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How to change a light bulb

There is a light bulb in a fire station in the small Californian town of Livermore which has remained lit since 1901.

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Aasma Day

R U 4 real? Textspeak can leave parents off message ...

‘The only things kids wear out faster than shoes is their parents.”

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Owen (Sion Alun Davies) and Cadi John (Sian Reese-Williams) in Hidden, the new Welsh police drama on BBC4

Hidden - Cracking crime capers from Cymru

A few years ago, the big new trend on TV was Scandi-noir.

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David Icke reveals the origins of Isis...

David Icke - in an exclusive interview with the Lancashire Post - continues his chat with Henry Widdas about life, the universe and everything.
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Race for life

Column: In the pink at the speed of a sloth for Race for Life

Safe to say, I’m not a runner. I’m not sure anyone is really - I’m thinking some just like pain more than others.

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Model boats stir up poignant childhood memories...

Our antiques expert, Allan Blackburn, takes a look at some marine collectables
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The Express Inn on Park Road

‘Drunken’ police officer breaks leg of man in street attack

Local historian Keith Johnson takes a look at a shocking case of police brutality from the 19th century...
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This pond yacht is on sale at GB Antiques Centre for 75 pounds

Model boats stir up poignant childhood memories...

Our antiques expert, Allan Blackburn, takes a look at some marine collectables.

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A World Cup of zero expectations

The World Cup kicks off today – five glorious weeks of football, interrupted only by vicious family rows when the England games clash with Love Island.

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Column: Accepting World Cup Hand of God

What is your World Cup memory?

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Get behind our Three Lions

It is fair to say that we are living in a country that feels far from united right now.

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Could Brexit defeats finish May?

Boris Johnson daringly implied President Trump would make a better job than Theresa May and, again by implication, rounded on Chancellor Philip Hammond, whose Treasury he described as being “basically the heart of Remain”.

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Gadgets now found in museum

A couple of years ago, when walking by one of the few remaining phone boxes, I asked my elder son, Oscar, who was six at the time, if he knew what it was. He did not.

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Mike Hill

Column: Forging World Cup memories

On the eve of a World Cup, wherever football lovers gather, conversation turns to their earliest memories of the tournament.

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David Icke: My unanswered 9/11 questions

David Icke - in an exclusive interview with the Lancashire Post - continues his chat with Henry Widdas about life, the universe and everything.
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The Brazil team in the Panini World Cup sticker album of 1970

World Cup sticker album from 1970 sells for £1,500

Our antiques expert Allan Blackburn reveals how Panini sticker albums can be worth a fortune...
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Mother and daughter drowned in the mill lodge of Swainson & Birley

Coroner blames parents for tragic death of mum and baby

Local historian Keith Johnson uncovers a case of family troubles leading to a double death...

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The Ven Michael Everitt, Archdeacon of Lancaster

Column: A life in uniform

As a priest I wear a uniform most of the time, so when I don’t it can be quite fun.

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Afua Hirsch, and Churchill impersonators, in The Search for Britains Heroes

The Battle for Britain's Heroes - A lifeless look at dark history

For inanimate objects, statues have been at the centre of a lot of controversy recently, as The Battle for Britain’s Heroes (Channel 4, Tuesday, 9pm) highlighted. People have even died – in Charlottesville, West Virginia – in violence surrounding protests over statues of controversial figures.

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First half’s been a tense affair

So how are the GCSE exams going?

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