An investigation was launched after seven babies and three mums died in two Greater Manchester maternity units in just eight monthsRead the full story ›
Events manager Rebecca Creamer from Oldham questioned the leaders at the debate last night on the problems young people face. The 25 year old was concerned about, jobs, housing pensions and having to pay for previous generations mistakes. Rebecca thinks her generation are 'getting a raw dal.' Surprisingly the answer she got might just change the way she'll vote next month.
The Trust is always keen to learn and to improve care. We commissioned a review by experts from outside the Trust to look at the details of a small number of maternity cases at our hospitals.
We are now considering that report and are developing a number of actions as a result to make some improvements to ensure we continue to provide the best quality of care for our patients.
We deliver 10,000 babies each year and would like to reassure families about the safety of maternity services at our hospitals, but if any expectant mother has a concern they can contact their designated midwife to discuss this.
Seven babies and three mums have died in two Greater Manchester maternity units in just eight months – sparking an independent investigation.
Bosses at Royal Oldham and North Manchester General hospitals called in outside experts to review the departments in light of the 10 tragedies.
It is understood the deaths took place between December 2013 and July last year – with four babies and two mums dying at Oldham, and three babies and one mother dying at North Manchester.
When she was 12 Samantha was raped by eight different men, a decade later only one of them has faced justice.Read the full story ›
A soldier who was attacked whilst he was out jogging in Oldham has posted pictures of his injuries from his hospital bed.Read the full story ›
Police say an elderly man in Oldham is "living in fear" after being targeted and robbed by thieves for the fourth time in two weeks.Read the full story ›
Two women have been arrested following the death of a man in Oldham. Police were called to a house on Littlemoor Lane at one o'clock this morning to reports that a man had been injured. The 55 year old was later pronounced dead at the scene. Two women, aged 34 and 54, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are being questioned by detectives. A post mortem will be carried out later to establish the cause of death.
I want to offer reassurance to the community that we have made quick arrests following this man’s death and, at this stage, we are not currently looking for anyone else in connection with this incident.
A deer found shivering in a freezing cold canal has now been released back into the wild. The roe was discovered in water near Chew Valley Road, in Greenfield, near Oldham, by a member of the public a fortnight ago.
Rescuers found she was shaking, lethargic and handed her over to the RSPCA for treatment. After recovering at one of the charity’s wildlife centres in Nantwich, she has now been released back into the wild. And as the video shows she was raring to go!
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A man jailed after grooming girl for sex on Facebook. has been jailed after he had sex with an underage girl in Oldham.Read the full story ›