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School "bubbles" aimed at restricting the spread of Covid-19 infections should not be "significantly higher" than 30 pupils, says Derbyshire's public health expert.
Local lockdown measures are suppressing an explosion of new cases of coronavirus but are not enough on their own to bring down climbing infection rates, Oldham's leader has said.
Businesses and residents in Tameside are being urged by the authorities to comply with new coronavirus laws, to help save lives and avoid being fined.
A primary school in Hyde has had to temporarily close to all pupils apart from its nursery children due to another confirmed Covid-19 case.
A children’s cancer charity has appointed 12-year-old Ruth Grace Crosby from Denton as their first ever Young Ambassador.
Police are warning the public to abide by the restrictions in place, after a man from Stalybridge was fined at least £1,000 for breaching quarantine rules.
Exciting plans for the development of Hyde’s Grafton Centre have been submitted to Tameside Council’s planning department.
Four people in Dukinfield are celebrating after each winning £1,000 thanks to their lucky postcode.
More than 2,000 vehicles were stopped and almost 900 motoring offences were detected in Derbyshire by officers in just five days.
Two people in Buxton, and a total of five across Derbyshire, were arrested as part of a county lines drugs operation.
Rail passengers are being urged to check before they travel this weekend as work on 'essential upgrades' is taking place on part of the network.
Birds of prey are breeding successfully in the Peak District uplands - however they are still being persecuted by poisoners and egg thieves.
The show will still go on for a circus in Daisy Nook, after it looked in doubt less than 48 hours before it was due to begin.
Three men have been charged following a disturbance in Oldham in which police officers were injured.
You can enjoy a night of music, dance, art, comedy, poetry and amazing buildings without leaving your home this evening (Friday) whilst supporting a worthwhile cause.
Five schools across Tameside and Oldham are set to provide each student and staff member with an iPad later this year as part of a new programme.
A law firm from Oldham is aiming to raise vital funds for nine of the UK's best-loved charities, after signing up for Will Aid - the annual charity will writing campaign.
Treat your pooch to the ultimate grooming experience at Poochys Grooming Ltd's cosy salon on Market Street in Hyde.
Witzend Gallery, on Trinity Street in Stalybridge, offer bespoke framing services, as well as vintage prints and posters.
Tameside Healthcare Ltd (est 1946) is a wheelchair, scooter, and mobility aids supplier that has been in business for over 70 years.
Our local sides have completed another league fixture this afternoon.
In today's chat with Betfred's Peter Spencer, we reflect on Manchester United's victory against Luton Town in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday and Man City's victory against Bournemouth last night.
School pupils in Tameside and Oldham are adjusting to new ways of playing sport.
We've been speaking to Curzon Ashton chairman Wayne Salkeld ahead of the National League's meeting today, which will determine if fans can finally attend games when the season starts on October 5.