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Rochdale based homelessness charity, Stepping Stone Projects, has distributed more than 50 mobile phones to help vulnerable families and people facing homelessness stay connected...
Date Published 01/02/2021
People living in Greater Manchester are encouraged to look out for each other and to be kind on the eve of this year’s Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Date Published 31/01/2021
The first edition of a new magazine celebrating local Black history has now been published.
Rotary Heywood 2020 has begun making donations to local causes, such as 14th Heywood (Woodland) Guides, 7th Heywood (St. George's) Rainbows and 4th Ravenscroft Scouts.
Local bus operator First Manchester is introducing timetable changes to most services from this weekend (Sunday 31 January).
Staff at the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) which runs four hospitals and community healthcare services in Salford, Bury, Oldham and Rochdale, employing around 20,000...
A survey seeking the views of disabled people, carers, charities and stakeholders on the content of a National Strategy for Disabled People has been launched.
Date Published 30/01/2021
Rochdale siblings Adam and Ayesha Sharif have used their time in lockdown to begin their very own YouTube channel and bring some light-hearted fun to the internet.
Monday 1 February is to bring an icy start to the month across the country.
British bakery chain Greggs is next in the line-up to join Rochdale Riverside in 2021.
After walking 175 miles in November 2020 for the Poppy Appeal, Wing Commander David Forbes DL MBE is now walking 500 more to raise funds for the Mayor of Rochdale’s charity
The UK’s biggest citizen science project has been recording the winners and losers in the garden bird world for over four decades with the help of half a million people, and now...
People and organisations across Greater Manchester and beyond have just a few hours left to have their say in a consultation on the future of the city-region's buses, before the...
Date Published 29/01/2021
It was March 2020 and Tony Lloyd had returned home from London as the coronavirus pandemic took hold and the country was ordered to avoid ‘all unnecessary social contact’.
Local MPs Tony Lloyd and Chris Clarkson have both welcomed the publication of a new national strategy to protect children from all forms of child sexual abuse.
More than 27,000 people in the borough have now received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Historic York flagstones have been stolen from the Grade-I listed St Mary in the Baum church, part of the Toad Lane conservation area.
The Department of Education has lodged plans for a ‘stop-gap’ school at a Middleton college so pupils don’t have to wait for a new one to be built.
The application proposes...
Littleborough based company Ken Mills Engineering Ltd has been fined for safety breaches after a 48-year-old worker suffered a life-threatening injury.
A Whitworth man has been sentenced to 12 weeks’ imprisonment for theft.
2021 is the year of the census - and this year's will be the first to be run predominantly online.
Jordan’s Plants and Eggs stall can now be found within the Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre, following the independent trader's move to the old outdoor market this week.
Every ward in the Rochdale borough now has a named neighbourhood police officer on the beat, following a pledge by Greater Manchester Metro Mayor Andy Burnham last year.
Date Published 28/01/2021
A Bury roofing supplies firm and its Rochdale director have been fined after two workers fell from a tower scaffold, sustaining serious injuries.
Manchester Magistrates’ Court...
Local priest Father Paul Daly is leaving Heywood to take on a new role at Salford Cathedral after 16 years at Our Lady and St Joseph’s.
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks planned to take place across the borough.
Rochdale Borough Council is to receive just short of £500,000 of a £23m government fund to support people who are most at risk of the long-term impacts of Covid-19.
More than 300,000 people have received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine so far in Greater Manchester, according to the latest figures.
As of Tuesday (26 January),...
Key bus corridors could be improved between Rochdale, Oldham and Ashton, under £69m plans to transform public transport.
Holocaust Memorial Day takes place on 27 January each year and Rochdale borough holds an annual commemoration, hosted in a different part of the borough each year in rotation –...
Date Published 27/01/2021
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