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Mind Yer ‘Ed: I felt like Robinson Crusoe, staying connected is vital

As part of our Mind Yer 'Ed series, Ed Seager from Tameside tells us he has a new-found appreciation for the people around him...

Mind Yer ‘Ed: I didn’t feel like it, but did it anyway!

As part of our Talking About My Generation, mental health series: Mind Yer ‘Ed, our Tameside reporter Bob Alston has shared many a walk...

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...

Bleaklow Bomber: the plane wreck that lies in the Peak District

There have been multiple airplane crashes over the North West Pennines, as it is a notorious flight path with its many undulations, particularly in...
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Mind Yer ‘Ed: Enjoy the lovely countryside we are blessed with

 As part of our Talking About My Generation, mental health series: Mind Yer ‘Ed our editor Bob Alston from Tameside talks to us about...

Green manifesto launches for a more active Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester’s health leaders are coming together to support the actions needed to make active travel - whether that’s cycling, walking, skating or using...

My First Job series: From engineering apprentice to teacher

Next up in our 'My First Job' series, our Tameside reporter Bob Alston shares his memories below. What was your first job after leaving...

Bikers ride again to support cancer charity at rocker event

Big-hearted bikers from Tameside held their latest fundraising event that raised hundreds of pounds for Prostate Cancer UK. The riders from the Globe Café in...

It’s National Fish and Chip Day… What’s your order?

Fish 'n' Chips, Chip Supper or Chippy tea is a staple brit takeaway treat, whether you're at the seaside or needing some late-night nosh...

Bikers rev-up support for cancer charity at sixties-themed event

Bikers in Tameside have been showing their support to a cancer charity - raising £400 at a sixties-themed afternoon. The bikers - the Globe Café...
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