Delph business donates equipment to help hospitals in fight against Covid-19

A DELPH-BASED business has donated more than £40,000 worth of cutting edge water quality monitoring systems to UK Nightingale Hospitals to help in the fight…

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Wildlife returns to Marsden Moor a year on from devastating fire, but threats persist

RARE ground-nesting birds and mountain hares whose habitats were destroyed during a devastating fire last year are returning to Marsden Moor. Short-eared Owl, in flight,…

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Back on track? Council chief gives support for re-opening of Diggle Station

A CAMPAIGN to re-open a Saddleworth station that has been closed for more than half a century is gathering pace. Oldham Council leader Sean Fielding…

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Dame and fortune – dare you miss Duncan’s panto trip down memory lane

WHO remembers Christopher Cullen in Coronation Street? Probably only the keenest of soap infatuated fans can recall Chris was a 16-year-old paperboy who worked in…

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Delph company Inclusive Technology wins top award for virtual reality classroom equipment

INNOVATIVE virtual reality equipment for students with unique educational needs has helped make a Delph-based tech company’s dreams of winning a top international award come…

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