Daily Local and National coronavirus updates (COVID-19)
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Police have again reinforced their plea for people to stay at home and follow the Government guidelines, after a second person from Tameside in the space of 24 hours is fined for flouting the new measures.
High Peak's MP Robert Largan has urged High Peak Borough Council to pay out the cash grants owed to businesses as soon as possible.
Maggie's Oldham is supporting people living with cancer through the Covid-19 emergency by phone, email or through their online community.
Police are warning motorists to steer clear of visiting one of Oldham's favourite beauty spots, saying they will use emergency powers to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Three Audenshaw residents have received a timely pick-me-up after winning £30,000 each on the People’s Postcode Lottery!
A nurse from Denton who can't go to work because she's high risk is instead baking pies and other treats to keep up the spirits of her colleagues.
A man has been arrested for not following the new social distancing rules.
A man is due to appear at Manchester Magistrates court after he coughed at a police officer while claiming to have coronavirus
A man has been taken to hospital after a horror crash on a main road in Glossop early this morning (Tuesday).
Police are appealing for witnesses after a female runner had an altercation with a group of youths on Brookfield in Glossop.
These are some of the latest planning applications received by High Peak Borough Council.
Buxton International Festival organisers have already set the date for next year's event after 'regretfully' having to cancel this year's event in July.
Raise a glass! A gin distilled in Saddleworth has been voted among the best in the world by a prestigious competition in the US.
An orphaned baby badger, which was rescued by the RSPCA in Oldham, is now being hand-reared by dedicated staff at a wildlife centre.
Roads closed and nearby Metrolink services suspended
A GP has slammed ‘selfish’ thieves who smashed a health worker’s car window forcing them to miss work – all to steal one bottle of hand sanitiser.
The National League has today confirmed the indefinite suspension of the National League, the National League North, and the National League South.
Sports Clubs in Tameside are being offered support and guidance amid the Coronavirus lockdown thanks to the Tameside Sport and Physical Activity Network.
Oldham Aquatics scooped a hatful of medals at the Burnley Bobcats Regional Qualifier Meet.
Oldham chairman Chris Hamilton has praised the Rugby Football League for their proactive stance amid the Coronavirus outbreak.