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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?
Police are urging residents and visitors in Derbyshire to behave responsibly and NOT ignore the current guidelines when getting together this weekend amid the warm weather.
People living in England will be required to wear face coverings in more indoor settings from Saturday (8 August).
Andy Burnham has accused Conservative MPs of 'not having the courage' to stand up to their government's decision to impose tighter lockdown restrictions in Greater Manchester.
A Derbyshire council leader says a focus on town centre pubs and parks will continue in light of the early signs of a Covid-19 outbreak emerging.
The Anthony Seddon Charity Shop opened its doors in Ashton on Tuesday after weeks of hard work to transform the premises.
Hyde’s POP creative hub has officially reopened, with staff excited to finally see customers after a number of months in lockdown due to the virus.
Stalybridge Indoor Sports Centre’s first attempt at staging wrestling attracted a 300-strong crowd which was encouraging enough for the organisers to consider repeating the event.
Parishioners in Mossley have been busy raising funds for their churches after their annual summer fair was cancelled due to the coronavirus situation.
Police have issued an appeal to find a teenage girl who has been reported missing in the High Peak area.
The decision by Tesco to remove disposable barbecues from the till points of their store in Buxton has been welcomed.
A local farmer who had come off his quad bike and a mountain biker who had fallen off his bike were helped in what was a busy day for Glossop Mountain Rescue Team.
A road in Simmondley is set to be closed for two weeks to allow electrical works to be carried out.
A man has been arrested after one driver was seriously injured and another sustained minor injuries following a four-vehicle smash in Oldham.
Plans to invest £1.3 million into parts of the Rochdale Canal leading out of Manchester city centre have gone out to public consultation.
Dr Kershaw's Hospice's Virtual Quiz proved popular during lockdown and it will be back once again.
A cyclist has died after being involved in a collision with a van in Lees.
A Tameside key cutter has been thrilled to receive a grant as part of the Tameside Discretionary Grant Fund.
The government has launched a new tool to help people find restaurants that are registered for its Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Tameside-based Brother UK has played a leading role in helping its global parent company, Brother Industries, to join the FTSE4Good Index - a select group of the world's most environmentally and socially sustainable companies.
Jacksons Opticians on High Street West in Glossop has kept supporting its patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mark and Ben take a quick look at tonight’s huge game between Manchester City and Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Greater Manchester Cricket League official, Simon Lowndes, spoke to us about dealing with a recent case of coronavirus, which has affected Denton West, Ashton, and Droylsden.
In today's chat with BetFred's Peter Spencer, we look ahead to Manchester City's Champions League clash against Real Madrid at the Etihad Stadium this evening (Friday).
Following Droylsden Football Club's decision to withdraw from all competitions next season due to financial impact of Covid-19.