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A new climate-conscious ‘eco centre’ will replace a dilapidated council depot after councillors unanimously backed the plans.
Date Published 22/05/2020
Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon has urged reflection once again on the day of the third anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing.
This week's Dr Kershaw's winners have been announced (May 22).
A new bike hire scheme is coming to Greater Manchester next year – and leaders say lessons have been learned from the unsuccessful Mobike rollout.
Residents of Greater Manchester are being advised to help keep themselves, transport staff and others safe by only travelling when necessary; cycling, walking or driving as their...
Government measures to help businesses survive the pandemic have been welcomed by an Oldham insolvency expert.
The Dr Kershaw’s Virtual Quiz is set to return, by popular demand, on Friday, June 5 at 7:30pm via the Hospice’s Facebook page.
Royton-born mother of two Wendy Muldowney has lived in one of Oldhamers' favourite holiday hot spots for more than 20 years.
Today (Friday May 22, 2020) marks the third year anniversary of the atrocity that took place at the Manchester Arena back in May 2017.
Carolyn Wilkins, Chief Executive of Oldham Council has thanked the borough's teachers in a video posted this morning.
Date Published 20/05/2020
The Liberal Democrats are calling on the Government to ramp up mental health support for health and care staff in Oldham to ensure 'world-class' support for those tackling the...
Levels of poverty amongst children in the North West have risen by 4.5% since 2014, going from 18.5% to 23%, new figures show.
The Oldham Academy North continues to be a ‘good’ school following its Ofsted inspection of March 10 and 11 this year.
Date Published 19/05/2020
Marie Curie’s famous Blooming Great Tea Party is going virtual this year and the charity needs tea party hosts more than ever before to make up for the devastating effect the...
Oldham volunteer Raabia Hussain has spoken of the challenges she has faced in growing up deaf, and why she decided to travel to Kenya in a bid to help change perceptions and drive...
National BBQ Week, one of the year’s most loved celebration dates, is back for its 24th year with a change in focus, launching 'Barbi for Britain' to raise much-needed funds for...
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, which provides mental health and learning disability services across Oldham, says it has been overwhelmed by gifts, kind-hearted donations and...
A Saddleworth village has sounded a resounding clarion call to keep the spirit of the community’s legendary Whit Friday showpiece alive.
Little Eva Hewitt turned her first tentative steps as a runner into an amazing marathon mission and raised more than £1,700 for NHS charities.
Oldham‘s heroes of the hills have urged caution when visiting the countryside.
The rapping teacher who became an internet sensation after he used his rapping skills to read his daughter The Gruffalo, is now bringing a series of educational content to...
A member of Greater Manchester Police (GMP) staff, Sunita Ladha, has been nominated for an Inspire Women Award.
Date Published 18/05/2020
This host of golden daffodils is a tribute to the hard work by a dedicated group of volunteers from the Uppermill Community Action Network Project Days.
As Mental Health Awareness Week begins, Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham is backing a new initiative to raise awareness of the support available for mental health and...
Kind-hearted nine-year-old Beal Vale School pupil Joseph Thompson has braved the hair shave, and raised well over £400 for the Oldham Foodbank.
A group of former homeless people from the charity Emmaus Mossley are celebrating the value of community kindness as part of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
Britain could be on the verge of a cycle-to-work craze.
Generous-spirited villagers opened their hearts and their wallets to create a mini mountain of goodness in a push for donations to Oldham’s Foodbank.
Oldham East and Saddleworth MP Debbie Abrahams has said that care workers deserve to be clapped each week, but that alone is not enough as they also deserve fair pay and proper...
NHS Blood and Transplant is appealing people in Oldham to offer to donate plasma if they have recovered from COVID-19, following a positive test or illness with the symptoms.
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