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Week 1 Results - Thursday 28 November 2019.
Date Published 29/11/2019
Stephen Grindrod was a director of Salt Separation Services and died during a motorbike lesson the day before he was due to take his test.
Littleborough Christmas Lights Switch On, Castleton Christmas Carnival, Christmas Artisan Market, Falinge Festival of Lights Parade, The Oxford Christmas Markets, Whisky Tasting...
Three talented trampolinists from Whitworth Community High School bounced their way to first place in a club competition held in Bury.
A woman in her mid-60s has been taken to hospital after being cut free from her car after a collision at the junction of Roch Valley Way, Sandy Lane and Bury Road on Thursday...
Pupils from Little Heaton C of E Primary School, Middleton, go live on CBBC’s Blue Peter and Newsround for their special Children in Need celebration programmes to celebrate the...
Despite a mirror-like surface on the Lake on Sunday (24 November), a few keen sailors set out to race in the faint westerly airstream.
Whatever your budget this Christmas, there really is something for everyone in the Black Friday Sale at Browns Family Jewellers.
Police are appealing for information following a serious collision on Halifax Road in Rochdale yesterday (Wednesday 27 November) in which a pedestrian was injured.
Date Published 28/11/2019
A builder’s revised plans for seven new homes have been given the go-ahead – but not before the firm was hauled before a committee to explain itself.
WHAG (formerly Women’s Housing Action Group) launched their new head office on Drake Street on 26 November.
Middleton got into the festive spirit on Saturday 16 November as the township's Christmas Lights were switched on.
The GEM Appeal charity, founded by Karen Johnson from Bamford, had a magical ending to its fundraising year on Saturday 16 November.
The annual Rochdale Judo Club Championships were held on Sunday morning, 24 November where Ryan Kelly, received the Junior Club Champion Trophy.
With the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales upon us, the local Citizens Advice service, which covers Stockport, Oldham, Rochdale and Trafford, is guiding consumers on how to buy...
Heywood Festival and Christmas lights switch-on took place on Saturday 23 November at St Luke’s Church.
A beautiful Geoff Butterworth watercolour original painting has been auctioned off, raising £1,900 for Springhill Hospice.
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
Whitworth's Ella Chadwick is the face of a new Christmas fundraising appeal, launched by the UK’s leading kidney patient support charity, Kidney Care UK.
The education team at Springhill Hospice has overcome stiff competition to make the final of the Skills for Care Accolades awards which rewards social care organisations who...
Salt Separation Services have recently signed a contract with German ship builder, Meyer Werft, for the design, manufacture and commissioning of reverse osmosis desalination...
St Edward’s Primary School in Castleton won a North West In Bloom School award, equivalent to a Gold Award, for their work on a variety of clean and green projects.
To celebrate Lancashire Day, the Flag of Lancashire, displaying the Red Rose of Lancaster, was raised in Littleborough at 8.30am on Wednesday (27 November).
Whitworth’s official Christmas Lights Switch On took place on Sunday 24 November at the Riverside with over 600 people in attendance.
Date Published 27/11/2019
A woman has been taken to hospital after a collision with a car in Smallbridge on Wednesday afternoon (27 November).
Mancunian writer and birdwatcher, James Walsh, has made his new e-book available for free on Rochdale Library’s website.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a collision on Edenfield Road during Wednesday morning (27 November).
Thousands of people have responded to the public consultation on Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s (GMCA) website on whether the authority should be able set the routes,...
The Rochdale & District branch of the RSPCA celebrated 80 years of operation from the Redcross Street Animal Centre with a special gathering on Tuesday 26 November.
The Rotary Club of Rochdale celebrated World Polio Day on Thursday 24 October with a purple cake at a special event at the Masonic Buildings, Richard Street.
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