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1 hr ago | This Is Lancashire
AN internet movement aimed at helping the homeless made it to Blackburn in the form of a mobile soup kitchen.
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5 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen
A HOUSING minister has praised efforts in Pendle to transform Victorian terraces into family homes during an official visit to Nelson and Brierfield.
9 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen
NHS bosses have confirmed that a mental health ward in Burnley is still due to close - despite delays in finalising arrangements.
10 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen
A DRUNKEN mosque raider who smashed his way in with a spade was caught after he left a bottle with his DNA on it, a court was told.
11 hrs ago | Burnley Express
Elizabeth Bolton , of Palace Gardens, Padiham Road, Burnley, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of fraud between June 2007 and December 2011 when she was in the role of Clerk to Padiham Town Council.
13 hrs ago | Pendle Today
A Burnley secondary school, placed in special measures just three years ago, now has a waiting list of pupils keen to secure a place.
A total of 857 packs of contraband cigarettes, 128 packets of tobacco, 248 tobacco blunts and cigar rolls, were seized after checks at 48 premises in Burnley, Nelson, Accrington, Oswaldtwistle and Rawtenstall.
A 'MONSTER' who twice attacked his long-suffering pensioner mother also raided his ex-partner's home, a court heard.
A Burnley man who drove while over the legal alcohol limit and failed to stop after his car ploughed into a shop front in Hammerton Street has been given a two-year ban by the town's magistrates.
Growing debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty has partnered with Wheatley Lane Inghamite Church in Fence and other local churches to bring its service to the area.
A DRUNKEN knifeman threatened to stab a terrified barmaid after turning up at a pub and setting fire to a wheelie bin nearby.
SIX people are set to appear in court - mostly for public order offences - after the East Lancashire derby on Sunday.
Louise Webber is trying a new drug and is hopeful it will cure the iitchy skin condition which she says has taken over her life A MUM-of-three whose skin condition has made her life misery for 15 years has been given hope by a newly-licensed treatment normally used for asthma.
Singing for the Soul, a group for women of all faiths and none, has gone from strength to strength since it launched in March last year.