Keep up to date with the latest news stories from Oldham.
Latest News Stories from Oldham.
- Two men arrested after police find 120 cannabis plants in house during drugs raidOfficers stormed the property on Wednesday morning
- Fugitive kitchen trader Vance Miller still owes £2million in ill-gotten gainsMiller was behind kitchen firms trading mainly in Oldham and Rochdale.
- Armed police called to Stockport suburb after reports of a teenager with a gunFirearms officers attended the scene but there was no sign of the teenager.
- This stinking 6ft pile of rubbish was dumped at an Oldham beauty spot"It's a disgrace that some people think they can get away with dumping rubbish and litter on our streets."
- This 'happy and lively' three-year-old boy died suddenly - and his family might never find out whyAbdul Haadi Mubarak passed away on 16th October 2018 - but an inquest couldn't conclude how he died
- Police chases, raids and picking up litter - what coppers in Tameside have been up to this weekCurtain twitchers may have noticed a sudden influx of police on Tuesday morning
- National Offer Day 2019: When are primary school places announced and how do you appeal?Parents across Greater Manchester find out where their child has been offered a primary school place this week
- Every Ofsted result for Greater Manchester schools published in MarchFind summaries of Ofsted inspection reports for schools in Salford, Leigh, Wigan, Bolton, Manchester, Rochdale, Stockport, Cheadle, Accrington, Hyde, Ramsbottom, Radcliffe, Ashton-under-Lyne and Altrincham
- How a war of words over housing erupted between the mayor and ministersAndy Burnham brands ministers ‘dishonest’. Government tells him to ‘take responsibility’. Five years after the devolution deal was signed, times have moved on
- Bin lorries and police block off supermarket ahead of '2Rude2Cruise' car meetHundreds of people are expected to attend the 2Rude2Cruise event on Sunday
- While leaders squabble, patients suffer - special report on health care in Stockport“Chief executives have come and chief executives have gone, but the friction continues.”
- More than half of children in parts of Greater Manchester have been living below the breadline - how bad is it in your area?In one neighbourhood of Salford more than half of children are living in poverty - see how bad the situation is in your local area using our exclusive gadget
- Huge queues at Piccadilly Records as collectors enjoy Record Store Day 2019The first pair of music fans arrived at 6.30am on Friday morning, more than 24 hours before the sales began.
- Failsworth road infrastructure approved for £35m developmentA new road and roundabout will be built at land off Roman Road, bounded by the M60 motorway to provide the infrastructure for a massive redevelopment in Failsworth
- Royton's Carnegie library could become a restaurantPlanning chiefs in Oldham have also agreed to demolish two ‘unsympathetic’ 20th century extensions to the Victorian town hall and library