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A 55-year-old has been banned from driving after being caught almost three times the legal limit.
Jurassic Adventure is coming to Mrs Dowson’s Farm in Clayton-le-Dale.
Lucien Laviscount, from Read, will star in Your Christmas or Mine?, which is an Amazon Prime Video movie that will premiere in December.
An eclectic two-day festival bringing together music, multi-arts, food and wellness is taking place in the heart of the Ribble Valley this summer.
A MUCH-loved Artisan Market is set to return to a Lancashire village this weekend with a fabulous range of products from makers and creators.
A LANCASHIRE service which helps children in care has been given a national award.
THE faces and details of four men have been released as part of a most wanted appeal by Lancashire Police.
A person has been taken to hospital after caravan fire which is being investigated.
EAST Lancs businessman Bank of Dave has said people must use the support services available if they are struggling with the rising cost of living.
Take That's Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen will be making a cameo in ‘Greatest Days’, which was filmed in Clitheroe.
RIBBLE Valley MP Nigel Evans has visited St Leonard's Balderstone Primary School to see the arrival of the Schools Commonwealth Baton Relay and promote the Lancashire School Games.
APPRENTICES in the Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space sectors across the country - with many from East Lancashire - were welcomed to UK Parliament last week.
AN East Lancashire MP welcomed a Ukrainian counterpart to the House of Commons on Wednesday.
A LARGE hotel sign which was erected by an Issa brothers company without permission will have to be taken down after planners ruled on its legality.
A TEENAGE dealer who sold party drugs from his caravan to try and make friends has narrowly avoided a spell behind bars.
THOUSANDS of Cadent Gas workers are to stage a 48 hour strike over pay.
ALMOST four years on from when he first graced our screens in a short film for BBC Three, Alfie The Odd Job Boy is back on camera.
MORE than one in three revenge porn cases reported to Lancashire Police were dropped by the victim despite a suspect being identified in the past three years.
2022 has seen a whole host of household price increases costing your family hundreds or even thousands of pounds extra per year.
LANCASHIRE'S police and crime commissioner has celebrated a year in office by hailing his programme of reopening police station front counters.
National and International News
One of the government's most loyal ministers has warned that a windfall tax on oil and gas companies will not be "economically cost-free".
Six serving soldiers have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply drugs, and money lending and laundering offences.
The final remaining COVID restrictions are expected to be lifted in Wales, the government has said.
Andy Fletcher, keyboardist and founding member of Depeche Mode, has died aged 60.
The Queen has allowed the world to see "the fun behind the formality" of her royal life in home movies that have been released for the first time.
A new independent review into maternity care in Nottingham will be led by the same midwife who uncovered more than 200 avoidable baby deaths in Shropshire.
Lindsay McCarthy shows me an empty examination room. The space has been set aside for suspected cases of monkeypox.
The boss of one of Britain's biggest airports says staffing levels may not fully recover until the autumn, and has predicted a busy summer ahead.
The council that admitted it failed to prevent the murder of toddler Star Hobson has a serious staff retention problem in its children's services, according to data uncovered by a Sky News freedom of information request.
Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey has been charged with four counts of sexual assault against three men, the UK's Crown Prosecution Service has said.
BBC Four and CBBC will no longer be aired as traditional broadcast channels after the next few years as part of the corporation's plans to become "digital first".
CBBC and BBC Four will no longer be aired as linear channels after the next few years as part of the broadcaster's plans to become "digital first".
EasyJet has cancelled 200 flights after being hit by IT problems and advised customers to check their booking before going to the airport.
Claudia Webbe MP has lost her court appeal against her conviction for harassing a love rival.
The Metropolitan Police acted with "integrity" during its partygate investigation and officers made decisions "based on the facts and were proper", the force's acting commissioner has said.
The Met Police acted with "integrity" during its partygate investigation and officers made decisions "based on the facts and were proper", the force's acting commissioner has said.
Manchester United reported widening losses and a growing debt pile for the third quarter of its financial year, just days after the conclusion of a Premier League season in which the club failed to qualify for the Champions League.
A British drugs smuggler who used a luxury yacht in a bid to smuggle £160m worth of cocaine into the UK has been jailed for 18 years.
The chancellor may claim that a 'temporary Energy Profits Levy' is not a windfall tax but, as the popular saying goes, if it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck and waddles like a duck, then it probably is a duck.
A British toddler has drowned in a swimming pool in Spain's Costa Blanca, despite efforts by a neighbour to save his life.