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A special quilt has been unveiled at Tameside Hospital to mark Global World AIDS Day.
A hospital car parking scheme that was predicted to make more than half a million pounds a year for the town hall has instead generated just £7,000.
Three men from Tameside have been jailed after a series of arson attacks, related to an ongoing criminal dispute involving the supply of cannabis.
Terry Waite CBE will be visiting Mossley next week to take part in the Emmaus Christmas Concert fundraiser at St George’s Church.
Plans for 300 new homes in Droylsden have moved a step closer after home-building company Taylor Wimpey completed the purchase of the 20-acre former Robertson’s Jam Factory site for £15m.
A woman has been jailed for life after being found guilty of stabbing her partner to death at their home in Dukinfield.
An event designed to educate and support the community to improve school readiness saw children have fun while learning.
Stagecoach Manchester is asking for residents to send their historic images of Ashton, to be part of timelines and a digital book.
A number of people across Tameside and Oldham have received fines and bans for driving offences after appearing before Tameside magistrates recently.
A drop-in session is being held in Ridge Hill tomorrow (Wednesday) on the future of Greater Manchester’s bus services.
A one mile walking ‘plog’ at Portland Basin saw four black bags of landfill collected consisting of 83 plastic bottles, 30 glass bottles and 224 tin cans.
The RSPCA are appealing for information after a man was caught on CCTV kicking a cat on a street in Audenshaw.