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The Greenfield Autumn Leaves Brass Band Contest is to invite bands from Tameside.
Date Published 14/05/2021
Pupils at the Greenacres Primary Academy have been busy learning about sustainability this week as they have taken part in numerous exciting and thought-provoking activities.
Over 150 power tools have been recovered in Rochdale, following a series of raids.
In the days ahead of Dementia Action Week (May 17-23) Oldham East and Saddleworth MP, and leading dementia awareness campaigner, Debbie Abrahams, is backing the Alzheimer’s...
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace family of a man from Oldham.
To celebrate Foster Care Fortnight, Oldham Council’s fostering community have come together to share #WhyWeCare
An Oldham woman, who used more than 60,000 ‘diamonds’ to create a picture showing superheroes bowing to doctors, has donated the artwork to The Royal Oldham Hospital to thank the...
Date Published 13/05/2021
The NHS Covid vaccination programme has now opened to people 38 and over.
First Choice Homes Oldham (FCHO) has successfully secured a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to create a digital history of the neighbourhood where the iconic Oldham tower...
A group of eco-conscious youngsters from an Oldham primary school who sent a letter to the Prime Minister were overwhelmed when they received a response.
A fostering organisation is encouraging more Oldham people to think about offering safe and loving homes to vulnerable children and young people.
Real-life stories of healthcare workers are explored in Dare to Know Theatre’s digital verbatim play A Broken Family, Together.
Police officers are appealing for information following a 'terrifying' robbery in Middleton yesterday (Tuesday).
Date Published 12/05/2021
Last week, forces across the country came together for a week of intense action to help tackle knife crime.
Arooj Shah says the town of Oldham and its people remain her top priority as she gears up for her ‘historic’ appointment as the town’s council leader.
The original bingo brand Mecca is bringing bingo back in England, Scotland and Wales and will re-open its clubs to customers on Monday (May 17) – promising to do so with even more...
An amusement arcade could move into a former bank under proposals for a reshuffle in Middleton town centre.
A former Catholic church in Oldham is to be demolished under plans approved by the town hall.
A family have paid tribute to their "loving son and loyal brother" who died following a collision in Stalybridge on Sunday (May 9).
Oldham’s newest family climbing centre is now due to open August, 2021.
Mahdlo Youth Zone is calling on young people from across the borough to 'get creative' and enter a competition aimed at coming up with the winning design that will be brought to...
Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon has welcomed the news that Councillor Arooj Shah has been elected as the new leader of Oldham’s Labour Group and therefore set to be...
Newly re-elected Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham wants Baroness Beverley Hughes to continue in her role as the region’s deputy mayor.
The Tesco Extra store in Failsworth is celebrating the impact it has made in the local community, having provided 59,747 meals worth of surplus food to local groups since it...
Green Party campaigners in Saddleworth are urging the council, businesses and individuals to make more use of reusable face masks after a huge increase of single-use face masks...
Primary school applications are much lower in Oldham this year – and Oldham Council is urging parents and carers with school age eligible children to make their application if...
In celebration of International Nurses Day today (May 12), a mental health and learning disabilities NHS Trust has turned an iconic image of Florence Nightingale, the founder of...
Oldham East and Saddleworth MP Debbie Abrahams has renewed her call for an independent public inquiry to address the deaths of people claiming social security.
Double yellow lines introduced to tackle problem parking around Dovestone Reservoir are to be made permanent.
The family of a mother who died in Shaw just over a week ago have paid tribute to her.
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