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HM Revenue and Customs is warning the public about a high profile phone scam that is conning vulnerable and elderly people out of thousands of pounds.
Flytippers keep dumping rubbish in the back garden of a house on Westminster Road much to the dismay of nearby residents.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:
A leading Morecambe businesswoman raised funds for a cancer charity close to her heart at her company’s 20th anniversary celebration.
Hundreds of animals were dumped at rescue centres in Morecambe and Lancaster in the run-up to Christmas.
Two men walked away from the mangled wreckage of this car in what police said was a ‘miracle’.
Caton Road still remains closed today following a serious crash involving a car and a coach.
It was a year of ups and downs across the Lancaster district, as GAYLE ROUNCIVELL discovered when she looked back at 2017. Here’s part one of our two-part Review of the Year.
Thousands of homes were temporarily without power over the festive period.
Police are currently dealing with a serious crash on Caton Road in Lancaster.
A Lancaster nurse will hang up her uniform for the very last time after five decades in the profession.
Women and families can now look around their local maternity services from home, thanks to new virtual tours from University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust.
Firefighters were called out on Christmas Eve after a grill pan caught fire.
Firefighters used breathing apparatus to deal with a fire involving a tumble dryer this morning.
Firefighters dealt with a chimney fire at a domestic property.
Firefighters used an aerial ladder on a roof blaze at commercial premises in Lancaster.
An Emergency Plan developed in Halton after Storm Desmond was not put into action because no-one volunteered to help deliver it, a meeting in the village heard.
As a another busy night approaches, Emergency Departments and Bay Health and Care Partners are urging the public to enjoy themselves in moderation and know their limits to help relieve pressure on the local health and care services.
A Heysham fuel storage tank manufacturer has recently taken huge orders from two UK airports.
Local health chiefs are reminding residents that seeing their local community pharmacist could be the best way to help them stay well during the Christmas period.