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People taking part in a strike action at Lancaster University decided to take a little dance break.
Plumbers, tradesmen and builders in the Lancaster and Morecambe are being urged to sign up to innovative new NSPCC training to help them spot children at risk of abuse and neglect.
After a four year battle little Joseph Devaney’s cancer is in remission, reporter Gemma Sherlock finds out more from the delighted family.
CityBlock, a leading provider in the development and management of high quality student accommodation across the UK, has reported a strong start to 2018, after receiving accreditation across all of its properties and making a key business hire.
An award-winning Lancaster fish and chip shop has joined other eco-friendly takeaways in their bid to reduce their plastic intake.
Carnforth Swimming Pool have celebrated its official opening and the future of Hornby Swimming pool has been saved.
During a post-Brexit trade visit to Turkey, Morecambe and Lunesdale MP David Morris visited a refugee camp near the Syrian border.
They’ve done it!
Councillors called for a community led approach to plans for the Canal Corridor development site in Lancaster at a public meeting this week.
Much improved – but could still do much better. That is the verdict so far on Lancashire’s children’s services.
A world record attempt for the largest gathering of people dressed as scarecrows will take place in Wray this year.
Staff at Lancaster University have rejected a deal between union leaders and employers over a pension dispute and said strikes would continue.
A woman was groped after being led to a car park by three men in Lancaster.
A Korean student was racially abused during a night out in Lancaster.
Science will be centre stage at Heysham power stations’ Visitor Centre, as the sites and Lancaster University link up to encourage youngsters to become the nation’s future scientists and engineers.
The newly announced Bishop of Lancaster - the first female Bishop to be appointed in Lancashire - said she would like to create “beacons” within communities.
A Lancaster county councillor has written to the government asking for more money to deal with a “growing crisis in children’s social care”.
Lancaster pubs have signed up to the ‘Ask for Angela’ campaign to promote safe dating.
A scheme to replace 38,000 streetlights with LEDs has been approved by Lancashire County Council’s cabinet.
A grandma with terminal cancer has been treated to a garden makeover thanks to a generous neighbour.