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Buildings demolished to make way for Porsche Centre

Going,going ... most definitely gone.

News
Ian Hughes in front of the former Dome site in Morecambe

Morecambe man brains behind Eden Project north plan

A former Lancaster University student from Morecambe is the brains behind multi-million pound plans to bring Cornwall’s Eden Project north.

Business

More rail strikes planned for May

Rail users across the North West could face more misery in the wake of fresh strikes in the dispute over the role of guards on trains.
Transport
Costcutter in Harpers Lane.

Chorley Costcutter turns a corner with new four-star food hygiene rating

A Costcutter in Chorley has improved on its food hygiene rating, new data reveals.

Health
Major congestion for Lancashire motorists after motorway crashes

Major congestion for Lancashire motorists after motorway crashes

​Motorists heading south on the M61 this afternoon were warned to expect major delays.

News
Five reasons to buy Wednesdays LP - 10 things to do at the weekend

Five reasons to buy Wednesday’s LP - 10 things to do at the weekend

Here are some reasons to pick up a copy:

Business
Top Lancashire hotel goes into administration

Top Lancashire hotel goes into administration

A hotel voted the best in Lancashire last year has gone into administration.

Business
Timothy Hill

Director jailed after giving speed cameras the finger

A company director who fitted a laser jammer to his Range Rover and gave speed cameras the finger has been jailed for perverting the course of justice, police said.
Crime
Temporary traffic lights were removed on Wednesday

Temporary traffic lights that caused chaos under Devonshire Road railway bridge axed as council claims they were there without permission

Temporary traffic lights under the railway bridge in Devonshire Road, North Shore, were removed on the orders of the council, which yesterday claimed they were put up without permission.

Transport

WATCH: Canine Massage Guild's healing power for dogs in Chorley

It is not just humans that need a massage, as our furry friends are also in need of a rehabilitation therapy to ease pain.
News
Workers on the Preston to Blackpool electrification project

Ongoing electrification work between Preston and Blackpool branded a 'shambles'

Paperwork blunders, delays, and cancellations led to the handling of the ongoing electrification work between  Preston and Blackpool North being branded a shambles.
Transport
Both sides of the M6 are closed.

Motorway closed in both directions due to "police incident"

A full motorway closure has been in place while emergency services dealt with a "distressed" woman on a bridge.
Transport
The car close to Stubbins.

Two motorway speedsters reported after being caught driving at 95mph

Two motorway drivers forgot about the basic principle of driving to the speed limit this morning
Crime
One lane of the M65 was closed.

Motorway lane closure following two car incident

Emergency services closed one lane of the M65 after an incident involving two cars.
Transport
Photo: John Stillwell/PA Wire.

Lancashire care provider seeks rescue plan after financial pressures

Financial pressures have forced one of the country's biggest private home care providers to seek a rescue plan.
Business

WATCH: Hundreds of Wolves fans take over Chorley ahead of potential Championship-winning match

Up to 200 "boisterous" Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters enjoyed what could be a pre-title party this afternoon in Chorley.
Chorley
Crews were in attendance approximately 30 minutes

Two taken to hospital after two-car collision in Chorley

Two fire engines attended the scene of a car crash this morning in Chorley.

News
Two fire engines attended the scene.

Delays after van fire on the M6

Firefighters were called to the scene after a van caught fire on the M6.

News
A photo of the scene posted by Assistant Chief Constable Terry Woods.

M6 closed following "serious injury collision" involving car and lorry

The M6 was closed this afternoon following a two-vehicle collision.
Transport

WATCH: Preston embraces vinyl's revival once again for Record Store Day

It wasn’t too long ago that vinyl was meant to be dead in the water and Napster was set to rule the musical roost.
Music
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