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A 'very, very overstretched' Greater Manchester Police will be increasing its presence in light of tighter lockdown restrictions across the region.
Police have stepped up patrols at Audenshaw reservoir on Friday afternoon (31 July), after receiving intelligence that a large illegal gathering had been planned.
A beloved coffee and wine bar are left counting the cost after every single one of their weekend reservations cancelled in less than 24 hours.
A cyclist is warning against riding alone after she was pushed into the canal in Ashton by a gang of youths.
If you lived in Hyde, Haughton Green or Denton, the notorious 'Kingston Stink' had long been the bane of your life whenever there was a heatwave.
History enthusiasts are being invited to join Tameside-based Carnival arts company, Global Grooves, in a new Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) project entitled Cotton Culture.
Mossley Town Council is planning to revamp its website to bring it up to date with news and events in the town and make it more accessible to users.
Greater Manchester Police have confirmed that they’re pursuing all available options as part of an ongoing investigation into the huge car meet that took place in Denton earlier this month.
With major sporting events cancelled this summer due to Covid-19, Anchor's Hatton Grange care home in Hyde decided to put on its own tournament.
Willow Wood Hospice is introducing a booking system at their distribution centre.
In her latest recipe, our baker Lisa Burns has another light and delicious treat for you to make and enjoy at home.
Fifteen-year-old Daisy lives in Mossley and attends Saddleworth School, and writes for the Reporter and Chronicle...
The nation celebrated the Queen's Silver Jubilee with street parties on a scale not seen since the Coronation in 1953.
A driver is understood to have escaped without any serious injuries after a white Hyundai flipped on to its roof on Mottram Moor in the early hours of Friday morning (31 July).
Local MP Andrew Gwynne toured the Tibard Uniforms factory in Dukinfield earlier this week.
Arsonist Paul Ryder torched a mattress at a property in Dukinfield, Tameside magistrates were told.
MP’s across our region have reacted to Greater Manchester being placed under stricter coronavirus measures.
Six-year-old Enya Krool has been presented with a Citizen's Award by Denton and Reddish MP Andrew Gwynne.
Time has finally been called on the former Penny Farthing pub after plans to demolish the building and build four semi-detached houses on the site were unanimously approved.
School crossing patroller Janice Lamont has hung up her lollipop stick for the final time after very nearly 20 years of service at one Ashton primary school.
Plans to demolish the existing care home at Emmanuel Court, on Henrietta Street in Ashton, and build a three-storey apartment block of modern affordable flats for the over-55s have been approved.
Matthew Moreland must carry out 80 hours unpaid work for offences of drink driving and taking a vehicle unlawfully.