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The very first Little Glastonboro music festival rocked Littleborough on Saturday (20 July).
Date Published 22/07/2019
Deputy professional, Sami Aslam, smacked a century to help Norden to victory over Lowerhouse at Stag Park on Sunday 21 July.
The top 10 reasons why people failed the new driving test have been revealed by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
Rochdale Borough Council’s innovative adaptations team is in line for a major national award for the outstanding service it delivers to local residents.
Rochdale beat local rivals Oldham Athletic to take the spoils in the inaugural Ernie Cooksey memorial trophy match. Ian Henderson came off the bench to earn his side victory with...
An international study of light rail systems has identified Metrolink as one of the best in the world. The system was rated as fifth best in the large cities category, scoring...
The RSPCA is calling for the licencing of air guns, as new figures for 2018 reveal that the animal charity received 36 calls in Greater Manchester and 767 reports of animals being...
Students of Singletons Dance Academy, Rochdale, reigned supreme at the This Is Dance competition in Chester on Sunday (14 July), with every dancer winning a medal.
Inspector Robert MacGregor, of the Rochdale East Neighbourhood Policing Team, on what the police are doing to tackle local issues across the borough.
This week he discusses...
The Urology department at North Manchester General Hospital is piloting a new Rapid Diagnostic Prostate Pathway that is improving patient care and ensuring patients are treated...
A new patient-recommended tool for GPs is being launched across England in a bid to catch cancer sooner. Known as GatewayC, the innovative online training tool has already shown...
The year 6 children at St Margaret's CE Primary School celebrated the end of their seven years at the school with a production on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and by dancing the...
A consultation to transform support for sick and disabled staff and remove barriers for employers was launched by the government on Monday (15 July).
The chairman of the Open Spaces Society has claimed green spaces across the UK are “under unprecedented threat as the law on town and village greens is in the balance.”
The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is reminding farmers to ensure that they follow the rules with their hedge cutting and trimming at this time of year.
Year 10 St Cuthbert students completed their final challenge of their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award, and also took part in a RAF Army Residential residential, some students were...
The borough of Rochdale will host its first Pride this November.
Date Published 21/07/2019
A community garden commemorating those who died in the Peterloo Massacre of 1819 was unveiled in Middleton on Sunday 14 July.
Northern Powerhouse Minister Jake Berry has commended an increase in passengers choosing to travel with bus firm Rosso – just 18 months since it became part of the Transdev family...
Heywood Lions Club has chosen a new president for the coming year; Lion Vera Smith has taken over the role from retiring president Lion Irene Sagar.
Children from Meanwood Primary School performed in the World, Folk & Roots, Session at the Music for Youth Festival in Birmingham on Wednesday 3 July.
It will turn more settled from Sunday with some hot weather in store for England and Wales and temperatures in parts of England potentially reaching heatwave thresholds next week.
Greenbank Primary School has surprised six of its leaving year six pupils by naming a new fleet of sailing boats after them.
Date Published 20/07/2019
Months of weeding, planting and keeping Rochdale in full floral colour will finally pay off on Monday (22 July), as Rochdale in Bloom welcomes the Royal Horticultural Society...
Rochdale Member of Youth Parliament and Kingsway Park High School student, Anita Okunde, was recently invited to an event at Downing Street.
A special birthday cake was presented to Gregory Couzens on Thursday (18 July) to celebrate 36 years since his hair salon opened on The Walk in Rochdale town centre.
Year four children at Alkrington Primary School are raising awareness of the impact of plastic on aquatic life after swimming through a pool filled with plastic bottles on Tuesday...
Police investigating the sale of dangerous fake-vaping products have raided two businesses in Rochdale.
Warrants were executed under the Misuse of Drugs Act at premises on...
Date Published 19/07/2019
Members of the social media group ‘Old Middleton, New Middleton’ have dared to bare all in the name of charity with the launch of a nude calendar at the Updated Coffee Bar in...
The number of people claiming benefits in Rochdale has fallen by 16% compared to five years ago, new figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
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