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Asda launch massive toy sale with up to 50% off big brands

Business
Dame Judi Dench is supporting World's Biggest Macmillan Coffee Morning

Macmillan Coffee Morning events in Lancashire

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Brendan Ainsough, left, with MD Richard Crayston at Ainscough Training

Brand new training suite opens at Leyland site

Business
St James's C of E School in Leyland in 1975/6. Gordon Gregson is stood at the back second from the left

Gordon always took very good care of his school

Education

Chorley mum Stands up to Cancer in memory of her daughter

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Coaster thrills spill over into the night with late riding special

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Dramatic pictures show roadside blaze which engulfed Leyland minibus

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Lancashire recommends... places to go for dessert

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Basic check-ups which highlight potential major health issues early on could become even more accessible and convenient if they were rolled out across leisure centres.
It is the premise of the last year of work that senior lecturer in Preventative Medicine at The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Simon Alford, has been beavering away at.

Health checks could be on offer at leisure centres and supermarkets

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Motorway madness lands driver in hot water

Transport

Motorway madness lands driver in hot water

Transport
Mini bus fire on Midge Hall Lane, Leyland

Firefighters tackle mini bus blaze

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Paul Jones, 39 said he is regularly forced to pass parked cars by going out into a busy road when pushing his one-year-old daughter in her pram.

Lancashire residents speak out about drivers who block pavements

Transport
Officers found a gruesome-looking bloody hand

Severed hand in central reservation leads to road closure

Transport
Fire crews, who heard the collision from the station, rushed to the scene on foot.

Man taken to hospital after Leyland crash

Transport

Motorway madness lands driver in hot water

Transport
Jayson Lobo, a former police officer from Lancashire police, arrives at Liverpool Crown Court. Photo credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Former police officer convicted of secretly filming women

Crime
Ian Brady

Moors murderer Ian Brady died of natural causes, coroner rules

Crime
Police are trying to trace the driver

Police search for driver after crash in Penwortham

Crime

Gordon always took very good care of his school

Education
Basic check-ups which highlight potential major health issues early on could become even more accessible and convenient if they were rolled out across leisure centres.
It is the premise of the last year of work that senior lecturer in Preventative Medicine at The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Simon Alford, has been beavering away at.

Health checks could be on offer at leisure centres and supermarkets

News
Vincent Fairclough, with Bill Ainscough  and children, parents and staff at Rainbow House, in Mawdesley

Special centre’s £100,000 boost

Education
There was a passionate local campaign to keep Adlington Library open

Bill to reopen axed Lancashire libraries nears £1m

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The lessons will help build "crucial life-skills for young people"

School pupils given strategies to help develop life skills

Education

Asda launch massive toy sale with up to 50% off big brands

Business
Brendan Ainsough, left, with MD Richard Crayston at Ainscough Training

Brand new training suite opens at Leyland site

Business
Paul Jones, 39 said he is regularly forced to pass parked cars by going out into a busy road when pushing his one-year-old daughter in her pram.

Lancashire residents speak out about drivers who block pavements

Transport
Four out of 10 admitted to running the shower for at least a minute before getting in

Most people do not worry about how much water they use

Business

Councillor suspended over alleged anti-Islamic ‘slur’

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Ged Fitzgerald was suspended from his role as chief executive for Liverpool City Council.

Ged Fitzgerald suspended from council role in Liverpool

Politics
Up to 12.4 billion of means-tested benefits were left unclaimed in 2015-16

Britain’s unclaimed benefits: four million families miss out on £12.4 billion

Politics
The European Parliament in Strasbourg

Brexit could leave Lancashire out of pocket

Environment
Complaints can involve multiple allegations

Police receive 100 complaints a day from public, figures reveal

Politics

Brexit could leave Lancashire out of pocket

Environment
Milo with mum Carley Valente, who is being represented by Irwin Mitchell

Lancashire residents pursue legal action over cryptosporidium contamination

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Why are storms named, and who chooses the names?

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Macmillan Coffee Morning events in Lancashire

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Vera Leitao, Emma Nicholas (paediatric nurse aged 38 from Chorley), Karen Kelly (paediatric nurse aged 41 from Adlington), Jayde Melling and Nicola Robinson took part in Stand up to Cancer

Chorley mum Stands up to Cancer in memory of her daughter

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Basic check-ups which highlight potential major health issues early on could become even more accessible and convenient if they were rolled out across leisure centres.
It is the premise of the last year of work that senior lecturer in Preventative Medicine at The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Simon Alford, has been beavering away at.

Health checks could be on offer at leisure centres and supermarkets

News
Yoga

Have a go at ... Yoga

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Care for babies born prematurely, with health problems or with a low birth weight, is improving overall

Premature babies facing care postcode lottery

Health