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Rochdale-born midfielder Keira Walsh and the rest of the England Women’s football team are one game away from a first Women's World Cup final appearance after beating Norway 3-0...
Date Published 28/06/2019
Heywood bid to extend their winning Greater Manchester League run in a crunch Crimble clash on Saturday.
A broken cremator at Rochdale crematorium is set to be repaired in the next few weeks.
Laws around the making and sharing of non-consensual intimate images are to be reviewed under plans to ensure protections keep pace with emerging technology.
Number One Riverside was taken over by budding scientists as pupils across the borough came together for the national Great Science Share for Schools.
There was an electric...
Sandbrook Community Primary School held their first Eid Festival on Friday 7 June, bringing different cultures together to embrace new experiences.
The Rochdale Online website, one of the oldest and most popular ‘hyperlocal’ websites in the country, is celebrating 21 years of serving the borough of Rochdale.
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham came to Rochdale to be grilled by members of the public on themes ranging from transport and crime to green belt loss and housing.
Date Published 27/06/2019
Rochdale Artisan Market, National Care Home Open Day, Save Our Greenbelt Littleborough and Smithybridge, Summer Concerts & Fairs, Rochdale Hornets v Swinton Lions, Car Boot Sales,...
The Rochdale Hornets Foundation has announced last week, 17 June to 21 June, as being their most successful in the foundation's history after reaching over 700 children.
Sue and Alan have contacted us and we have put them in touch with Graeme. Thanks to everyone who contacted us about this.
A family from New Zealand...
New plans have been set out by the education secretary to prevent the most vulnerable children missing out on school, raising visibility of those who have needed a social worker.
The council is to buy a long-derelict hotel described as ‘a blot on the landscape’ by the council leader.
It will use a compulsory purchase order (CPO) to purchase the former...
The Inner Wheel Club of Middleton, formed in November 1946, by the wives of members of the Rotary Club of Middleton, is to close at the end of June.
Rochdale Connections Trusts’ Fundraising Team were out in force at this year’s Milnrow and Newhey Carnival on Saturday 22 June.
Rallycross rookie Steve Brown secured his maiden BMW MINI Championship podium finish on Sunday 23 June, taking third place at Pembrey Race Circuit at the fourth round of the...
England Women, featuring Heywood’s Kate Cross and Rochdale-born Heather Knight, have won the International Twenty20 series 1-0 against the West Indies Women after two of their...
Heywood Monkeys failed to make the quarter-finals of the Marston’s T20 Cup when they were well beaten by Stayley Scorpions in their last group game on Friday 21 June.
A quantity of jewellery has been found by a local magnet fisher who hopes to reunite the find with its rightful owner.
Young people from across the borough can now apply for grants of up to £2,000 from the council’s Youth Opportunity Fund.
Darnhill library is currently closed until further notice (as of Wednesday 26 June 2019) due to antisocial behaviour.
Date Published 26/06/2019
The new Highways England safety campaign is encouraging drivers to keep left except when overtaking, to help keep traffic flowing more freely, and to ‘follow the signs’ to keep...
Goalkeeper Brad Wade has signed a three-year deal with Rochdale AFC.
A Middleton author will be conducting book signings of his debut novel on Thursday (27 June) and Saturday (29 June).
Areas where accident rates are highest could benefit from a new sign which warns of hazards due to animals in the road.
Campaigners are celebrating after a second attempt to build on an ancient woodland was thrown out by the planning committee.
More than 180 objections were lodged against plans...
Greater Manchester Police’s Chief Constable is set to have his contract extended by a further two years.
Thousands of people with cancer in the North West may be too ashamed to seek help with life-changing side effects that are considered taboo by people in the region, potentially...
Year 11 leavers from Beech House School arrived in their finery at the Royal Toby Hotel on the evening of Wednesday 19 June for a night to be remembered.
The 93-stop network remains by far the most popular light rail system outside of London, according to statistics released on Thursday 20 June by the Department for Transport.
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