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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.
Council bosses have approved plans to demolish two iconic tower blocks in the heart of Oldham.
Oldham Community Leisure is offering a full month's complimentary health and fitness membership to recognise the fantastic efforts of volunteers in Oldham during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Three men have been arrested following an incident in Oldham during which a police officer was stabbed and another was spat at.
The Northern Care Alliance NHS Group - which provides hospital and community healthcare service in Oldham - is inviting the public to join a virtual meeting.
A woman was taken to hospital after falling when walking down from the historic Pots and Pans in Saddleworth.
A man has been arrested in connection with a hit and run in Oldham which left a woman fighting for her life in hospital.
A Chadderton couple's wedding dreams came true after an Oldham hospice helped to organise their big day in the space of just three days!
Two new apartment blocks will be built in Oldham after contentious plans for a shop in one building were dropped by the developer.
A woman is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a suspected hit and run in Oldham.
Police are looking to trace the next of kin of a man from Oldham.
A young foster carer from Oldham is encouraging others to consider a career in fostering as under 25s in England face bleak employment prospects as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite current restrictions, Gallery Oldham and Oldham Local Studies and Archives are continuing with the annual Oldham Histories Festival which runs until this Sunday (20 September).
Oldham residents are being invited to remember those who are in their thoughts during the festive period when Dr Kershaw's Hospice hold its annual Light Up a Life service - which will be a virtual event this year.
Oldham Council is assessing the need for a crossing point for a major route through a Saddleworth village, amid increased calls from two parish councillors.
Saddleworth Palestine Women's Scholarship Fund are planning to hold a socially-distanced autumn fundraiser next month.
Police are appealing for the public's help to trace the next of kin of an elderly man from Failsworth.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was assaulted by a man while she was out jogging on Saturday morning (12 September).
Determined Steven O'Neill is aiming to raise funds for The Christie charity by taking part in the annual Manchester to Blackpool bike ride on Sunday.
A primary school pupil from Oldham preparing to head back to the classroom has spoken out about the need for people to maintain social distancing, wear a mask and keep washing their hands to keep NHS staff, patients and communities safe.
Alexandra Park Junior School in Oldham is steadily adjusting to a 'new normal' after returning for the new academic year.
Conservative councillors in Oldham and Saddleworth have praised the government for its "unprecedented intervention in supporting our hospitality sector" following the conclusion of the 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme.
Officials from Oldham Council have moved in a bid to stop fly-tipping at the aptly named Crime Lane.
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.