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Controverisal plans for a “monstrous” new multi-storey car park for staff at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary will come under discussion next week.
Two people accused of human trafficking offences are to go on trial.
An artist who was inspired by the community spirit in the wake of Storm Desmond two years ago has teamed up with Lancaster businesses to show off her work during Lancaster Music Festival.
A man is to go on trial charged with historic sex offences dating back to the 1960s.
An assistant chief nurse at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT), will take part in a 10k run in Sheffield on October 22 as part of the 10k for Nurses initiative which raises money for the Cavell Nurses’ Trust.
A looter, Ant from Ant and Dec, and the man who cut the power to more than 60,000 homes and businesses in Lancaster all feature in a new play about the city’s infamous floods and resulting three day power outage.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a crash on the Lancaster University campus which left a cyclist with serious injuries.
A new service for patients referred to the orthopaedic service has become
An ex-diplomat who took up creative writing after a high-flying career is to launch her first book since moving to Garstang.
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The world’s first canal comic book – inspired by Lancaster Canal – will be launched this Friday (October 13).
A unique concert at Lancaster’s Priory Church will raise funds in memory of a loving couple who were killed while climbing a mountain on Valentine’s weekend.
Police have issued advice to residents in Garstang after a number of people received scam calls from someone claiming to be from HMRC.
The Lancaster and Morecambe district is second only to Blackpool as a visitor hotspot in the county after another bumper year for tourism.
The MP for Lancaster is one of eight MPs who have written to the Prime Minister calling for help after 2,000 jobs were axed at a Lancashire aerospace centre.
Endangered red squirrels are on the comeback in Lancaster after an eagle-eyed guest captured one on camera at a caravan park.
A Lancaster hospice has won a prestigious national award, beating off national charities in the competition.
Heavy rain has caused the River Lune to burst its banks, blocking the road between Gressingham and Hornby.
A tribute evening in memory of a beloved husband has raised more than £5k for St John’s Hospice.
Residents, landlords, businesses and organisations in the West End of Morecambe should be on the look-out for a survey dropping through their letterbox asking for people’s views on the introduction of a scheme which will improve the quality of rented accommodation in their area.