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BES Utilities office

Police and Trading Standards raid BES Utilities offices at Fleetwood Town

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Demonstration calling for Chorley Hospital's A&E unit to be reopened

BREAKING: Chorley’s A&E will NOT reopen in August

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A Eurofighter Typhoon

BAE Systems’ solid start to the year

Business

Chorley A&E ‘won’t open for another six months’

Chorley

IKEA shoppers urged to check bank balances after double-charging incidents

Offbeat

Update: Fire in Lancaster city centre

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‘On the run’ driver pursued to Preston

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The Pines Hotel

Landmark hotel to shut in August

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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

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Darla the dog is on death row.

Lancaster family’s fight after police seize treasured pet dog

Crime
Mark Ball

Killer’s appeal bid is rejected

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

‘On the run’ driver pursued to Preston

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Victim Jonathon James Plum

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

Crime

Legal test case begins of grieving woman suing the government

Crime

Police issue appeal following theft of ‘treasured’ items

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City’s secrets of law and disorder

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Hunt for thug who stole pensioner's purse

Crime
Gwynne Furlong (Chairman of the Arts Partnership and Inspire Youth Zone board member), Michelle Graham (Arts/Inspire Youth Worker), Andrew Turner (Chairman of Chorley Group and Inspire Youth Zone), Wayne Carter (OnSide Youth Zones Young Peoples Engagement Worker), Dr Mark Ward (OnSide Youth Zones Project Director and Inspire Board Member), Young people (Inspire Youth Zone Young Peoples Development Group).

Plans for £4m youth zone in Chorley approved

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Jake Heaton (far left) pictures with fellow contestants and judges for the Guitar Star show on Sky Arts.

Chorley teenager could become Guitar Star on hit Sky TV show

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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

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Getting active at Rainbow House

Summer club for disabled children

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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

Girls on their marks for Rio Paralympics

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University’s new honorary doctorates

Education

“Detectives” seek Pendle Hill clues

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

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Gwynne Furlong (Chairman of the Arts Partnership and Inspire Youth Zone board member), Michelle Graham (Arts/Inspire Youth Worker), Andrew Turner (Chairman of Chorley Group and Inspire Youth Zone), Wayne Carter (OnSide Youth Zones Young Peoples Engagement Worker), Dr Mark Ward (OnSide Youth Zones Project Director and Inspire Board Member), Young people (Inspire Youth Zone Young Peoples Development Group).

Plans for £4m youth zone in Chorley approved

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Jake Heaton (far left) pictures with fellow contestants and judges for the Guitar Star show on Sky Arts.

Chorley teenager could become Guitar Star on hit Sky TV show

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BES Utilities office

Police and Trading Standards raid BES Utilities offices at Fleetwood Town

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IKEA shoppers urged to check bank balances after double-charging incidents

Offbeat

BAE Systems’ solid start to the year

Business

Lloyds to shed 3,000 jobs and 200 branches

Business

New Lancashire pro-shale group launched

Business
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

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

Plans for 160 homes are set to be allowed

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

“Detectives” seek Pendle Hill clues

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Preston’s green spaces win Green Flag Awards

Environment

Lancaster MP abstains from ‘ludicrous’ Trident vote

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Bay tunnel survey sheds light on 300 million year history

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Demonstration calling for Chorley Hospital's A&E unit to be reopened

BREAKING: Chorley’s A&E will NOT reopen in August

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Nurses who trained at the old Sharoe Green Hospital from 1976 to 1979.
Angela Fletcher is third from left middle row;  Elaine Stringer is fifth from right back row and Charlotte Allen is eighth from right back row

Nurses send out appeal for a reunion

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Chandra Moorthy of the Tickled Trout hotel learns CPR. The hotel has recently installed a defibrillator

Tickled Trout staff trained to become life-savers

Samlesbury
Photo Neil Cross
Healthcare assistant Sue James has set up a walking group for patients at St Fillans Medical Centre, Liverpool Road, Penwortham, to walk in Hurst Grange park

Sue striding ahead with idea for healthy lunchtime

Penwortham
Nurses who trained at the old Sharoe Green Hospital from 1976 to 1979.
Angela Fletcher is third from left middle row;  Elaine Stringer is fifth from right back row and Charlotte Allen is eighth from right back row

Nurses send out appeal for a reunion

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

“Detectives” seek Pendle Hill clues

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

Music
The best day to have a birthday?

July 28th ‘the best day to have a birthday’

Offbeat
Morrisons cake - salmonella scare

Morrisons recalls children’s party cake over Salmonella scare

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IKEA shoppers urged to check bank balances after double-charging incidents

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Fridge Raiders

Plastic shards found in packets of Fridge Raiders

Offbeat