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Highfield Manor Care Home in Heywood has made some positive changes to the home following recommendations made by Healthwatch Rochdale after an Enter and View visit.
Date Published 24/07/2019
This year’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) North West In Bloom competition came to Rochdale on Monday (22 July 2019) to judge the visual presentation and efforts of Rochdale In...
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
Offices and workplaces across Rochdale are competing to become Springhill Hospice’s first ever Corporate Challenge Champions.
With temperatures expected to rise well above 30°C across the country this week, St John Ambulance is sharing some simple, but life-saving first aid tips to help keep communities...
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has this week announced a new legal duty on public bodies to prevent and tackle serious violence.
Hopwood Hall College is supporting next month’s Rochdale Feel Good Festival by sponsoring the Family Zone at the summer festival for the first time.
Early morning raids saw eight people arrested as officers executed search warrants in Bury, Ashton, Heywood and Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Jewellery and sentimental items found in the Rochdale canal by a magnet fisher have been reunited with their rightful owner in Halifax, months after they were stolen.
Following a Met Office prediction of a heatwave across much of the UK this week, Highways England is offering advice to drivers on how to prepare.
Staff from The Foot Clinic in Middleton have raised £1,725 for a Kenyan primary school after completing the National Three Peaks climb between Saturday 20 July and Sunday 21 July.
The north west is the most likely region in the UK to search for information to identify online scams, new data released this week shows.
A local resident has complained about fridges being ‘dumped’ by Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) outside the garages on College Bank.
Two brothers from Rochdale earned podium positions and medals at the 2019 BJJ Junior World Championships in Wolverhampton on Sunday 21 July.
79 runners participated in the 100th junior parkrun at Queen’s Park in Heywood on Saturday 14 July.
Memorials are being organised in Worcestershire and Cambridgeshire to commemorate separate fatal aircrashes which involved two Rochdale men.
Date Published 23/07/2019
A ground-breaking programme to support the mental health of children and young people in schools and colleges in Greater Manchester is to be doubled in size.
A noisy protest outside the Greater Manchester Pension Fund (GMPF) offices on Friday (19 July) called for the Pension Fund to respond to the climate emergency by divesting from...
Radical reformer and writer, Samuel Bamford, is beyond doubt Middleton’s most famous ‘forgotten’ son, having inspired a call for an end to poverty and the beginning of democracy;...
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham has committed to introducing a Music Board for the region following the recommendations of UK Music’s Greater Manchester Music Review 2019.
The annual Rushbearing Festival paraded through Littleborough on Saturday and Sunday (20 and 21 July).
Children and young adults of Littleborough and the wider villages took part in Littleborough Rugby Club’s annual taster day at Rakewood on Sunday.
National business representor, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) is urging the new Prime Minister to set a pro-enterprise path for the UK and to change the progress of...
Workplace expert, Acas, has offered some top tips to help employers manage workplace challenges due to the hot weather.
A family fun day at D&W Cars in Castleton has raised over £500 towards building a maternity hospital in Ghana.
Despite a battling performance, Rochdale Hornets Women were beaten by Wigan St Patricks on Sunday (21 July) at Rochdale Mayfield ARLFC.
The premiere screening of Crossing the Line, part of M6 Theatre’s film trilogy for young people, took place at Rochdale’s Odeon Cinema last week.
Brimrod, Parkfield and Boarshaw Community Primary Schools are celebrating cash prizes as students take on the recycling challenge.
Scattered thunderstorms moving north tonight (Tuesday 23 July) and early Wednesday could lead to some power cuts and travel delays.
Vehicle operators and drivers of goods vehicles are being reminded of the importance of transporting dangerous goods safely and load security ahead of a week-long national...
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