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As part of its ongoing commitment to tackling discrimination, Oldham Council has agreed to officially adopt the definition of Islamophobia, as set out by the All-Party...
Date Published 27/03/2021
Pregnant women across Greater Manchester are benefiting from a quick, accurate blood test to spot pre-eclampsia, a condition which can lead to serious complications if not...
The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group’s (NCA) Equality and Diversity team and its Freedom to Speak Up team have both been recognised in a highly prestigious national healthcare...
Bosses say more controversial green belt sites in Oldham have been saved from development under the new ‘plan of nine’ development masterplan for the region.
Four District Special Constables, led by Special Sergeant Simpson and Special Inspector Saville, have been providing invaluable support to the Oldham District Neighbourhood...
Date Published 26/03/2021
Darren Mitzi, from Darren Michael Hairdressing in Oldham, is celebrating after the Good Salon Guide recognised his business as a five-star Hair Salon.
Thirteen-year-old fundraiser Keira Arnold has already been fundraising for Dr Kershaw’s Hospice for over four years now.
This week's Dr Kershaw's winners have been announced (March 26).
The news from Wednesday night’s Borough Council meeting that the Green Belt area of Chew Valley and Dovestone is no longer included in the land needed for the re-development of...
First Choice Homes Oldham (FCHO) and Oldham Council have been awarded government funding to create ten homes for rough sleepers who have been helped off the street during the...
Five Failsworth Councillors have issued a plea to the Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) to respect Failsworth’s identity as a town in its own right in the...
Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon has welcomed Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham’s decision on bus franchising in Greater Manchester.
Oldham's GPs have urged everyone in the town to get themselves vaccinated as it was revealed that close to 100,000 people have now been given the jab across the borough.
Survivors of domestic abuse joined representatives from organisations across Oldham at a round-table event, to discuss how domestic violence can be tackled better across the...
Saddleworth has been named among one of the eight 'Best Places to Live' in the Northwest of England.
Date Published 25/03/2021
A new campaign to help young people in Greater Manchester stay clear of violence and achieve their future has been launched this week by the city-region’s Violence Reduction Unit...
The Oldham Camera Club and South Manchester Camera Club went head to head in a photographic competition which ended in a draw.
Date Published 24/03/2021
There was drama on the hills above Delph yesterday afternoon (Tuesday) when Oldham Mountain Rescue Team turned out in force after a request from the North West Ambulance Service...
Alexandra Park Junior School in Oldham has been honoured with an award recognising their hard work in stamping out bullying.
Oldham Community Leisure (OCL) has launched its new outdoor class timetable from March 29, which includes outside Spinning, Zumba and Bootcamp.
Oldham residents have been reminded to reach out for urgent support if they are in any difficulty.
Messages of sympathy have flooded in from across the globe following the recent death of hugely popular and well-respected former football coach Kevyn Gibbons.
Chief Constable Stephen Watson has been named as the preferred candidate for the role of Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
Around £41m could be spent unlocking the development of more than 2,700 potential homes – including affordable housing – on brownfield sites across Greater Manchester.
Leading housebuilder Persimmon Homes has pledged a £1,000 donation towards the work of an Oldham woman who reaches out to people in difficulty through cards and gift packages.
A little girl from Manchester who refused to speak to adults after the pandemic began is just one child affected by an ‘intensifying emotional health crisis’ faced by youngsters...
Oldham Council is looking for the names of soldiers who are connected to Oldham during World War Two but whose names have been missed off the Municipal War memorials.
Data released by the House of Commons Library shows there were 3,260 more people claiming unemployment support in February 2021 across the Oldham East and Saddleworth constituency...
Tenants and landlords struggling with the impact of Covid-19 are at risk of falling into a ‘rapid and severe crisis’ unless councils intervene, Greater Manchester leaders have...
Oldham College learners have been taking their cue from a star-studded line-up of industry professionals – despite learning remotely.
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