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A consultation has been launched on the 2021/22 police element of council tax, the Mayoral Police and Crime Commissioner Precept, which suggests a maximum increase of £15.
Date Published 20/01/2021
A fully detailed application of a new secondary school in Middleton has now been submitted.
Planning officials have already given ‘outline’ permission for the new school – dubbed...
Police are appealing for information following a collision in Rochdale, involving a stolen vehicle.
Date Published 19/01/2021
A new initiative has been launched at Butterworth Hall to bring the community together in Milnrow and Newhey.
From 25 January until 29 January, WHAG will be running its annual Purple Patch campaign, promoting healthy relationships.
People infected with Covid-19 in the past are likely to be protected against reinfection for several months, a Public Health England (PHE) study has found.
The borough’s fourth community vaccination centre opens in Littleborough on Wednesday 20 January.
Flood alerts are in place across the borough, with the arrival of Storm Christoph (Tuesday 19 January).
Storm Christoph will bring multiple hazards to the UK this week, initially heavy rain, which could lead to flooding in some areas.
Young folk musicians from the Rochdale Music Service have had their own original song ‘Brighter Days’ showcased as part of an online event by the Music for Youth festival.
Date Published 18/01/2021
Passenger numbers on the Metrolink are not expected to return to pre-coronavirus levels ‘for several years’ as concerns remain over its long-term future.
Students who were due to sit exams this summer will receive grades determined by teachers.
Victims of domestic abuse will be able to access much needed support from thousands of pharmacies across the UK, thanks to a new scheme.
A man has died after falling from the Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre (Monday 18 January). A section of Yorkshire Street was cordoned off whilst emergency services were in...
More than 100 fines have been issued by Greater Manchester Police for Covid regulation breaches this weekend.
An amber warning for rain has been issued for parts of central northern England, including Greater Manchester.
A new virtual book club with a focus on environmental issues has been launched.
Date Published 17/01/2021
This winter, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is sharing its top tips for identifying the birds that may visit your garden feeders or local green space as...
One of the most noticeable changes in the restoration of the Maclure Road fire station in Rochdale is the re-installation of 1930s folding "engine-house" doors.
A new initiative in the borough is aiming to end loneliness in older residents – by offering free bike rides to local nursing home residents on a specially adapted ‘trishaw’.
More than 100,000 concessionary pass holders in Greater Manchester whose tram and train add-on is due to expire are being encouraged not to travel to renew their pass.
The family of a two-week-old baby girl from Heywood whose death is being investigated by police has paid tribute to her.
The child, who has been formally identified...
Date Published 16/01/2021
The very first Springhill Hospice Christmas tree collection was a huge success – resulting in collected trees being chipped up for mulch at the hospice.
Greater Manchester Police is continuing to ask the public to report non-emergencies online, rather than calling 101, where possible.
Over 1,000 pairs of socks have been given to local community groups over the festive period.
Sacks of new socks were donated by an anonymous businessman to Councillor Faisal Rana...
Northern, alongside the rest of the UK rail industry, is to introduce amended timetables from Monday (18 January) to continue to help those who need to travel get where they need...
Townhead Post Office on Yorkshire Street is moving to larger premises in Rochdale town centre.
Relocating to 142 Yorkshire Street, the move from 120 Yorkshire Street sees the...
So far, more than 8,500 people have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine - including around half of local care home residents. It is expected that all care home...
Date Published 15/01/2021
Following last week’s national lockdown announcement, local bus operators have confirmed most services are still running for essential journeys.
Providing a hot and healthy dinner for your children will now be easier than ever this lockdown, with the launch of Healthy Home School Dinners by the Lancashire Hospitality...
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