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A Lancaster hotel has opened a new restaurant following extensive refurbishment.
A disgraced pensioner betrayed his position as a treasurer at a golf club to pocket £30,000 of subscription fees and £6,000 competition money to fend off his credit card debts.
A woman has died at a house in Morecambe.
Lancaster-based career management and personal development company Inspira celebrated Employability Day by taking its services on the road and into local communities.
A judge has slammed Lancashire County Council for “misleading” NHS Trusts over the £104m Virgin contract.
History is to be made today when people from Lancaster and Lancashire journey over the Pennines to York where the new Anglican Bishop of Lancaster will be ordained in the Minster.
What better way to enjoy a heatwave than eating outdoors.
Lancaster City Council and Lancaster University are joining forces to wage a war on weeds.
Lancaster’s Mayor has backed a campaign to end holiday hunger.
Lancaster City Council, along with partners Alliance Leisure, have won another top award for their redevelopment of Salt Ayre Leisure Centre.
Recycling proved its benefits to the local environment in more ways than one when staff from the Lancaster depot of property maintenance company EMCORUK presented Rosemere Cancer Foundation with a donation of £1,000.
A student at the University of Cumbria is holding a charity ball in memory of her brother who died last year.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust bagged an award at the HSJ Value Awards ceremony, held to recognise and celebrate outstanding improvement in care quality and efficiency by the NHS staff and organisations
Doctors from University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) ran, swam, and cycled to raise awareness and funds for the Macular Unit at Westmorland General Hospital.
A 12 month pilot eMeals project on a 31 bedded ward at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) has shown positive results.
Family, friends and staff celebrated the 100th birthday of Edith Duerden at Craigneil Residential Home in Morecambe.
A woman who has directly benefited from CancerCare’s services spoke about her experiences at a special fundraising quiz at Pizza Margherita in Lancaster.
The local economy is set to receive a boost next month when hundreds of visitors from across the globe visit Lancaster.
Details of the University of Cumbria’s annual showcase of research work have been revealed.
It all began on Walney Island on a warm, sunny Saturday morning.