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Book review: Saratoga Payback by Stephen Dobyns

After an absence of almost 20 years, Stephen Dobyns’ popular laconic hero, former police sergeant turned private eye Charlie Bradshaw, makes a welcome return to the sleuthing world in a lively tale of multiple murder, mutilation and horse-napping.

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The Last of the Tsars: Nicholas II and the Russian Revolution by Robert Service

Book review: The Last of the Tsars: Nicholas II and the Russian Revolution by Robert Service

The last Tsar of Russia… to some he was a tragic hero who tried to hold back a tide of rampaging revolutionaries, and to others a brutal autocrat whose reactionary conservatism led to suffering and national instability.
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Jessica Bainbridge will make her directorial debut with Stolen Moments.

Burnley director set for stage debut

A former Burnley College pupil is putting her budding theatrical talents to good use as she gears up to make her directorial debut with one of Manchester most anticipated new plays in years.

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Photo by Danielle Burrows

Photo of the Day: March 28th

Danielle Burrows has shared this stunning sunset over Burnley.
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Photo by David Belshaw

Photo of the Day: March 27th

David Belshaw shared this stunning photo from the woods in Hurstwood.
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Photo by Harriet Wibberley

Photo of the Day: March 26th

Harriet Wibberley captured this rainbow in Rimington on Monday.

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Photo by Peter Stawicki

Photo of the Day: March 25th

Peter Stawicki captured this Burnley sunrise.

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Photo by Kevin Robinson

Photo of the Day: March 24th

Kevin Robinson has shared this cracking photo of the Singing Ringing Tree at twilight.

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Photo by Stacey Jackson

Photo of the Day: March 23rd

Stacey Jackson has shared this wonderful photo of Whooper swans at Hurstwood reservoir.

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Photo by Erica Platt

Photo of the Day: March 22nd

This stunning photo of last night's stormy sunset from Foulridge was sent in by Erica Platt.

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The Little Teashop of Lost and Found by Trisha Ashley

Book review: The Little Teashop of Lost and Found by Trisha Ashley

Reading a tasty Trisha Ashley novel always makes you greedy for her next… and not just because each story delivers a feast of delicious recipes.

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Photo by Kevin Smith

Photo of the Day: March 20th

Kevin Smith has shared this fantastic photo of Pendle Hill that he captured from Black Moss reservoir.

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Photo by Kath O'Callaghan

Photo of the Day: March 19th

Kath O'Callaghan has shared this lovely photo she took one morning from Towneley Park.

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Photo by Kevin Robinson

Photo of the Day: March 18th

Kevin Robinson has shared this stunning photo showing the early signs of Spring in Walk Mill, Cliviger.

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Photo by Georgia Burrows

Photo of the Day: March 17th

This lovely photo was captured from the Leeds and Liverpool canal by Georgia Burrows.

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Photo by Jon Scorah

Photo of the Day: March 16th

Jon Scorah captured this little egret on the outskirts of Clitheroe.

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Artist Jacky Murtaugh who is launching her first exhibition in the UK since returning from Australia.

Home is where the art is for award winning Jacky

An artist, who spent several years living Down Under, has returned to her roots to paint a Lancashire landscape that is so familiar to her.

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Clarets Cheerleaders owner and head coach Sophie Boyle with her girls Hayley Gill, Molly Townsend,Hannah Skyner, Morgan Allen and Beth Midgley who have been chosen to represent the UK in the world championships in Japan.

Fantastic five to represent UK in world cheerleading finals

Five talented young cheerleaders from Burnley have been selected to represent the UK at the world championships.

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Photo by Kevin Robinson

Photo of the Day: March 15th

Kevin Robinson spotted these lambs whilst out in Barcroft, Cliviger.

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Photo by Peter Stawicki

Photo of the Day: March 14th

Peter Stawicki has shared this fantastic photo of the old Sparrow Hawk Hotel from above, with Turf Moor in the background.

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