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Daily Local and National coronavirus updates (COVID-19)
Manchester's Nightingale hospital will reopen later this week – but will be run differently to how it was in the first wave of the coronavirus crisis.
Derbyshire lockdown restrictions should be upped now, its public health chief has urged.
Transport bosses have outlined what the new rules around travelling are now that Greater Manchester is subject to Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions and the 'Very High' Covid alert level.
From 00.01am on Friday 23 October, Greater Manchester will be under the 'very high' Covid alert and Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions. This is what it means...
Dogs Trust Manchester is celebrating its sixth birthday, and finding forever homes for thousands of rescue dogs.
Local fundraisers walked across England to raise awareness of mental health and vital funds for Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind.
A Stalybridge foodbank has received a double donation boost from Dukinfield & Stalybridge Rotary Club and Tesco.
Discovery Academy's mission is to be the school of choice in their local community, as it provides a place where all children can thrive educationally and personally every day.
Labour borough councillors across High Peak are joining businesses and community groups to make sure local children are fed over the half-term holidays.
A Covid-secure sweet stall has been set up in Chapel-en-le-Frith for Halloween, with donations encouraged to support Blythe House Hospicecare.
Individuals, voluntary groups and businesses from across the High Peak have come out in force this week to ensure that children and families don't suffer from hunger during half term.
In his latest column, High Peak MP Robert Largan discusses his stance on the issues of free school meal vouchers and food poverty.
A former 'brothel' on an Oldham high street is to be given a new lease of life as a cafe.
With Oldham now under the strictest tier of Covid-19 restrictions, Dr Kershaw's Hospice is appealing to the local community for help as the pandemic affected plans to furnish its soon-to-be-complete new In-Patient Unit.
A special Remembrance service will be streamed online in Oldham this year to ensure residents can safely commemorate those who gave their lives for our freedom.
An Oldham primary school pulled on their fundraising pants to raise money for a local charity with an Outrageously Orange fun day.
It's your last chance this week to take advantage of the Totally Locally Fiver Fest running in Ashton.
Solicitors in Oldham are urging people to take advantage of a charity will-writing scheme, after demand for wills soars in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The finalists for the first ever Ashton Independent Business Awards have now been revealed.
Sashilly Knits and Pieces originally started on Ashton outdoor market in 2016, recently moving into Ashton Market Hall, Stall 67, Bow Street entrance.
What a strange season this is proving so far for Manchester City.
Tributes have poured in following the death of former Hyde United and Curzon Ashton manager Gary Lowe, who tragically died aged 61 last week.
Here are the local football results from Tuesday night.
Oldham RLFC has further strengthened its pack for 2021 with the capture of Bradford's 23-year-old forward Liam Kirk.