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UPDATE: 8 year-old Tarleton schoolgirl confirmed dead in 'terror attack' at Manchester Arena

Preston
Flowers are left in St Ann's Square, Manchester, the day after a suicide bomber killed 22 people

Lancashire shows solidarity with Manchester bomb victims

News
The RMT has suspended planned strike action following the Manchester bombing

Rail strikes suspended following terror attack

Crime
Georgina Callander

Friends pay tribute to “beautiful girl” killed in Manchester Arena bombing

Crime

Vigil in Preston shows support for bombing victims

News

Man arrested in connection with terror attacks at Manchester Arena

Crime

Preston mum tells of horror after witnessing 'terror attack' aftermath at Manchester Arena

Crime

Victim’s mother lays first flower at village vigil to youngsters lost in terror attack

Your lancashire

MANCHESTER BOMBING: Everything we know so far

Crime

Is commercialism so bad?

Blaise Tapp
Photo Neil Cross
The vigil on Preston's Flag Market in support of the victims of the Manchester bombing
Evie Marie Smith, eight, who was at the concert, with her mum Sharna

Vigil in Preston shows support for bombing victims

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Old Tram Road in Walton-le-dale near Preston

Appeal after axe robberies

Crime
The RMT has suspended planned strike action following the Manchester bombing

Rail strikes suspended following terror attack

Crime
Isis have claimed responsibility for the atrocity

Islamic state claim responsibility for Manchester Arena suicide bombing

Your lancashire
PHOTO : DAVID HURST
Labour Leader of Preston Council, Councillor Peter Rankin

Preston to hold vigil in support of Manchester bomb victims

Crime
Fans leave the Park Inn hotel in central Manchester, England Tuesday May 23 2017.

Manchester attack: How you can help – wherever you are

Crime
Georgina Callander

Friends pay tribute to “beautiful girl” killed in Manchester Arena bombing

Crime

Lancaster student, 17, relives Manchester Arena explosion

News

Chief constable pledges support to people of Manchester

Crime

Bishops attack Manchester bombing as “barbaric beyond words or belief.”

News

County church opens for special prayers for bomb attack victims

Chorley
The RMT has suspended planned strike action following the Manchester bombing

Rail strikes suspended following terror attack

Crime
19 people have been killed in a suspected terrorist incident

Northern rail service changes following suspected terrorist incident at Manchester Arena

Transport
The motorcyclist suffered serious injuries

Man suffers 'serious' leg injuries after crash in Penwortham

Transport

WATCH: Moment super car crashes in Fulwood

Transport

Rollercoaster ride comes to abrupt halt in middle of road

Offbeat
Lloyds Bank mobile branch bank

A new era of mobile banking branches

Lifestyle
The RMT has suspended planned strike action following the Manchester bombing

Rail strikes suspended following terror attack

Crime
Lightnings past and present

Lightning strikes twice at aero site

Business
Kieron Jones, Lee Hardacre and Alison Burns from Lawrence Hunt, Penwortham head office, with a cheque for Baby Beat Appeal

Lawrence Hunt and Co donates to Baby Beat Appeal

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New licensee Mike Hales and his manager Curtis Lunt at the newly refurbished Top Lock Pub in Wheelton.

Popular pub The Top Lock in Whittle-le-Woods will focus on cask ales

News

Work begins on £8m Barton Grange leisure complex including cinema

Business

Police boss talks of the difficulties over Fylde fracking

Business

Financial firm donates to Chorley MS Group

News

Bag a bargain ahead of St Catherine’s memory walk

News
With the General Election looming we begin a week-long look at our constituencies by focusing on the prospects for Preston

GENERAL ELECTION: Five throw their hats into the ring to represent Preston

Politics
The Light Foundation is holding a meal for all faiths.

Muslim group holding meal to break down religious barriers

Preston

Prestonians rush to register right to vote

News

South Ribble Council investigation into taxi leak is slammed

South Ribble

Who should I vote for?

News

Latest polls show Labour cutting gap on Conservatives

Politics

School prays for bomb victim Georgina

Education
Greg Dunnings in Afghanistan

Troubled Preston school brings in the army to help pupils

News
Whittingham Asylum

Rise and fall of Britain's largest mental asylum

Education
How much would your give your kids to get good grades?

Exam-taking youngsters pledged £205 average in gifts for good grades

Offbeat
Ripley St Thomas pupil Luke Wilkinson has been awarded at place at Sir James Dyson's new undergraduate Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Luke’s dream chance to train with inventor

Education

Total smoking ban at hospital sites

Health
Derek Caren and Sue Moore

Mental health ‘A&E’ house opening in Coppull

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Louise Dewhurst, cancer awareness nurse with Cancer Research UK

Nurse aims to deter cancer with lifestyle tips

News
The Flatlanders play a charity night at Claughton Village Hall for Kidney Research

Claughton village band night raises thousands for research

News
Blackpool beach has received a Blue Flag for the second time. Picture from Blackpool Council.

Blackpool awarded Blue Flag honour second time

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South Ribble Council Civic Centre, Leyland

South Ribble Council investigation into taxi leak is slammed

South Ribble
Police and anti-fracking protesters at Kirkham Police Station

Police boss talks of the difficulties over Fylde fracking

Business
Whittingham Lane

Slurry pit is refused due to smell risk

News

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed the name of the suspect suicide bomber as Salman Abedi, 22.

Offbeat
Northern Rail will cancel planned strikes

RMT suspends strike action on Merseyrail, Northern Rail and Southern Rail

Offbeat
The scene at Manchester Royal Infirmary as the death toll from the Manchester bomb attack rose to 22 with 59 injured

Plea to blood donors after Manchester concert blast

Offbeat
1995 library filer of Chris Moncrieff. Photo by Peter Smith/PA

Stormy times are here again

Opinion
Aasma Day

The Internet is a perfect platform for the bitter and twisted

Opinion

Ad breaks are no longer enough

Opinion
Nicola Adam, Group Editor

Sticks and stones are preferable

Opinion