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Here is what to do if you think your neighbours are smoking cannabis

People smoking cannabis in their own homes continues to cause problems in some communities across Lancashire This can create a problem for neighbours who have to put up with the notoriously punch stench wafting towards them. What can you do if you...

today, 17:26 in Regional North West
 

Minbu the elephant gets a front row view as the Red Arrows ZOOm into Blackpool

Being in the zoo doesn't mean you have to miss out on one of the best shows of the summer. At least that was what Minbu was thinking when she got herself to the top of the hill just in time to see the RAF's finest jet into the resort for the...

today, 14:16 in Regional North West
 

Storm Ernesto set to hit Lancashire with heavy rain and wind

Storm Ernesto is currently making its way over the Atlantic and is set to bring wet and windy weather conditions to Lancashire this weekend. Storm Ernesto formed in the North Atlantic near the east coast of America on Tuesday and has since been...

yesterday, 16:49 in Regional North West
 

This is when the sun is set to make a return to Lancashire

The warm and sunny weather of the past few weeks was recently interrupted by heavy rain, wind and thunderstorms, but will the sun be making a reappearance anytime soon? Although the sun is set to make a reappearance in various parts of Lancashire this...

Tuesday, 17:27 in Regional North West
 

Success for St Helens jobs bosses as Universal Credit introduced

Jobs bosses in St Helens are celebrating after the number of people on out-of-work benefits fell despite Universal Credit being rolled out. Officials at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) were braced for a surge in claimants once the full...

Tuesday, 15:08 in Regional North West
 

Storm Debby set to hit Lancashire with heavy rain, thunderstorms and strong gales

Temperatures are set to dip this weekend, with Storm Debby set to bring wet and windy weather conditions to certain parts of the UK, including Lancashire. Storm Debby is currently making its way over the Atlantic and the change in weather this weekend...

10 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

Lancashire recommends... the best adrenaline activities

Fancy doing something that gives you an adrenaline rush? Here are some activities to try For more dare-devil antics click here: /lancashire-recommends-dare-devil-activities-1-8811464

10 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

Paloma Faith cancels Haydock Park gig due to illness

Pop star Paloma Faith has been forced to cancel her headlining gig at Haydock Park racecourse due to ill health. The popular alternative singer-songwriter cannot perform for thousands of music fans on Friday as she has been diagnosed with laryngitis...

9 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

St Helens charity wins dream day out through bus firm's contest

A St Helens charity has won a bus company's competition to win an exciting day trip to Blackpool. Following a North West wide search to find and reward a local community group to win a dream day out, Fingerpost Community group has been crowned the...

9 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

Firenado, snowmadeddon, polar vortex and the beast from the east; our obsession with made-up weather words

It’s the go-to conversation-starter for socially-challenged Brits everywhere so naturally the more extreme the better. Weather, which we generally experience in a pretty mild form compared to the rest of the world, fascinates us in a way which means...

9 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

Wigan mum received 'threatening' tax letters after son's tragic death

The town hall is reviewing its council tax procedure after the grieving mum of a young Wigan man was bombarded with “threatening” letters and court summons just weeks after his tragic death. Katy Jolley from Hindley has called for Wigan Council to...

9 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

What was The Battle of Amiens and why was it so important in bringing about the end of the First World War?

What happened before the battle? In spring 1918, the German army had made a surprise attack on the Allies with significant gains on the Western Front. However, the strain of holding onto these positions with exhausted troops and supplies meant that...

8 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

This is why The Battle Of Amiens was so important 100 years ago and how it led to the Armistice

The Battle of Amiens marked the beginning of the end of the First World War. After four years of fighting, the Allied Forces managed to get out of the trenches and they never went back. READ MORE: What was The Battle of Amiens and why was it so...

8 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

Key stage completed in St Helens gas pipe upgrade

A critical stage in a major engineering feat to upgrade a gas pipe in St Helens passed without a hitch. Engineers are now more than halfway through a project to replace an old metallic pipe under Knowsley Road that takes gas to thousands of local...

8 August 2018 in Regional North West
 

Complaint upheld about council's private meetings with developer

Councillors held private meetings with the developer of a £150m logistics hub and failed to keep any records prior to the plans being approved, the ombudsman has said. Plans to create a £150m development of industrial and distribution warehouses on...

8 August 2018 in Regional North West
 
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