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Great land buy-up begins ahead of massive link road project

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LEP -  19-02-18'Bamber bridge resident Janet Cook is concerned about the state of the new pavements, footpaths and placement of new tree planters on Station Road, Bamber Bridge.

Anger at state of £3.5m Bamber Bridge pavement improvement project

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Preston town hall

Tax rise approved as part of Preston budget plans

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EDL man’s friendship with Muslims ‘a miracle’

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PNE star banned from the road after racking up eight speeding tickets in just four weeks

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Privatising county NHS contract 'will only save 0.07%'

Health

Trio accused of baby girl's death appear in court

Crime

South Ribble councillor quits Conservative group over charges for garden waste

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Jim Bentley wants to build on late point as Morecambe head to Wycombe

Morecambe FC

Lancaster City boss confident side have turned a corner

Lancaster City

ROUND-UP: Thursday's Preston North End news - Alex Neil's pre-Ipswich press conference and more

Preston North End
Craig Hopkinson of White Bear Studios and Grizzly Promotions, Chorley

The Chorley promoter looking to make waves in the music industry with Grizzly Promotions

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Williamson Park in Lancaster welcomes Colin the marmoset

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Kevin the Carrot gets the chop after a single complaint about an Aldi advert

Business
Emily Wright from Leyland, will be celebrating her 21st birthday by walking up Kilimanjaro with her dad Paul. The pair are taking on the mountain to raise money for Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool. Emily had a heart operation when she was two days old and the fundraising is a thank you to the hospital. Picture by Paul Heyes, Friday February 16, 2018.

‘Miracle baby’ Emily takes on Kilimanjaro

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Chippy of the year 2018

Top 10 revealed in Lancashire Post Chippy of the Year 2018

Food and Drink
Blackpool link road, watched by civic officials in 1986. The road follows the old railway line to the site of Central Station and is named after Lancashire County Council surveyor Harry Yeadon (far left), it was opened on the 3rd January 1986. Louise Ellman in light coloured coat

Today's suffragettes: ‘I was very determined to make a difference’

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