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A swan that was injured in Queen’s Park Heywood has been returned to the park after he was tangled in illegal poaching equipment.
Date Published 26/06/2019
Chris Massey and Tom Daniel won the Founders Plate day races at Hollingworth Lake on Sunday 23 June in a Scorpion.
The pair gave a masterclass in fast sailing with the spinnaker...
Leewood have been quiet over the last few weeks but this last weekend, Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 June they arranged a static display at the Wythenshawe Civic Centre, and it was...
A woman from Heywood is amongst nine people charged during the first 24 hours of a campaign to tackle drink and drug drivers during the busy summer period.
A new census, published today by The Data City, reveals that Greater Manchester is the top city in the UK outside the capital for digital technology.
This weekly column from the Mayor of Rochdale, Councillor Billy Sheerin, is about the places he has been and the people he has met during the week commencing Monday 10 to Sunday...
Care Homes across the country are increasingly under pressure, with an aging population and local councils cutting budgets, it’s not a surprise that the mental and physical health...
Hundreds of people once again lined the streets on Saturday (22 June 2019) for the 51st Milnrow & Newhey Districts Community Carnival.
Several areas for improvement have been highlighted in the annual report of the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service.
Retail sales volumes fell at their fastest pace since March 2009 in the year to June, likely impacted by the relatively cooler weather compared with this point last year. The...
Date Published 25/06/2019
The opening of a fire hydrant on Gower Street in Rochdale has caused a huge water leak in the area on Tuesday (5pm on 25 June).
A fundraiser has been launched for the family of a little boy from Rochdale, whom has an incurable form of cancer.
Matty Done has extended his stay at Rochdale AFC.
As much of the UK is set to bask in high temperatures, WaterSafe is alerting households in Greater Manchester about the potential health risks of using a garden hosepipe for...
Children are increasingly being targeted on the web by sex offenders – with an average of 22 crimes a day taking place online last year, NSPCC figures have revealed.
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome sufferer Stacey Parker must raise £100,000 for an operation on her neck to stabilise her cervical spine, she has been told after visiting a...
A driver of a car approached a 12-year-old schoolgirl on Kingsway in Rochdale and asked her if she wanted a lift on Monday morning (24 June).
The mother of a young girl who was killed by dangerous driving is urging people to sign a petition to change the law and increase sentences handed out.
It’s that time of the year again, Springhill Hospice invite you to enjoy a summers evening of music at their annual Summer Serenade event.
The Kingsway Park High School Science Club were recently invited to participate in the ‘Great Science Share’, a nationwide event held at Number One Riverside.
Bus services could be on the verge of coming back under public control as part of a Greater Manchester vision for a ‘London-style’ transport network.
Tony Lloyd MP visited the Polish Catholic Centre on Manchester Road on Sunday 16 June, both to celebrate mass in the Chapel and hold a surgery.
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
Schoolchildren have ensured that the planters at Castleton Railway Station are on the right track for success for this year’s North West in Bloom contest.
Local Girl Guides have won the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for making up comfort bags for relatives staying with end of life patients.
Committed to giving its customers the maximum choice when it comes to machine control technologies, Rochdale based Holroyd Precision now offers no fewer than three CNC control/HMI...
Hopwood Hall College has been confirmed as one of the nation’s approved providers of the new T Level qualifications.
Most of us welcome hot weather, but when it's too hot for too long there are health risks. If a heatwave hits this summer, make sure the hot weather doesn't harm you or anyone you...
Holiday makers and travellers are being urged to check their MMR vaccinations are up-to-date, as measles outbreaks continue across Europe.
Free advice for young and new businesses will soon be available from GC Business Growth Hub, part of The Growth Company, in the pop-up space in the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre,...
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