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Preston’s baby death numbers shock

Preston
Victim Jonathon James Plum

Newlywed dad-to-be in court charged with manslaughter of St Annes businessman

Crime
Jakki Smith and her partner John Bulloch

Legal test case begins of grieving woman suing the government

Crime
A pair of black and white Blitz Fire Power 10oz gloves with the name Mick written on them that were stolen form a vehicle in Haslingden.

Police issue appeal following theft of ‘treasured’ items

News

OAP fell at hospital protest - but had to be taken 15 miles to another hospital

Health

Landmark hotel to shut in August

News

Little Eyvie 's big chop for Little Princess Trust

News
John Farden at the Eiffel Tower in Paris having cycled 300 miles in memory of his son in law Ric Clarke

Keeping our Ric’s legacy alive with Paris cycle

Penwortham
Dash footage of the M55 chase

Driver clocked at 125mph in M55 fast lane

Crime
Breck Road

Town braced for month of road closures

Transport
Tag Lane at the junction of Oaktree Avenue in Ingol. Picture: Google

Update: 82-year-old seriously hurt after smash in Preston

Transport

Biker who died in road crash named by police

Transport

Police appeal after girl falls off motorbike

Transport

Train to steam into centre of Preston

Whats on
A police car that was rammed in a pursuit from Kirkby to Preston. A motorist was arrested.

‘On the run’ driver pursued to Preston

News
Victim Jonathon James Plum

Newlywed dad-to-be in court charged with manslaughter of St Annes businessman

Crime
Jakki Smith and her partner John Bulloch

Legal test case begins of grieving woman suing the government

Crime
A pair of black and white Blitz Fire Power 10oz gloves with the name Mick written on them that were stolen form a vehicle in Haslingden.

Police issue appeal following theft of ‘treasured’ items

News

City’s secrets of law and disorder

News

Hunt for thug who stole pensioner's purse

Crime

Drunk thief returned to shop three times

Crime

Youngsters warned about deadly trespass dangers

Preston
Scouts received the Chief Scouts Gold Awards certificates, presented by Andrew Corrie, the North West Regional Commissioner (second from left back row)

Scouts achieve their biggest honour yet

News
Getting active at Rainbow House

Summer club for disabled children

News
Tracy and Michl Kohl from West End Impact and Emma Hamilton, with Chris Beckett and pupils from Trumacar Primary School with their contribution to a special colouring book to inspire Team GB athletes.

Schoolchildren’s colourful take on the Olympics

Education
Bumper celebrations marked the tenth anniversary of the Preston East Children's Centre.

A bumper birthday party for closure threatened Children’s Centre

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Vicki Thornley's class  winning the Cycling Trophy  for St Peter's CE Primary School with the first headteacher Mrs Dow and Mr Simpson the sports teacher who is still there.
Vicki is second left on the front row

School was so like a family that ex pupils send their own children

Education
Emma Currie, right, and Scarlett Heyes who are going to the Paralympics in Rio after their school - Woodlea Junior in Leyland - won a competition through Sainsburys Active Kids Paralympic Challenge, a programme that encourages young people to take part in Paralympic sports.

Girls on their marks for Rio Paralympics

News
Internationally renowned conductor John Rigby  has been made an honorary  doctor by Edge Hill University

University’s new honorary doctorates

Education

“Detectives” seek Pendle Hill clues

News

Castle is venue for new production of “Wind in The Willows”

News

Preston student’s university project impresses Corrie bosses

TV

Market stall boss is a first-class act

Education
SUPPORT:  The new group is luanched

New Lancashire pro-shale group launched

Business

SPAR company adds another 30 stores

Business

MP queries pub closures

News

Call for Fylde to join county’s strong business voice in region

Business

Driver clocked at 125mph in M55 fast lane

Crime
SUPPORT:  The new group is luanched

New Lancashire pro-shale group launched

Business
Preston City Council organised a Pedalfest in Avenham and Miller Parks. Muaz Mahmud delights in crossing the cycle ride finishing line.  PIC BY ROB LOCK 24-7-2016

Wheely good fun at Preston PedalFest

Whats on
Land off Grasmere Avenue, Leyland, which is set to get houses built there

Plans for 160 homes are set to be allowed

News
Rigby Jerram plotting field  boundaries for the Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership Scheme. (Photo by M.Wright)

“Detectives” seek Pendle Hill clues

News

Preston’s green spaces win Green Flag Awards

Environment

Lancaster MP abstains from ‘ludicrous’ Trident vote

News

Bay tunnel survey sheds light on 300 million year history

News
A Generic Photo of a baby sleeping

Preston’s baby death numbers shock

Preston
John Farden at the Eiffel Tower in Paris having cycled 300 miles in memory of his son in law Ric Clarke

Keeping our Ric’s legacy alive with Paris cycle

Penwortham
82-year-old Joan Carpenter from Chorley, is treated by medics for a broken hip outside Chorley A&E where she was protesting the department's closure but she was taken 15 miles to an A&E in Preston.

OAP fell at hospital protest - but had to be taken 15 miles to another hospital

Health
A Generic Photo of a baby being breastfed.  Picture credit PA Photo/thinkstockphotos.

Breastfeeding challenge for new mums across Lancashire

Health
Rigby Jerram plotting field  boundaries for the Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership Scheme. (Photo by M.Wright)

“Detectives” seek Pendle Hill clues

News

When the Bay City boys rolled up at the city’s Guild Hall

Music
Bay City Rollers at the Guild Hall

When the Bay City boys rolled up and turned the town tartan

News
Workers at Leyland Trucks gather to welcome the Comet

Company is still trucking on after 120 years of production

News
How technology could help predict terrorist attacks

How technology could help predict terrorist attacks

Offbeat 2

UK drivers commit 25,500 fuel thefts a year

Offbeat
Is your dog overweight?

Is your pet overweight? Over half of dogs and cats are

Offbeat

Sticks, bug hunts and stargazing - 50 things kids should do before they turn 12

Offbeat