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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.
Date Published 02/04/2021
TV Nutritionist Lily Soutter has created 15 nutritional kids’ meals for £15 with Aldi in time for the Easter holidays, as new research commissioned by the supermarket reveals a...
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
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.
Oldham College has been given the keys to its new £9million Construction Centre by Willmott Dixon – five weeks ahead of schedule.
Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon has announced he moving offices, to a more accessible location.
Date Published 31/03/2021
Gary Fairclough, a Transport Supervisor at Yodel’s Shaw centre in Oldham, is celebrating 40 years of service with the independent parcel carrier.
Date Published 30/03/2021
Ofsted inspectors who visited an Oldham secondary school found that leaders leave no stone unturned in their bid to continue the academy’s upward trajectory of progress.
More than 100,000 registered patients in Oldham have now received their first Coronavirus vaccination, including more than half of the borough’s adult population.
Date Published 29/03/2021
Major works to create a new access road to the new Saddleworth School will begin next month.
Emily Thornton was living the London high life, working her dream job in a West End theatre, with a buzzing social life and spending £700 on rent each month.
Oldham GP and national health campaigner Dr Zahid Chauhan OBE has implored employers to ease the pressure on sufferers of one of the world’s most currently misunderstood ailments...
NorthWestWorks4U, the virtual jobs fair taking place this April, has announced that more than 80 big-name employers have signed up to advertise roles for jobseekers across the...
With warm weather forecast and the lockdown restrictions easing, National Trust rangers are warning of an increased fire risk on Marsden Moor.
A Salvation Army support group is helping new dads in Oldham build confidence and find friendship during the pandemic.
A government decision to force Councils to again meet in public after May 6 while allowing Parliament to meet remotely represents double standards on the issue of public safety...
A Failsworth Councillor has hailed Andy Burnham’s decision to proceed with bus franchising as an opportunity to improve public transport links to Woodhouses village in her...
Manchester council has been urged to stop doing business with companies using ‘fire and hire’ policies and support trade unions amid ongoing protests in the city.
Oldham might appear a little busier from today (Monday) as two households or groups of up to six people are now able to meet outside again as the stay-at-home Covid restrictions...
Coronavirus testing in Oldham is undergoing a restructure this week to assist residents in gaining more wide-ranging access to sites.
The Age UK shop in Royton will be reopening on April 12 following its temporary closure due to coronavirus restrictions.
Date Published 28/03/2021
Francis House Children’s Hospice has turned their annual Easter fundraiser into an online activity with the launch of the Francis House ‘Virtual’ Great Didsbury Easter Chick Hunt.
More than 353,000 motorists were caught speeding in the North West last year, despite the UK advised to ‘stay at home’ for most of the year.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG), Facebook and the UK Intellectual Property Office’s Intelligence Hub are joining forces in another collaborative campaign, Operation CLOVER, to...
Date Published 27/03/2021
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