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A young girl was taken to hospital following a collision on Isabella Street in Rochdale on Tuesday (17 April).
Date Published 20/04/2018
After a warm week in which we saw the hottest April day since 1949, the warm conditions are forecast to stretch into the weekend, albeit at not quite the same intensity.
The H Samuel store in Rochdale, Exchange Shopping Centre will be closing on 12 May 2018.
A plain clothes burglary operation ran in the Kingsway area from Tuesday 17 April to Friday 20 April late evening into the early hours.
Tariq Hussain, aged 34 of Livesy Street, Rochdale, was fined £600 and ordered to pay £1,999 compensation at Manchester Crown Court, having pleaded guilty to three charges of ...
Why does it take so long to sort housing benefit claims asks a local resident?
Rochdale Borough Council is considering compensating child sex abuse victims after it was criticised in a report for failing to protect vulnerable children.
Healthwatch Rochdale, an award-winning organisation has won the competitive tender to be recommissioned to provide the Healthwatch service for the people of the Rochdale Borough...
The South Pennines Fire Operations Group (FOG) has warned of the danger posed by wildfires, which can strike anywhere in the South Pennines, to endangered wildlife, farm...
A man who repeatedly stabbed his wife with a samurai sword in a fit of rage has been jailed.
Date Published 19/04/2018
Three fire engines attended the Wheatsheaf Centre Shopping Centre on Thursday (19 April).
A Rochdale man has set a new Guinness World Record for the tallest tortilla stack.
An investigation into illegal fly-tipping at the former Turner Brothers Asbestos site is still being undertaken, nearly two years after it began!
The Homelet Rental Index has revealed rental prices across the UK have shown a modest rise in the first quarter of 2018.
With a heatwave hitting this week, fire chiefs are asking people to stay safe around water.
A new initiative is being launched in Greater Manchester to fight food poverty across the region.
A heartbroken family who told of how they watched their daughter die after battling a devastating disease will be featured in an upcoming documentary about the disorder.
Independent charity Crimestoppers and the Electoral Commission are urging the public to protect their right to vote by reporting any cases of electoral fraud.
A man has been charged after running across the football pitch during Tuesday’s (17 April) game between Rochdale and Oldham.
Date Published 18/04/2018
Detectives investigating the discovery of the body of a baby girl in Heywood have named her Pearl.
The local Conservative party says that the public needs 'reassuring that money is being spent fairly'.
Around 12% of people in Britain are at risk from a silent killer called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
Patients at five hospitals in Greater Manchester are being encouraged and supported to get out of bed, put on some clothes and become active in order to aid their recovery time...
The Royal Oldham hospital has joined the National Bereavement Care Pathway.
Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking has called on Transport for the North, the sub-national transport body which brings together the North’s 19 local transport...
Residents of the borough have responded to the threat made by the leader of the council, Councillor Allen Brett, to deprive an area of Rochdale of council money if Labour does not...
Date Published 17/04/2018
Councillor Ashley Dearnley, leader of the Conservative party, has branded recent comments by the leader of the council as 'a serious threat to democracy'.
There will be Monday - Friday overnight (10.00pm-5.00am) closures on the M60 and M62 during the next three weeks.
Area: Middleton, to temporarily prohibit vehicles for Middleton St George’s Day Parade, 2pm-4.30pm, Sunday, 22 April 2018.
A 49-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene following a three vehicle collision on the M60 motorway of between junctions 18 and 19.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) report into failings in Rochdale institutions between 1960 and 1996 is to be considered by the council ahead of a formal...
Police are appealing for the public’s help to find the next of kin of a man from Middleton.
Thieves have stolen confectionery after a break in on Fieldhouse Industrial Estate, Rochdale.
Tony Lloyd, MP for Rochdale, on Tuesday (17 April), signed a pledge to promote healthcare policy preventing sudden cardiac deaths among young people.
Last week’s news of Shop Direct’s planned relocation and anticipated redundancies is a bombshell for hundreds of employees working in Shaw, Little Hulton and Chadderton. We can...
Eating several servings of nuts every week may help lower the risk of developing the heart rhythm irregularity, atrial fibrillation, also known as heart flutter, finds research...
Council leader Allen Brett has been accused of breaking the ‘Code of Conduct for Councillors’ after he was recorded threatening to deprive an area of Rochdale of council money if...
Date Published 16/04/2018
A man who abused young girls throughout the 90s whilst living in Rochdale has been jailed after pleading guilty to a catalogue of sex offences.
The Rochdale Interchange has been shortlisted as one of five in Greater Manchester for the BBC’s People’s Choice Building of the Decade competition.
Pub operator JD Wetherspoon has closed its Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts for its individual pubs and head office.
Hundreds of shoppers headed to the Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre during the Easter holidays to enjoy children’s favourite movies at its pop-up cinema.
Solicitor Richard Scorer, who represented victims at the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), has called for Rochdale Council’s “toxic” political leadership to be...
Police are searching for the next-of-kin of a man from Rochdale who has died.
Simon Andrew Johnson, 50, died at his home address on Monday 9 April 2018.
Tony Lloyd, MP for Rochdale, met with older people from across the country at an event in parliament organised by the charity Age UK.
A recent pay offer of between 11-13% to hospital cleaners should mark the beginning of a concerted campaign to value the cleaning profession – claims a charity chief.
A spectacular Rochdale Wedding Show saw brides and grooms to be, and their friends and families, flocking to the Town Hall for the ultimate wedding shopping experience on Sunday...
Date Published 15/04/2018
Six Rochdale Council executives received salaries topping £100,000 and a seventh came close!
Date Published 14/04/2018
The Village Medical Centre in Littleborough has a good standard of care for patients, with wheelchair access and clean toilet facilities available, says Healthwatch Rochdale...
A third planning application has been submitted for a house in multiple occupation (HMO) in Middleton – despite two prior refusals.
This week the long awaited findings from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse were published, which has been a big pre-occupation as a major event.
A Rochdale man has been jailed with three others after a £1.6million fraud operation on Black Friday.
Date Published 13/04/2018
Councillor Allen Brett, the leader of Rochdale Borough Council, has apologised to the victims of child sexual abuse following publication of the Independent Inquiry into Child...
A woman who was killed in Castleton has been named as 63-year-old Margaret Howlett
Martin Digan, whistleblower of the abuse at Knowl View residential school, has spoken out about the long-awaited conclusions of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse...
The Independent Inquiry that was done was really deserved for the best part of a quarter of a century since Knowl View closed. The victims have had to wait for proper recognition...
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