This Christmas will be a very different one for everyone. So to make this year a little extra special for children across Tameside and Glossop, we're offering youngsters the opportunity to send Santa a letter, with the best messages winning a prize in time for Christmas.
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To give all of our readers something back, each edition of the Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle will be packed with offers and money-off offers each and every week in the countdown to Christmas - ensuring every edition delivers great value to everyone - just turn to our centre pages this week.
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Oldham Council is launching new business grant schemes to support businesses affected local and national coronavirus restrictions.
Derbyshire's leaders are hoping to come out of Tier 3 Covid-19 restrictions in the next two weeks.
Greater Manchester should move out of the toughest coronavirus restrictions 'as one' but the mayor has not ruled out supporting different arrangements between northern and southern boroughs.
Transport bosses have issued guidance to people using public transport now that Tier 3 restrictions are in place across Greater Manchester.
A rare cactus that needed rehoming has found a new place to live following a Tameside Reporter appeal.
A woman was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the leg during a robbery in Droylsden last night.
Denton MP Andrew Gwynne held a virtual ceremony to present more than 40 of his Citizen's Awards last weekend.
Christmas came early for children at Inspire Academy in Ashton when they enjoyed a visit from some real reindeer.
Police are appealing for information after an excavator was stolen from a cemetery in Glossop.
Glossop has launched its own online Christmas market.
The chair of governors at two Glossop primary schools was among the winners at the first ever St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust virtual awards night.
Milltown Studios in the High Peak is raising money for charity.
Controversial plans to build up to 200 homes on a former quarry site and protected green space in Oldham have been withdrawn by the developer.
Oldham Coliseum Theatre is now airing a short play responding to a festive theme each day on its social media channels, entitled The Advent Plays.
Three men have been arrested after early-morning raids at a number of properties, including in Oldham.
A team of youth workers in Oldham have been given passes for the Metrolink system so they can pursue young troublemakers without needing to wait to buy a ticket on the platform.
Ashton Town Team is encouraging shoppers to 'think small' this Christmas and support local traders - on Small Business Saturday and every day.
Tameside shoppers are being urged to do their bit and shop locally in the lead-up to Christmas this year, as well as support Small Business Saturday on 5 December.
A solicitor at Tameside law firm Bromleys has been recognised for her expertise by an elite global professional body.
Glossop-based specialist glass processor Esquire Glass has secured a £300,000 funding package from NatWest to invest in the growth of the business and navigate further disruption by Covid-19.
In this week's Sports Talk, Mark and Katie reflect on a busy week and continue their gym reopening feature.
In this week's Sports Talk with Betfred's Peter Spencer, we look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixtures between Manchester City and Fulham, and West Ham and Manchester United.
All Northern Premier League league matches scheduled for the 5th and 8th December have been postponed.
Glossop Amateur Swimming Club couldn’t wait to be back at Glossop Pool yesterday (Wednesday).
In the final video of our gym series, we spoke to Olympic Sports Gym manager, Steven Clegg about the excitement surrounding tomorrow's reopening, the investment in new pieces of equipment and a cleaning machine, plus his gratitude towards members for continuing their memberships during a financially difficult period.
In the latest of our gym videos, we went to Lazarus Fitness in Hyde and spoke to owner, Gavin Fyne-Maguire.
Here's the latest video in our gym reopening series. We spoke to Martin Bowman, who owns MBPTStudio in Stalybridge.
Tired of your normal gym routine and need a new challenge? If so, crossfit might just be the sport for you.