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Town hall bosses have slammed the actions of ‘selfish individuals’ after a massive 17 tons of waste was dumped on an Oldham road.
Date Published 19/11/2020
A research programme which called on people from Oldham and the surrounding area to take part in trying to find a cure for Covid-19 has kicked off in impressive fashion according...
Oldham Coliseum’s campaign to secure its future has been given a major boost after former Coronation Street actor and star of their 2019 panto threw his weight behind their
A major renovation project at Oldham College has taken another step forward with two buildings deemed ‘obsolete’ being removed from the campus.
Just when you thought Supermarkets couldn’t think of anything else they could sprinkle the Christmas dust over, well now it’s the turn of the humble donut for the festive...
The latest knife crime prevention campaign from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) has seen 170 knives recovered and 82 people arrested during a week-long initiative.
Andy Burnham has warned against the introduction of ‘permanent’ coronavirus restrictions once the national lockdown ends.
A special court could be convened in Greater Manchester to deal with hundreds of unpaid coronavirus lockdown fines before Christmas.
Date Published 18/11/2020
Greater Manchester Police Detectives have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to following a robbery in Oldham.
Council bosses have agreed to sell a former school site in Oldham to a developer who could build up to 150 new homes on the land.
A pupil referral unit in Oldham is to be expanded to take in extra children who have been permanently excluded from mainstream schools.
A new partnership between Oldham’s Enterprise Trust (OET) and The Prince’s Trust has been announced in order to support the town’s young entrepreneurs. The Prince’s Trust has...
The leader of Oldham Council has taken to social media to bite back at those seeking more action from the local authority when it comes to clearing the town’s streets of dog dirt.
A 68-year-old writer who lives on the Mossley/Saddleworth border made the shortlist for the King Lear Prizes, a new national arts competition launched in March 2020 to encourage...
The Leader of the Opposition, Councillor Howard Sykes MBE, has welcomed the recent announcement that Oldham will be one of 67 new areas to follow Liverpool as locations for mass...
Homelessness charity, Emmaus Mossley, has been selected to benefit from the latest round of the Co-op Local Community Fund.
Two security marshals were involved in separate dramatic incidents at one of Saddleworth’s most popular and controversial beauty spots at the weekend.
Oldham Coliseum Theatre have created a new kind of panto magic for 2020.
Date Published 17/11/2020
Oldham Council’s Safeguarding team has teamed up with CIC Made by Mortals to launch a podcast and series of interactive online workshops, which help them learn more about...
The scourge of dog fouling is blighting the lives of many south Chadderton residents, and they are seeking more action to combat the issue from Oldham council and local...
Date Published 16/11/2020
Oldham’s market traders are supporting customers throughout the national restrictions with stalls selling essential goods still open and others offering click and collect and...
The Oldham Street Angels have been getting a helping hand with freshly cooked meals for the vulnerable courtesy of the Revolve Café at Oldham Leisure Centre.
A quiet, dedicated community champion has been praised as a “little hero” in his inspirational effort to support the homeless and needy.
Healthwatch Oldham is launching the inaugural People’s Choice Awards to celebrate the hard work that people throughout all health and social care services deliver to the people of...
Werneth has seen the highest number of coronavirus infections in Oldham but cases are continuing to fall dramatically in the former hotspot Alexandra Park.
Liberal Democrat councillors have responded to a government consultation on pavement parking by asking for new powers to be granted to councils to tackle nuisance parking.
The first of 27 new Metrolink trams has arrived in Manchester after an epic 1,800km journey across Europe.
Ashton and Failsworth MP Angela Rayner has called for an urgent inquiry into whether lobbyists employed by the government during the Covid response unfairly benefited from...
A man from Lincoln has been charged in connection with the death of a man in Heywood.
Three local rotary clubs have collectively put their best feet forward to collect shoes for a worthy charity.
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