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The first step in easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England begins on Monday (8 March).
New statistics have shown that the areas of Derbyshire and Derby which have seen the lowest Covid-19 vaccination rates are also the county and city's most deprived communities.
More than 40 per cent of everyone in Derbyshire aged 16 and above have had their Covid-19 vaccinations.
A Tameside GP has said it is 'shocking and disappointing' that two trainee doctors have refused to have the Covid-19 vaccine.
A 29-year-old motorist from Audenshaw has pleaded guilty to drug driving, speeding and using a vehicle without insurance.
Three people had to be cut from two vehicles by firefighters and taken to hospital following a two-vehicle collision in Ashton.
Four people have been arrested as part of a police investigation into modern slavery and drugs trafficking between Tameside and Humberside.
World Book Day is one of the most exciting days in the calendar for schools and - despite the coronavirus lockdown - this year was no exception for pupils at one school in Ashton.
Police were called after there were reports of an attempted break-in at Hadfield Library.
For the first time in Derbyshire Constabulary's history, there are three women in their most senior ranking positions.
Monday (8 March) signals the big return to school for children in Glossop and the rest of High Peak, with safety measures being paramount.
Two women who ended up lost whilst walking in the Crowden area were found thanks to Glossop Mountain Rescue Team.
Oldham Council has joined forces with a range of Oldhamers, including young people, Oldham College and even a Rugby League great to film a video to celebrate social workers across the borough.
A 41-year-old man has been charged with murder, after a woman's body was found in the Bardsley area of Oldham with 'a number of' stab wounds.
Four people have been arrested after a fight between two groups of people in Limeside.
After a five-month delay due to the coronavirus pandemic, Dr Kershaw's Hospice has officially opened its new state-of-the-art In-Patient Unit.
Manager and owner of Gee Cross-based business On The Move Property Boutique, Annabelle Jardine-Jones, has delivered more computers to local schools as part of their 'Computers For School Kids Appeal'.
Changes to the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) scheme mean that domestic businesses and those who hold a Tameside taxi licence may now be eligible for a one off payment of £1,500.
Meet Selsey, the six-week-old Guide Dog puppy which is being officially sponsored by a Glossop business owner.
Digitl - an eCommerce, marketplace and web design agency headed by Oldham-based entrepreneur Darren Ratcliffe - has secured two new major contracts with Oldham Vending Services and Pure Wall Art.
Belle Vue Speedway is pleased to confirm that Cool Running Rental, the refrigerated vehicle division of Rentruck Rochdale, will retain title sponsorship of the Belle Vue Colts in 2021.
Glossop-based social enterprise The Be Well Partnership has hailed Glossop North End Community Club's planned new facility at its Cemetery Road site as "potentially a fantastic engine of wellbeing".
As part of the easing to lockdown measures, school teachers will be given the flexibility to decide how physical education, sport and physical activity will be provided while following the measures in their system of controls.
The title may be out of reach, in my mind at least, but we can still paint Manchester red this weekend.