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Stanley will give Kal all the time he needs

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JOHN Coleman has said the club will give Kal Naismith as long as he needs after the sudden death of his girlfriend in Scotland.

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Darwen company fined over lead poisoning

A Darwen-based scrap metal firm has been fined for health and safety failings after workers suffered from lead poisoning.

Garner reflects on Port Vale encounter

He may have been bruised and battered, but Joe Garner was still more than happy after the final whistle knowing that North End had secured another three points.

Memorial for Lancashire's police dogs

A UNIQUE memorial for Lancashire Constabulary police dogs that have passed away will be officially unveiled at the force's Dog Unit later this week.

Boxing police officers

POLICE officers and staff from a variety of roles across Lancashire are teaming up with their fire, ambulance and prison service colleagues for a boxing match to raise money for charity.

Cash for Accrington Pals memorial

On 1st July 1916, on that fateful first day of the Battle of the Somme, the Accrington Pals suffered severe losses and over 600 casualties, leaving the community back home shattered and hardly anyone unaffected.

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Superfast Lancashire

A free Superfast Lancashire event is set to boost the success of businesses in Blackburn, Burnley, Preston and Accrington as well as those in more remote rural areas.

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Huntigton's delight

Paul Huntington scored on his first league start of the season to secure three points for PNE at a blustery Priestfield Stadium against Gillingham.

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Praise for Williamson

Gary Bowyer has sung the praises of Lee Williamson after their 1-0 win over Birmingham City.

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Chorley traveller site latest

The consultation process has re-opened to decide a location for Chorley's first traveller site.

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Jewellers targeted by thieves

Better police visability could have prevented a break-in in Whalley.

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Darwen company fined over lead poisoning

A Darwen-based scrap metal firm has been fined for health and safety failings after workers suffered from lead poisoning.




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