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Greater Manchester Police is responding to hundreds of coronavirus-related incidents every day, according to the region’s deputy mayor for policing and crime.
Date Published 09/04/2020
Thousands of Easter eggs are being delivered to delighted children across Rochdale as ‘thank you’ to families for following coronavirus lockdown rules.
Date Published 08/04/2020
Critical frontline NHS staff and people working in social care will be able to travel for free on Metrolink from Saturday 11 April.
Two Rochdale men have been charged with firearms offences after reports that a man was shot in the early hours of Monday (6 April).
Councillor Allen Brett, Leader of Rochdale Council and Councillor John Blundell, Cabinet member for Regeneration, Business and Skills at Rochdale Borough Council have written an...
Fly-tipping rates in Rochdale have soared in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of incidents recorded in the borough during March was more than double that for the...
Local mental health charity Rochdale and District Mind is continuing to offer support via telephone, email, messaging and video as it prepares for an increase in demand for its...
A dedicated webpage to report breaches of Covid-19 measures has been launched by Greater Manchester Police.
A local care worker has died after becoming infected with coronavirus Covid-19.
Carol Jamabo, 56, sadly died on Wednesday 1 April after becoming infected with the virus.
Accredited volunteer centre, Action Together has launched a Covid-19 Community Response Fund, available for groups from the voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise...
Staff at Greater Manchester Police now have the ability to take 101 calls and answer Live Chat queries from home.
Date Published 07/04/2020
Children of key workers at local primary schools have been creating inspiring artwork.
Rochdale District Freemasons are going the extra mile to help those in need at this very difficult time.
Sadly Bonnar passed away in hospital on Sunday 29 March 2020, aged 74.
Bonnar will be missed by all who knew him. He leaves children Alex, Maria, Heidi, Donnar, Rudi and Hollie...
Rochdale Borough Council has produced and posted a leaflet to all residents in the borough, outlining the dedicated help and support for our most vulnerable residents.
A murder investigation has begun after a 42-year-old Rochdale man died in Royal Oldham Hospital as a result of injuries sustained in an assault in August 2019.
Dr Zahid Chauhan OBE is a local GP, health and social care campaigner, and champion of social justice and charity. His work mentoring and employing young people has won national...
A group of local chefs have teamed up to prevent food waste and inspire the borough’s residents in the kitchen.
Rochdale Borough Council has pledged £30k of support to local food banks and to ensure the emergency response can continue during the coronavirus pandemic.
Homeless charity Petrus continues to support vulnerable people in the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Date Published 06/04/2020
Working with local councils, local charities, community and voluntary groups planning ahead for the needs of communities over the coming weeks and months, Action Together is the...
A man has been charged with rape and a number of other offences after a woman was attacked near The Esplanade, Rochdale in September 2019.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Roger, who passed away suddenly aged 69. He will be sadly missed by his children James and Katie, his grandchildren Hollie,...
Rochdale MP Tony Lloyd has been hospitalised for coronavirus (Monday 6 April).
The Labour Party says he is stable and responding to treatment.
Posting on social media, the...
Greater Manchester community pharmacies that have endured ‘abusive’ patients and are ‘close to breaking point’ will stay open during the coronavirus pandemic – but they need your...
Libraries across some parts of the country have seen an increase in newly registered users of more than 600 per cent since lockdown measures were introduced, the Local Government...
A package of funding is to be provided by the UK government to support vital bus services during the coronavirus pandemic.
Councils across Greater Manchester will be given £89m to help them deal with the coronavirus pandemic, with Rochdale council receiving just short of £7.5m.
The Circle group for Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale has been awarded funding from the National Lottery to help support its key activities.
Date Published 05/04/2020
Members of the youth circus, adult circus and staff at Skylight Circus Arts, have come together to create a short video during the current pandemic.
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