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Made to measure buses roll into town

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Firefighters dealt with an incident at a house in Billington in the early hours of the morning.

Firefighters tackle bedroom blaze

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A driver escaped without serious injury after crashing his classic sports car into a tree in Whalley.

Driver's lucky escape after sports car crashes into tree

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Best foot forward for Starlight Walk

Relatives and loved ones honoured during Starlight walk

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Fury at flood plain housing scheme

Politics

Primark slammed over ‘padded bra’ range for children

Business 1

Get ready to take your seats for re-launch of new look Burnley cinema

Arts 1

Residents’ campaign against Lidl car park application

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The sheep were huddled together on a high spot on the farm, standing in about three inches of water

On the lamb! Rabbits play woolly jumpers for sheep thrills

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Get out of one's way

More than 100,000 over-90's still hold driving licences

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More than 100,000 over-90's still hold driving licences

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A 255 million fund is expected to be unveiled to help councils speed up local measures to deal with pollution

New petrol and diesel vehicles to be banned from 2040

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County Councillor, Andrew Snowden, lead member for highways and transport.

Bus services: Councillors debating where £1m injection most needed

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The surge in ticketing comes after clamping on private land was banned in 2012

Code of conduct urged as number of parking tickets from private companies rises

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The road remains closed but recovery now on scene

Road closed after 'serious' accident in Gisburn

Transport 3

Clitheroe Police investigate church lead thefts

Crime
Charlie Gard's parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates

'Sorry we couldn't save you' says Charlie Gard's mum as court fight ends

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Police received a report of a dog bite in Sabden at around 11pm.

Sabden man treated for dog bite

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Police investigations are continuing into the incident

Man in hospital after suspected assault in Colne

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Fond tributes paid to former CRGS teacher

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Children enjoyed an action-packed day at Edisford Primary School.

Young entrepreneurs organise fun day

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Class Two teacher, Mrs Robinson, and some of the children from St Marys with the banner celebrating the schools success.

St Mary’s maintains ‘good’ Ofsted rating

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Edisford Primary School's winning football team.

Young footballers’ winning streak

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Year Six pupils at Edisford Primary School in Clitheroe at their performance of the classic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Pupils leave school with a bang – a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!

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Primark slammed over ‘padded bra’ range for children

Business 1
The sheep were huddled together on a high spot on the farm, standing in about three inches of water

On the lamb! Rabbits play woolly jumpers for sheep thrills

Offbeat
Get out of one's way

More than 100,000 over-90's still hold driving licences

Offbeat 10
A 255 million fund is expected to be unveiled to help councils speed up local measures to deal with pollution

New petrol and diesel vehicles to be banned from 2040

Offbeat 6

Fury at flood plain housing scheme

Politics
Peel Street and Derby Street residents who are objecting to proposals for Lidl to extend its store on to a public car park.

Residents’ campaign against Lidl car park application

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Members of Clitheroe Civic Society protesting earlier this year about previous plans to demolish the former Clitheroe Hospital building. They are, from left, Duncan and Ruth Thompson, Steve Burke and Len Middleton.

Objections to new plans for old hospital site

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Coun Paul Greenall pictured moments after resigning from the Tory group at County hall  and moving to sit next to Independent Councillor Liz Oades

Lancashire County Councillor quits Tory party in intimidation row

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Some members of the fund raising group for St John's Read and St Peter's Simonstone. Back row John Aizlewood and the Rev. Robert Fielding, front row Daphne Rix, Lynne Clarke,  Susan Liles, Joyce Andrew and Zena Jeffries.

Drumming Mayor’s benefit gig with a difference

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Farewell to former Farmers Guardian editor Gerald Henderson

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County Coun. Azhar Ali (s)

Call for cash boost for Lancashire transport links

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County Coun Frank De Molfetta

Call to retro-fit sprinklers to flats

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The council wants to tackle the scourge of dog poop in public

Proposal for tighter controls on dogs in public

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Nurse with MS inspires 1,500 mile adventure

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Emily and her daughter Penny are pictured at the front at the Teddy Bear's Picnic held at St Michael and St John's RC Primary School to raise awareness about the virus CMV and to raise funds for the charity CMV Action.

Mum's fight to eradicate virus

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Martin and Rachel Isherwood who completed the Snowdonia Challenge to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Couple’s mountainous challenge for MS

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AuntBessies has added these delicious veg chips to its range, which count towards the recommended five-a-day. (s)

REVIEW: Crunch your way to five-a-day with these delicious veg chips

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Helen Kirkwood and Karen Counsell provide a compassionate service

Honour for nursing duo who offer comfort to bereaved

Health