THE Thomas Cook and Co-operative Travel stores in Sale are merging.
Kevin Bryan reviews a selection of this week's alternative music releases on CD and DVD.
SALFORD firm Cubic Modular Systems is relocating to Unit 701 King Park 4, Textilose Road, Trafford Park.
LAST Saturday I was waiting to watch the Vulcan bomber at Davyhulme nature reserve, but unfortunately I fell off my bike and ended up in Wythenshawe hospital.
PARENTS are being given the opportunity to take their children to a series of fun, free pet workshops this summer holiday.
I recently spent time away with a group of people from diverse backgrounds and spiritual beliefs. Over the weekend we explored ways in which we might develop our spiritual well-being, looking specifically at prayer and meditation.
DESPITE not needing roads, it’s likely that the driver of this DeLorean would have navigated the M5, M6 and M60 at least.
THERE will be an antiques roadshow on Friday, July 17 at the Hare and Hounds pub in Timperley,
INLINE Skating champion Jenna Downing visited Trafford this week (July 6) to meet pupils from Flixton Girls School and celebrate the success of the Sporting Promise programme - an initiative encouraging more young people to take part in school sport.
A SALE woman whose garden was partly obliterated by a fallen tree was stumped while finding someone to accept responsibility for its removal.
SMRUTEE Kandale from Sale Grammar school finished first in the national final of the Routes into languages spelling Bee at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.
STRETFORD colleagues are getting out the dentist’s chair and into the saddle to raise money for a charity researching a rare, neurological condition.
MATT Berry fans can look forward to an early Christmas present - he's to play Club Academy in Manchester on December 2.
SINGERS are wanted to join Altrincham Choral Society for a day - under the charismatic leadership of Steven Roberts.
URMSTON teachers surprised pupils at their prom by staging a choreographed flash mob dance to Uptown Funk.
THE Kafkaesque World which Trafford councillors inhabit seems to be flourishing : having built a modern hospital in the centre of town with no adequate parking facilities,they have decided to solve the problem by putting up the parking charges in the vicinity.
TRAFFORD PCSOs will hold community outreach surgeries today, allowing residents to raise any concerns they have with officers.
RAGLAN Road Pre-School in Sale will hold a party to celebrate their 50th anniversary this weekend.
A FIRST World War garden fete held in 1917 at Dunham Massey to raise money for injured troops will be recreated this weekend.