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Can you lend a hand to Marie Curie appeal?

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Longer wait for recycling collections

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Residents enjoying a tour of the new facilities

Residents treated to tour of Burnley FC's new training ground

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Two women had to be rescued from their cars after a road accident yesterday.

Firefighters free two women trapped in cars after road accident

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Child's play meets horse play at charity's new playgroup

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Call to end stalemate on devolution deal for Lancashire

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Teenager loses both legs after being struck down with life threatening illness

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Shock as Burnley Half Marathon cancelled

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Fortune favoured Nelson over Colne in bets placed last year.

Nelson is Lancashire's fourth luckiest town

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Staff at Burnley's Sir John Thursby Community College walked the equivalent distance from Burnley to Brussels in a fitness challenge.

Teachers walked from Burnley to Brussels

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Firefighters free two women trapped in cars after road accident

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Will the North West’s new £500m trains ease the problems on our congested lines?

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Sylvia and Tony Seminara survey the latest damage to their wall.

Restaurant owners offer to sacrifice garden to make road safer

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The flooding on Reedyford Road in Nelson has caused Ali Ahmed serious problems.

'I'm thinking of packing it in': Nightmare roads costing Nelson cabbie thousands

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The £500m new trains heading to the North West

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Concern for missing teenager

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A shop-lifter, who racked up 54 offences, was caught stealing in a supermarket wearing a hi-vis jacket.

Shop-lifter caught for 54th offence

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Police are searching for a teenager missing from his home in Nelson

Police appeal after teenager goes missing from home

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A cleaner,  who stole a charity box from her own bank, put it down to the menopause

Woman blames menopause after stealing charity box from bank, court told

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Teachers walked from Burnley to Brussels

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Some of the class of 1969 from Burnley's St John's RC Primary School are set to be reunited in September.

Nostalgic school photographs reunites classmates for first time in four decades

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Stephen Young

Top role for ex-Burnley student

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County Coun John Fillis, deputy leader of the Labour group

County councillors clash over leaked pay for top executive

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Dyche and Cork join pupils of St Peter's CE Primary School in Burnley

Dyche and Cork go back to school for PE masterclass

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Call to end stalemate on devolution deal for Lancashire

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Fortune favoured Nelson over Colne in bets placed last year.

Nelson is Lancashire's fourth luckiest town

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Will the North West’s new £500m trains ease the problems on our congested lines?

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Staff at the Burnley branch of the Swinton Group have raised over 3,000 for Pendleside Hospice by taking part in a series of voluntary activities

Bucket collections and bag packing help colleagues smash £3,000 target for hospice

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Longer wait for recycling collections

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County Coun Azhar Ali

Call to end stalemate on devolution deal for Lancashire

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Blackpool link road, watched by civic officials in 1986. The road follows the old railway line to the site of Central Station and is named after Lancashire County Council surveyor Harry Yeadon (far left), it was opened on the 3rd January 1986. Louise Ellman in light coloured coat

Today's suffragettes: ‘I was very determined to make a difference’

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The flooding on Reedyford Road in Nelson has caused Ali Ahmed serious problems.

'I'm thinking of packing it in': Nightmare roads costing Nelson cabbie thousands

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Stephen Young

Top role for ex-Burnley student

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Longer wait for recycling collections

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County Coun Azhar Ali

Call to end stalemate on devolution deal for Lancashire

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The much-visited trig point at the top of the hill.

£1.8m Lottery windfall will help Pendle shed its air of mystery

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Greenberfield Locks

Plan for houses at historic beauty spot thrown out

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Teenager loses both legs after being struck down with life threatening illness

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Staff at Burnley's Sir John Thursby Community College walked the equivalent distance from Burnley to Brussels in a fitness challenge.

Teachers walked from Burnley to Brussels

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Staff at the Burnley branch of the Swinton Group have raised over 3,000 for Pendleside Hospice by taking part in a series of voluntary activities

Bucket collections and bag packing help colleagues smash £3,000 target for hospice

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A cleaner,  who stole a charity box from her own bank, put it down to the menopause

Woman blames menopause after stealing charity box from bank, court told

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After going blind, Chris Tattersall discovered a new lease of life thanks to guide dog Goughy. (s)

Hear Chris’ inspiring tale of strength

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