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Pharmacists are set to offer rapid detection and help for killer conditions like heart disease as part of a major revamp of high street pharmacy services.
Date Published 17/09/2019
Primary schools across the UK yet to receive a visit from the NSPCC’s free ‘Speak out. Stay safe.’ programme are being urged to sign-up as soon as possible.
Manchester Airport has won the accolade of the UK and Ireland’s best airport at the Travel Trade Gazette annual awards in London, which is judged by the travel trade and industry...
I visited Belfast as Shadow Northern Ireland secretary and was happy to support GMB and Unite trade unions who were fighting to prevent the Harland and Wolff shipyard from...
A Rochdale-based innovative food-tech company has won a prestigious award for its incredibly low-calorie, gluten-free pizza base alternative, Lo-Dough.
A Heywood care home has been rated “good” by the health watchdog.
A scheme aimed at promoting the ‘distinctive culture’ of towns in Greater Manchester could instead ‘breed resentment’, according to councillors.
A new estate where every home would be affordable could be built in Rochdale.
Heywood’s batting frailties came back to haunt them as they were condemned to the third tier of the Greater Manchester Cricket League for the 2020 season.
For the very first time, schoolchildren across England will learn lifesaving skills as part of the school curriculum, a monumental moment after ten years of campaigning by the...
Rail operator Northern’s performance is worse than it was a year ago, a report by Transport for the North has found.
This September – Childhood Cancer Awareness Month – people in Rochdale are being called on to clear out their wardrobes to help more children and young people survive cancer.
Date Published 16/09/2019
Rochdale Market is being closed, with the last trading day set for Monday 14 October.
Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has said he would eventually welcome a ‘northern tax’.
The world’s top cyclists descended on Rochdale this weekend for the final day of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain.
Today, Monday 16 September, a memorial service was held to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of Inspector Ray Codling.
A neglected and dangerous footpath in the Spotland and Falinge ward of Rochdale has been repaired and made safe for all.
Thousands of people took to the streets across Norden on Saturday (14 September) as the UK's most prestigious cycle race, The Tour of Britain, made its way along Edenfield Road,...
The world’s top cyclists descended on Rochdale this weekend for the final day of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain - see our gallery of images.
Nearly half of people in the North West are lonely but volunteering could help, reveals British Heart Foundation survey
A new scheme designed to improve the way care is joined up for patients who are admitted into hospital from care homes is set to launch in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale this...
Women are being encouraged to know the signs and symptoms of gynaecological cancers - those that develop in a woman’s reproductive tract.
More than 600 youngsters enjoyed a summer of reading, exercise and healthy eating thanks to Rochdale Borough Council’s pioneering Fit, Feed and Read scheme.
Mathieu van der Poel reiterated his billing as the hottest talent in professional cycling on Saturday (14 September) as he was crowned the 2019 OVO Energy Tour of Britain champion...
Mayfield brought the curtain down on their season with a fine win on Saturday (14 September).
Unite, Britain and Ireland’s biggest union, will take action to prevent a new wages crisis as workers and pensioners face losing out on hundreds of pounds a year following the...
GMP is asking members of the public to spot the hidden knife across a series of images, which will be uploaded throughout the week from Monday 16 September.
Date Published 15/09/2019
Rochdale were thrashed by a clinical Peterborough on a day to forget for Brian Barry-Murphy’s side.
Nasal flu vaccinations will be offered to primary school children across the borough of Rochdale again this winter.
Thousands of customers could win back the cost of their Smart season ticket thanks to Northern’s half a million-pound giveaway.
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