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  1. Villages celebrate Best Kept successRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Garstang Today

    They're the tops and it's official - seven local villages scored highly in this year's Lancashire best Kept Village contest and none more than St Michaels. In the Champion Villages section, which was won by Blacko, Whitechapel came fourth.

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  2. COFFEE with a difference sold at a Blackburn firmRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | This Is Lancashire

    COFFEE with a difference was sold at a Blackburn firm in a bid to grind out vital finds for Macmillian Cancer Support. Bean counters at Pierce Chartered Accountants flew in the rare Kopi Luwak especially for the day, where staff were hoping to market last year's total of A 500.

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  3. Tributes paid to former head of Blackburn collegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | This Is Lancashire

    Father Philip Graystone , who has died at the age of 93, was instrumental in the development of St Mary's College during the 1950s. Fr Graystone, who was head from 1953 to 1961, died in Norfolk, where he worked for the latter part of his life, last week.

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  4. Illustrator shortlisted for top two awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Chorley Citizen

    Emmeline Pidgen is up for the 15 for 2015 award, which rewards 15 exceptional freelaners with recognition and business support for next year. "I am particularly pleased with the one for self-employed people because I am very passionate about supporting freelancers and making sure we are not overlooked."

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  5. Welfare Fatty Says She's Obese Because She Can't Get Enough Government CashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Right Wing News

    A welfare fatty in England is blaming the government for being obese. She says that it is the government's fault because it won't give her a free gym membership so she can exercise.

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  6. Time to spread some Global warmingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Wirral Globe

    Do you know someone who goes the extra mile for others? Maybe they're a neighbour who goes out of their way to make your life a little easier, or perhaps a young hero who shows courage or bravery. They might be the best mum or dad, despite setbacks or adversity, or maybe they have made a real difference to their local community? Tears and laughter are sure to be shared when we celebrate the borough's unsung heroes at our annual awards ceremony.

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  7. Environment boss slaps down plan to have fortnightly bin collections in Blackburn with DarwenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Lancashire Telegraph

    BOROUGH environment boss Jim Smith has slapped down a proposal to move from weekly to fortnightly rubbish bin collections in Blackburn with Darwen. When the full Council Forum debated how best to save 31 million over the three years between 2015 and 2018, the Whitehall councillor said moving to alternate forntnighly general waste and recyclable collection could save cash.

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  8. Earby security makes formal complaint about policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Lancashire Telegraph

    A SECURITY guard wrongly accused on a police officer's personal Twitter account of driving without insurance has lodged an official complaint. Nathan Phipps, who works at Boundary Mills in Colne, was driving a Renault Clio belonging to his girlfriend, Jane Jarvis, when he was pulled over by police on the A59 between Skipton and Broughton.

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  9. Bedroom Tax eviction widow forced to sleep with COWSRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Mirror.co.uk

    Carol Sutherland, who is going blind, covered herself with a plastic sheet and hay in a A desperate bid to keep dry and warm A widow who is going blind was forced to live in a field with cattle after she was evicted from her home of 30 years A because she couldn't A pay a A 210 Bedroom Tax bill. Carol Sutherland, 56, covered herself with a plastic sheet and hay in a A desperate bid to keep dry and warm, writes Nick Dorman in the Sunday People .

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  10. NHS chiefs to probe complaint about Blackburn GP surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Lancashire Telegraph

    NHS chiefs are to investigate claims a teenager with severe stomach pain was sent away from a Blackburn GP surgery with painkillers, despite later being admitted to hospital with appendicitis. Dad Craig, 44, said a doctor at the practice put the problem down to 'potential period pain', and sent her away with painkillers.

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  11. Steven: We improved and will continue toRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Liverpool FC

    Steven Gerrard felt Liverpool showed 'big improvements' in their performance level despite the disappointment of conceding a stoppage-time equaliser in a 1-1 draw against neighbours Everton today. The captain seemed to have handed the Reds all three points from the 223rd Merseyside derby with a curled free-kick from distance midway through the second half that had broken the deadlock in the hosts' favour.

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  12. Pelle stunner answers Saints' prayersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Suria

    Graziano Pelle's sensational overhead-kick goal saw in-form Southampton defeat former manager Harry Redknapp's Queens Park Rangers' side 2-1 on Saturday to stay second in the Premier League table. After a goalless first half, the match sparked into life in the second period at south coast side Southampton's St Mary's Stadium.

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  13. Clitheroe woman assaulted supermarket workerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Lancashire Telegraph

    A 26-YEAR-OLD woman went to Tesco to confront a member of staff over a personal issue and ended up assaulting her in public. Blackburn magistrates heard Laura Jane Robinson told the other woman she and her sister thought they were something and then slapped her across the face.

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  14. Reds stunned late in dramatic derby drawRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Liverpool FC

    Liverpool were stunned by a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser as Everton grabbed an unlikely 1-1 draw at Anfield in the 223rd edition of the Merseyside derby on Saturday afternoon. A sublime free-kick by Steven Gerrard midway through the second half had seemingly handed the Reds a deserved victory in an encounter that could have brought more goals only for the woodwork and a string of fine saves by Tim Howard.

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  15. Selby Town boss promises changes for home clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | York Press

    The Robins lost 4-3 at lowly Winterton Rangers in Northern Counties East League division one last weekend, and Ricardo has promised changes for tomorrow's home clash with Shirebrook Town. "Hopefully it was just a blip.

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  16. BASKETBALL: Double cup joy has Lancs in a SpinRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Bury Times

    Lancashire Spinners host a charity game in aid of the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity at the Castle Leisure Centre A PROMISING start to the season continued for Lancashire Spinners with two wins over the weekend, including a 92-67 win against Birmingham Mets in the group stage of the Patrons Cup and an 89-66 win against Prestons College in the National Cup. On Saturday, the Spinners hosted English Basketball League Division Two rivals Birmingham, who were promoted last season after a second-place finish in Division Three.

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  17. 'I met the Nazi deputy leader - he had a problem with his plumbing'Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 27 | Morecambe Visitor

    This is part of a series celebrating Morecambe's Finest, the personalities and unsung heroes who make our town great. Reporter GREG LAMBERT speaks to JACK TERCON whose incredible career in the Forces has been serialised in a new book.

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  18. FL2Accrington15:00PlymouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Sporting Life

    Chapman was signed on loan by Stanley this week from Chesterfield as fellow stopper Joe Lumley returned to QPR following his short stint in east Lancashire. After an incredible 5-4 victory in his first match back at the helm, the popular Coleman will be in charge of an Accrington side at the Store First Stadium for the first time since 2012.

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  19. Liverpool vs Everton Live: Follow the Merseyside derby from Anfield as it happensRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Daily Mail

    Both teams enter the contest in poor form: Liverpool have lost to Man City, Aston Villa and West Ham in the league so far, Everton have just five points from five matches It is 15 years to the day since Everton last triumphed on enemy territory, with Kevin Campbell scoring the winning goal. And Liverpool certainly had the better of last season's corresponding fixture, as goals from Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez earned a 4-0 victory.

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  20. Bury relay boys race to top-10 finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Bury Times

    Bury's under-13s boys team, from left, Oliver Donnelly, Francis Woodcock and Ben Forrest. They won bronze at the Greater Manchester Road Relays but were unable to finish the Northern competition after Oliver fell and broke his collarbone BURY AC continued their strong start to the winter season, showing good form at the Northern Road Relays in Warrington.

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