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A 24-hour petrol station has been given the go-ahead to sell alcohol ‘round-the-clock’ by a town hall licensing panel.
Date Published 20/05/2019
A Milnrow man has been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary.
Kieran Pollitt, 22, of Milnrow, appeared at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Friday 17 May.
Residents are being urged to take extra care in the kitchen, following over 400 cooking related fires across Greater Manchester since 1 January.
Norden Cricket Club made it three wins on the bounce when beating Todmorden at Centre Vale on Saturday (18 May).
Leewood Autograss racers travelled to Market Rasen this weekend (18 and 19 May) to contest the first round of the United Kingdom Autograss Championships.
Burnside Community Centre based in Middleton has recently achieved the Trusted Charity Mark Award, recognising the excellent work...
Young people have produced, sung and played their own music which was aired on North Manchester Radio 106.6.
The only surviving protest banner from the historic ‘Peterloo Massacre’ of 1819 is on display at Touchstones Museum in Rochdale.
A disjointed performance from Mayfield saw them go down at Wath Brow on Saturday (18 May): the Rochdale side had a poor first half, showing little of what they are capable of.
Lancashire completed their two-game tour of the Lancashire County BARLA tour in Serbia in fine fashion with an eleven try success over a Serbian National Select at FK Heroj on...
M6 Theatre’s classic family show One Little Word will be returning to Rochdale this June as part of a UK-wide tour.
The borough of Rochdale’s new LGBT+ identity has been officially launched.
A care home for the over-65s could face enforcement action after being ordered to improve by the health watchdog for the fifth consecutive time.
Liz McInnes, Member of Parliament for Heywood and Middleton, has spoken in Parliament about the huge cuts to public health budgets in recent years and the impact of this on vital...
Britain is a nation of both keen gardeners and green fingered novices, but how does time in the garden benefit us all, from the very young to the older generation?
Parents and guardians across the region are being urged to take action and book places for their children on school bus services for the next academic year.
A woman who was arrested in connection with the death of a man in Rochdale has been released under investigation pending further enquiries.
A curry and chaat night raised over £700 for Rochdale and District Mind on Wednesday (15 May).
Date Published 19/05/2019
An attempt on a new World Record for the most people dressed as bees anywhere on the planet will be held in Heaton Park on Saturday 29 June, when the Manchester Festival of Nature...
Sahail Ali and Gabby Pasay performed brilliantly to gain their Black Belts at The DOJO Karate Centre on Sunday 5 May.
This year Can't Dance Can, in partnership with Oulder Hill Community School, presents ‘I am many things’ exploring what identity, community and culture means to each and everyone...
A murder investigation has been launched after a man sustained fatal injuries in Rochdale.
Date Published 18/05/2019
Milnrow and District Women's Institute presented a cheque for £500 to the North West Air Ambulance at their latest meeting on Tuesday (14 May).
Heywood Rotary Club will be installing a blue plaque at Mutual Mills in memory of former member Harry Openshaw.
To celebrate the end of its four year Heritage Trees project, leading environmental charity, City of Trees has released a book which commemorates the most loved trees and woods...
After a hectic few weeks with the National Championship qualifying rounds done and dusted Leewood’s super-fast oval gets a rest as their next race meeting is not until the Sunday...
Rochdale Hornets have signed Rochdale Mayfield’s international duo Callum Marriott and Aidy Gleeson.
Green thumbs at the ready; anyone and everyone is invited to pitch in at the Incredible Edible Toad Lane allotments.
Northern is calling on all customers to plan ahead for this week’s timetable change. From 19 May, new timetables will see changes to services across the North.
Date Published 17/05/2019
My colleague, Labour MP Louise Haig, raised an urgent question in Parliament regarding plans to roll out consent forms asking victims of crime, including rape victims, to hand...
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