Sunday 29th March 2015

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Major improvements planned for Lancashire's roads.

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Miles of roads repaired, hundreds of streetlights replaced, and vital bridges fixed - they're all part of a £23 million plan announced by Lancashire County Council for the next year.

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VIDEO: Darwen man relives the moment his wife died in his arms.

A man from Darwen's decided to run the London Marathon to raise money for Cancer Research UK after his wife died in his arms. "We both knew what was happening and there was nothing I could do. She said ‘I love you. Look after the children’ and I said I loved her too.”

ROVERS: Taylor completes Rovers switch

Blackburn Rovers have completed the emergency loan signing of Paul Taylor from Ipswich Town.

Woman named after fatal road accident in Preston

Lancashire Police are trying to piece together the last movements of woman who was killed in a road accident in Preston.

ROVERS: Taylor completes Rovers switch

Blackburn Rovers have completed the emergency loan signing of Paul Taylor from Ipswich Town.

HAVE YOUR SAY: Millions of pounds to tackle cycling casualties around Lancashire.

Lancashire County Council will be improving 13 junctions with road markings, pedestrian crossings and new cycle lanes.

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Two new signings for Stanley

Wigan Athletic winger Ryan Jennings has joined Stanley on loan until the end of the season. Meanwhile goalkeeper Tony Warner has penned a short term deal with the Reds and will provide cover for Fleetwood Town loanee Scott Davies.

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VIDEO: Darwen man relives the moment his wife died in his arms.

A man from Darwen's decided to run the London Marathon to raise money for Cancer Research UK after his wife died in his arms. "We both knew what was happening and there was nothing I could do. She said ‘I love you. Look after the children’ and I said I loved her too.”

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ELECTION HAVE YOUR SAY: What are you bothered about

After months of wrangling, the two men who could be elected Prime Minister in May face the TV cameras tonight.

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Boy robbed and assaulted in Preston

A 17 year old boy was robbed and assaulted in Preston on Wednesday morning

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Rishton pet shop holds a snake amnesty

A pet shop owner from Rishton is offering reptile owners a chance to hand over their unwanted snakes. It's after a number were found dumped in the region.

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Plans for Preston trams are not on track

Plans to put trams back in Preston could come to a halt next week




 

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