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Guns seized following drugs raid in Tameside

Guns have been seized following a drugs raid at a house in Tameside . Officers used a battering ram to smash their way inside the property on Reins Lee Road in Ashton-under-Lyne on Friday morning. Footage shared by GMP shows police using the...

Manchester Evening News, Saturday, 06:33
 

Ten of the UK's favourite tweets of 2018

The collection illustrates some of the best, funniest or most heartfelt things which have struck a chord with UK users of the social media site since January. 1. 'Slab-head' inspires a meme Harry Maguire, along with his affectionate nickname, became...

Lancashire Evening Post, Saturday, 05:51
 
Here's when the Mersey Tunnels tolls will be FREE over Christmas

Here's when the Mersey Tunnels tolls will be FREE over Christmas

The Mersey Tunnels will be completely FREE to drive through this Christmas. The £1.80 toll for the two routes connecting Liverpool with Birkenhead and Wallasey will not be payable for a certain period over the holidays. It’s in a bid to help people...

Liverpool Echo, Saturday, 05:51
 

Meet Norbert Reichart the man behind the £300m Blackpool masterplan

0 Have your say Blackpool's £300m tourism vision for the future was revealed yesterday, but who is the man behind the plans? Norbert Reichart found fame in Europe as a successful music producer and entrepreneur. He broke on to the dance music scene in...

Blackpool Gazette, Saturday, 05:49
 

South Ribble councillors pay tribute to veteran politician

0 Have your say Members of South Ribble Borough Council stood in the authority's chamber in silent tribute to one of their number,  just 24 hours after his funeral. Dave Watts passed away suddenly last month at the age of 71. He had represented the...

Lancashire Evening Post, Saturday, 01:08
 

The shocking noises families are having to put up with every weekend

These shocking noises are what families in Norris Green have to put up with every weekend, claim residents. CCTV footage, taken from a property on Broad Lane, allegedly shows gangs of teenagers screaming and wailing in the street. On the video, which...

Liverpool Echo, Friday, 20:27
 

Being chaplain was Michael’s dream job

A man hailed as one of Blackpool FC’s great ambassadors is being mourned after his death. Tributes have been paid to Reverend Michael Ward, who was the club chaplain as well as chairman of Blackpool FC Community Trust. He died on Wednesday. Rev Ward,...

Blackpool Gazette, Friday, 20:02
 

History of town will go on display

The history of St Helens is being brought to life through a very special show. The Greatest St Helens Show fuses music, dance and storytelling to celebrate the borough’s movers and shakers that have made the town great. Read more: Health concerns over...

St Helens Reporter, Friday, 19:52
 

Businessman who grew cannabis at his home has £90k including pension seized

A businessman jailed for growing cannabis at his home had £92,000 including his pension seized by the courts. James Drew ran a company controlling taxi driver licences and owned his own house in Brentwood Grove in Kirkby. Police raided his address on...

Liverpool Echo, Friday, 19:11
 

Call for nursing care to be delivered by medical staff at county's special schools

The nursing care needed by some children in Lancashire’s special schools is “inequitable and unsustainable”, according to a committee of county councillors who have investigated the issue. The cross-party task group concluded that there was no clear...

Chorley Guardian, Friday, 19:02
 

Call for nursing care to be delivered by medical staff at county's special schools

The nursing care needed by some children in Lancashire’s special schools is “inequitable and unsustainable”, according to a committee of county councillors who have investigated the issue. The cross-party task group concluded that there was no clear...

Lancaster Guardian, Friday, 18:53
 

Call for nursing care to be delivered by medical staff at county's special schools

The nursing care needed by some children in Lancashire’s special schools is “inequitable and unsustainable”, according to a committee of county councillors who have investigated the issue. The cross-party task group concluded that there was no clear...

Clitheroe Advertiser, Friday, 18:53
 

Call for nursing care to be delivered by medical staff at county's special schools

The nursing care needed by some children in Lancashire’s special schools is “inequitable and unsustainable”, according to a committee of county councillors who have investigated the issue. The cross-party task group concluded that there was no clear...

Pendle Today, Friday, 18:49
 

Chance to hear more on hospital scheme

The new owners of Fleetwood Hospital are inviting members of the community to meet them and hear an outline of their plans for the building. The Fleetwood Trust are hosting the event on Thursday, December 13 from 5pm to 8pm at the hospital and...

Fleetwood Today, Friday, 18:43
 

Call for nursing care to be delivered by medical staff at county's special schools

The nursing care needed by some children in Lancashire’s special schools is “inequitable and unsustainable”, according to a committee of county councillors who have investigated the issue. The cross-party task group concluded that there was no clear...

Fleetwood Today, Friday, 18:43
 


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