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News for Tameside

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Apartments proposed for former Reporter offices
Plans are back in the pipeline to convert the former Reporter newspaper offices in Stalybridge into apartments. Initial proposals to convert the office building, which has been empty for a number of years, into ten one and two bedroom apartments were rejected by Tameside Council planners because of the lack of a report concerning land […]
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News for Glossop

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Can you help little Marnie get the therapy she needs?
A Glossop Mum is crowdfunding to help get her little girl the intensive therapy needed to maximise the functionality of her paralysed right arm. Parents Nancy and Scott Mcwilliam first noticed something was wrong when Marnie, now aged 18 months, was roughly 6 months old and only using her left arm to reach for things. […]
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Mill hit by arson, suicide and vandalism will be knocked down
An Oldham mill where there have been 250 emergency incidents in just three years – including arson, serious injury and a suicide – is to be bulldozed as councillors brand it a ‘death trap’. By Charlotte Green, local democracy reporter. The Grade Two-listed Hartford Mill will be knocked down and replaced by homes under proposals […]

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