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Shopping centre bosses announce Primark opening

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The tug-of-war raised funds for Pendleside Hospice.

Padiham tug-of-war raises for Pendleside Hospice

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Burnley is the third most affordable place to live in the UK

Burnley tops poll as one of most affordable places to live in the UK

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County Councillor, Andrew Snowden, lead member for highways and transport.

Bus services: Councillors debating where £1m injection most needed

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Catholic Deaf Association visit St. John the Baptist Church for Mass

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More than 1,000 new jobs to be created at site

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Gin festival is just the tonic

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Drink drive dad crashed through police tape

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Teacher Anne Battersby, who has retired this week after 28 years at Ightenhill Primary School, Burnley, surrounded by some of her students

Four decades in the classroom comes to a close for teacher Anne

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Work has begun on an extension to Mount Zion Church, Cliviger. (s)

Cliviger cuts the first turf on a church extension

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Bus services: Councillors debating where £1m injection most needed

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The surge in ticketing comes after clamping on private land was banned in 2012

Code of conduct urged as number of parking tickets from private companies rises

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Train users are being warned of disruption ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend

Train users warned over closures and reduced services over bank holiday

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Major delays are expected on the rail network this morning after a train broke down betweenBolton and Salford Crescent.

Delays to services after train blocks track

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A car is believed to have overturned during the incident but nobody is thought to have been trapped.

UPDATE: Man airlifted to hospital with 'major trauma' after M65 crash

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Drink drive dad crashed through police tape

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Charlie Gard's parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates

'Sorry we couldn't save you' says Charlie Gard's mum as court fight ends

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Police search for prisoners who absconded from Kirkham Prison.

Man hunt after duo abscond from Kirkham prison

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Burnley Magistrates' Court

Crook returned CCTV camera to market

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Catholic Deaf Association visit St. John the Baptist Church for Mass

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Teacher Anne Battersby, who has retired this week after 28 years at Ightenhill Primary School, Burnley, surrounded by some of her students

Four decades in the classroom comes to a close for teacher Anne

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Receptionist Christine Woodruff who has retired from Blessed Trinity RC College in Burnley.

School's out for popular receptionist Christine

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Students explore life in a Lancashire mill through dance, music and clogging.

Students take centre stage in new production Cotton

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Nick Barrett, Debbie Bradley (Wellbeing Co-ordinator), Karen Alty and Deputy Head Eve Taylor (s)

Head praises staff after glowing Ofsted

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Shopping centre bosses announce Primark opening

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Burnley is the third most affordable place to live in the UK

Burnley tops poll as one of most affordable places to live in the UK

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County Councillor, Andrew Snowden, lead member for highways and transport.

Bus services: Councillors debating where £1m injection most needed

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Burnley Bridge business park

More than 1,000 new jobs to be created at site

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Top flight award for dedicated Carol

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Some members of the fund raising group for St John's Read and St Peter's Simonstone. Back row John Aizlewood and the Rev. Robert Fielding, front row Daphne Rix, Lynne Clarke,  Susan Liles, Joyce Andrew and Zena Jeffries.

Drumming Mayor’s benefit gig with a difference

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Emily and her daughter Penny are pictured at the front at the Teddy Bear's Picnic held at St Michael and St John's RC Primary School to raise awareness about the virus CMV and to raise funds for the charity CMV Action.

Mum's fight to eradicate virus

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Saulo Cwerner co-ordinates the Lancashire Refugee Resettlement Programmes

Friendly Lancashire attracting more refugees

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Coun. Rosemary Carroll

Renewed calls for race joke former Mayor to quit

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Full steam ahead for Teddy Bears' Picnic

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The log cabin at Towneley

New play area a hit with youngsters

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Fire crews have rescued a horse that got into the canal at Hapton this afternoon.

Horse rescued from canal by firefighters

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Linda Riley, Pamela Ryan, and Kath Airey ofGannowBigLocalSteering Group with (back left to right) Lynne Blackburn, Director of Participation Works North West andGannowBigLocal'soutreach worker, Tracey Noon.

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Countdown on for cash that will help change lives in Burnley

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Padiham tug-of-war raises for Pendleside Hospice

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New Era Nursery staff Nasima Begum, Christina Lawrence, Sarah Durkin, Emma Birch and Elaine Sharples. (s)

Award-winning nursery is a trailblazer in safety

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Casterton Primary School in Burnley are looking forward to using 7,000 worth of gym equipment won for them by members of Crow Wood Leisure.

Fitness fans with right moves win school its own gym

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Darryl Chadwick and his partner Claire who has MS.

Nurse with MS inspires 1,500 mile adventure

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Emily and her daughter Penny are pictured at the front at the Teddy Bear's Picnic held at St Michael and St John's RC Primary School to raise awareness about the virus CMV and to raise funds for the charity CMV Action.

Mum's fight to eradicate virus

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