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Greater Manchester Police is still struggling to work through a backlog of domestic abuse incidents caused by the introduction of the controversial iOPS computer system.
More than £24 million has been approved for new cycleways and footpaths across Greater Manchester – including improvements at one of the region's 'most dangerous' junctions.
A deputy manager of a Hyde nursery has received a well-deserved community award for going above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ashton's catholic churches have outlined further plans to open for masses as well as private prayer from next week.
Bev Livesey has retired after working in the Cardio-Respiratory Department at Tameside Hospital for some 45 years!
Three young men were left with serious injuries following a brutal and unprovoked attack when they were walking in the Clayton Vale area.
A drug driver has been banned from driving for 18 months after being found to be just under twice the legal limit for cannabis and three-and-a-half times over the limit for cocaine.
Greater Manchester communities blighted by knife crime and serious violence will be given a greater say on what can be done to prevent incidents happening.
Bosses have agreed to pay more than half a million pounds to a leisure trust to help it stay afloat while the pandemic forces pools and gyms to remain closed.