CHILDREN in Cambodia will soon be playing with toy sets donated from Radcliffe and Ainsworth, thanks to a charitable family.
A THIEF who targeted a park lodge has been jailed after failing to heed a court warning.
A FAMILY whose beloved dog went missing almost a year ago are not giving up hope of bringing her home.
A NEW pet shop is opening in Prestwich next week, creating 13 jobs for local people.
A DECISION is set to be made next week on whether to demolish Radcliffe Civic Suite.
TWO war heroes have today been honoured with the unveiling of a memorial plaque at a Bury bank.
AN ILLEGAL "bed in a shed" in Prestwich was demolished after town-hall bosses got tough on a rule breaker.
SCHOOLS in the borough are facing a "huge hole" in their funding, Bury Council has warned.
A HEADTEACHER has rejected claims that her Prestwich school has banned boys from gathering in groups of three or more.
BURY is home to the UK business of the year – Barista Cafe Bar.
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DEAN Chisnall admits that having played the most famous ogre in showbiz for five years, he'll have a genuine sense of mourning when the curtain comes down on the final performance of Shrek The Musical in a couple of weeks' time.
THREE teenage girls braved the rain last weekend to complete a charity run for Help for Heroes.
LABOUR and Conservative councillors accused each other of having their "heads in the sand" during a debate on the Boxing Day floods at last week's council meeting.
A WHITEFIELD nursery is celebrating after receiving another 'outstanding' rating.
A FREE weekly run at Burrs Country Park has been hailed as a huge hit after celebrating its one year anniversary last month.
THE imaginatively named Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra are returning to Bury for their first headlining gig.
A GREAT-GRANDMOTHER has celebrated her 104th birthday surrounded by generations of family.
A BURY accountants brought together a collection of local businesses to raise £900 for charity Annabelle's Challenge.
FLOOD victims have the chance tomorrow to get answers on the Boxing Day disaster that hit thousands of people across the borough.
A round-up of people who have appeared in court in Bury.
COUNCILLORS have resolved to crack down on rogue landlords who are exploiting their tenants.
THOUSANDS of Bury families are living in fuel poverty, resulting in an estimated 100 extra deaths every year in the borough during winter months.