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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.
Date Published 05/02/2021
The worst of the Covid pandemic’s ‘third wave’ appears to be over in the Rochdale borough – but concerns remain over a ‘rapidly spreading’ new variant.
Online courses in health awareness and employability skills have been launched by the Centre of Wellbeing, Training and Culture.
Date Published 04/02/2021
Thursday 4 February is Time to Talk Day, the day that we get the nation talking about mental health.
As many as one in four adults and one in eight young people will experience a...
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks planned to take place across the borough.
The multi-award winning Brown’s Cakes in Rochdale celebrated 10 years of business on 31 January.
Instantly recognisable with its candy pink exterior, Browns, based on St Mary’s...
Wardle Academy Year 8 students attended a live online seminar with Amnesty International on Wednesday 20 January.
Residents of the borough of Rochdale who are aged 70 or over and have not yet received their first Covid-19 vaccination, can now ring or email to book an appointment.
A Rochdale social club is aiming to tackle mental health concerns with a gentle spot of fishing. Tackling Minds aims to promote fishing to people from every walk of life; from...
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace the next of kin of a man from Middleton.
Ian Whitehead, 55 years old, sadly died at his home on Warren Close, Middleton on...
Former Mayor Ian Duckworth is warning local residents to keep personal belongings safe after his car was stolen.
Local railway lines will be closed for 16 days this summer as work improving the railway as part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade begins.
A drink driver who was detained by members of the public has been sentenced to eight weeks in prison and banned from driving for four years.
Greater Manchester Police has stepped in to help a charity aiming to build a 999 Cenotaph in London to honour all those lost while serving in the NHS and emergency services.
Date Published 03/02/2021
The Edgar Wood-designed Long Street Methodist Church in Middleton has received a financial boost to help fund repairs from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
Headteachers in the Rochdale borough have been written to by Rochdale Council with a request to make sure school staff are not jumping the vaccination queue by booking...
Hospitals in Greater Manchester have been battling hospital-acquired outbreaks of coronavirus.
Picking up a virus while being treated in hospital as a patient is termed a...
Work to create a brand new link road at junction 19 of the M62 is officially underway in Heywood, with contractor John Sisk & Son starting the build on site.
Greater Manchester leaders have agreed to spend more than £69m on developing a ‘world class’ public transport system in the city-region.
Date Published 02/02/2021
A civil claim has been started against Greater Manchester Police in relation to Natasha Wild’s death in 2016.
Natasha, 23, died in November 2016 after she was stabbed in the neck...
Northern services have returned to the Calder Valley after customers were earlier asked not to travel due to heavy snowfall overnight.
The 2021/22 policing element of council tax will increase by a maximum of £10 after approval was granted by The Greater Manchester Police, Crime and Fire Panel on Friday (29...
A group of Rochdale fans are raising money to fund a lifesize statue honouring ‘superfan’ David Clough. The fans want to retire David's seat in the ground's main stand and replace...
Northern is asking its customers not to travel on the Calder Valley route until further notice after heavy snowfall has caused significant disruption.
Several trees have fallen...
Can you help police find a missing man from Rochdale?
Phillip Baines, 44, was last seen at around 4.45am on Monday 1 February 2021 at Fairfield Hospital on Rochdale Old Road in...
Just 11% of eligible jobs in the Rochdale borough have been supported by the furlough scheme as of 30 November, the latest figures from government show.
Date Published 01/02/2021
Plans have been submitted for 56 houses at the old Shepherd Mill and Tack Lea Works site.
National HIV Testing Week has kicked off today (Monday 1 February) across Greater Manchester with a focus on HIV testing at home.
A Radcliffe man with links to Rochdale is wanted on recall to prison after breaching licence conditions.
Over £11m has been scammed from people in Greater Manchester over the past year.
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