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A man is due to appear at Manchester Magistrates court after he coughed at a police officer while claiming to have coronavirus
Here are some recent cases heard by Tameside Magistrates' Court...
The council have thanked business for complying with new Coronavirus measures.
The Tameside Hospital Scanner Appeal has topped £50,000.
An unused site on Hyde Road in Gorton could become a car maintenance shop after a planning application was submitted.
A message from Quest Media Network's Executive Chairman, Chris Bird, to you - our readers, listeners, advertisers and local businesses.
Over 100 cannabis plants have been discovered inside a house in Dukinfield.
Pupils from St Peter’s C of E Primary School in Ashton have been spreading a little cheer during the Coronavirus lockdown.
The outbreak of coronavirus has put all aspects of daily life on hold, with government measures now preventing celebrations and public gatherings including weddings and funerals.
Our very own multimedia journalist Lee Wild visited students at Clarendon Sixth Form College in Ashton recently to talk about his career so far.
As Nothern continues to respond to the coronavirus outbreak, a number of new measures have been introduced today to help protect passengers and staff.
Ashton’s Hindu temple has taken its worships online due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
A Stalybridge man has been jailed for more than three years after setting fire to a local police officer’s personal vehicle.
Ashton's Waterloo Primary pulled out all the stops last Friday when they came up with a fun-filled 'last day' party before the government-mandated closure.
It’s times like this that always bring out the best in people, and nowhere is that better on show than at Indian Plaza in Audenshaw.
A six-year-old boy was injured after a brick was thrown through a window at a house in Dukinfield while he was asleep in the middle of the night.
A community minded restaurant are doing all they can to help the vulnerable in Mossley during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
*WARNING* This article contains distressing images.
Police are appealing for witnesses as a 23-year-old man is in a critical condition in hospital after being seriously injured in a collision in Stalybridge.
Tameside Council are warning people to respect the social distancing guidelines or face the consequences.
Haughton Green Foodbank are desperately appealing for donations as their stocks run low.
A new homeless shelter in Ashton-under-Lyne, which will house up to 35 rough sleepers, has been approved - despite fears it could lead to an 'increase in prostitution' in the area.
Police are appealing for the public's help to find a missing man from Tameside Hospital.
Police are anxious to trace a missing 52-year-old man who was last seen at Tameside Hospital and has connections to Glossop.
The Friends of Gorse Hall have been left devastated after yet another break-in at the group's container near the Quarry Street entrance.
Mossley SOUP celebrated its 10th event in style recently.
Three young chefs from Droylsden Academy battled it out in the kitchen last week when the school held its annual Masterchef final.
A group of residents say they have been left unable to park outside their own homes, following the opening of the new Tameside Wellness Centre in Denton.
These are some of the recent cases heard by Tameside Magistrates' Court.
Passionate pupils from St James' Primary School in Ashton followed in the footsteps of teen activist Greta Thunberg last week, by protesting about the climate crisis.
With the Coronavirus outbreak dominating the news cycle and daily life, Mother's Day is here to provide a much-needed, welcome distraction this Sunday.
Police are appealing for witnesses as a teenage boy suffered minor injuries after being involved in a collision with a car in Ashton.
A man has been forced to pay over £11,000 after pleading guilty to keeping controlled waste on land at Gartside Farm in Droylsden.
Two people have been arrested after warrants were executed in places across Greater Manchester - including in Droylsden.
Hashem Abedi, who conspired with his brother Salman to carry out a terror attack that killed 22 people at the Manchester Arena, has been jailed.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has issued an important update on public transport amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A mother from Tameside has told how her 12-year-old daughter thought she was "in love" with a man who groomed her online before subjecting her to sexual exploitation.
Denton MP Andrew Gwynne has confirmed that he is self-isolating from home after experiencing flu-like symptoms.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has held the first of his daily coronavirus briefings - here are the key points from his news conference.
A man has been taken to hospital after threatening a parking attendant with a screwdriver in Stalybridge this morning
A Tameside College student with a very personal connection to the Tameside Scanner Appeal is doing all he can to help raise funds for the cause.
The number of people benefiting from a new way of boosting health and wellbeing has more than doubled in Greater Manchester since last year.
We spoke to Dr Kailash Chand OBE as he discussed the threat of coronavirus, what he thinks of fake news, his opinion on the Government's advice and how we can stay safe.
A man in his 80's has died from Coronavirus at Tameside Hospital.
Greater Manchester Police's Tameside South team are holding a surgery for local residents in Hyde on Monday (16 March).
An A-level student at Clarendon Sixth Form College is looking forward to a bright future after being offered a place at Cambridge University.
Stagecoach Manchester say it is still running its bus services to their normal timetables and rigorous cleaning processes continue to take place, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Mayoral and local elections across England have been postponed for one year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Greater Manchester Police has issued fraud prevention advice against scams using the coronavirus as a way to take money from innocent members of the public.
An A-level student at Clarendon Sixth Form College has been accepted onto a prestigious study programme with Oxford University.
Ashton firefighters travelled almost 3,000 miles to provide vital life-saving training and equipment to a volunteer fire service.
Kind-hearted students have presented a cheque for £600 to a local charity.
Tameside Council is holding a drop-in service for owners of empty homes who are looking to bring their vacant properties back into use, either to let or for market sale.
In her latest Reporter column, Tameside Council's Executive Leader, Cllr Brenda Warrington, sings the praises of the new flagship Tameside Wellness Centre in Denton.
From carrying a knife in public and assaulting a police officer to stealing from charity and breaking into a golf club, here's the latest round-up from Tameside Magistrates' Court...
Aldwyn Primary School in Audenshaw will feature on a special Sport Relief episode of Blue Peter this evening (Friday) following their brilliant fundraising efforts for the event.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for a 77-year-old man from Tameside who is missing.
The history of Belle Vue will be recalled during two days of talks, memorabilia, heritage stalls, music performances and activities for all the family.
In his latest Reporter column, Denton MP Andrew Gwynne urges people to remain calm and follow expert advice about the coronavirus outbreak.
The Brooke Surgery in Hyde has taken to Facebook to refute rumours that a patient with coronavirus has visited the practice.
A second case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Tameside.
Upcoming local and mayoral elections should be postponed over the coronavirus pandemic as going to the polls would be 'too much of a risk', a senior councillor has argued.
Former Ashton GP, chair of Tameside and Glossop Healthwatch and Honorary Vice President of BMA, Dr Kailash Chand OBE offers advice and guidance following the coronavirus outbreak.
Everyone connected with St Paul's C of E Primary School in Stalybridge is celebrating after a successful Ofsted inspection.
Meet the wonderful staff from Tameside Hospital who are running off the pounds and raising pounds for the £1m CT Scanner Appeal.
An elderly couple from Tameside who have just returned from a holiday in Spain say they can’t get tested for Coronavirus, despite showing all the symptoms.
Work has begun on building a £4 million extension to Hyde Leisure Pool after a contract was signed with the constructors.
One of Tameside's largest charities are looking for those with special skills to help out and become trustees.
High Peak MP Robert Largan and Stalybridge and Hyde MP Jonathan Reynolds met with the Roads Minister, Baroness Vere, in their continuing push to get the Mottram Bypass & Glossop Spur built.
Denton MP Andrew Gwynne has welcomed Transport for Greater Manchester's proposals for the use of new funding for bus services in the region.
Coronavirus, business rates, taxes and infrastructure for the future - there was plenty to interest us all in the anticipated first Budget of 2020.
Services were held at churches throughout Tameside to celebrate World Day of Prayer 2020.
Portland Basin Museum in Ashton is hosting a free drop-in event this weekend to mark the end of British Science Week.
Tameside Hospital was once again chosen to fly the flag for the entire NHS as nations and institutions across the world celebrated Commonwealth Day on Monday.
People flocked to Mossley Methodist Church last week for Fair Ted's Community Big Brew, as part of Fairtrade Fortnight.
Lord Sugar would have approved as St Damian’s students were put through their paces in an Apprentice-style competition to design new business plans for the future.
Stalybridge Motorcycle Club held their annual charity 'Rock Nite' at Dukinfield Town Hall last Saturday night.
Cats, dogs, ponies and even tortoises were among all creatures great and small blessed at a pet service at St Mary’s in Newton, Hyde last Saturday.
A flood warning has been issued for parts of Tameside after heavy rains today
People are being urged to join in with a clean-up of the Ashton Canal and help keep Tameside tidy.
Mossley-based carnival arts company Global Grooves are celebrating after securing their share of over eight million pounds of funding.
Tameside has had its first case of Coronavirus.
A new panel that will accelerate gender equality across Greater Manchester and enable women and girls to live their best lives has been announced to mark International Women's Day (March 8).
A special memorial service is being held in Audenshaw this weekend for parents and relatives who have experienced miscarriage, death of a baby or the loss of an infant.
A team of budding young reporters got plenty of hands-on experience last week during a visit to the Tameside Reporter and Radio offices!
Huge crowds enjoyed an amazing atmosphere and community spirit at the Northern Lights Tameside Winter Carnival and Lantern Parade in Stalybridge last Saturday.
Bus passengers across Tameside are being encouraged to take part in a major consultation on how Greater Manchester's bus services should be run.
A mother-of-one from Dukinfield is excited for a happier and healthier future after changing her habits to shed more than five-and-a-half stone.
Tom Mothersdale as Richard III
The story of two Tamesider's who have spent much of the last 8 years changing the lives of street children in Kenya.