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Over 180 plastic bottles have been saved from landfill in just one week, thanks to a free refill station in the Boots Riverside store.
Date Published 24/07/2020
Boris Johnson must be more realistic about plans for a ‘significant return to normality’ by Christmas, the mayor for Greater Manchester has said.
Date Published 23/07/2020
The new Boots, JD Sports and Superdrug stores at the Riverside Shopping Complex have now opened.
A petition calling for the Wardle Aquatics Centre to remain open has been started by local residents.
Two Rochdale women have been released under investigation in relation to a kidnapping investigation by Staffordshire Police.
Greater Manchester’s long-awaited housing and jobs masterplan, the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework (GMSF) and with proposals for a regional Clean Air Zone, will go out for...
Date Published 22/07/2020
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks and road closures across the borough.
Covid-19 cases in the Rochdale borough are rising, and the number of local cases is higher here than anywhere else in Greater Manchester, the latest figures for 12-18 July show.
Rochdale Council plans to create over 12,000 new homes and 1million square metres of new employment space for 20,000 jobs in the Rochdale borough over the next decade, as the...
Local GP surgeries have changed the way they care for their patients due to the need to protect patients and staff from the risk of coronavirus and to maintain social distancing.
Rochdale-based Zen Internet, the UK’s largest independent telecommunications and technology service provider, has partnered with comparison site Uswitch to provide broadband...
A man who was caught in possession of £75,000 worth of class A drugs has been jailed for seven years and six months.
Date Published 21/07/2020
A headteacher says she is ‘disappointed’ after her school was told it needed to improve despite a largely positive report from the education watchdog.
The Wardle Aquatics Centre is to close just 16 months after it opened as it has yet to break even.
A caravan and a car have been completely destroyed by a fire in Whitworth, during the early hours of Tuesday (21 July).
The Health Lottery, which helps fund charities and projects tackling health inequality and isolation across Great Britain, has announced that the level of funding to the thousands...
After 37 years and hundreds of races, Rochdale's prolific race organiser Andy O’Sullivan MBE has decided to stop staging local races as of July 2020.
An internal investigation has been launched after an officer’s belongings were vandalised with a swastika.
Date Published 20/07/2020
The Friends of Taylor Park and Rochdale In Bloom have been hard at work sprucing Taylor Park up, with plenty of cutting back and tidying done on the overgrowth.
Thousands of benefit claimants moving to Universal Credit are set to receive up to two weeks of additional cash to provide them with extra support.
Most leisure settings will be reopened by the government from 1 August.
Bowling, skating rinks and casinos will reopen, whilst all close contact services – such as beauticians –...
Two properties on Mill House Close were evacuated as a precaution after a resident called the fire brigade on Saturday evening (18 July).
Police successfully dismantled a planned illegal rave on Saturday 18 July by engaging with audio equipment suppliers after conducting a number of enquiries.
A teenager has been taken to hospital following an assault at Stevenson Square in Smallbridge.
The 19-year-old man was taken to hospital with face, neck and hand injuries after...
Fewer heart ultrasounds were carried out in the Rochdale borough after lockdown began, according to the British Heart Foundation.
Date Published 19/07/2020
Young people from Rochdale’s M6 Youth Theatre have created four brand new digital productions.
The number of smear tests carried out in Greater Manchester during the coronavirus pandemic has fallen by more than 80% since lockdown began on 23 March, according to figures...
Rochdale Borough Council has been given almost £200,000 to help the high street to recover following the nationwide lockdown.
Date Published 18/07/2020
Food parcels for those in need can now be bought and donated at Morrisons’ checkouts.
A Rochdale army cadet has shaved her head for a children’s cancer charity.
Lucy Feighery, 15, a cadet at Rochdale Detachment, One (Minden) Company GMACF shaved her hair on...
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