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A hijabi beauty queen from Morecambe has been crowned Miss Publicity Lancashire 2017/2018 at a countywide modelling competition.
A thief who threatened a man with a hypodermic needle has been jailed for 18 weeks.
As well as the traditional services of remembrance on Remembrance Sunday there are other ways to pay tribute to those who gave their lives in the two world wars.
Hundreds raved the night away with world renowned DJs at a historic Morecambe building.
Record crowds in the region of 45,000 people descended on Lancaster at the weekend to enjoy this year’s magical two-night festival of light, music, art and fireworks.
A new zebra crossing intended to improve road safety has been labelled a “death trap” after a woman was injured in a car crash.
A boy who is battling brain cancer is celebrating as his group set up to help other ill children becomes a registered charity.
A disabled man had to spend his last month in bed because Lancashire County Council failed to provide him with the special chair he needed, an investigation has found.
Not many people have getting thrown out of the Rovers Return on their CV.
Morecambe is absolutely blooming wonderful and it’s official!
A motorist suffered serious injuries following a collision near to Lancaster today Monday, November 6.
Organisers behind the Cockerham bingo charity night are inviting all to join them for the next annual event on Friday November 17.
All political parties have a “responsibility” to deal with sexual harassment, Fleetwood MP Cat Smith has said, following her own experiences as a young activist.
Two cars were involved in a smash near a zebra crossing on Euston Road in Morecambe.
A man who was found collapsed inside a fast food restaurant has died.
Police have issued a CCTV image of a man they wish to speak to after a burglary in Morecambe.
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Lancaster University has signed a partnership with venture capital firm Campus Capital to bring investment to the region and further strengthen Lancashire start-ups.
Businesspeople are being invited to a special partnership event at CancerCare in Lancaster.