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A primary school pupil had his hair shaved off to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support and 15-year-old Millie O’Shea, who is fighting cancer.
Date Published 29/05/2019
Mariano Bagaglia died on 11th April in hospital in Italy, aged 82, after a short period of illness.
Date Published 28/05/2019
Greater Manchester will be reimbursed the costs of tackling last summer’s moorland blazes.
Andy Burnham said government had agreed ‘in principle’ almost a year on although...
For those who raced on Sunday (26 May), conditions were exciting and a few capsizes added to the drama.
Strong westerly gusts hit the Lake. Steve Crook and Sally Townend mastered...
Asking a bride to bring forward her wedding plans so her groom could play rugby would not usually be the ideal start to married life, but for Phyl and Tony Pratt, it’s just one...
Cadent’s gas emergency service is reaching potentially life-threatening incidents up to 50 per cent faster by deploying a motorbike in peak traffic hours.
Inspector Robert MacGregor, of the Rochdale East Neighbourhood Policing Team, on what the police are doing to tackle local issues across the borough.
Controversial plans to regenerate part of Rochdale town centre – which include demolishing four of the Seven Sisters tower blocks – have taken a significant step forward.
Global retail giant H&M will be coming to Rochdale for the first time after a deal was struck to bring it to Rochdale’s new £80m retail and leisure development, Rochdale
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
The borough of Rochdale backed the Brexit Party in the European Parliament elections, with more than 15,000 people voting for the newly formed party.
Name the peregrine falcon chick competition asks residents to come up with some names for the three falcon chicks living at the top of the Rochdale Town Hall.
Mayfield welcomed St Helens side Thatto Heath to Rochdale on Saturday, a side they pushed close to early in the season during both club’s great cup run.
A pioneering project which helps children cope with traumatic court proceedings has been recognised for its exceptional contribution to nation’s health and wellbeing.
Rochdale-born Home Secretary Sajid Javid has become the latest MP to run for leadership of the Conservative party.
Retail sales in the year to May fell at the fastest pace since October 2017, according to the latest quarterly Distributive Trades Survey by the Confederation of British Industry...
A Rochdale shop worker who was underpaid has won a tribunal against his employer.
Supermarket giant Tesco has revealed the amount of food going to waste in its stores has fallen by 17% in the last year.
As part of the UK’s 25th anniversary celebrations of Heritage Open Days, Rochdale’s Time Machine event will bring the past, present and future to life at Rochdale Exchange with...
Date Published 27/05/2019
Greater Manchester leaders have unveiled the city-region’s first ever culture strategy: 'Grown in Greater Manchester. Known Around The World'.
There are 37 million cars registered in the UK and four million motorists admit to putting road safety in the back seat by not respecting the road in the way we should.
Local cafés, restaurants, pubs, takeaways, nurseries, schools and retailers across the Rochdale borough have been awarded the maximum five-stars for food hygiene, following the...
This was the frightening view which faced many drivers as they made their way along the M62 in the early hours of Saturday 25 May.
A cloned tractor unit, towing a stolen...
Date Published 26/05/2019
A ban on plastic straws, drinks stirrers, and plastic-stemmed cotton buds in England has today (Wednesday 22 May) been confirmed by the government, following overwhelming public...
With warmer weather comes the inevitable buzz of spring and summer: the bumblebee. Currently, there are 24 species of bumblebee in the UK, just one species of honeybee, and over...
Local MP Liz McInnes and Councillor Ray Dutton visited St Margaret's C.E. Primary School in Heywood on Friday (17 May) to donate books for their new school library.
St Andrew's Church, Dearnley raised more than £500 for church funds by holding a Colours Fashion Show on Saturday 18 May, attended by nearly 100 fashion-conscious women.
Attracting birds to your garden is easy says the The Wildlife Trusts: supplement naturally available food with bird food, and watch them flock in.
Wellfield Health Centre on Oldham Road held a 'dementia friends' event on Thursday (23 May) to mark Dementia Action Week 2019.
Date Published 25/05/2019
Competitive cycling proved a huge hit with students from Year 8 at Whitworth Community High School on a trip to Manchester’s Velodrome.
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