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Graham Fisher, 55, died in April 2013 in his Algarve apartment but the inquest was not opened until Tuesday at King George's Hall, Blackburn.
A POLICE officer who admitted having sex while on duty has been found not guilty of misconduct in a public office.
More than 1,000 people said farewell to The Bishop of Burnley, The Rt Rev. John Goddard, at a special service at Blackburn Cathedral to mark his retirement.
A spokesman for the force confirmed: "Merseyside Police can confirm that a post-mortem to establish the cause of death has provisionally concluded that she died of multiple dog bites, pending the results of toxicology and other tests.
Six Asda stores in East Lancashire are set to be presented with a public access defibrillator and will train store colleagues in CPR in the coming weeks.
Nursery manager Chantelle de la Croix is complaining about the behaviour of some of the people who use the nearby Salvation Army hostel THE deaf and mute manager of a Blackburn nursery has called for action to tackle drunks fighting and swearing outside the nearby Salvation Army hostel.
The purpose of the event at Greenbank Station, in Blackburn, on Wednesday from noon to 8pm is to educate people about the recent changes in dog legislation and to provide help and advice to dog owners who have questions or concerns about the breed of their dog.
A MOTHER suffered life-changing injuries after a disqualified driver crashed into her car as she was waiting to pull away from outside a post office.
BLACKBURN, England Global Carwash is acting as a donation point for a charity that is collecting food and other items for Syrian refugees, according to The Citizen.
IN September 2011 Royal Marine Andrew Mills received a chilling phone call in the early hours of the morning, informing him that his services were needed to support a Blackburn mother whose only son had been killed in Afghanistan.
HUNDREDS of people of all faiths are expected to come together to mark the end of Ramadhan in Accrington as local restaurants and takeaways donate food to the community.
Since then, the Church of England said it has been working to identify a new approach which would receive the necessary support.
THE transformation of Blackburn's 'biggest eyesore' into a A 4.8million dementia care home will take a major step towards reality on Thursday.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 07:01 am
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