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Liz McInnes, Member of Parliament for Heywood and Middleton, completed the Great Manchester Run 10k on Sunday (19 May), for the tenth year running.
Date Published 21/05/2019
A group of students from Kingsway Park High School came third overall in the annual inter-school Progression Plus Programme Maths Challenge at Rochdale Sixth Form College on 14...
Volunteers armed with spades, trowels and hedge cutters turned out in force for the annual tidy-up of Taylor Park in Norden on Sunday (19 May).
A sparkling second-wicket partnership of 164 in 38 overs between Bobby Cross and Jack Morley paved the way to a morale-boosting win for Heywood Cricket Club over Unsworth on...
Work has started to move the World War One pop-up garden from Gracie Island in Rochdale centre to a very fitting permanent home.
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
Having been involved as a player and coach of the senior men's first team at Littleborough Rugby Union Club for more than 20 plus years, it is with great sadness and gratitude...
The prospect of a disorderly Brexit is putting skilled manufacturing jobs and millions of pounds of investment in the economy at risk, GMB Union has warned.
Norden Cricket Club are through to the second round of the Lancashire Knockout thanks to the performances of their newest player, and their longest serving player on Sunday (19...
A £2 million scheme of 12 affordable family homes at Ramsey Terrace in Rochdale is set to welcome its first tenants.
Middleton Cricket Club were looking to get back on track after last weekend’s loss at Haslingden when they welcomed East Lancs to Towncroft on Sunday (19 May), and even though...
Hundreds of bikers came from all across the country on Sunday (19 May) to remember Fusilier Lee Rigby on the sixth anniversary of his death.
New research shows that 64% of north west parents of primary school-aged children are concerned about the effect of air pollution on their child’s health, specifically the levels...
Date Published 20/05/2019
A 24-hour petrol station has been given the go-ahead to sell alcohol ‘round-the-clock’ by a town hall licensing panel.
A Milnrow man has been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary.
Kieran Pollitt, 22, of Milnrow, appeared at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on Friday 17 May.
Residents are being urged to take extra care in the kitchen, following over 400 cooking related fires across Greater Manchester since 1 January.
Norden Cricket Club made it three wins on the bounce when beating Todmorden at Centre Vale on Saturday (18 May).
Leewood Autograss racers travelled to Market Rasen this weekend (18 and 19 May) to contest the first round of the United Kingdom Autograss Championships.
Burnside Community Centre based in Middleton has recently achieved the Trusted Charity Mark Award, recognising the excellent work...
Young people have produced, sung and played their own music which was aired on North Manchester Radio 106.6.
The only surviving protest banner from the historic ‘Peterloo Massacre’ of 1819 is on display at Touchstones Museum in Rochdale.
A disjointed performance from Mayfield saw them go down at Wath Brow on Saturday (18 May): the Rochdale side had a poor first half, showing little of what they are capable of.
Lancashire completed their two-game tour of the Lancashire County BARLA tour in Serbia in fine fashion with an eleven try success over a Serbian National Select at FK Heroj on...
M6 Theatre’s classic family show One Little Word will be returning to Rochdale this June as part of a UK-wide tour.
The borough of Rochdale’s new LGBT+ identity has been officially launched.
A care home for the over-65s could face enforcement action after being ordered to improve by the health watchdog for the fifth consecutive time.
Liz McInnes, Member of Parliament for Heywood and Middleton, has spoken in Parliament about the huge cuts to public health budgets in recent years and the impact of this on vital...
Britain is a nation of both keen gardeners and green fingered novices, but how does time in the garden benefit us all, from the very young to the older generation?
Parents and guardians across the region are being urged to take action and book places for their children on school bus services for the next academic year.
A woman who was arrested in connection with the death of a man in Rochdale has been released under investigation pending further enquiries.
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