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A man died following a serious collision in Clayton.
Date Published 06/04/2021
A blind England international footballer is looking to educate thousands around the world about disability through his ground-breaking business.
A paedophile has been sentenced to over two years in prison after being found guilty of over 50 child sex offences.
Councillor Howard Sykes MBE, Leader of the Opposition on Oldham Council and Liberal Democrat candidate for Shaw in the forthcoming local election, is giving his backing to a...
Local lady the Rev Anne Gilbert is the new vicar of Rochdale.
The NHS in the North West has vaccinated more than 3.6 million people against Covid-19, with the number receiving their second dose reaching a new weekly high.
Eight members of the Oldham Mountain Rescue Team were involved in a hillside drama on Saturday after an alert from the North West Ambulance Service.
The Mahdlo Youth Zone is calling on the Oldham community to stand with them and join in celebrating the life and legacy of Captain Sir Tom Moore by taking part in the Captain Tom...
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) is urging residents to use balconies safely and to never BBQ on balconies after two fires already during the recent warm
Date Published 05/04/2021
Oldham had the highest number of young people that took part in last year’s ‘Make Your Mark’ consultation.
Third Eye Events, a start-up events company created by four event management students at Manchester Metropolitan University, are working in partnership with Tameside, Oldham and...
The Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust turned 10 this week.
Date Published 04/04/2021
Details of a programme to upgrade the North West’s oldest gas mains – some of which were installed over 100 years ago – have been published, as the region’s gas network gets ready...
Date Published 03/04/2021
Manchester United Foundation, Manchester United FC and FareShare Greater Manchester have continued their partnership to support thousands of families ahead of the Easter holidays.
Date Published 02/04/2021
Rochdale’s newly-launched e-Scooter trial should be brought to a halt, according to a charity which campaigns on behalf of blind and visually-impaired people.
Hundreds of books, Easter eggs and hampers have been donated to poorly children at the Royal Oldham Hospital thanks to support from the local community.
Following on from last year's catastrophic scenes of litter on the North West's beaches following the easing of lock down restrictions, a regional environment group is calling on...
Neighbouring fire and rescue services from the north west of England are once again joining forces to help prevent wildfires in their areas.
This week's Dr Kershaw's winners have been announced (April 2).
Oldham Coliseum Theatre has received a grant of £56,600 from the second round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
Proposals to knock down a disused church in Oldham and replace it with a new housing estate have been given the green light.
Date Published 01/04/2021
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man stole a quantity of money from a bank in Middleton.
The Covid-19 pandemic has seen a massive increase in the number of people in Oldham West and Royton seeking support from their Member of Parliament, Jim McMahon.
Two teenagers have been charged following an assault on a 16-year-old in an Ashton park which took place shortly before Christmas.
Any northerner worth his salt will fiercely defend his social status in any north-south divide discussions.
New analysis by Cllr Mohon Ali, Oldham's Deputy Cabinet Member for Economy and Skills, appears to indicate the extent to which jobs have been shifted from Greater Manchester and...
A hospital chief executive has urged caution as Covid rules are relaxed.
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a collision in Newton Heath yesterday (Wednesday).
Four men have been charged after over 700 suspected cannabis plants were discovered this week.
Covid-19 infection rates have risen slightly in parts of Greater Manchester as concerns remain over the slowing rate of declining cases and a low level of vaccine uptake.
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