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'Experienced' parachutist dies after Lancashire jump

A man has died following a parachute jump near Lancaster.
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Fun day to support 999 workers dealing with trauma

A fun day on Blackpool’s Comedy Carpet helped kick off the inaugural Our Blue Light mental health relay.

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Nobody was seriously hurt in the crash, police said (Pic: Lancashire Road Police)

One arrested after flipping car onto its roof in suspected drink drive crash

A suspected drink driver was lucky to walk away with only minor injuries after crashing their car - but still ended up in a police cell.

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Gas pipe 'ruptured and ignited' during Clayton-le-Woods blaze

A gas main 'ruptured and ignited' during a blaze in Clayton-le-Woods in the early hours of this morning.
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If this had caught fire in an empty house, the damage could have been far worse, experts warned

Why you should never leave your tumble dryer on when go out

This picture shows why you should never leave your tumble dryer or washing machine on when you're not in, firefighters have warned.
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Halloween mask raiders rob man in his own home

Halloween mask raiders rob man in his own home

A man has been robbed in his own home by two masked raiders who made off with his cash.

Leyland
Eric Ollerenshaw lost the conservative seat for Lancaster and Fleetwood in 2015

Former MP announces bid to win back his seat

The former MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood has announced that he will attempt to regain his seat in the forthcoming general election.

Lancaster

Town keeps on truckin’ as model trail launched

From the Roadrunner to the Military Martian and the Super Hippo - Leyland took on a model edge as the world’s first Truck Trail was unveiled in the town.

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Mick Cash

'Muggers paradise' warning as rail strike row rumbles on

Union bosses have warned removing guards from trains will lead to a rise in crime.

Transport
Shane Graham

Mum's desperate plea as police launch fresh appeal for missing Shane

Detectives have launched a renewed appeal for information to help find a missing Fylde man – a year on from when he was last seen.

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Hundreds of knives have already been dropped in amnesty bins provided by police forces across the nation.

Tackling knife crime on Lancashire’s streets

Lancashire Constabulary is supporting a week of action aimed at reducing knife crime.

Crime
Police are warning of scam callers claiming to be from major firms

Police issue cold caller scam warning

Police have issued a warning over scam phone calls claiming to be from a well known telecoms firm.

Crime
There will be picket lines at many stations

Rail strike to go ahead as union talks collapse

A rail strike on Friday will go ahead following a collapse in talks.
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California Suite at the Lowther Pavilion

Dated script fails cast’s expertise

California Suite, Lowther Pavilion, until tomorrow

Theatre
Singer Anne Nolan

May the force be with revived poets group

After a brief break, Lancashire Dead Good Poets are set to return with a new season of open mic poetry and acoustic nights.

Theatre
Theatrical production by Broughton Players

Have a go at.... Amateur dramatics

Theatre performed by amateur actors and singers. Amateur theatre groups may stage plays, revues, musicals, light opera, pantomime or variety shows.
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Don't lost your vote.

Six days to go until Lancashire County Council election

The elections will decide all 84 seats on the council.

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Northcote hotel

Top Lancashire hotel has been named the best in England

A Lancashire hotel has been named the best in England at the national tourist awards.

Business
The man was arrested by Police on Ribblesdale Street
Pic: Googlemaps

Man arrested after police pursuit through Burnley

A man was arrested after he tried to escape police and crashed his car into a turn left sign, say police.

Crime
Peter Mullineaux, leader of South Ribble Borough Council

South Ribble Council too bogged down with ‘issues from its past’

South Ribble Council is in a “challenging place,” according to a review by the Local Government Association. Catherine Musgrove looks at where the authority is at now and what it must to do improve.

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