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As Coronavirus continues to spread, Government guidelines are updated daily to keep you safe from the disease. But what about mental health?
There's a giant snake slithering along the Simmondley end of Gamesley Sidings, but it's not a slippery serpent - quite the opposite, in fact…
Hyde-based Findel Education team members will be stepping out this weekend to raise money for a good cause by walking the distance from Lands End to John O Groats.
Our amazing healthcare heroes across the country have risen to the challenge during the coronavirus pandemic - and it's no different at Tameside Hospital, where staff have really stood up and made a difference throughout the crisis.
A business with a depot in Hyde is inviting local applications for a huge donation of hand sanitiser.
Many schools throughout the High Peak and across Derbyshire "will not be ready" to reopen on 1 June as per the Government's plan, the county council has confirmed.
Ring & Ride minibus services have relaunched across the region to help vulnerable residents make necessary trips.
Government must 'learn lessons' from the Clutch Plague and Second World War when it comes to rebuilding the country post-pandemic, a council leader has said.
The Royal Oldham Hospital is among several hospitals in Greater Manchester where Covid-19 bio security and infection prevention measures described as "pioneering" have been rolled out.
Andrew Jordan, who was previously missing, has been found and is okay.
Two people have been arrested this morning (Saturday) in Ashton after at least one person was assaulted.
Eid al-Fitr, also called the "Festival of Breaking the Fast", is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan.
Tameside foster carers are to receive an additional payment in recognition for the extra support they are giving to looked after children during lockdown.
Surface dressing of roads in Buxton will begin next month, the county council has confirmed.
Nature lovers could be making a bee-line to three High Peak train stations once the coronavirus lockdown is over.
This is how Station Road in Hadfield used to look when many of the main roads in and out of Glossopdale bristled with tracks and there were plenty of trams trundling over them.
Big-hearted Glossopians - including some in the States - have been digging deep to support Christian Aid Week.
Here's a reminder of how you can access healthcare services in Oldham over the bank holiday weekend.
Mountain rescue crews assisted a woman who injured her ankle after falling off her bike in Daisy Nook Country Park.
A new climate-conscious 'eco centre' will replace a dilapidated council depot after councillors unanimously backed the plans.
Two men have been arrested after cannabis worth an estimated £1.1 million was seized following a raid at a property in Oldham.
Curzon Ashton midfielder Isaac Sinclair is destined for great things on and off the pitch.
Former Ashton United manager Jody Banim has been named as Stafford Rangers' new boss.
Former Audenshaw School pupil Ellis Allen says rubbing shoulders with former Premier League players including David Wheater and Chris Eagles has contributed to his development as a goalkeeper.
Former Audenshaw School pupil Josh Askew says he’s excited for a new challenge after being released by Salford City.