More needs to be done to encourage Metrolink passengers to wear face coverings to allay ‘nervousness’ around returning to public transport, says Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham.
Local authorities should be responsible for new government schemes aimed at getting furloughed staff back into work and providing jobs for young people, according to Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham.
Greater Manchester's coronavirus infection rate and the number of daily hospital admissions has fallen in the last week, according to new figures.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a raft of new emergency measures to meet the "profound economic challenges" ahead in his summer economic update in the House of Commons.
Here are the latest figures from Public Health England, NHS England and the Office for National Statistics of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in Derbyshire, Tameside and Oldham.
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An equine-transport business in Hyde has been getting ‘cheeky’ in the name of charity, by releasing a special calendar in aid of mental health organisation MIND.
Dukinfield’s Astley Sports Village has been offering up to 30 online free fitness classes a week during lockdown.
Willow Wood Hospice has received a Special Recognition Award from the High Sheriff of Greater Manchester.
Ashton MP Angela Rayner has visited a Droylsden community hub to meet volunteers who have been supporting vulnerable residents throughout the coronavirus crisis.
Willow Wood Hospice’s much-loved Midnight Wander sponsored walk is back once more following an overwhelming vote.
A personal trainer from Stalybridge has raised more than £6,000 by walking a marathon a day – all to help a local family get their son a new wheelchair.
You can now pick up a copy of The Tameside Reporter from St John’s and St George’s Churches in Mossley.
Mossley Foodbank are appealing for donations.
The Whaley Bridge constituency office of High Peak MP Robert Largan has reopened this week.
Glossop-based Dark Peak Music has been unable to stage its popular concerts during the coronavirus lockdown - but on Sunday it's doing the next best thing.
A bid to build 38 homes on a parcel of grazing land in Whitfield has been given the thumbs down by residents.
Planners are poised to give the final seal of approval to a campsite on Glossop's Cemetery Road.
A book all about Glossopdale parents talking openly about their varied experiences during lockdown is helping to raise vital funds for a local charity.
Dr Kershaw's Hospice is appealing to the Oldham community to help stock their Royton and Shaw shops with non-clothing donations from Monday (13 July).
Furious councillors have deferred a controversial planning decision, after the council included a wrong date in a letter to residents.
Oldham Council has submitted plans to transform a historic town hall space into an independent-style food market.
Plans to replace two 1970s-style run-down tower blocks with modern apartments and townhouses in the heart of Oldham have been revealed.
A woman in her 20s required hospital treatment after being pulled to the ground and punched three times by a man in an early-morning attack in Alexandra Park.
We spoke to Dukinfield Town FC manager Adam Ridings about his involvement with the club, the aims and objectives for next season, fundraising for the NHS, and plans to one day compete in the North West Counties League.
In today's chat with BetFred's Peter Spencer, we talk about hot prospect Mason Greenwood, the Champions League ties, this weekend's Premier League fixtures, and much more.
Glossop North End secretary Dan Bates says the club is embarking on a new era.
In the absence of proper training due to the ongoing restrictions, Tameside School of Gymnastics members have been keeping fit by taking part in a charity event to raise funds for the club.
Hyde Cricket Club will travel to Chester Boughton Hall to contest the Danny Woods Trophy on Saturday.
Daddies Escape Running Club have embarked on another huge challenge - this time to raise funds for the the Running Bee Foundation and the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
Pubs and restaurants opened last weekend as part of the Government’s latest relaxation to lockdown measures.
Emirates Old Trafford is delighted to announce that it has been selected by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), alongside the Ageas Bowl, as the two venues that will host England Men’s international matches behind closed doors later this summer against Ireland and Pakistan, following the two Test series with West Indies in July.
With the ever changing nature of the coronavirus outbreak and the measures being enforced to ensure a safe return to society, the future of school sport could change dramatically and competitions could be thrown into doubt.
Ashton United manager Michael Clegg has continued to build his squad ahead of the 2020/21 season.
The tables were turned when the former YTS boy and his one-time boss met up to celebrate a big birthday.
Life has been anything but a 'Fairytalez' these last few months for sisters Lynn Holt and Angela Day, who run the wedding boutique of the same name on Melbourne Street in Stalybridge.
Since 1997, Glossopdale Furniture Project has supported the community of the High Peak by providing low-cost, affordable furniture to individuals and families in need.
Ashton-based law firm Bromleys has promoted two more members of staff as part of its career pathway initiative.
The residential property department at Glossop law firm Davis Blank Furniss has reported it's now handling nearly the same number of transactions as it was before the government suspended viewings in March and the housing market subsequently stalled.