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Detectives investigating the death of a man in Oldham last month have released an image of a man they wish to speak to in relation to a disturbance in the moments before he was fatally stabbed.
Tons of rubbish has been removed from Oldham's streets as the borough got behind Keep Britain Tidy's Great British Spring Clean campaign.
Seven people have now been charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of father-to-be Charlie Elms in the Limeside area of Oldham last month.
The equivalent of one in eight people in parts of Greater Manchester is now waiting for hospital treatment.
Thousands of parents in Greater Manchester are missing out on vouchers which Marcus Rashford successfully lobbied the government to expand.
Oldham's Henshaw Street electrical substation has been chosen for a complete makeover as part of a larger transformative project.
Cases of Covid-19 are continuing to rise in Oldham with the most infections are occurring among children and teenagers, as bosses warn we 'can't afford to blow it'.
Proposals to redevelop a former spinning mill site in Oldham and build 98 affordable homes have been given the green light by the local council.
Oldham has been awarded more than £24m in government cash to fund four town centre regeneration projects, including the relocation of Tommyfield Market.
Oldham College is celebrating after achieving Great Place to Work Certification.
The RSPCA is reminding dog walkers to keep their pets under control after a lamb was found bleeding from the throat on Marsden Moor in Saddleworth.
Four more people have been arrested by detectives investigating the fatal stabbing of a father-to-be in the Limeside area of Oldham last month.
Greater Manchester - including Tameside and Oldham - is to get a "strengthened package of support" in order to help combat rising cases of the Delta variant of coronavirus in the region.
Chiefs are planning works to deal with a £40 million maintenance backlog across buildings and schools in Oldham.
Officers are urging the public to think before dialling 999 for non-emergency matters and report them online, following another weekend increase of calls.
Neighbourhoods in Oldham are seeing Covid-19 cases rise, while the virus remains suppressed in areas of Saddleworth and Shaw.
New boundaries are being proposed for council wards in Oldham Council.
Environment Agency Area Director Lesley Worswick looks back over the last month and shines the spotlight in her column this time on the increasing problem and cost of waste crime, explaining how the public can play their part in helping to tackle it.
Hospital volunteers have received new scooters to help transport patients around The Royal Oldham Hospital - naming one Madge after the character from British sitcom Benidorm.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and dangerous driving after a police vehicle was damaged when it was deliberately driven into 'several times'.
Den Lane in Springhead has been made a 20mph zone, with local Lib Dem councillor Sam Al-Hamdani taking advantage of coronavirus legislation to get the speed limit on the road changed.
Plans to build a new Aldi store as part of a new business park in Oldham have prompted outcry among residents.
An affordable home in a new £7.9m development in Oldham is a 'dream come true' for a family stuck sharing one bedroom through lockdown.
An international charity, which is run by people in Mossley and Saddleworth, is appealing for urgent support.
After Erin’s mum was cared for at Dr Kershaw’s, back in 2018, she signed up to volunteer at the Hospice to make a difference to others as the volunteers did for her mum.
Proposals to build a 'flagship' five-storey apartment block with a roof garden in Oldham have been lodged with the town hall.
Plans to demolish a derelict Victorian mill in Oldham and replace it with a block of flats are dividing neighbouring residents.
Four Oldham charities have been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
A fourth person has been charged as part of an investigation into the death of 25-year-old dad-to-be Charlie Elms, who was fatally stabbed in the Limeside area.
Bosses in Oldham have bought the leasehold of a shop in the Spindles shopping arcade for £300k.
Councillor Ken Berry has been unanimously re-appointed as Chair of Shaw and Crompton Parish Council for 2021/22.
Travelshops and bus stations in Oldham will be taking part in a paperless timetable pilot.
Two teenagers have been charged as part of an investigation into the death of 25-year-old dad-to-be Charlie Elms, who was fatally stabbed in the Limeside area.
Eligible businesses in Oldham who have not yet applied for discretionary grants are being urged to submit an application before it's too late.
Saddleworth's newest councillors have been embracing the Great British Spring Clean by sprucing up their local area.
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham was 'irrational' to support bus franchising when a partnership with operators was 'simply abandoned' by transport bosses, a court has heard.
An Oldham College electrical apprentice has powered his way to an ‘exceptional performance’ at the Sparks Magazine Learner of the Year 2021 final.
Two men have been arrested and another charged as part of an investigation into the death of 25-year-old dad-to-be Charlie Elms, who was fatally stabbed in the Limeside area.
Residents living in a privately rented home in Oldham are being urged to take part in a council survey.
A 13-year-old girl has been selected to receive the Pride of Manchester Teenage of Courage Award for her incredible fundraising efforts.
The girlfriend of a father-to-be stabbed to death in Limeside has paid tribute to a "caring and loving person" who was "always the loudest and happiest in the room".
Police have revealed that a group of men armed with knives and machetes got out of a vehicle before causing damage to a property when providing an update on a murder enquiry in Hollinwood.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority acted 'irrationally' by holding a public consultation on bus franchising during the Covid-19 pandemic, a court has heard.
Oldham's volunteer heroes of the hills have taken delivery of a brand new £65,000 control vehicle after a mammoth fundraising effort.
A man, who admitted to stealing a woman’s handbag in March last year after she had withdrawn money from a cash point, has been jailed.
Innovative ace fundraiser Steve Hill MBE will be pounding the streets of Oldham to raise funds for needy children in Uganda.
A man and a woman have been arrested after a man was stabbed to death in Oldham.
Fourteen people were arrested and over £7,000 worth of Class A drugs were seized by Greater Manchester Police in a crackdown on organised crime gangs exploiting children and vulnerable adults.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority was 'unlawful' in relying on an assessment of the 'cataclysmic' impact of Covid-19 on its bus franchising proposals, a court has heard.
Twenty years ago, Oldham was shaken by one of the worst race riots witnessed in Britain.
A murder investigation is under way after a man has been stabbed to death in Oldham.
A long-awaited report into the 'potentially disproportionate' use of police powers against ethnic minorities in Greater Manchester is due to be published almost a year since it was first expected to be released.
Plans to demolish a 116-year-old mill in Oldham have been approved, paving the way for nearly 100 homes to be built in its place.
Oldham's new council leader has pledged to clean up the borough and 'listen more' to local people in her first official speech in the top role.
Councils across England are likely to start legal battles to claw back 'millions' in unpaid taxes, thanks to a 'landmark' ruling by the Supreme Court.
Major works to create a new access road to the new Saddleworth School have begun.
Businesses forced to close during the national lockdown can now apply for a Restart Grant to help them reopen safely as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Oldham Council leader Cllr Sean Fielding reflects on 2019, discusses the current state of play in the borough and looks ahead to what's to come in 2020 in his New Year message to residents.