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Two cars were involved in a collision on Halifax Road in Hurstead, Rochdale, on Monday evening (8 February).
Police were called to the scene near Oakcliffe Road at 9.30pm.
Date Published 09/02/2021
The hospitals that make up the Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (PAT) are to be transferred to the Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, as part of the Northern Care Alliance...
Amidst the cold weather and Tier 3 restrictions in December, Whitworth in Bloom - accompanied by members of the local community - planted orchards throughout the village.
Greater Manchester leaders are calling on Government to reimpose the ban on evictions until at least the summer as the wider impacts of the coronavirus crisis continue.
Local and mayoral elections will take place on Thursday 6 May 2021, the government has confirmed.
Cancer charity CLIC Sargent has benefitted from a £10,000 cash donation, raised from recycling metals found following cremations.
Heroic policeman Mohammed Nadeem, who single-handedly saved a man from an icy river in February 2018, has been recognised with the coveted British Citizen Award.
Date Published 08/02/2021
Snow is very likely this week, as the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning from Monday morning (8 February) through to Wednesday night (10 February).
A teenager was taken to hospital with a minor abdomen injury after a disturbance on Bury New Road in Heywood on Friday evening (5 February).
At around 8.40pm on Friday 5 February...
Three people from Manchester have been charged in relation to an investigation into serious crime following two serious assaults in Rochdale.
The Covid-19 vaccination rollout is sparking a wave of interest in a brand new course coming to Hopwood Hall College.
Nine councils in Greater Manchester - including Rochdale - will have their say on plans for a joint development strategy for the city-region: Places for Everyone.
To remember the fallen, volunteers at Littleborough History Centre have been researching the service personnel from the Pennine districts of Rochdale (Littleborough, Milnrow,...
Date Published 07/02/2021
The owner of a recently opened Littleborough business is urging the community to donate digital equipment to help children as they continue to work from home.
Rochdale MP, Tony Lloyd is encouraging people to order a free HIV self-testing kit at home during lockdown as part of National HIV Testing week.
A Rochdale student has been using her passion for baking to put smiles on the faces of hundreds of care home residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
The East Lancashire Railway (ELR) has issued a stark safety warning to trespassers to stay off the railway tracks while it remains closed during lockdown.
Local singer / songwriter Danny Dearden is fast establishing himself as one to watch in the music world.
Rochdale Care Organisation is featured in a campaign launched on World Cancer Day (Thursday 4 February), to highlight continued commitment to cancer services, despite the on-going...
Date Published 06/02/2021
A newly-established group of volunteers is aiming to improve Castleton and bring it back to its 'former glory'.
This time last year the mayoral engagements eased off after a busy Christmas and New Year. This year is very much the same, but the easing off began nearly a year ago in March...
The borough of Rochdale has come together to take a stand against hate crime as part of Greater Manchester’s hate crime awareness week, which runs from 1 to 7 February.
Hopwood Hall College is building a £6.1m extension to its Technology Centre in Rochdale as it prepares to launch a range of T-Level qualifications.
More than 35,000 people in the Rochdale borough have now received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Date Published 05/02/2021
Six people have been arrested following warrants executed in Manchester as part of a crackdown on criminal groups involved in serious crime in Rochdale.
Heywood and Middleton MP, Chris Clarkson says there is a lot more work to be done in tackling child sexual exploitation.
Campaigners want to create a new forest to act as a giant ‘sponge’ in flood-prone Littleborough.
The Pennines town often suffers when the region is hit by heavy rainfall –...
Work to improve accessibility at Mills Hill Railway Station is still not complete two years after it first began, due to delays from the coronavirus pandemic.
Local families who are eligible for the free school meal benefit will receive a £20 voucher per eligible child from Rochdale Council this February half term.
Military personnel are to join forces with North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) clinicians to support the response to some non-emergency patients in the North West region.
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