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Altrincham restaurant Bistrot Pierre has appointed a new general manager.
A worker at Sainsbury’s in Altrincham has been hailed a hero after saving the life of a three-year-old girl who was choking on a piece of pizza.
An Altrincham company has been included in a new list of the 100 most innovative businesses in Greater Manchester.
Employees at an Altrincham company have been handed a radical new change to their workplace benefits: unlimited holidays.
Raising a toast: Lovingly Artisan teams up with Altrincham Market traders to celebrate National Toast Day
Award-winning artisan bakery Lovingly Artisan is joining with a host of other Altrincham Market traders to celebrate National Toast Day 2018.
Police take action against 17 youths in connection with spate of assaults and robberies in Altrincham
Police have taken action against 17 youths in connection with a spate of recent assaults and robberies in Altrincham.
Here’s the full list of Altrincham roads being repaired as part of a £4m improvement programme announced by Trafford Council.
Smokehouse and BBQ chain Hickory’s is planning to open a restaurant in Hale.
An Altrincham man has been jailed after issuing a string of racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic tweets and sending threats to Greater Manchester Police dog handlers.
Altrincham FC has dedicated this weekend’s league fixture to Football vs Homophobia’s month of action.
Two students from Altrincham Grammar School for Boys have been selected to compete at the UK finals of a science and engineering competition.
St Ambrose College has achieved a unique hat-trick of county titles across the age spectrum.
Parking across Altrincham and the wider Trafford borough is to be slashed – with the return of the 20p rate for half-hour stays.
A Bowdon author has published a poignant account of her father’s experiences in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
A new Italian restaurant is set to open its doors in Altrincham town centre on Valentine’s Day.
A riotous political farce from the pen of the man who wrote classic Seventies sitcoms Rising Damp and Only When I Laugh is up next at the Altrincham Garrick.
Library fines are to be abolished at libraries in Altrincham, Hale and Timperley.
Council buys Graftons shopping centre and says it will “kick-start the next phase” of Altrincham’s regeneration
Trafford Council is aiming to “kick-start the next phase” of Altrincham’s regeneration with the purchase of the Graftons shopping centre.
Nearly one in every 10 properties in Altrincham is worth a million pounds, research has shown.
Altrincham-based entrepreneur Rimi Thapar will undergo a “tense and eventful” pitch on Dragons’ Den this Sunday.