Four men have been charged following the hit-and-run in which two girls died in Oldham on New Years Eve.Read the full story ›
Oldham Council found themselves in a "Boaty McBoatface" situation after asking the public to name a new gritter machine.Read the full story ›
Fatima Bibi, 36, said she begged the masked intruders to spare the life of her child as they ransacked the house in a horrifying ordeal.Read the full story ›
Michael Gavin and Sarah Jane Joyce were last seen with their two young daughters on 17th February at Manchester Family Court.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn hailed the Oldham by-election win as a "vote of confidence in our party" as Jim McMahon held the seat for Labour.Read the full story ›
A missing 14-year-old girl is feared to be in Spain with a 37-year-old man, who is wanted for her abduction.Read the full story ›
A 14-year-old boy was tied up and threatened with a machete by burglars when he was home alone.Read the full story ›
An organised crime group behind a £20m scam to defraud major retailers out of goods have been sentenced.Read the full story ›
Oldham chairman Simon Corney has indicated that manager Paul Dickov's job is safe - for now.
Speculation was rife that the Scot, who led the Latics to a stunning 3-2 win against Premier League side Liverpool in the FA Cup yesterday, faced the sack this morning due to the club's miserable form in League One.
Corney told BBC Breakfast: "I think Paul's okay for the time being.
"Paul and I have a great working relationship and Paul puts pressure on himself.
"If you lose seven out of eight games (in the league) then you're going to be under pressure.
"Hopefully this will be the kick-start and we won't be talking about Paul's job again."