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Greater Manchester’s digital and creative sector will require at least 22,000 additional roles by 2035 in order to sustain itself, according to Manchester Digital, which is urging...
Date Published 15/08/2019
Businesses selling alcohol are being warned that underage drinking will not be tolerated after two premises were caught selling alcohol to under 18s.
Crimble Croft Community Centre, Heywood, was bursting at the seams for its yearly national playday event on Wednesday 7 August.
Sometimes sailing is like the tortoise and the hare. On Sunday (11 August), Chris Massey could be way ahead in his RS300 fast single hander to get results of 4th, 3rd and 6th...
Date Published 14/08/2019
Members at Heywood Cricket Club are mourning the passing of benefactor Ken Barker at the age of 82 after a long illness.
Ken, who had no known surviving family, was a member...
Rochdale MP Tony Lloyd has expressed his concerns about the former Turner Brothers Asbestos site in a letter to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Amber Rudd MP.
Over 600 workers have signed up to a grievance to protest against fashion retailer JD Sports, after the company has reduced the number of rest breaks for workers on 12-hour night...
Families came together and had fun at Woolworths Social Club on Saturday 10 August, raising £400 towards a local disabled man’s charity challenge.
Rochdale town centre has been shortlisted in the Government’s Great British High Street Awards, putting it in the running for up to £15,000.
Two young drivers from Rochdale, who live with autism, have competed in a charity karting event as part of the team ‘Racing with Autism’ (RWA).
The first Northern Pacer train was retired on Monday (12 August 2019) after making its final journey between Manchester Victoria and Stalybridge.
The Co-op store on Rooley Moor Road has become the latest targeted by thieves, after a break in at around 2am on Wednesday morning (14 August).
Three free ‘Summer Saturday’ fun days took place this July and August, courtesy of Middleton Town Centre Management.
Rochdale sailed through to the second round of the EFL Cup after an entertaining game at the Crown Oil Arena. Brian Barry-Murphy’s side came from behind twice thanks to an Ian...
Officers investigating a robbery in Rochdale in which a man was hit over the head with a baseball bat have released a new image of a man they want to speak to.
A second ‘Blokes’ support group for men suffering with loneliness has been set up, this time in Wardle.
Date Published 13/08/2019
The Friends of Carnegie (Castleton) group are asking for the public’s help in discovering some local history, specifically in regard to the industrial history of Castleton and the...
Residents of St Martin’s View in Castleton have formed a group to dispute maintenance charges being applied for public areas on the estate by RMG, after management was handed over...
Following the launch of an innovative Smokefree Pregnancy programme twelve months ago, the number of pregnant women in the city-region who smoke is falling faster than the...
Charlie Cornish, CEO of Manchester Airports Group (MAG), met on Friday (9 August) with HS2 Ltd CEO, Mark Thurston, at Manchester Airport to discuss progress on the development of...
To encourage budding young opticians to pursue a career in eye health, Specsavers in Rochdale has delivered a talk on eye health careers at St Andrew’s Primary School.
Forced once again into changes Sam Butterworth's side could have been forgiven for going into this game down hearted. The loss of in-form forward James Tilley, who became the...
B&M Bargains has confirmed its new Heywood store on Dawson Street will open on Friday (16 August).
Four local train stations are being left with no service on Sundays, despite hourly trains passing through without stopping, says a local rail campaign chairman.
Rochdale were held to a draw as Doncaster scored a stoppage time equaliser to take a share of the spoils at a very wet and windy Crown Oil Arena.
Date Published 12/08/2019
A change of application to transform an empty shop into a taxi booking office has been granted subject to conditions by Rochdale Borough Council’s planning committee.
Children’s hospice Grace’s Place, which serves Bury, Rochdale and Oldham, will close later this month due to a lack of funding, despite only opening in January this year.
The family of a popular Rochdale primary school teacher are holding an afternoon tea and quiz event in her memory to raise money for local cancer charity, Maggie’s Oldham.
Regular readers will know of my passion for environmental issues and animal welfare. That's why I joined with the Environmental Investigation Agency campaign in Parliament to call...
Plans to establish a micro-pub in Smithy Bridge by transforming a former bakery have been refused by Rochdale Borough Council.
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