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Mayfield welcome old rivals Siddal on Saturday 11 May in what will be just the second home game of the season, despite the team already having played eight games in league and
Date Published 10/05/2019
Two Middleton men have received suspended jail sentences for their roles in a burglary after appearing at Minshull Street Crown Court on Thursday (9 May).
Rochdale Hornets Women’s lost their first home game of the season, going down valiantly to a much more experienced Barrow Raidettes side.
Hollingworth Academy won three of the five Rochdale Schools Finals football fixtures, organised by Rochdale Metro Schools FA and hosted by Hopwood Hall College's Sports Department...
Heidi’s Challenge, a coast-to-coast charity bike challenge, chose Williams BMW Rochdale to be a stop off point for a three-day ride which saw 20 participants cycle from Liverpool...
It was all go at the Lake on Sunday 5 May, as the Hollingworth Lake Sailing Club took part in a national campaign to offer free tasters session under the banner of Push the Boat...
BBC Children in Need has announced that it has awarded a new grant of £29,800 to a local project working with disadvantaged children and young people in Rochdale. The grant has...
The new Greater Manchester’s Mayor’s Charity has been launched by its Patron, Andy Burnham, at a speech in central Manchester.
There was much to celebrate after this year’s season of lacrosse, as 20 awards were presented to members of the Rochdale Lacrosse Club at the annual awards ceremony on Friday 3...
A Heywood teenager is fighting for sign language to be compulsory in schools so that every child can communicate without being isolated.
Organ and Brass in Rochdale Town Hall, Wedding Fayre, Consultation for Smithy Bridge Station, Whitworth Skyline Walk, Concerts & Live Music, Craft & Spring Fairs, Greater...
Date Published 09/05/2019
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
A sting in the tail in both innings saw Heywood Cricket Club slip to defeat against Glossop on Saturday 4 May in their second completed match in the Greater Manchester League.
A family fun day in memory of Louis White will take place at Empire, in Rochdale town centre on Sunday (12 May).
Less than a third of people on the electoral register voted in the Rochdale borough local elections this year.
Professor Andrew Rowland, Children’s Emergency Consultant at Northern Care Alliance has thanked 36,000 families who have taken part in research aiming to improve future NHS care...
Heywood Cricket Club slipped meekly out of the Derek Kay 1st X1 Cup at Whalley Range on Sunday 5 May.
Norden Cricket Club chalked up their first win of the season on Sunday 5 May when they beat title fancied Lowerhouse.
Results in all divisions of the JW Lees Lancashire League.
Drivers caught up in traffic delays after two fatalities on the M62 on Wednesday (8 May) have been praised by police for their patience.
Whitworth Valley Under 15s welcomed some new faces into the squad at the start of the season and started off on a high with plenty of goals being scored during a number of games.
Hopwood DePree has teamed up with established London-based comedy director Chris Head to create a stand-up show about his odyssey to save the family’s run-down stately home,...
Chinese casual dining restaurant WowYauChow is set to open in Rochdale centre on Wednesday 15 May.
May Day was celebrated again this year in Middleton Square, near the Church of St Leonard, Middleton Parish Church on Monday 6 May.
PC Mohammed Nadeem, 32, from Rochdale has won the Pride of Manchester Award for Emergency Services.
The Awards recognise the regions amazing unsung heroes and celebrate ordinary...
H Bell & Sons Rochdale has won a prestigious North West Building Excellence Award for their work on the Rochdale Indoor Food Hall & Café.
Students from Kingsway Park High School visited Oldham-based pizza equipment professionals, Linda Lewis Kitchens (LLK) on Wednesday 1 May.
After the latest figures show that crime rates have risen once again, Tony Lloyd, Rochdale MP, has said the public is 'being betrayed' by 'devastating' police cuts.
Date Published 08/05/2019
Rochdale Manager Brian Barry-Murphy has confirmed his retained/released list following the conclusion of the 2018/19 season.
A National Database Regulatory Authority (NADRA) surgery was held in Rochdale at Castlemere Community Centre, on Saturday 4 May. NADRA staff dealt with 75 applications for...
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