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Time is running out to help needy children

Education
The council will meet on Thursday at County Hall.

Council recruitment drive follows criticism by Ombudsman.

Health
Christmas calf show at Myerscough College

Christmas calf show is moo-velous says College

Education

Fulwood library officially re-opens 14 months after closure

News

How to answer nine of the most challenging questions kids love to ask

News

Lancashire Police vow as nationwide alcohol breath tests see dramatic fall

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BREAKING: Four arrested following shooting which left a woman with serious injuries

Crime

FESTIVE PLEDGE: Support Lancashire Post's Christmas Appeal for 2017 for Nest

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The Walton le Dale Park and Ride service has been given a two month reprieve

Use it or lose it warning as Walton le Dale Park and Ride gets a two month reprieve

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Emails should be sent to staff about their behaviour before parties

Firms urged to email staff about behaviour before work Christmas parties

Business

Future of quiet carriages on trains under scrutiny after passenger palaver

Transport
Passenger watchdog Transport Focus compared the news to "a chill wind" blowing down platforms

Rail passengers to be hit by hike in train fares

Transport
Almost 400 miles of roadworks will be lifted

400 miles of roadworks to be lifted to ease Christmas getaway

Transport

Dashcam shows lorry driver 'falling asleep' before M6 motorway crash

Transport
Police have launched their drink driving campaign

Police start push to catch drink and drug drivers over Christmas period

News

Five quizzed over suspected murder of three children who died after house fire

Crime
Lancashire has fewer roads officers, says a report

Lancashire Police vow as nationwide alcohol breath tests see dramatic fall

News
The shooting happened on Saturday, December 2.

BREAKING: Four arrested following shooting which left a woman with serious injuries

Crime
Roads Policing Officers are responsible for patrolling motorways and main roads

Police breathalyser tests in England fall by a quarter in five years

Crime

Time is running out to help needy children

Education
Christmas calf show at Myerscough College

Christmas calf show is moo-velous says College

Education

Fulwood library officially re-opens 14 months after closure

News
Young people are taking out substantial loans to pay for courses without much effective help and advice

Spending watchdog raises 'mis-selling' concern over university degree courses

Education
Big Interview Vera Waters, author, counsellor and life coach

Caring Chorley pioneer took a Red Rose heart all around the world

News

Fulwood library officially re-opens 14 months after closure

News
The Walton le Dale Park and Ride service has been given a two month reprieve

Use it or lose it warning as Walton le Dale Park and Ride gets a two month reprieve

News
Emails should be sent to staff about their behaviour before parties

Firms urged to email staff about behaviour before work Christmas parties

Business
Looking to bag a bargain before the Boxing Day sales start?

How to get money off Amazon purchases

Business

Council recruitment drive follows criticism by Ombudsman.

Health

Fulwood library officially re-opens 14 months after closure

News
The Walton le Dale Park and Ride service has been given a two month reprieve

Use it or lose it warning as Walton le Dale Park and Ride gets a two month reprieve

News
Council leader Coun Geoff Driver

£7m cuts to council services

News
Traffic in Fishergate must now give way to vehicles coming out of Butler Street

‘Give way’ rule ends a traffic free-for-all

News

Christmas calf show is moo-velous says College

Education
The Walton le Dale Park and Ride service has been given a two month reprieve

Use it or lose it warning as Walton le Dale Park and Ride gets a two month reprieve

News
Council leader Coun Geoff Driver

£7m cuts to council services

News
The Oraefajokull volcano

Monitoring stepped up at dangerous Iceland volcano

Environment

Council recruitment drive follows criticism by Ombudsman.

Health
The Preston and District branch of the Parkinson's Society has been running for more than 45 years, members share social outings, experiences and advice at their monthly meetings at St Cuthbert's Centre

Preston Parkinson's Society group is helping sufferers live fulfilling lives

News
It's not just snap-happy nails we have to contend with

This is how to stop your nails breaking in winter according to experts

Health
Remember, the results do not have be perfect

Ask an expert: What should I play with kids now it's winter?

Health
Cough medicines could "actually do more harm than good".

Doctor warns against over the counter cough syrups and medicines for children

Health