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Official figures for crime and antisocial behaviour on the Metrolink tram network show a year-on-year increase from 2017/18 to 2018/19: however, the number of incidents recorded...
Date Published 16/10/2019
Two Middleton primary schools locked their gates and shutters after reports of a man making threats to a nearby medical centre on Tuesday morning (15 October).
A delay in the delivery of new trains has seen rail operator Northern seek approval for its retiring Pacer trains to operate on a small number of routes, but Rochdale is not one...
The pop-up shop in the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre has been taken over by Fancy Dress Mad until Saturday 2 November.
Cartime, one of the North West’s fastest growing used car dealership groups, has been named as the national winner of Motor Trader’s Car Supermarket of the Year 2019.
A motorist who struggled to charge her electric car at Rochdale town hall has been issued a parking ticket, despite taking every measure to explain the situation.
The announcement a care home is to close has left 24 elderly people – including one aged 103 – in urgent need of alternative accommodation.
Hollingworth Lake Sailing Club's young sailors went to Bolton on Saturday (12 October) for the final round of the North West Junior Travellers Series.
Rochdale Literature & Ideas Festival 2019 opened on Monday (14 October), with a blue plaque commemorating the couple who made it all possible being unveiled.
Rochdale AFC players Ian Henderson and Luke Matheson have been shortlisted for the Northwest Football Awards 2019.
Rochdale council is still owed £5.1m in housing benefits wrongly paid to residents.
Rochdale went into their match on Saturday 12 October missing six players and facing an uphill battle against a good Kirby side.
Date Published 15/10/2019
The junior parkrun at Milnrow Memorial Park celebrated its first birthday on Sunday 13 October.
An eight-year-old boy from Littleborough will be swimming over five miles in November to raise money for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
Delicious cakes and bakes sold at Whitworth Community High School added up to an amazing £455 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
After a strong start to the season Rochdale were looking to make further gains in their game with Bury on Saturday 12 October.
Local photographer Matthew Patterson has been shortlisted for a prestigious award at The English Wedding Awards.
Applications are now open for local charities and community groups to request grant funding from the Heywood Charities Fete Committee.
A government report on the future of England’s protected landscapes has praised the work being done to create a South Pennines Park.
With the fireworks season fast approaching, vets are encouraging pet owners and animal keepers to start preparing now to prevent possible injury and distress to their pets and...
Rochdale Men's Seconds went into their home game against Didsbury Northern Sixes on Saturday 12 October with back to back wins and were looking to extend the run.
Healthwatch Rochdale has been recognised as highly commended in the outstanding achievement category at the 2019 Healthwatch Network Awards.
Figures released to mark the end of Sickle Cell Awareness Month (September) show that black people in Greater Manchester are responding to the urgent need for donors.
Sisters are proving themselves a force to be reckoned with as they have already achieved their Karate blue belts after just two years in the sport.
Date Published 14/10/2019
Residents fear road danger is ‘inevitable’ after permission was granted for new homes near a busy main road.
Rochdale AFC has presented Rochdale Children’s Moorland Home and Dale In The Community Sports Trust with a £868 cheque each.
A national week of action is urging anyone who has ever considered adopting to step forward, as the number of children needing loving homes continues to grow.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Macmillan Cancer Support is encouraging people to be aware of the signs and symptoms of the disease.
A local young netball player has recently guided her England team to victory at the final of this year’s Netball Europe tournament.
Springhill Hospice’s Education Team were joined by over 100 health care professionals from across the borough on Friday 4 October to celebrate their achievements in palliative...
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