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Street Eat Festival returned to Rochdale Town Hall Square this weekend, with food lovers enjoying something to eat, drink and free entertainment in fair weather.
Date Published 25/05/2019
Monday 20 May was World Bee Day, a day to champion our favourite pollinators, but how can we help fight their decline?
Exam season is well underway, bringing with it the inevitable stress and anxieties associated with A-levels, GCSEs and SATs.
A silver Toyota Avensis was traveling west along Pilsworth Road at around 6.05am on Friday 24 May 2019, when the vehicle turned right into the entrance of Heywood Distribution...
Bennett’s Dental Surgery in Middleton has closed.
Britain’s growing love affair with feeding the birds has significantly altered the composition of our garden bird communities over the past 40 years, helping the populations of...
Almost £800,000 of grants to repair historic buildings in one of Rochdale’s most well-known streets have been made available as the Heritage Action Zone (HAZ) project takes...
The former Carnegie Library in Castleton was officially re-opened by Mayor Billy Sheerin in a special ceremony on Thursday (23 May), as his first official engagement as the Mayor...
Date Published 24/05/2019
A teenager from Castleton is preparing for the Mixed Martial Arts European Championships which take place in Rome over a week in June.
A fraudster used social media to pose as a legitimate loan provider and steal £45,000 from victims, before photographing himself with wads of cash.
Eight-year-old Billy Powell from Norden Primary school was crowned the Rochdale Spelling Bee champion at the borough’s first grand finale at Rochdale Town Hall on Monday (20 May).
Whitworth’s Pride of Britain winner Ella Chadwick has raised £700 for the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital (RMCH) this year after crossing the finish line of the Mini Great...
Gardeners are being asked to look at their lawns this Spring Bank Holiday Weekend (Saturday 25 May to Monday 27 May) for a new annual survey by Plantlife.
A man who died following a fight in Rochdale has been named by police as David Gavin, from Castleton.
Expert research staff from The Royal Oldham, part of the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA), have won global recognition in the Pharma Times International Clinical Researcher...
A blue BMW was stolen by thieves from a Heywood address during the early hours of Wednesday morning (22 May).
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital with potentially life-changing injuries after a collision in Heywood on Friday morning (24 May).
Rochdale Cobras ARLFC started brightly with a number of new players taking to the field on Saturday 18 May, with a brilliant defence.
Transport for the North (TfN) have announced the successful suppliers for two new ‘smart’ tools which will transform the provision of public transport data and make journeys on...
Rochdale Hornets have signed Scotland international Oscar Thomas from Swinton Lions on loan for the rest of the season.
Half a million pounds' worth of cocaine and heroin were found in a container in Rochdale on Thursday (23 May).
Patients admitted to hospitals at the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group’s (NCA) in Oldham, Bury, Rochdale and North Manchester will benefit from improved assessment for suspected...
A local primary school has denied pupils are made to fill in forms if they want to visit the toilet.
Highways England is calling on motorists to 'check it before towing it' this Bank Holiday.
Four games in four days over the Bank Holiday weekend make it a hectic time for Heywood players.
Over 2,000 people flooded to Hopwood Hall College's 2019 community fun day on Saturday (18 May), a free event held for the surrounding and wider communities in aid of Springhill...
Date Published 23/05/2019
Street Eat Festival, Rochdale Artisan Market, Football Funfair, Fashion Show, Live Music, Autism Friendly Golf Sessions, Car Boot Sales, Family Fun Day, Cricket Tournaments, Quiz...
A tree has been planted in Heywood to remember the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena bombing and Fusilier Lee Rigby.
Residents of Milnrow and Newhey are being asked to take part in a crime survey by local police.
The Prime Minister’s latest Brexit deal “must be in best interest of the UK”, local MPs Tony Lloyd and Liz McInnes have said, following Theresa May’s latest plan.
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