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HOW much do you know about your child's dance teacher? That's the question being asked by dance professional Graham Vernon who has written NSPCC-endorsed guidelines to protect children from rogue teachers.
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
Should free speech ever be restricted?
The 63-year-old, who found fame on Living TV's Most Haunted, was held by police after his Nissan GT-R collided with a Ford Ka on Merseyside Celebrity psychic Derek Acorah has been charged with careless driving and failure to supply a specimen of breath for analysis after his sports car was involved in a collision last night.
TAXI drivers in Hyndburn could be forced to buy newer cars, modify their vehicles, and remove advertisements, new plans revealed.
Plans to remove the arbitrary cap on the number of students able to attend UK universities is expected to see the University Centre at Blackburn College grow.
Daphne Rose, 90, was born in the Indian city of Calcutta, now known as Kolkata, in 1923 and got the chance to pay a fleeting three-day visit to there with her daughter and granddaughter.
The Nightsafe Haven will offer support to anybody who needs help or assistance on nights out in the lead up to the festive period.
A teacher has been jailed for two-and-a-half years after he groomed a 14-year-old girl pupil whom he went on to abuse sexually.
The dog owners were ordered by the court to pay a combined total of A 585 in fines and costs after prosecutions brought by South Ribble Council.
The result of a court action regarding the crushing death of Charlotte Louise Conroy-Taylor was announced on Dec. 4 in the Daily Mail.
It is hoped it will provide specialist support and a network of friends for people experiencing problems including bereavement, retirement and ill health.
Firefighters have voted to take further industrial action in a bid to secure a "fair, workable and affordable" pension package.
A PETITION has been launched in Hyndburn to restrict the amount of money that punters can spend on betting machines, dubbed 'the crack cocaine of gambling'.
Among the houses, described as 'long-term vacant', were properties in Sackville Street and cottages in Burnley Road, both Brierfield, some of which have been empty for around 20 years.
PUBLIC health expert Dominic Harrison has blasted the Government for failing to recognise the link between welfare cuts and food poverty.
HOUSE builder Keepmoat has offered to pay the energy bills for buyers in Burnley and Accrington for a whole year.
CAMPAIGNER Brian Todd has blasted NHS chiefs for using 'gobbledygook' language in official NHS documents, saying it prevents the public from understanding key information.