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Local independent singer-songwriter Ellysse Mason has released her second single from her forthcoming untitled album, the 80s-inspired ‘I Don’t Wanna Dance’.
Date Published 17/07/2020
The North West division of the National Probation Service (NPS) is performing well but needs to improve specific aspects of its work, according to inspectors.
Marcus Rashford will be invited to Rochdale to promote the ‘read and feed’ scheme run by libraries over the summer holidays.
Date Published 16/07/2020
The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP), Ian Hopkins, has won the Public Sector category at the North West Institute of Directors (IoD) Director of the Year Awards...
Police and public transport operators are coming together to remind passengers of the importance of wearing face coverings while using the region’s buses, trains and trams after a...
A Rochdale teenager has raised hundreds of pounds for an Oldham-based charity with a bike ride.
Liam, 13, decided to raise money for Planet Mercy UK, which works within the local...
Local businesses which support the aerospace industry and the production of cars and commercial vehicles are the latest sector to be offered financial support from Rochdale...
Local groups from the voluntary, not for profit and charitable sector are now able to apply for grant funding from Rochdale Safer Communities Partnership.
Firms rewarded for bringing furloughed employees back into the workplace should do more for those more at risk of redundancy, says Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham.
Date Published 15/07/2020
The Rochdale borough’s bars, pubs and restaurants are happy to be back in business, with the majority of customers on their best behaviour since the first re-openings on 4 July.
Rochdale-based Holroyd Precision has launched a new gear grinding centre to improve production of specialised gears.
Young people from across the borough can now apply for grants of up to £2,000 from the council’s Youth Opportunity Fund.
Private dental practices could have to pass on the costs of PPE to their patients, meaning you could be paying extra when you visit the dentist.
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
Plans to impose a daily penalty on the most polluting lorries, vans, buses and taxis using the region’s roads have been pushed back by a year as Greater Manchester finds itself in...
Welsh international Gavin Bennion and half-back Rob Fairclough have signed for Hornets from 2021 on two-year deals.
Date Published 14/07/2020
A walk-through coronavirus testing facility is to open at Market Place car park near Middleton Arena.
Members of Rochdale Cricket Club have raised over £5,000 to secure the club’s survival.
This week is the fifth annual Bees’ Needs Week, highlighting what you can do at home to help our favourite pollinators.
New regulations to allow a building’s change of use without applying for planning permission have been announced by the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
Planners have given the go-ahead for two separate developments which will bring a further 89 properties to Langley, in Middleton.
A new initiative to encourage more people to take up sign language and Makaton as an extra language and skill, will be taking place at Rochdale Central Library.
Face coverings will have to be worn in England’s shops and supermarkets from 24 July, health secretary Matt Hancock is expected to announce today (Tuesday 14 July).
After more than 10 years of fundraising, a project by Rotary Club of Middleton to bring irrigation to Kajuki in Kenya has come to a successful conclusion.
Kajuki is a parish in...
Date Published 13/07/2020
A new ‘request and collect’ service has launched at selected library branches across the borough.
Starting on Monday July 13, library customers will be able to borrow books in a...
The principal of Hopwood Hall College has been appointed to join the board of Rochdale Development Agency.
More people can now attend funerals held in the Rochdale borough, as of Thursday (9 July).
As public gatherings can now total 30 people, the number of mourners present at a loved...
Restaurants and other establishments serving food for on-premises consumption can now sign up to a new government initiative aimed at protecting jobs in the hospitality industry...
As the impact of the coronavirus leaves many with financial concerns, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) warns the public to remain vigilant to fraudsters who use this time of...
Returning to business as usual after the Coronavirus pandemic won’t be enough to address the challenges of the future, warns Sir James Bevan, chief executive of the Environment...
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