By Steve Berry THERE is a word for a car that belies its true nature. It is an alternative to the phrase “wolf in sheep’s…View More Car review: New Civic Type R – a wolf in wolf’s clothing?
By Steve Berry IF you are in the market for a large, family-friendly, hybrid vehicle but really do not want to jump on the SUV…View More Car review: Is new Kia your Optima car?
The iconic Tour of Tameside is returning for its fourth year and has partnered with local and nationwide organisations to support the North West’s newest…View More Tour of Tameside secures major partnerships to support Health and wellbeing foundation
A man and a woman have been arrested in connection with a fraud investigation in Ashton-under-Lyne. In February 2019, a joint investigation by GMP and…View More Two people arrested in connection with fraud at funeral home
Stalybridge market, until its closure 20 years ago, was a thriving hub of the community. The Correspondent would love to hear from stallholders and shoppers…View More Reminiscences wanted on 20-year anniversary of Stalybridge market
Police have released CCTV after a woman was robbed in her home in Ashton-under-Lyne. Shortly after 2.30pm on Thursday 10 January 2019, a man sneaked…View More Police release CCTV after frightening robbery in woman’s home in Ashton-under-Lyne
ENJOY a night of great music in aid of Tameside East Food Bank. The ‘Rock the food bank’ gig will be held at The New…View More Bands to raise roof at fundraising gig for Tameside East Food Bank
STALYHILL has been included in the Sunday Times Top 200 Performing Primary Schools in the UK. Ian Cochrane, chair of governors, described it a fitting…View More Stalyhill named in top 200 primaries in UK
ALAN Pickles is back from his latest trip to Africa where he has been checking on the progress of St Peter’s and St Raphael’s third…View More Education project is going strong in Gambia
FLYING paper planes, making puppets, cakes in the shape of Pudsey Bear and a pinata like a character from Angry Birds may seem like the…View More Millbrook Primary pupils get creative for Transforming Lives for Good programme