Oldham's Squad Strengthener, the fund that was originally established by the late Nigel Marland, is still proving invaluable in the recruitment of players.
Keighley Cougars have parted company with head coach Craig Lingard ahead of Oldham's visit to Cougar Park in a Betfred League 1 game on Saturday evening, kick-off 6.30pm.
Oldham have announced a dual-registration agreement with Betfred Championship side Leigh Centurions which starts immediately and runs to the end of the season.
Nearly 200 staff and students from Blue Coat School took part in Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
Dramatic art journey revealed in Whitaker Gallery exhibition
Labour has today announced that climate change will be a core part of the curriculum from primary school onwards. The announcement comes on the same day that the UK Climate Strike Network hosts more school strikes across the country.
Lancaster-based poet Benjamin Guilfoyle is lacing up his walking boots for an epic 125-mile hike from Lancaster to Brighouse for his first big poetry tour for charity.
Gallery Oldham’s newest exhibition, ‘From Waterloo to Peterloo’ explores the many stories linking Oldham and its people with the historic events of Peterloo.
Councillors have elected a female duo as their civic leaders for the first time in Oldham’s history.
Students from Oldham, teachers, representatives of Oldham Council and the Department for Education, architects and construction leaders joined together today to officially mark the beginning of the construction of Oldham’s newest secondary school.
At the local elections on 4th May, voters in Oldham bucked national trends, increasing Labour’s majority on the council by one following the additions of Ruji Surjan in Coldhurst, Muhammed Alyas in Medlock Vale and George Hulme in Saddleworth North, where Labour won for the first time ever.
Here are this weekend's cricket fixtures.
Join Oldham Library for an action-packed week full of information and activities to celebrate Dementia Action Week until 26 May.
Greswell Primary School, Denton, will represent the borough at the Lancashire Cricket Finals after winning the Tameside competition.
An event for National Smile Month, attended by The Worshipful Mayor of Oldham, took place at Oldham Library encouraging residents to learn how to look after their oral health.
The BBC have filmed scenes for a new comedy series in the Northgate pub in Oldham.
Nominations are now open to celebrate the achievements of Oldham’s children looked after and care leavers.
Gallery Oldham invites you to show your artwork as part of an exciting exhibition taking place in September.
Bosses are proposing to scrap local democratic committees in Oldham and give their powers to individual councillors.
Oldham is set to appoint two women as its new Mayor and Deputy Mayor for the first time in the borough’s history.
The Diggle Blues Festival is back this June celebrating its tenth year in the village.
A thousand children are born a year with brain damage in Greater Manchester because their mums drank while expecting – now health bosses have launched a pilot to end the ‘hidden epidemic’.
Scott Naylor spoke of his side's "first-half excellence" in his post-match media interview about Oldham's 34-18 win over Coventry Bears.
Betfred League One: Oldham 34-18 Coventry Bears
Premier Division Royton and Woodhouses, both winless before Saturday, met at Medlock Road knowing that one of them would get off the mark. It was Woodhouses who did it in style.
Police are appealing for anyone with footage or images of yesterday’s violence in Oldham during the Tommy Robinson election event to contact them.
A dedicated and determined team of young boxers have raised more than £3,500 for Dr Kershaw’s Hospice.
Oldham’s UKIP branch are celebrating following the local elections, having only relaunched as a party locally in January.
Talented pupils from Oldham’s Music Centre are celebrating thre‘e-major’ successes.
Lyceum Theatre Oldham ends its 90th Anniversary celebration with a classic birthday party comedy.
Strummercamp is back for the May Bank Holiday Weekend bringing a wealth of talent and entertainment.
Here are this weekend's cricket fixtures.
Handbagged, with its sharp humour and biting wit, was warmly welcomed to the stage at Oldham Coliseum this week.
You don’t have to be flush with money, but you may need to spend more than a penny if you are interested in this potential business opportunity.
Magistrates have told irresponsible residents who thought it was okay to let others clean up their waste to pay £18,209 in fines and costs.
Charities and community groups in Oldham are being supported with thousands in grants from the town hall to help promote ‘community cohesion’.
Oldham boss Scott Naylor will face a selection dilemma when he picks his 17 to face Coventry Bears at the Vestacare Stadium on Sunday (3pm) in the Roughyeds' first Betfred League 1 action for three weeks.
Nominated for three Off West End Theatre Awards and based on the novel by Melvyn Bragg, with a musical score by Howard Goodall (composer of West End hits Bend it Like Beckham, Love Story), British musical The Hired Man brings foot stomping rhythms and soaring choruses to Oldham this summer.
Oldham Library is hosting the ninth Health Awareness Day for local residents on Saturday, May 18.
Over the last five years Oldham Council has awarded more than £146,000 to support 50 businesses thanks to the Shaw, Lees and A62 (Failsworth corridor) Business Improvement Grant schemes.
The next Mayor of Oldham has been named as the wife of the councillor due to take up the chains of office before losing his seat in the local elections.
A death-trap Greater Manchester road where a person is killed or seriously injured every year on average is to be made safer with nearly £1m of government funding.
Faced with misogyny, abuse and anger – councillors in Oldham say May’s local election was the worst they’ve ever fought.
Parents and residents are being asked to have their say on £3.4 million plans to expand an Oldham school.
Oldham Netball Club is celebrating after its Under 16s were crowned National Clubs Champions.
Coventry Bears come to the Vestacare Stadium on Sunday (May 19, 3pm) buoyed by a terrific 41-30 win at home against Workington Town, one of the pre-match favourites for promotion.
The weekend’s action in the GMCL started on Friday with the Premier T20 but the rain had a say in some of the games locally with Woodhouses; Heyside; Greenfield and Royton all falling victim.
Looking smart for the big occasion in their former Oldham RLFC kit -- a gift from the club -- the year 10 lads of Saddleworth School won through to the National final with an outstanding 14-12 win against the renowned St John Fisher School of Wigan in a semi-final played in Warrington.