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Corbyn attacks zero hours contracts on foodbank visit

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Pendle Council says it will prioritise building on brownfield sites

Council insists it is prioritising brownfield sites for houses

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The launch of the Argyle Street development

Housing scheme will help adults with support needs

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Hayley's Hugs fund-raiser to make children smile

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GCSE Result Day 2017: A survival guide

Education

Police warnings ahead of derby clash

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Sunbeds turn one in five into ‘tanning addicts’

Health
The company is preparing for additional trials in the US and will continue to defend the product's safety.

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay woman in talcum powder cancer claim case

Health
Smithson Farm

Pit stop at mining museum for bikers

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Chicken wings? KFC join the jet set with first UK airport restaurant at Manchester T3

Eating Out
One for the, er, road

Plane drunk: Ryanair wants two-drink limit for passengers

Transport

Steep climb in number of air passengers arrested for drunken behavior

Transport

Parking mad - Bungling council slammed for only resurfacing middle of residential street to save money

Offbeat
Rail fares have increased twice as much as pay since 2010

Rail fares have risen twice as much as wages since 2010

Transport

Man chokes and kicks dogs in Padiham

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NATIONAL: Family of boy killed in Barcelona attack say they were 'blessed to have him'

Crime
The CPS says it will p rosecute complaints of hate crime online "with the same robust and proactive approach used with offline offending

Online and offline hate crime must be taken equally seriously, new CPS rules say

Crime
Have you seen Olivia?

UPDATE: Missing three-year-old Burnley girl found

Crime

GCSE Result Day 2017: A survival guide

Education
Burnley College students celebrate their results

A-mazing results for proud college

Education
Victoria Stanworth (left) and Darcy Hill are thrilled with their A'level results at Thomas Whitham Sixth Form in Burnley.

Results add up to 100 % pass rate in Maths at Thomas Whitham Sixth Form

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Exam results can be a source of stress for many students

Support offered for young people worried about exam results

Education
There has been a sharp rise in the number of counselling sessions for 16-18-year-olds

Exam worries lead to increasing numbers of young people looking for help

Education

UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expert

Offbeat
KFC's Chicken AM

Chicken wings? KFC join the jet set with first UK airport restaurant at Manchester T3

Eating Out
There are plenty of new routes into careers that wereonce the preserve of graduates.

Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

Education
Thieves raided Emma--Louise Clegg's shop, Good Buyz in Padiham, and stole thousands of pounds worth of designer trainers and shoes.

Shop owner stands defiant against raiders

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Corbyn attacks zero hours contracts on foodbank visit

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Pendle Council says it will prioritise building on brownfield sites

Council insists it is prioritising brownfield sites for houses

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Just five houses have been built using the fund so far

Brownfield Fund has built just five houses in Pendle so far

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Jeremy Corbyn addresses the crowds in Victoria Park

Hundreds flock to see Corbyn in Pendle

Politics

Seven-year-old asks Jeremy Corbyn: "When will you be Prime Minister?"

North West

Council insists it is prioritising brownfield sites for houses

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Opponents of the technique claim it will harm the environment, but supporters say it is a beneficial source of energy

UK is 55 million years too late for fracking to work, says expert

Offbeat
HMS Queen Elizabeth

The UK's newest aircraft carrier arrives in Portsmouth

Environment
Julie Cooper MP meets members of Burnley's St John the Baptist CAFOD group

Church group asks for MP's help to tackle climate change

Politics

Hayley's Hugs fund-raiser to make children smile

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One study found the average skin cancer risk from sunbeds can be more than double that of spending the same length of time in the Mediterranean midday summer sun.

Sunbeds turn one in five into ‘tanning addicts’

Health
The company is preparing for additional trials in the US and will continue to defend the product's safety.

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay woman in talcum powder cancer claim case

Health
Developments in CT scanning and research have allowed a digital post-mortem to be performed without the need for the traditional invasive procedure.

Digital autopsy service launches in Lancashire

Health
We find out about the overhaul in 999 systems

Revamped 999 system aims to reach seriously ill patients even faster

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