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3 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen
Lancashire will benefit from A 3.84million of extra investment, which will support local broadband projects and help to ensure more households and businesses can enjoy much faster internet speeds.
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7 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen
THE former Tubbs building in Colne is set to be turned into a bar and restaurant after plans were approved.
12 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph
YOUNG people in Burnley can get 'in the zone' with the unveiling of a new A 1.5million centre which they helped bring to life.
It is almost 35 years since the Clarets last tasted victory in an East Lancashire derby, but a win tomorrow will move them a step closer to a return to the Premier League.
A desperate Pendle daughter said she fears her poorly mum will starve to death if she does not get help soon.
HOGWARTS could take a tip or two from Darwen Vale High School students who have been learning the secret art of magic in their lunch breaks.
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will take on 100 apprentices, Blackburn with Darwen Council will hire 20, and Lancashire County Council will take on five.
EAST Lancashire firms are benefitting from the A 40million Pennine Reach scheme as new bus shelters have been produced in East Lancashire.
St Mary Magdalene's, in Wellfield Drive, and Holy Trinity, in Raglan Road, had laptops used by teachers and electronic notepads used by pupils, worth just under A 2,000, stolen.
The court was told how Andrew William Monks, 31, who has a drink problem, had gone to stay at the Thomas Project in Blackburn, for six months.
The reinstated Todmorden Curve, offering faster trains to the city from Blackburn, Burnley and Accrington, will not be in use from May, when new timetables begin, because of lack of rolling stock.
The Horwich Farrelly Solicitors volunteers get to work on the garden with volunteer team leader Nicola Critchley and Helping Hands programme manager Lee Trunks at the front.
FORMER soldier Rick Clement's battle back from near death has been well-documented but, for the first time, he's opened up to TONY DEWHURST about the pain of not being able to have children and the subsequent breakdown of his marriage.
The former Model Lodging House in Police Street is to become the new home of the A 4.1million Darwen Aldridge Enterprise Studio.
TANYA Brown is the first Access student from Peter Symonds College to try for and receive an offer from Oxbridge.
BURGLARS who posed as golfers to carry out raids on clubhouses in East Lancashire have been jailed - after they were caught on camera.