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'Predatory' rapist from Preston sentenced to eight years

Crime
The Sir Tom Finney in Penwortham

Penwortham’s Sir Tom Finney pub set to reopen

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Photo Neil Cross
South Ribble Enterprise Park, Edward Street, Walton-le-Dale

Small firms left in turmoil over shock decision to close business park

Business
Delays have been reported after a two vehicle smash on the M6

Delays after two-vehicle smash on M6

Transport

Appeal to find missing Morecambe boy

News

MISSING: Man may be in Preston or South Ribble

Crime

Funds to weed out Preston overgrowth problems

News

NATIONAL: Girl, 15, raped twice after flagging down driver to help after first attack

Crime
The truck outside Worden Park has been damaged

Leyland Truck Trail attacked by vandals

Crime

Viewpoint: Muslim faith at the heart of Preston life

Police are hunting for a man after a cyclist was critically injured.

UPDATE: Hunt for ‘dangerous’ man after cyclist hurt in crash

News
Mohammed Mukhtar Mahmoudof Osbourne Street, Preston was sentenced for the rape of a woman

'Predatory' rapist from Preston sentenced to eight years

Crime
Old Trafford, Manchester.

Football fans from Morecambe jailed after fight

Crime
Cybercrime investigation

CYBERCRIME: Stories from our campaign

Crime
The truck outside Worden Park has been damaged

Leyland Truck Trail attacked by vandals

Crime
Romance Fraud

CYBERCRIME: The emotional and financial cost of romance fraud

Crime
A hidden threat to us all

CYBERCRIME: How terrorists use the web

News

CYBERCRIME: ‘Online terrorism presents a huge threat to society’

News

NATIONAL: Girl, 15, raped twice after flagging down driver to help after first attack

Crime

MISSING: Man may be in Preston or South Ribble

Crime

WATCH: Daredevils filmed scaling Blackpool Pleasure Beach's the Big One

Business
Delays have been reported after a two vehicle smash on the M6

Delays after two-vehicle smash on M6

Transport
Police have put a contraflow in place on Preston New Road after protesters staged a carnival

Decision to deliver rig at 4am was Cuadrilla's

Environment
The 19-year-old man suffered leg injuries in the accident at Squires Gate Lane and St Annes Road which did not involved any other vehicles.

Biker injured at same junction where man died a week ago

Transport
Northern Rail

Rail passenger satisfaction on the rise

Transport

More than 100,000 over-90's still hold driving licences

Offbeat

New petrol and diesel vehicles to be banned from 2040

Offbeat

Train chaos in Lancashire after fatality

News
The Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin costs 9.97

Aldi’s £10 gin is one of the world's best, vote judges

Offbeat
File photo dated 19/12/15 of people walking down a busy street. Experts will be called in to launch a major assessment of migration from the European Union as the Government steps up its efforts to devise a post-Brexit immigration system. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday July 27, 2017. Home Secretary Amber Rudd will commission the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to carry out a detailed analysis of the role of EU nationals in the UK economy and society. See PA story POLITICS Brexit. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Lancashire business chiefs welcome migration study

Business
Cybercrime investigation

CYBERCRIME: Stories from our campaign

Crime
Romance Fraud

CYBERCRIME: The emotional and financial cost of romance fraud

Crime
A hidden threat to us all

CYBERCRIME: How terrorists use the web

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Cybercrime - terrorism

CYBERCRIME: ‘Online terrorism presents a huge threat to society’

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The Sir Tom Finney in Penwortham

Penwortham’s Sir Tom Finney pub set to reopen

News

Small firms left in turmoil over shock decision to close business park

Business

***WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES*** ASDA withdraws own brand nappies after baby 'left blistered'

Health

Chart-toppers set to Vamp it up at Slimefest

News

WATCH: Daredevils filmed scaling Blackpool Pleasure Beach's the Big One

Business
The campaign to lower the voting age has been gathering momentum

Can Preston pioneer voting age changes?

News
An impression of the development at Lostock Hall

Decision date set for disputed Lostock Hall housing bid

News
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Ilyas Esmail, Saeed Atcha, Sofia Begum-Ali and Sara Suleman at Jamea Masjid mosque on Clarendon Street, Preston with a small portion of the  food they have collected for the Salvation Army food bank

Half of children who need food banks are under age of 11

Education
Photo Neil Cross
Chorley Hospital reopening of the A&E department
Mark Pugh, Medical Director

Fears Chorley hospital accident and emergency unit to close by October

News

Fake ‘metal detector’ at city museum to highlight situation in Middle East

Preston

Lancashire County Councillor quits Tory party in intimidation row

News

Top of the Tanks at Tatton Flower Show

News

PNE planning meeting tickets 'sold out'

News

UCLan lecturer Bill is ‘happy not to be famous,’ as he works with celebrity names

Education

Dancers lock in funding to perform at Fringe Festival

News
L  R : Professor Mark E. Smith Vice-Chancellor, Rt. Hon. Alan Milburn, Chancellor, Professor Sarah Allinson, Lancaster University, Nigel Lanceley, Chair NWCR and Alastair Richards, CEO, NWCR.
NWCR made a Benefactor at Lancaster University

Cancer research charity honoured by Lancaster University

Education

Nursery expansion plans in Clayton-le-Woods blocked at unanimous vote

Business

Golden boy Will Fothergill, 12, from Chorley floating after jump-tastic success

News

Is a normal life too much to ask for battling Faizan?

News

Vandals barred from reservoir in Heapey

News
A seven year old whose has a new kidney has unleashed a fresh lease of life has spent the weekend competing in the British Transplant Games in Scotland.
Harrison Roach from Chorley was born with very rare genetic disease affecting the growth and development of his kidneys and liver.
It was not until two years ago that the seven year old was able to have a transplant and he was thrilled to be taking part in the games.

Athletes’ victory in transplant games

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Andy and Kathryn Maxfield, from Inskip, are planning to break the Guinness World Record for driving from John OGroats to Lands End on a lawn tractor, while also raising money for Alzheimers Society.

Lawnmower world record attempt arrives in Preston

News

Vandals barred from reservoir in Heapey

News
Aerials 2013
Former Layland Truck Test Track Aston Way, Leyland

Thumbs up for 850 new homes at former Leyland Test Track site

News
Police have put a contraflow in place on Preston New Road after protesters staged a carnival

Decision to deliver rig at 4am was Cuadrilla's

Environment
Osborne Drive play area

Two children’s play parks in Chorley given a facelift

News

Are you a parent who hates the school holidays? Here's how to make them fun

Offbeat
The Original (1st Generation) iPod was introduced in 2001

Apple's ditched iPods no longer core as music moves to phones

Music
Do you ignore dash lights?

Is your driving secretly damaging your car?

Offbeat
Murray wrote: "For those asking, YES I felt it!

TV presenter keeps her cool as spider crawls down her arm during live broadcast

Offbeat
Aasma Day

Money making at the school gates

Opinion
Should office dress be smart?

Black is new black at work

Opinion
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Summer fun in sunny Spain

Opinion
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Bad times ahead for future OAPs

Opinion