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The impact of fraud can be both financially and emotionally devastating.
Date Published 07/11/2020
Debbie Abrahams, the MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth, is calling for people to pay their own tribute on their doorsteps on Remembrance Sunday, at 11am, for the two minutes...
Date Published 06/11/2020
A talented young dancer from Chadderton is celebrating being awarded a place as a Junior Associate of the prestigious Royal Ballet School in London.
Did you witness Wednesday's burglary in Delph?
After taking a summer break, largely due to the coronavirus pandemic taking hold, the fantastic, glossy 40-page quarterly Oldham Chronicle Magazine is back and out on the streets...
Oldham’s resolute Mayor Councillor Ginny Alexander has donated £500 to each of the six local Royal British Legion branches to help them support all their members of the British...
Firefighters from across Greater Manchester attended just over 200 incidents to help protect communities across the city-region on Bonfire Night this year.
Meet Jean Sykes, who proudly celebrates her 100th birthday today.
A tragic incident in Moston is inspiring change on a dangerous road.
A man has been arrested after a teenager was stabbed to death in Moston.
The Peak District National Park Foundation has been awarded more than £1,200 from the Co-op Local Community Fund to pay for supported walks for people with long-term poor health.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace the next of a kin of a man from Manchester.
Police investigating the death of a man following reports of a burglary in Heywood have arrested four men.
Nine apprentices kick-started their careers in construction and engineering in 2019/20, thanks to First Choice Homes Oldham’s (FCHO) partners.
The first of 27 new Metrolink trams is set to arrive next week, boosting capacity on the network and providing more space for social distancing.
Remembering their own disadvantaged pasts in Bangladesh, plus support for Marcus Rashford's goal of tackling child poverty, has inspired a community group to provide 750 free...
A woman from Ashton has been jailed for four years after she stabbed a man in the thigh.
Businesses which have been legally required to close as a result of local or national restrictions can now apply for a business grant.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service sent a fire engine from Oldham to a vehicle fire at Brun Clough Reservoir in Saddleworth.
Older people in Oldham are being supported during the Coronavirus pandemic by an innovative partnership project.
Date Published 05/11/2020
Earlier this week (Tuesday 3rd) Oldham West and Royton MP, Jim McMahon, hosted three virtual Parliament Week events with young people from across Oldham.
Oldham council announced the purchase of the Spindles Town Square Shopping Centre and the proposed relocation of Tommyfield Market into the complex last month.
Councillors were presented with an update on the progress of an investigation into allegations of child sexual exploitation in Oldham during a heated town hall meeting.
The impact of coronavirus on Oldham schools has been laid bare as leaders reveal that on any given day more than 4,000 pupils are having to self-isolate.
A "substantial" amount of cash is understood to have been stolen in a robbery at the Co-op store Delph last night.
Another coronavirus lockdown has begun in England today (5th November).
‘Neverending’ Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions in Greater Manchester could have a damaging and potentially ‘lifelong’ impact on people’s mental health.
Even for the second lockdown comes into effect on Thursday (5th November) its impact is already being felt in Oldham with one of the town’s flagship venues announcing it will not...
Date Published 04/11/2020
Greater Manchester leaders are expecting the latest national lockdown to last longer than expected and remain skeptical about the effect it will have on rising Covid-19 cases.
As Oldham prepares to commemorate Remembrance Sunday a little differently this year, Oldham Council has marked its roads with poppies as a small gesture to those who have given...
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