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Kane Kennedy.

Morecambe dad guilty of murdering his baby son

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Phillipa Campbell's muim and brother at her grave. Phillipa was killed at the age of 19 in a crash after her sports car was driven by a friend who had been drinking and was speeding.

DRIVE FOR JUSTICE: ‘Was Phillipa only worth two-and-a-half years?’

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Heysham Power Station

Gas alert at Lancashire nuclear plant

Business

Fivers with Jane Austin engraving could be worth £50,000

Offbeat

Pervert jailed for sex attack on girl, 13, in Preston park

Crime

LATEST: Over 100 firefighters called from across Lancashire to battle blaze in Altham

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No prison for £90,000 thief, who witnessed Tunisia beach shootings and has post traumatic stress

Bamber Bridge
Williams Lane, Fulwood

Student robbed of equipment worth £2K

Crime

LATEST: Over 100 firefighters called from across Lancashire to battle blaze in Altham

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Police are appealing for witnesses

Man in induced coma following Blackpool collision

Transport
Drivers should expect delays due to a broken down vehicle.

One lane closed on M6 Northbound between junctions 27 and 28

Transport

Readers hit back at plans to reduce traffic

Preston
Police are appealing for witnesses after a crash on the promenade.

Appeal after pedestrian injured on zebra crossing in Morecambe

Transport
Drivers on this route should expect delays

One lane closed after accident on M6 Northbound (Junctions 36-37)

Transport

UPDATE: Elderly man who was walking on motorway escorted to safety by police

Transport

UPDATE: Elderly man dies after being hit by Mini

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Section of M6 to stay closed for roadworks

Lancaster

Elderly man suffers bleed on brain after being hit by transit van

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Kane Kennedy.

Morecambe dad guilty of murdering his baby son

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One of the 19 foot inflatable figures outside Black Bear Computers in Lancaster, a snowman, was vandalised and has to be repaired before it can be inflated again.

Giant snowman goes pop after yobs strike

Crime
Christine Massaro

Thieving warden who stole nearly £45k avoids jail

Crime
Police tackle vehicle offences in Clayton-le-Woods

Police tackle vehicle offences in Clayton-le-Woods

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Man with links to Chorley and Preston wanted on recall to prison

Crime

DRIVE FOR JUSTICE: ‘Was Phillipa only worth two-and-a-half years?’

News

Updated: Alert after ‘jump’ threat at bus station

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Pervert jailed for sex attack on girl, 13, in Preston park

Crime
Longridge High School earns Secondary Sports School of the Year at Lancashire Sports Awards 2016

Sporting success for high school

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Kathryn, Charlotte and Emily Naylor

‘In so many ways I was lucky to have my mum around at school’

Lifestyle
Williams Lane, Fulwood

Student robbed of equipment worth £2K

Crime
Lessons from Auschwitz - Manchester 15th November 2016

Eerie silence as full horrors of Auschwitz are laid bare to Lancaster students

News

Engineers of the future from Lancaster Royal Grammar School win scholarships

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Once slammed school is improving say inspectors

Preston
DARKNESS: The blackened underpass which parents and children use on the school run

Leyland ‘subway from hell’ puts angry parents in dark

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Cardinal Newman College in Preston closed due to potential gas leak

Education

PICTURES: Lancaster and Morecambe Newspaper Education Awards.

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Steph talks medal joy

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Lancaster and Morecambe Newspaper Education Awards winners and finalists

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LATEST: Over 100 firefighters called from across Lancashire to battle blaze in Altham

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Tech in healthcare panel

Digital health park in Chorley 'one of the most significant business projects for a generation'

Chorley
Bruce Crowther outside St John's Church on the Sunday morning after the floods struck. Photo by Richard Davis.

New home for flood-hit centre

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Santa’s real life little helper

Lifestyle

Keepers of poultry warned to keep birds inside to protect from bird flu

Business

Gas alert at Lancashire nuclear plant

Business
Black bin bags of rubbish and a mystery green "dye"  in a stream off Cottam Lane, Ingol, are creating  a local eyesore  and a possible health hazard, says campaigner Bill McGrath

Mystery of luminous green stream in Ingol?

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Mike Otter near the overgrown ginnel in Farington

Residents fear vandalism as alleyway is set to reopen

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Rod licence money put to good use in county

Environment
MP Lindsay Hoyle being shown the flood prevention work at Euxton Lane

Flood hot spot fix is on track in Euxton

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Lancaster’s 650 space Park and Ride to open this week

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Fracking firm’s benefits pledge to the Fylde coast

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Tesco plans edge closer in Penwortham

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Misery hit Preston residents to have homes repaired after botched energy efficiency work

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Sally Curzon-Smith with Rory

Unsung community hero - Sally Curzon-Smith

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Tech in healthcare panel

Digital health park in Chorley 'one of the most significant business projects for a generation'

Chorley
Prof Fiona Measham

‘We don’t condone drug use - but let us test if yours are safe’

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Garstang Christmas and Victorian Festival.
Pictured are Jo and Lee Birtwistle and their wood baked pizza's.
7th December 2015

The
good
 old
days

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Fulwood Barracks

Don't let this important historic site go

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Kathryn, Charlotte and Emily Naylor

‘In so many ways I was lucky to have my mum around at school’

Lifestyle

Looking Back - Thursday, December 1

Nostalgia
A happy family with well-behaved kids

Signs of success include being happy... and having well-behaved kids

Offbeat 2
People are being urged to check their new fivers after engraved bank notes worth as much as �50,000 were circulated in a Willie Wonka-style 'Golden Ticket' giveaway.

Fivers with Jane Austin engraving could be worth £50,000

Offbeat
The scene in Edlington where two boys were found injured

Brothers who inflicted 'prolonged, sadistic violence' on child victims now free and fighting for anonymity

Offbeat 3
Celery is even less popular than Brussels sprouts

Spuds on top as celery named as UK’s most hated veg

Offbeat 5