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Special investigation: Hidden epidemic of military suicides

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North West paramedics from the GMB union are to continue weekend industrial action until October.

Ambulance staff to press on with strikes

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Jack Coulson, 19, who was sentenced at Leeds Crown Court to four years and eight months detention in a young offender institution for possessing a document for terrorist purposes. Photo credit: Counter Terrorism Policing North East/PA Wire

Teenager detained for downloading 'mischief' terror manual

Crime

Axe-wielding shop assistant guilty of hacking colleague to death

Crime

Blackpool bingo plan fails to win council over

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PROJECT UPDATE: Transport revamp on track to take trams back to the future

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Archive images show cycling heyday in Blackpool

Nostalgia
Alison Hammond and Richard Cadell reveal Sooty's new plaque on North Pier, celebrating his 70th birthday

Plaque honour for Sooty's 70th birthday

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Grange Park, Queen's Silver Jubilee Parade, 1977

In pictures: 70 years of the Grange Park estate

Nostalgia

Teenager detained for downloading 'mischief' terror manual

Crime
Imran Muhammed, the shop assistant has been found guilty of hacking a colleague to death amid fears of being sent back to Pakistan. Photo credit: CPS/PA Wire

Axe-wielding shop assistant guilty of hacking colleague to death

Crime
Supporters of former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson outside the Royal Courts of Justice, as he attempts to challenge his 13-month prison term for contempt of court. Photo credit: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire

Tommy Robinson faces wait for ruling in contempt of court challenges

Crime
Christopher Lythgoe, 32 with the official National Action logo on a flag. The leader of the banned neo-Nazi group National Action has been jailed for eight years. Photo credit: Greater Manchester Police/PA Wire

National Action leader Christopher Lythgoe jailed for eight years

Crime
Gillespies

Musician was attacked outside Blackpool pub venue

Crime

One lane remains closed on M6 after resurfacing

Transport
Five years ago, just 1% of members had a dashcam

One in five drivers now has a dashcam, AA finds

Transport
Motorists face severe congestion

Summer getaway warning as motorists face 'Frantic Friday' congestion

Transport
The M55 closure

M55 reopens westbound after biker accident

Transport

Thank you for the music as tribute band puts on Grand performance

Education
Memories cannot be formed before about three-and-a-half years

40% of people have first memories that are made up, study finds

Education
Holiday club

School holiday clubs in Lancashire 2018

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Are "do-gooders killing fun and laughter"?

Punch and Judy man hits back at political correctness

Whats on
Park Academy has taken delivery of its third Variety Club minibus. The bus was sponsored by The Friends of Park Community Academy who have spent the last three years tirelessly'fundraising towards it.

Blackpool school’s swimming boost as bus takes strain

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Ambulance staff to press on with strikes

News
An artists impression of the proposed bingo hall

Blackpool bingo plan fails to win council over

News
John Cronin

Fylde YMCA hails Champion support

Business
Brushing up on some construction site Curling skills are Ameon's George Guy, Anton Willis and Lyndon Brook at the Flower Bowl at Barton Grange where the team has installed hi-tech heat recovery and moisture extraction equipment

Hi-tech building services team's cool moves

Business

Blackpool bin collections back under council control in move to save £760k

Politics
Coun Simon Blackburn

'IRA' complaint referred to town hall monitor

News

Special investigation: The hidden cost of war

Blackpool

Will locals have a say on future fracking plans?

Environment
Leak near Runcorn Avenue

‘Hosepipe ban? Fix street leak please...

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Street ‘blighted’ by fly tipping menace

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Thornton couple flooded out of home for months

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Obesity

How do we end shame of needless deaths?

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The unit formerly known as Calderstones, at Whalley, could remain open until 2021.

NHS boss wants Lancashire learning disability unit closed

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Delayed discharges from hospitals in Lancashire are reducing - but still missing targets.

Hospital discharge delays gradually reducing

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Gooseberry the snake found in Lytham

Appeal to find Gooseberry the snake’s owner

News
Are "do-gooders killing fun and laughter"?

Punch and Judy man hits back at political correctness

Whats on
'Ave it!

Holland's Pies have come up with the snack of the summer

Lifestyle

Gritters are out across Lancashire to prevent roads from melting in the blistering summer heat

News

The Thing Is with Steve Canavan

Opinion
Roy Edmonds

A Word In Your Ear - Thursday, July 19

Opinion

Andy Mitchell from Radio Wave

Opinion