A disturbing hoard of potentially dangerous items have been confiscated from students in Tameside, Manchester.Read the full story ›
A young mother from Tameside is slowly losing the ability to play with her children due to an extremely rare, debilitating illness.Read the full story ›
A 34 year old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man's body was found in a flat in Tameside.Read the full story ›
Police were called to a flat in Denton Court on 9 March, where they found the body of 26 year old Lala Kamara.Read the full story ›
People living on an estate in Tameside say they are too afraid to leave their homes at night in case they are attacked with fireworks.Read the full story ›
Next to the furry friends who're playing a big part in helping people with mental health issues to recover.
Noah's Art, based in Tameside, use our four legged friends on psychiatric wards to help deliver art classes, and teach animal welfare skills to vulnerable people. Now, some of those they've helped are running a cafe - along with the support dogs - to fund further work for the project. Our very own furry friend, Adam McClean went along:
More than 100 firefighters from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service are continuing to battle against 'unprecedented' moorland fires.Read the full story ›
Around 50 firefighters are continuing to tackle a large moorland fire in Buckton Vale, Greater Manchester.
Phil Nelson, Group Manager for Tameside and Stockport division of Greater Manchester Fire Service, said:
Approximately 50 firefighters, specialist officers and three wildfire units are tackling the blaze on the moor in very challenging conditions. Our crews are working tirelessly to fight the fire and we are utilising a number of tactics to reduce the scale of the blaze.
“We have a helicopter deployed to drop water in challenging areas that cannot be accessed on foot which is helping to reduce the scale of the fire. We are also working alongside Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service who are fighting the fire on the other side of the moor.
“Firefighter and partner safety and welfare is a priority for us. Conditions are really arduous on the moor and we are ensuring crews are rotated and are given relief breaks.
“I would like to thank all of our crews and partners for all their hard work so far in tackling this challenging incident. We will continue to fight the fire for the rest of the day and into the evening but I want to reassure the public that we are working closely with partner agencies at United Utilities and the Peak District to ensure our crews are tackling the fire in the safest and most efficient way.”
A Chadderton man who sexually assaulted two teenage girls has been jailed - and will be registered as a sex offender for ten years.Read the full story ›
Eight men have been arrested on suspicion of public order offences after fighting broke out at a cycling event.Read the full story ›