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Heartless vandals have damaged a new polytunnel in Royton Park just days after it was put in place.
Date Published 04/05/2021
A group of NHS workers have been clocking up the miles to raise funds for wellbeing projects at their hospital.
A second trial date has been announced by Oldham Athletic FC Academy staff for potential players and students to become part of the club’s exciting new football education...
Since lockdown began, demand for puppies has soared and families have welcomed the pitter patter of tiny paws into their homes.
Redrow has exchanged contracts on a new site in Cowlishaw, between Royton and Shaw, with plans to build more than 200 new homes and hopefully create almost 500 jobs.
Heroic nine-year-old Lyndhurst Primary School pupil Hannah Miah has walked a total of 40km in an effort to raise money towards the desperate plight of street children in...
A Greater Manchester Police officer who sustained a significant slash wound to his face after being attacked by protestors at Old Trafford is incredibly lucky not to have lost the...
Transition to Teach is currently recruiting for its 2021 programme beginning in September.
Date Published 02/05/2021
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has started sending out about 2.5 million annual renewals packs to tax credits customers.
Zara Larsson, Sigala, Annie Mac, Gabrielle, Katy B, Example and Eve will lead a stellar line up set to appear at this year’s MCR Pride Live on Saturday 28 and Sunday, August 29.
Northern is preparing to change its timetables to give people returning to rail travel more flexibility.
Date Published 01/05/2021
Debbie Abrahams, MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth, has opened applications for her eighth annual Working for your Community Summer School for 18-24-year-olds.
An independent candidate for Greater Manchester mayor has called for a ‘seismic change’ in local politics – including merging all local authorities into a single regional council.
As from today (Saturday, May 1), motorists will benefit from the introduction of a new label and innovative system to help them understand how well tyres perform, especially for...
Police in Greater Manchester are urging the public to think before dialling 999 for non-emergency matters and instead report online ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
Date Published 30/04/2021
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and The University of Manchester have partnered together to fund a series of thought-provoking interactive theatre performances and workshops led...
Residents can once again make a bit of extra money from their unwanted goods from Sunday week when Oldham’s Tommyfield Car Boot Sale makes its long-awaited return.
This week's Dr Kershaw's winners have been announced (April 30).
There is now less than than a week to go until voters across Greater Manchester have their say on who makes the important decisions that affect them and the places where they
The Dr Kershaw's Hospice charity shop in Oldham town centre has closed.
Date Published 29/04/2021
The government should give Greater Manchester’s mayor the power to introduce rent controls, according to several candidates vying for the role.
Leading energy, services and regeneration specialist, ENGIE, has announced the completion of the £4m Primrose Bank project which involved the construction of 19 eco-friendly,...
An entrepreneur who swapped life in a Bangladeshi village surrounded by paddy fields for a daily dose of division and bricks through the windows in 1980s Oldham, has now seen...
A dedicated community group – the Failsworth Litter Busters – have been left puzzled by Oldham Council’s request for them to ‘hold off’ carrying out their collections.
Researchers are inviting Oldham residents who have not yet been vaccinated to get involved in an important Covid-19 vaccine study that could add another effective option to the...
Mina Anwar, Darren Jeffries and Canadian actors Blythe Haynes and Ryan G Hinds are set to star in a cross-Atlantic collaboration of Caridad Svich’s An Acorn presented by Oldham...
Ambitions to create green walking routes in every Greater Manchester borough have been released to bring nature ‘closer to people’ after lockdown.
A total of 97 members of council staff across Greater Manchester’s 10 boroughs are being paid more than £100,000 a year.
Neighbourhoods in Oldham are set to bloom with wildflowers, thanks to local housing association, First Choice Homes Oldham (FCHO).
Brothers and sisters in Oldham are waiting now for families to adopt them.
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