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Most coronavirus restrictions could be scrapped from July 19

Boris Johnson is expected to announce the removal of most coronavirus restrictions on July 19 despite a recent increase in cases. The decision, named 'step...

Nominate your Greater Manchester health and care pandemic champions

Get ready to cast your votes- nominations for the Greater Manchester Health and Care Champion Awards 2021 are now open. Entering their third year, after...

Thousands ‘go car free’ this Clean Air Day

Thousands of Greater Manchester residents are leaving their cars at home today to mark National Clean Air Day. Walking, scooting and cycling is widely encouraged...

VaccChat: Local businesses to talk with customers about COVID-19 vaccine

Staff from local businesses across Greater Manchester are being encouraged to chat to clients about the COVID-19 vaccine to help reduce misinformation as part...
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Who are you going to call? Scambusters – volunteers supporting GMP in the fight against fraud

Meet the Scambusters: a team of volunteers who give up their time to offer help and support to victims of fraud on behalf of...

Covid-19: What can I do from today?

The easing of lockdown restrictions come into play today, so we're breaking down the new rules for you here. Gathering limits  You can now gather outdoors...

More people in Greater Manchester will walk and cycle post-pandemic

Have you been walking and cycling more as a result of the lockdown? You might not be the only one, as a recent Greater...

This is where each Greater Manchester region gets its name from

Every word has an origin, so where does each region of Greater Manchester get its name from? Bolton Derived from the Old English word bothl-tun, meaning...

A Christmas Truce – the story of WW1 in the trenches

Do you remember the story of the Christmas Truce in 1914 - when soldiers on both sides of the trenches stopped fighting on Christmas...

The rise of the cybercriminal: Older people scammed out of more than £2.4m during lockdown

The pandemic has seen a spike in cybercriminals targeting older people who have been scammed out of more than £2.4m during lockdown due to...
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