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May 2020 has been one of the sunniest on record for Greater Manchester, according to figures from the Met Office.
Date Published 05/06/2020
Heywood and Middleton MP, Chris Clarkson dedicated his maiden speech in the House of Commons to those frontline heroes rising to the challenges of coronavirus as they “embody the...
A Rochdale man is wanted by police for a breach of suspended sentence which was for a burglary.
From Monday 15 June, it will be mandatory for commuters to wear face coverings when using public transport in England, the Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.
Nearly 30 Rochdale businesses carried on trading after being forbidden by lockdown rules.
Regulations which came into force almost three months ago banned cafes, pubs and...
Former chairman of Rochdale AFC, Chris Dunphy and former director William Goodwin have sold their shareholdings in Rochdale AFC to Americans Dan Altman and Emre Marcelli.
The odd and even number plate system at local tips will be stopped from Saturday (6 June), but you still need to take proof of address.
More of the recycling centre points have...
Three creative Littleborough siblings have created a ‘rock snake’ in Hare Hill Park – with the length growing day by day – to spread joy during lockdown.
Date Published 04/06/2020
Barbecues on open moorland should be banned by law, the Mayor of Greater Manchester has said as the fire service is strained by serious blazes.
Both Rochdale branches of McDonalds reopened their Drive-Thru services yesterday (Wednesday 3 June), and you can now order McDelivery from the Middleton chain.
First Manchester is launching an update to its mobile app that will enable customers across the region to live track the location of their next bus and its available capacity, to...
Greater Manchester leaders have pledged to build ‘stronger dialogue’ with local black communities in the wake of the ‘callous murder’ of George Floyd.
Town halls will light up in...
Lockdown has ‘pretty much ended’ in the eyes of criminals in light of ‘significantly weakened’ social distancing guidelines, says Greater Manchester’s deputy mayor.
Local social enterprise Beyond Psychology has launched a new online portal subscription service to provide even more support for people.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man from Rochdale who is wanted on recall to prison.
Date Published 03/06/2020
Local cyclist, Daniel Taylor has announced his intention to ‘climb Everest’ with an endurance event that will raise vital funds for Springhill Hospice.
For the last 10 weeks, residents of Derwent Avenue in Heywood have been coming together every Thursday evening at 8pm to applaud our NHS and keyworkers.
The three grand finalists for Rochdale’s Got Talent have been revealed, with each submitting a new video in the hopes of being crowned the contest’s winner.
A little boy from Whitworth has been spreading his own bit of sunshine in the town, by giving away free sunflowers.
A local businessman has run seven marathons in seven days in memory of his best friend who took his own life.
Proposals are being drawn up to ensure that the Rochdale borough’s town centres are safe and welcoming as lockdown eases.
Police are appealing for the public's help in identifying an armed robber who threatened staff at a garage in Middleton and shot a bullet into the ceiling.
Rochdale Training is looking to recruit a number of apprentices for Rochdale Borough Council.
Starting in September 2020, apprentices will learn with other council apprentices in...
The leader of Rochdale Council has urged the home secretary to set out her plans for deporting three convicted grooming gang members.
Date Published 02/06/2020
Rochdale Borough Council leader Allen Brett has reminded residents who may be struggling to pay their council tax that help is available. At a cabinet meeting this week it was...
Rochdale’s weekly music at lunchtime concerts, Toad Lane Concerts has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive...
A swan’s nest at Rhodes Lodges in Middleton has been destroyed, its unhatched eggs heartlessly crushed with a block of stone.
A Bamford beauty salon owner forced to shut because of coronavirus restrictions is embracing new opportunities, despite Covid-19 challenges.
The government failed to arm BAME communities with ‘adequate information’ about the higher risk they face from coronavirus, an Asian councillor has told an inquiry.
A 38-year-old Rochdale man has been charged with driving offences following a collision in Warrington.
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