A run-down ravine in Kirkholt, a Rochdale housing estate, has been transformed into a tranquil green space by three community
‘We just do trainers’: What’s it like inside a distribution warehouse during the coronavirus pandemic?
COVID-19 crisis has thrown the back-office operations of many sportswear companies into plain view, as reports of their failure to enforce social distancing continue to surface.
Between 2015 and 2019, Manchester City Council recorded a consistent rise in reports of rat infestations, which more than doubled in the five-year period, growing from 469 to 1058.
Andy Burnham has said that a week after the first peak in coronavirus cases was declared nationally, Greater Manchester is passing through its own peak.
Interview: Rochdale-born footballer David Buchanan talks life in lockdown, helping out his local community and his decision to furlough
Rochdale-born professional footballer David Buchanan talks to MM about life during lockdown, helping out his local community and his decision to furlough his wage.
‘Selling trainers + fashion not essential’: JD bosses ‘putting lives at risk’ in cramped Rochdale warehouse
JD has been urged by retail worker union Usdaw to close their Rochdale warehouse, in order to protect their staff from the spread of COVID-19.
‘Where were they?’: Gran of tragic Victoria Agoglia breaks down as report into care failings published
Joan Agoglia broke down in tears as she described her granddaughter’s injuries at a press conference to mark the publication of a review of Operation Augusta.
Operation Augusta: GMP apologise to Greater Manchester child sexual exploitation victims for failings
After findings in the GMCA report into child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester in the early 2000s showed authorities to be at fault, GMP have issued a statement.
General Election 2019: Tony Lloyd admits Labour faces ‘profound issue’ as he holds onto seat in Rochdale
Labour’s Tony Lloyd held onto his seat in Rochdale in a rare positive result for the Labour party in their traditional northern heartlands.
Whilst the result was never in doubt for Labour’s Tony Lloyd at the last general election, the big story from the Rochdale constituency was Simon Danczuk standing as an independent candidate following his dismissal from the Labour Party.
‘Life changing’: Plastic Patrol brings free paddle boarding cleanups of British waterways to Rochdale
Plastic Patrol, a non-profit charity seeking to clean up Britain’s waterways and raise awareness of single use plastic, is bringing its project to Rochdale.