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More than 27,000 people have signed a petition calling for the reinstation of a five-foot bus driver from Heywood.
Date Published 14/01/2022
The offer of free PPE to frontline health and social care staff in England has been extended for another year.
First Manchester is advising customers to plan for alternative travel arrangements next week in readiness for further industrial action at its Oldham depot on Tuesday 18 and...
Local hospitals have requested military support in the fight against the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
The leader of Rochdale’s Conservatives says Greater Manchester’s ‘ridiculous’ Clean Air Zone plan must now be scrapped following a huge backlash.
NHS North West’s vaccination lead is encouraging people to book in for their booster jab, with more than 158,000 appointments still available this week - as the region passed the...
From Monday, 17 January, people with Covid-19 in England can end their self-isolation after five full days, as long as they test negative on day 5 and day 6.
After a three-month investigation, a wanted man has been found by police and detained.
A centre for addicts ‘trapped in a repeated cycle of offending’ is facing an investigation after councillors questioned whether it was operating legitimately.
Date Published 13/01/2022
Calling planet earth, Live music from tribute and function bands – MeatLoud and Soulvation, Fireground Museum open day, Castleton Literary and Scientific society, Covid-19 vaccine...
The pedestrian seriously injured in a hit and run in Rochdale on Thursday (6 January) has sadly died from his injuries. The 50-year-old-man was struck by a brown Skoda Octavia on...
This month is Dry January, which sees many people across the UK take on the challenge of curbing their drinking habits for a whole month.
A 10-year-old boy from Norden has raised over £1,500 for the British Heart Foundation with a sponsored one-mile swim.
A Rochdale woman is well on her way to recovery after an operation removed her lymph nodes to treat several debilitating conditions and improve her quality of life.
Last summer’s archaeological dig at Town Hall Square will be featured on the Thursday evening (13 January) episode of the BBC’s Digging for Britain series.
Date Published 12/01/2022
Information on current and forthcoming roadworks planned to take place across the borough.
The rollout of new smart motorway schemes will be paused until a full five years’ worth of safety data is available, as the Department for Transport invests £900 million to...
A Rochdale man has avoided jail after pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of heroin.
Rochdale MP Sir Tony Lloyd has quizzed the Prime Minister about pausing non-urgent surgeries and hospital appointments across Greater Manchester.
A woman has been taken to hospital after becoming trapped beneath industrial equipment at Fieldhouse Industrial Estate on Monday (10 January).
Date Published 11/01/2022
Over 450 people were provided with a Christmas meal by the Army of Kindness volunteer group in December.
Parents and carers of children across the borough who are due to start primary school in September 2022 only have a few days left to apply for their child’s school place as...
A Littleborough Lakeside councillor has been appointed to a new body championing music and arts throughout Greater Manchester.
Rochdale Boroughwide Housing (RBH) has suspended two councillors after the pair hit out at its plans to demolish four of Rochdale’s ‘Seven Sister’ tower blocks.
Over 2,000 ducks were set afloat in Whitworth’s annual Duck Race on New Year’s Day 2022.
A man is in police custody after being arrested near the former Waggon and Horses pub in Sudden on Sunday evening (9 January).
Date Published 10/01/2022
A drunken man who was more than twice the legal limit has been arrested after stealing a forklift truck.
A fundraiser has been launched by the owners of Lodge Mill, Middleton, after the engine house of the former cotton and silk mill was damaged in a fire last month.
A ‘beautiful’ Victorian building will be converted into apartments despite neighbour’s fears it could lead to problems with anti-social behaviour, parking and traffic.
Local charity Cold Hands Warm Hearts will be marking its first-year anniversary with a 36-hour sleepout on the streets of Manchester later this month.
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