COVID-19 cases in Oldham begin to decrease following targeted intervention in hotspot areas

CASES of coronavirus are continuing to plateau in Oldham, with the two largest hotspots recording steep falls.  In the last seven days to August 29,…

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Oldham Council announces ‘voluntary redundancies’ as part of cost-cutting measures

FURTHER cost-saving measures are being implemented at Oldham Council, to tackle a funding gap of £30m in the current financial year. Due to a £215m reduction in…

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Oldham care home for children receives damning Ofsted report

By Charlotte Green – Local Democracy Reporter A CARE home where children set a bedroom on fire, use cannabis and demonstrate ‘extreme aggression’ when demanding…

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Your Town needs you: Help Oldham mark 75th VJ Day Anniversary

RESIDENTS are invited to share their photographs, nostalgia and artwork to help Oldham commemorate Victory over Japan Day. Saturday 15 August marks 75 years since…

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Oldham Council submit plans to create independent-style food hall

Oldham Council has submitted plans to transform a historic town hall space into an independent-style food market. Situated in the Egyptian Rooms of the landmark…

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‘Stay safe and act responsibly’ – Oldham Council speak and act following fire at Dovestone

Oldham Council and its partners are urging people to act responsibly when visiting Dove Stone Reservoir and the countryside above the borough. It comes after…

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