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A Heysham woman has led a fundraising campaign for a dog charity which makes a difference to her life.
A Heysham teacher will find out if she is a classroom hero at a glittering ceremony which will be broadcasted on BBC television.
An application to demolish part of White Lund’s old First World War munitions factory has been deferred.
Year 6 pupils at Great Wood Primary School had the opportunity to quiz John Bercow MP during a live question and answer session this week.
Thousands of people have been enjoying the sights and sounds of Lancaster Music Festival this weekend - and the show’s not over yet.
A bell will soon ring on Morecambe Bay as plans to install it have been approved.
A teenager has been assaulted and a man has been robbed during what are believed to be linked incidents in Lancaster.
Lancaster University is leading one of the government’s 12 new regional science and innovation audits to develop a new approach to regional economic development.
Irish stand-up comedian and actor Sean Hughes has died aged 51, his management has confirmed.
Fire crews were called out to a derelict building on fire in Morecambe.
Fire broke out in a shed in Halton, said the fire service.
The Lancaster Community Alcohol Partnership has won a national award for its work tackling underage drinking in the city’s Bulk ward.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an assault and a robbery in Lancaster.
A woman was rescued after becoming stuck in mud on Morecambe beach whilst walking her dog.
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has invested £203,000 in its vehicle fleet to support freight and passenger services.
Animal lover and businesswoman Anita Lowis took to the water on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to support a charity close to her heart.
People living with or caring for someone with a disability will soon be able to access information about facilities before they visit for a health appointment.
Three Lancaster museums are to be taken back in-house by the city council.
The ninth annual Lancaster Music Festival is now well underway in the city, with thousands of people expected to turn out for the long weekend.
Morecambe FC supporters have greeted news of the management team’s new extended contracts with hearty applause.