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  1. Lisa Clay, 40, and her son Joseph, six, were killed by Paul ChadwickRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | Keighleynews.co.uk

    A man who stabbed to death his girlfriend and their six-year-old son has told a court that he wants to inherit the estate of his partner so he can rebuild his life. Paul Chadwick, 35, is already entitled to half the proceeds of any sale of the bungalow they owned in Bolton-le-Sands, Lancashire, but he is bidding for her half of A 60,000 as well as another A 20,000 of assets in her name.

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  2. Labour Party Conference: Labour MPs call for end to delay on reform of constitutionRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | The Independent

    The Labour backlash against Ed Miliband's stance over "English votes for English laws" gathered pace on Monday night after a series of senior party figures called on him to embrace the historic reform. MPs, including two former cabinet ministers - John Denham and Ben Bradshaw - have challenged him to end what they see as dangerous hesitation in Labour's position over constitutional reform following the Scottish independence referendum.

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  3. Call to rein in the 'Red Princes': Grassroots Labour supporters...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    What it's really like to be an 18-year-old royal: Inside the privileged life of Princess Olympia of Greece - fashion's newest 'It' girl Iraq vet 'who stormed the White House had more than EIGHT HUNDRED rounds of ammunition, a machete and two hatchets stashed in his car' The secret to a long life? 80% of men could avoid a heart attack with just four simple lifestyle changes Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says Obama helped ISIS grow by ignoring national security team's advice to arm Syrian rebels Moment Robert F Kennedy Jr lost his cool and grabbed mic from reporter questioning him about his own carbon footprint EXCLUSIVE: Joan Rivers' friend Kathy Griffin is tapped to become chief 'cop' on Fashion Police when it returns to the air in January Sorry guys, it's expectant moms who are worst hit by flu: Pregnancy makes the immune system go haywire when fighting the virus How common is ... (more)

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  4. Photos: Padiham Farmers' Market draws crowdsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Burnley Express

    The third such fair to be held in as many months took place outside Padiham Town Hall where 24 food producers from Lancashire and beyond set up stall. Balroom manager Mr Alan Barnes said: "This was our third market and best so far.

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  5. Sam Turner's tips: All the best bets for Tuesday, September 23Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    John Holt has a decent record with his select string - Number Theory proving the main flag bearer for the Leicestershire yard - and DUTCH LADY could go close back at a track she likes. There was precious little wrong with her effort last time at Thirsk where she found track specialist Disclosure too strong in the closing stages, but she looks feasibly handicapped at present and, with conditions to suit, she could be one to side with in an open race.

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    1 hr ago | Daily Star

    FINDINGS: Police say they believe there is a "strong possibility" that the remains are of missing 31-year-old Heath Nield [FACEBOOK/CAVENDISH] Police also discovered a body while searching the area and believe there is a "strong possibility" that the remains belongs to 31-year-old Heath Nield. A dog walker discovered the leg behind Healey Conservative Club in Whitworth, near Rochdale, shortly before 2.45pm on Sunday.

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  7. Head Over Heels: 120k BMX and skatepark opens in East LancashireRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    A NEW A 120,000 indoor BMX and skatepark, the first of its kind in East Lancashire, has opened its doors. Local skaters and BMX riders can now test their skills at the park, which is based at the former Blackburn Rovers Sports Academy building near Darwen Vale High School.

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  8. A brief history of the UK ParliamentRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | BBC News

    The Scottish referendum looks set to bring change to the UK Parliament. But Westminster has seen plenty of that over the past 900 years.

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  9. Hordes of zombies descend on RawtenstallRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    Bank Street and Marl Pits hosted the gathering, which offered participants free entry to the 'Run of the Living Dead' event next month. I Love Rossendale, a social enterprise that aims to bring tourism to the area, was behind the stunt and hoped to persuade hundreds to be chased by zombies around a 5km obstacle course on Saturday, October 25. Money raised from the event in October will be donated to Rossendale Cash For Kids which was set up by I Love Rossendale.

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  10. Nelson mum stole booze to pay for new lockRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    A MUM with more than 100 offences to her name stole alcohol worth almost A 80 to pay for a damaged lock at home, a court heard. Burnley magistrates were told that Kim Cowburn's daughter had moved in with her while tagged and was said to have 'caused all manner of problems' including damage.

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  11. Lancaster bomber visit boosts beer sales at brewer Daniel ThwaitesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Drinking to success: The Lancaster, sponsored by Thwaites and owned by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, is one of only two still flying A six-week visit to Britain by a Second World War Lancaster bomber normally based in Canada has boosted beer sales at North West England brewer Daniel Thwaites. The company, quoted on the junior ISDX stock exchange, makes a tipple named after the aircraft made famous by the RAF's Dambusters.

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  12. War veteran families get help groupRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    THE families of war veterans who are struggling with issues such as single-parenting are to be offered support at weekly meetings from next month. Veterans in Communities , a Rossendale-based military charity, will also be offered help and advice with living back in the parental home and having to rely on family for support.

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  13. East Lancs drink-driver who was five times the limit stopped by motorists who snatched her keysRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    A WOMAN almost five times the drink-drive limit was stopped on a busy dual carriageway at rush hour by public-spirited motorists who blocked her in and snatched her car keys. Julie Christine Hancock, 47, had been seen heading towards Rawtenstall, on the M66, swerving across both lanes in her Ford Fiesta and almost hitting the central reservation at about 60mph.

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  14. Chester FC v Wrexham: Bubble match passes off without major incidentRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | IcNorthWales

    Cheshire Police say just four arrests made and thank fans for good behaviour - but restrictions on supporters still come under fire The Wrexham v Chester bubble match passed off without major trouble last night as large police numbers kept rival sets of supporters apart. Chester pinched the three points with a late winner after Wrexham has numerous chances to put the game to bed after taking an early lead.

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  15. Police link body found in Rochdale to missing manRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ITV

    Detectives say they believe a body and a human leg was found at Whitworth at the weekend could be that of missing Rossendale man Heath Nield. The body was found on land behind Healey Conservative Club at Whitworth shortly before 2.45pm on Sunday, September 21. Police said officers are in the process of recovering the body.

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  16. Popular teen boxing champion found dead aged 16Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    Macauley Moran began boxing when he was 10, and had recently become 58kg 2014 champion in the prestigious North West Amateur Boxing Association Tributes have poured in for popular 16-year-old Macauley Moran from Manchester, who is believed to have taken his own life. The teenager, who trained with Gorton Amateur Boxing Club and was tipped to become a professional, had become 58kg 2014 champion in the prestigious North West Amateur Boxing Association earlier this year. 1 comment

  17. United Utilities to pay A 37,294 for allowing muddy water to seep into Padiham brookRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    UNITED Utilities has been fined A 33,000 after pleading guilty to allowing muddy water to seep into a brook near Padiham. The company, which supplies water across East Lancashire, was also ordered to pay A 4,174.22 in costs and a A 120 victim surcharge at a court case at Burnley Magistrates' Court, following a prosecution by the Environment Agency.

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  18. Hillsborough criticism was 'removed'Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Newsday

    The altering of a sergeant's statement after the Hillsborough disaster was "possibly" an attempt to mislead an inquiry, the inquests jury has heard. William Crawford said he only found out in January that comments criticising the low number of officers at the Leppings Lane end had been "expunged".

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  19. City goal drought continues on roadRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Worcester News

    TYLER WEIR: The left-back played a key role in most of Worcester City's moves at Fylde in Vanarama Conference North. WORCESTER City were taught a lesson in attacking football as their away day woes continued on the Lancashire coast with a 4-0 defeat at AFC Fylde.

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  20. Worcester tread new ground with trip to LancashireRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Worcester News

    While securing membership into the 92 Club by attending a match at every current Premier League and Football League stadium is the aim of some, visiting a new venue at any level also derives pleasure. Non-league fans are no exception and today Worcester City will venture into new territory when they take on Fylde at Kellamergh Park .

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