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Hundreds of thousands of key workers considered critical to the UK’s response to the coronavirus crisis are earning below the so-called “real living wage”, data suggests.
Date Published 04/04/2020
A coronavirus assessment centre is to begin operating in Middleton town centre from early next week.
Councils across England will be able to hold public meetings using video or telephone conferencing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Local artist Geoff Butterworth has won an award in the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours Exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London.
Chris Clarkson, the MP for Heywood and Middleton, has today (Friday 3 April) written to Andy Burnham, the Metro Mayor of Greater Manchester, urging him to facilitate an agreement...
Date Published 03/04/2020
Residents up and down the country have been placing drawings or paintings of rainbows in their windows – or even teddy bears – in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, providing...
Local residents are asked not to travel to beauty spots unless they are on your doorstep in the interest of social distancing, as the weather is expected to improve this weekend.
The council has processed over £10m of government grants in a matter of days, to help local businesses stay afloat during the current coronavirus crisis.
Local charities and community groups have been ensuring front-line workers, the elderly and vulnerable, and the isolated have access to food, by delivering hot meals and food...
Neighbours on a Rochdale street helped make a 12-year-old’s birthday in isolation an extra-special occasion.
Over 60 boxes of frozen chicken have been dumped at two different locations in the Rochdale borough, as incidents of fly-tipping have increased.
Saturday’s Rochdale Food & Drink Festival may have been cancelled, but three of the chefs who were due to be cooking in the festival kitchen will be streaming their 40 minute...
Hundreds of Greater Manchester residents remain stranded abroad as tighter coronavirus-related travel restrictions continue to cause problems.
The new M&S Rochdale Riverside store will open as planned on Monday 6 April, the day after the existing Yorkshire Street store closes.
Thanks to the efforts of a group of employees from Rochdale Council, Rochdale Foodbank is continuing to supply food parcels to residents in urgent need, from its base on South...
A Rochdale vehicle hire company is offering a 50 per cent discount to NHS staff and key workers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Date Published 02/04/2020
A former X Factor contestant from Littleborough will be hosting a live show this Saturday on Facebook Live.
Due to the current unprecedented situation and the impact of coronavirus on policing and the community, Greater Manchester Police is looking to re-engage retired police officers.
Greater Manchester ‘stands ready’ to help ramp up testing for coronavirus in public services across the country, says mayor Andy Burnham.
Rochdale MP Tony Lloyd and two other local MPs have written to Alok Sharma, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, with concerns about the safety of...
It was with immense sadness that Thornham Cricket Club learned of the death of Doctor A. J. (Tony) Crook, on Tuesday 31 March.
Local council staff are being re-deployed in ‘critical’ roles during the coronavirus crisis.
Last week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered that public places should close to...
An autistic blogger from Middleton is today sharing her university story, having recently completed her master’s degree, to mark World Autism Awareness Day (Thursday 2 April).
Free medical supplies for those in need are being distributed by charity workers from the Human Relief Foundation and Manchester Pharmacy in the form of the Covid-19 Emergency...
More than 500 homeless people in Greater Manchester’s have been placed in hotels in the week since a £5 million coronavirus emergency plan was announced.
From restaurants and pubs to hair and beauty salons and barbers, as of 23 March 2020, a number of businesses have been ordered to close due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
People doing ‘lockdown DIY’ are piling added pressure on the NHS as a rise in home improvements gone wrong is sending more residents to A&E.
Date Published 01/04/2020
The UK’s largest rent-to-own operator BrightHouse entered administration earlier this week (Monday 30 March).
BrightHouse, which had stores in Rochdale and Middleton, shut its...
Healthcare workers at the BMI Highfield Hospital in Rochdale will receive pay if they cannot work due to contracting coronavirus from a patient, the healthcare provider has...
Tesco has today announced its COVID-19 Community Fund, a £30million package of support to help local communities tackling the Coronavirus outbreak, with £500 grants available for...
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