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Aaron Wilbraham has signed a new one-year contract with Rochdale Football Club.
Date Published 01/07/2019
The peregrine falcon which was found injured in Broadfield Park last week has sadly died.
‘Rochdale’s Got Science’ talent show will be taking place on Sunday 25 August 2019, and the organisers are searching for local scientists, or people interested in science, to take...
Julia Heap, Principal & CEO of Hopwood Hall College has joined with other Colleges in a national push for the government to act on the recently published Augar Review.
Stamford House Rest Home held their monthly friendship morning with children from Mandi's Childminding and Patricia's Childminding joining the residents for a gingerbread man...
Date Published 30/06/2019
Revilo Homes treated mother-of-two Jenny Neaverson to a special horse-racing themed event hosted at Nutters restaurant.
Neil Bell, who played radical reformer Samuel Bamford in Peterloo, guides viewers through the history of the Peterloo Massacre, exploring locations in Manchester where visitors...
Representatives from W Company, Fifth Fusiliers based in Bury are making final preparations for a training mission in Canada and taking part in the exercise will be local Fusilier...
Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced a new bill to enable tougher prison sentences for the worst animal abusers to Parliament on Wednesday (26 June).
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, visited Springhill Hospice, new apartments in Rochdale town centre and a sheltered home for those who have fallen on hard times in a...
Three young players have signed their first professional contracts with Rochdale AFC.
Date Published 29/06/2019
Ensuring good mental health and wellbeing is as important in older age as it is at any other time of life, particularly as the UK’s population continues to age rapidly.
Almost 2,500 schoolchildren from across Greater Manchester came together on Wednesday (26 June) for the GM Summer School Games. The event, consisting of 21 competitions in 13...
A packed weekend of heritage adventures was recently hosted in Whitworth, exploring the stories embedded in the local landscape, from the Bronze Age settlers of prehistory,...
Residents are being asked their views on the council’s food waste collections in a bid to improve the borough’s recycling performance even further.
Scouting groups from across the borough celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Ashworth Valley Campsite over the weekend of 22 and 23 June.
Date Published 28/06/2019
All new-build houses will be sold as freehold in a bold move to tackle unfair leasehold practices and prevent future home-owners from being trapped in houses they can't sell, the...
Former Mayor, Councillor Mohammed Zaman, thanked his mayoral team and the staff at Rochdale Town hall yesterday with a lunch and gifts.
Rochdale AFC are delighted to announce that Aaron Morley has signed a long-term deal with the club.
The Rotary Club of Heywood President Mike Goldrick handed over his chain of office to incoming President Richard Slater on Tuesday 25 June at the Pack Horse, Birtle.
Seven new apartments have been created in Rochdale town centre, as part of the council’s £400m regeneration programme.
Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) members, tenants, and employees had their commitment and community spirit celebrated at the annual RBH Values in Practice (VIP) awards.
The public is being urged to stay safe near water this hot weekend after the tragic death of a young girl, who drowned in a river in Bury, on Thursday (27 June).
Would you know what to do if you saw a dog in a car on a warm day? The weather is hotting up and the RSPCA is warning pet owners never to leave dogs in hot cars.
Liz McInnes, Member of Parliament for Heywood and Middleton, has called for action to address the shortfall in funding for children and young people with special educational needs...
Working parents could be entitled to Tax-Free Childcare worth up to £2,000 per child per year to pay towards regulated holiday clubs during the school holidays.
Business confidence in the North West rose four points during June to 20 per cent, according to the latest Business Barometer from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
The Co-op's Community Fund at Rooley Moor Road Food Store purchased bags of sweets to donate to the ‘Our Big Day’ annual celebration event for Rochdale's cared for children.
Hello from everyone at the Environment Agency and welcome to our latest round-up exclusively for Rochdale Online. Read on to find out how we have been dealing with floods, fish...
Whitworth’s silver Commonwealth medallist Mollie Campbell and the Great Britain women’s basketball team celebrated their first EuroBasket win over hosts Latvia in Riga.
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