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3 hrs ago | Blackpool Today
A Coroner's Court heard mystery still surrounds the death of Bernice Uttley, a healthy woman who had been out drinking with friends the night before she was found in a pool of water close to the sea.
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
What's the youngest age at which the death penalty should be applied?
3 hrs ago | Blackpool Today
The 1970s tower at National Savings and Investments' base in Marton has been earmarked for demolition amid proposals to sell off part of the site - famously home to Premium Bonds selecting super computer 'ERNIE'.
6 hrs ago | Lytham Today
Unemployment figures on the Fylde coast showed a small decline last month as the easing of the economy allowed firms to take on more staff.
6 hrs ago | Blackpool Today
Penguins aren't a bird usually associated with Bethlehem and baby Jesus but these story tellers can be granted a little poetic licence... Toddlers at A-Zoo Nursery, in Blackpool Zoo, put a unique spin on the nativity tale when they welcomed animals in as part of their performance.
A teenager has been left devastated after his 16th birthday celebrations ended in tragedy when his father was found dead.
A bumper day of trade which saw more than twice as many people as normal visit Blackpool town centre has got the resort's retailers smiling.
The aqua-aerobics group which meets at DW Sports, on Vicarage Lane, Marton, decided they would get sponsored for one of their classes to help boost our appeal, which is raising money for a much needed refurbishment at Trinity Hospice and Brian House children's hospice.
Energy firm Cuadrilla has announced it is pulling out of a fracking site in Lancashire previously linked to two earth tremors.
Milton Street Foodbank. Volunteers, from left, Kath McGinley, Ken Hayton, Giles Hayton, Mary Price, Susan Duncan, Ann Bailey, Maureen Hayton, Joanne Fyall, Michelle Newby and Doreen McGinley.
A fast-rising business which only opened on the Fylde Coast in late summer has expanded its workforce to cope with early demand.
Councillors on Blackpool's planning committee will be asked today to defer a decision on the finer details of a scheme to build nearly 600 homes in Marton.
Embargoed to 0001 Thursday December 12 File photo dated 25/1/2013 of a man with a stethoscope around his neck as inspectors have uncovered a catalogue of failings at some GP practices, with medicines stored in a way that puts children and patients at risk of infection and rooms so dirty they had maggots.
Rock legend Rod Stewart's stadium gig in Blackpool is set to raise thousands of pounds for The Gazette's Hospice Heroes appeal.
Blackpool's secondary school pupils are losing out in a "postcode lottery" according to alarming new figures which reveal half of youngsters in the resort attend only satisfactory or inadequate schools.