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Better Care Together is releasing two new films which aim to help users of inhalers to get the maximum benefit from them.
Patients and staff from University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS FoundationTrust (UHMBT) have felt the benefit of dedicated volunteers.
Healthwatch Lancashire and Healthwatch Blackpool are working together on a project looking at what matters most to children and young people about the health and social care services they receive.
Neighbours have described their “pure hell” as they struggle to live near a flat rife with drug dealing and anti-social behaviour.
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Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has visited a new modern slavery victims’ suite to highlight the good work of Lancashire Constabulary.
Police would like the public’s help to recover an item stolen from a business in Morecambe.
A memorial to mark the 100th anniversary of the White Lund Explosions has been unveiled.
More than 5,500 men across the county reported they had been victims of domestic abuse in 2016.
The search is on to find an exceptional young person deserving of the Lancashire Young Citizen of the Year award – and the police need your help to find them.
A former economics teacher from Morecambe officially launches an Institute for Teaching today, Thursday, in front of the Secretary of State for Education.
A nine-year-old girl who has a rare nerve condition will swim for one hour to help other children like her.
A 92-year-old woman has been taken to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary after she was hit by a vehicle in Morrisons car park.
Lancaster councillors have backed proposals for a major £250m redevelopment of dilapidated land in the city.
CCTV images of a man have been released in connection to a bag theft from a train at Lancaster station.
Police say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a woman who has gone missing from home in Lancaster.
Warm colours, crunching leaves, surging waterways and majestic sunsets over shadowy mountainsides all collude to make the English Lakes well worth a visit in late October.
The scary clown makeover of 'our Eric' certainly wasn't the first time the statue has been dressed up over the years.
A former police worker from Lancaster fell to his death from a fourth floor flat in Thailand after a night out.
A law student from Morecambe bumped into trekkers walking along the Great Wall of China to raise money for Lancaster’s hospice.