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Budding sports reporters put through their paces

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Twins Ruairi and Maisie Dillon with their cheque for the money their cake sale raised for Pendleside Hospice

Young twins rise to the occasion in charity bake off sale

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Ribblesdale High School students on the catwalk at their fashion show to showcase their work.

Showcase of fashion by budding young designers

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Ribble Valley MP leads debate on flooding

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Wayne’s world - a country full of litter

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New twist in campaign to save library

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Protest outside hospital

Protest outside hospital to halt closure

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Ex nurse Amie Heller who was jailed for stealing drugs from the hospital where she worked.

Jail for ex hospital nurse who stole drugs

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Trainee sports journalist Jamie Green (back row second from left) with Ribbles High school students Josh Seed, Owen Parker, Toby Greenhalgh, James Bridge, James Fielding, Kian Bowden, Max Harris, Charlie Nowell and Harvey Vause.

Budding sports reporters put through their paces

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Sean Dyche and Arsene Wenger

Dyche - Wenger's longevity won't be repeated

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Tom Heaton

Boss has been incredible - Heaton

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Hendrick hopes best mate Brady joins him at Burnley

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Clarets U23 cup fixture against Blackburn moved to Morecambe

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Ribblesdale High School students on the catwalk at their fashion show to showcase their work.

Showcase of fashion by budding young designers

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Here are some great tips to keep your greens fresher for longer

Nine hacks to keep your greens fresh for longer

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Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb

Book review: Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb

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Here are some great tips to keep your greens fresher for longer

Nine hacks to keep your greens fresh for longer

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A quality bronze which sold at the recent Silverwoods auction sale. (s)

Experts line up to boost specialist auctions

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