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We spent £60 on the posters. Managed to do a few but we’re doing as much as we can out side of working hours

yeah his mum is devastated. They’ve come up several times over the last 2 months to help us find him.

yes I wish he was chipped. As far as I was aware he could have been tracked down with this locator we had that Diana got but we soon found out that it was pretty useless but of equipment. The tracker wouldn’t pick him up anywhere in the village and only had a 300m radius on it. If I would have known about that I would have made sure he was chipped.

He’s never been an outdoor cat really do it was completely unexpected when he didn’t come home. He never goes out that much and when he does he only stays around the garden and the house

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The hugely anticipated tram stop at Exchange Square opened on 6 December. 

After a year of construction it is now open and passangers are making full use of this new tram stop!.

Passengers can now benefit from a six-minute daytime service between Shaw and Crompton, Oldham and Exchange Square from Monday to Saturday, with a less frequent service on Sundays. As well as running through Manchester Victoria so helping feed the pedestrian traffic flow through onto more trams. 

Councillor Andrew Fender, Chair of the Transport for Greater Manchester Committee, said:

“This is great news for the city and Metrolink passengers and is yet another major Metrolink project delivered on time and on budget.

“Ultimately, the Second City Crossing will allow Metrolink to run more frequent and reliable tram services through our expanding city and across Greater Manchester.

“More people right across the region can look forward to the Second City Crossing bringing better access to jobs, shops, culture and leisure.

“Getting the Exchange Square stop up and running weeks before Christmas is a significant achievement – and one that would not have happened without European funding to fast-track the work.”

 Councillor Jim McMahon, GM Transport Lead and Oldham Council Leader said:
“The start of a six minute service is fantastic news for Oldham residents and will provide them with even better access to work and leisure opportunities across Greater Manchester.

“The more frequent service also provides residents from elsewhere in the region even more opportunity to visit Oldham either for shopping in our town centre, full of a mix of high street and unique independent retailers, or for leisure in our brand new leisure centres or one of our fantastic parks.”

 

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Manchester Idols Rock The Apollo

Noel Gallagher and Johnny Marr both took to the stage at the Apollo in Ardwick for the Radio X Roadshow on 2 December.
The two legendary Mancunians took to the stage for a crowd of 3500 eager fans.

Johnny led the show singing classic tracks like Easy Money and Candidate with the occasional Smiths anthems like There Is A Light That Never Goes Out as the crowd sang back at him with smiles on each of their faces.

To end the night, the main act was Noel Gallagher, who saw his first gig. The Damned, at the Apollo when he was 13.

He played hits off his two solo albums, from the rock riff filled tune Riverman to his indie love song If I Had A Gun.

Inbetween his solo tracks he slid the occasional Oasis song in, Half The World Away and Champagne Supernova being just two of the six Oasis indie anthems he played.

For the whole night the crowd reacted enormously to these two world class acts.

I spoke to a fan outside the venue, Gary Saville, 47, Stalybridge: “Tonight was one of the best gigs I’ve been to in a while.

Seeing Oasis and The Smith’s songs played live with my daughter who never got to see the two bands play was amazing.

The highlight of the night for me was definitely There Is A Light That Never Goes Out.

They are undoubtedly just as big as they were back then”.

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pages for decade proposal

There will be twenty pages of content alongside ten pages of adverts without our magazine.

We feel like twenty pages of content will lead to us all to do four pages each on our chosen topics, allowing us to showcase our talent.

We are examining the 90’s and it is a promotional offer which is a little quirky with this edition.

The 1990’s edition for 90p

Where normally it would be £1

It will be released in a physical format to combat elements which will be on the internet and a physical form is much more traditional and would commit itself to norms of the magazine industry

But with an online presence in the form of a Twitter account, which will allow us to interact with your audience and get more reach wider audiences maybe from retweets and a WordPress account which will feature insights into articles on the next edition, giving the readers a taste of what’s to come so it will wet their appetite and therefore buy our magazine.

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DO AN EXTRA 71 words on Ted

(Flyers have been posted around the town but despite their best attempts they keep getting ripped down. Recently Alex and Ella have gone door to door with over 1500 flyers to keep Ted on peoples minds and hopefully get him back before Christmas.
There are a collection of heartwarming videos on youtube where you can see how sweet and playful Ted is as he plays innocently in a box please see http://www.youtube.com/tamesideeye/ted.

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A family pet cat has been missing for two months in the Greenfield area of Saddleworth.

Ted, a four year old British blue short hair has been the Huzar’s family pet for three years and went missing on 7 October 2015.

Since the beginning of October there have been six cats reported missing in the Saddleworth area.

He has distinguishing features, he does not look like the cats you see on a day to day basis. He has a short hair coat which is grey and he looks very fluffy, he has chubby cheeks and piercing bright orange eyes. However as he has been missing for two months now he may look thinner and fragile if seen on the street.

The last sighting of Ted was around Berry Brow, which is five minutes away from the Huzar’s house off the private road of St. Mary’s Drive.

Ted lives with Alex, 21, and Joe, 23, Huzar who are brothers and Ella Clarke, 19, Alex’s girlfriend. Diane and Stephen Huzar are living in London at the moment for work but are deeply saddened by Teds disappearance.

There had been a few sightings of a cat that met Teds description in the middle of October around Grayson Way, which is fifteen minutes away from Teds house. However Alex and Ella set up a cat trap the day after they heard news of the sightings, but there was no luck.

Shortly after this Greenfield encountered some torrential rain and gale force winds, Alex Huzar said: “Before we knew it it was bonfire night so we suspect that someone has taken him in. Probably a resident around the street where he was last seen.

“Our biggest fear is that Ted has been taken and they don’t want to return him as he is so beautiful and docile.

“We didn’t put a tracker on him because he has never been outdoorsy. He’s only been going outside for the past year, so it’s a new experience for him.

However after the bad weather we think around bonfire night somebody took him in as we haven’t heard of any sightings since”.

The family told us that he has never scratched anybody and is very relaxed cat. He likes sleeping and sitting in the washing machine and boxes, aswell as pushing things off shelves. Diane Huzar added: “We can’t have ornaments around as he just swips them off for the fun of it”.

Flyers have been posted around the town but despite their best attempts they keep getting ripped down. Recently Alex and Ella have gone door to door with over 1500 flyers to keep Ted on peoples minds and hopefully get him back before Christmas.

There are a collection of  heartwarming videos on youtube where you can see how sweet and playful Ted is as he plays innocently in a box please see http://www.youtube.com/tamesideeye/ted.

If you see any cat which matches Ted’s description do not hesitate to contact Alex Huzar on Facebook/ ring 074151329.

 

 

 

 

 

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Officers from Tameside South have been dealing with a number of incidents in the Audenshaw and Denton Area this afternoon as the result of high winds. Please stay safe tonight and make sure anything that could blow around and cause damage to property particularly vehicles is secured or locked away.

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Police are keen to speak to a man as a potential witness after a man died in Tameside.

On 20 Friday November 2015 a 43-year-old man died in non-suspicious circumstances at Tameside general hospital.

Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to as part of their investigation, as he may hold information about the circumstances leading to the man’s death.

Detective Sergeant Steve Lovatt of Tameside division said: “I want to stress that we want to speak to the man pictured in the CCTV as a witness only, as he may be able to help us to piece together how the man died.

“If you are this man, you are not in any trouble; we would just like to speak to you. Please get in touch with police.”

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0161 856 9240 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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Four men broke into a house in Oldham and knocked a woman to the ground.

At around 2.30pm on Tuesday 1 December 2015, the 63-year-old woman was watching tv in her home on Delph Lane when the men opened the back door of her house.

They claimed they were police officers and were checking houses to make sure they were okay. They searched the house and when the victim realised they were taking personal property, she tried to intervene and was knocked over.

All four men then left, taking jewellery, a Territorial Army medal, wedding rings and a gold St Christopher chain and pendant.

One man is described as being dark skinned, clean shaven, dark eyes, 5ft 8in tall, thin faced, wore dark clothing, black leather style cap, spoke English but addressed the other men in an unknown language.

Another male was dark skinned, 5ft 8in tall, had dark greasy hair that was combed across to the side, dark eyes and of thin build.

A third man was white, 6ft tall, in his early 20s, of broad build, had chubby cheeks, blue eyes, wore light blue jeans and a light grey puffer jacket.

Detective Constable Kelly Bragg said: “The woman is understandably distressed by what happened, these men walked into her home uninvited and she was completely powerless to stop them from stealing her personal property.

“I would ask anyone who may have information as to who these males are or where her possessions are to contact us. The items are not worth much in monetary value but to the victim, they are priceless mementos of her life.

“It is also essential to remind people to always ensure all of their doors and windows are locked at all times, even if you are in the house at the time. In addition, please do not let anyone into your house whose identity you are unsure of.”

Anyone with information should phone police on 0161 856 8850 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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