News published August 2014
Get Oldham Working launches Festival of Work
Oldham Council is running a two-week Festival of Work to showcase the employment opportunities on offer in the borough through its Get Oldham Working initiative.
Council consults on Council Tax Reduction Scheme 2015/16
Oldham Council is asking for residents’ opinions and views on the Council Tax Reduction scheme for 2015/16.
Jumbo payout boosts support for residents
Oldham Council is set to help residents on the road to a new career thanks to an airport windfall.
Free school meals on track for thousands of Oldham pupils
Thousands more Oldham children are set to enjoy tucking into free school dinners next term.
Find out about history on your doorstep at this year's Heritage Open Days
Oldham Council is inviting residents to learn more about the local history all around them as part of this year’s Heritage Open Days.
High standards maintained in Oldham GCSE results
Pupils in Oldham have maintained high standards following the publication of today’s GCSE results (Thursday, August 21).
Oldham Council prosecutes flytipping caught on camera
An Oldham resident is counting the cost of flytipping after being caught on camera illegally dumping waste.
Oldham beats national average for A-Level results
Oldham students are celebrating their A-Level success with early indications revealing the borough has bucked the national trend.
Winners announced for golden photography competition
The winners of Oldham Council’s well-received Bloom and Grow Photography Competition have been announced.
Peace flag flies over the Civic Centre
An Oldham Peace Flag is now flying over the Civic Centre.