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THE husband of a 'bright star' who passed away after a battle with breast cancer is urging women to get checked regularly.
A PETITION started by residents on Ewood's Travellers site to get pre-payment electricity meters so they can buy their own electricity has failed.
PCSO for Heysham south, Dennis Nelson with Greenfingers Community Project chairman Gordon Simmons, treasurer Les Jones, secretary Jane Kholoud and committee member Jan Jones and the new shed alarms.
UPDATE: Lancaster City Police have a suspect in custody for an overnight stabbing.
A ROSSENDALE man who became the first ever winner of Accrington's Mr Carnival contest is now aiming for the national spotlight.
A FIREARMS exercise which led to the fatal shooting of a Burnley police officer was "deeply flawed", a court heard.
A MUM who rescued an abandoned cat while living in China embarked on an epic journey to bring her beloved pet to East Lancashire.
Michele Tracey, of St Peter's School, Darwen, has been told not to return to the school pending a full investigation.
A WHEELCHAIR user was in high spirits when she reached the summit of Pendle Hill - with a little help from her friends.
THE successful maiden flight of a new lightweight airliner will safeguard more than 1,000 aerospace jobs across Burnley and Pendle.
TWO Tory MPs have claimed Labour's plans to cap pensions rather than benefits will cost older people A 234 a year.
A WIRRAL man who blew up his home in a huge gas explosion in a failed suicide bid was jailed for almost seven years today.
A JUDGE jailed a 'three-strike' burglar who raided a couple's home as they slept in the early hours, despite a plea from his barrister it would be unjust.
TWO robbers armed with a 10-inch kitchen knife forced a terrified shop assistant to hand over more than A 3,000 in takings.
Soap star Michelle Keegan wowed the crowds at this year's Accrington Carnival - and gave celebrity spotters a treat with her surprise guest.
The Beatles pose in Liverpool's Derby Square in February 1963 the year, according to author Colin Fleming, that yielded the band's most definitive work.