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Police appeal to find missing teenager

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The cast of "Annie"

Could your child be a 90s pop star?

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Bill Swift

A life-saving appeal from Burnley stroke survivor

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The mosque in Brunswick Street

Mosque to open its doors this weekend

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Competition: Win tickets to Burnley's Reel Cinema

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Pendle in bid to breakaway from Lancashire County Council

Politics

Hunted: have you got what it takes to go off the grid?

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Hospital praised for reduction in Burnley stillbirths

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Former England goalkeeper, Rachel Brown-Finnis.

From Burnley to BT Sport, Accrington to America: the Rachel Brown-Finnis story

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Police found a small amount of cocaine for "personal use."

Burnley man found with cocaine for 'personal use'

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Delays on M66 after earlier collision

Transport
Two women had to be rescued from their cars after a road accident yesterday.

Firefighters free two women trapped in cars after road accident

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Will the North West’s new £500m trains ease the problems on our congested lines?

Transport

Rail service investment on the right track

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The crash scene in Lowerhouse Lane, Burnley

Furious mum claims neglected railings are putting lives at risk

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Police appeal to find missing teenager

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Police found a small amount of cocaine for "personal use."

Burnley man found with cocaine for 'personal use'

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Police found a small amount of cocaine for "personal use."

Burnley man found with cocaine for 'personal use'

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Burnley Magistrates' Court

Thief must pay back value of iron

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Burnley student's fundraising fashion show

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Teaching assistant Claire Pilkington with the St Leonard's pupils.

Former hostage writes to Padiham children studying his story

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Visitors take a look around the Themis Apprenticeship exhibition

Employers offer guidance at special apprenticeship event

Education
Trainee teacher Jonathan Bolt is back at his old school, Shuttleworth College in Padiham, to learn the ropes before he begins his career.

Back to the classroom for teacher in waiting Jonathan

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The code cracking students from Burnley's Blessed Trinity RC College

Code cracking pupils set to compete against 1,000 teams

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Hunted: have you got what it takes to go off the grid?

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A food recall notice has been issued for the sweets produced by IKEA

IKEA recalls popular sweets over fears of rodent infestation

Business
A petrol station, shop and drive thru coffee shop could be created on the former St Teresa's Church site in Burnley

Petrol station and coffee shop plans could bring jobs boost to Burnley

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Kevin the Carrot gets the chop after a single complaint about an Aldi advert

Business

Pendle in bid to breakaway from Lancashire County Council

Politics
Burnley Town Hall

Government cuts blamed for Burnley Council Tax hike

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Julie Cooper MP

Julie Cooper thrown support behind Labour's new Animal Welfare Plan

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Longer wait for recycling collections

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County Coun Azhar Ali

Call to end stalemate on devolution deal for Lancashire

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Julie Cooper thrown support behind Labour's new Animal Welfare Plan

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Burnley Lion Frank Seed will attend a reception at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the organisation.

Lion Frank set for date with royalty to celebrate special anniversary

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The new contract which could come into effect later this year could last up to five years.

Burnley Council's littering and dog fouling crackdown

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Victory for campaigners over power plant plans but appeal will be lodged

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Hospital praised for reduction in Burnley stillbirths

Health
Dynamic Daisy Hooper (four) gives the thumbs up to her challenge to conquer Pendle Hill 52 times this year.

Daisy's blooming marvellous effort to conquer Pendle Hill 52 times

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Jen Turner with her parents Janine and Terry.

ME struggle left Jen Turner bedbound and fed through tube

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Staff at Burnley's Sir John Thursby Community College walked the equivalent distance from Burnley to Brussels in a fitness challenge.

Teachers walked from Burnley to Brussels

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Staff at the Burnley branch of the Swinton Group have raised over 3,000 for Pendleside Hospice by taking part in a series of voluntary activities

Bucket collections and bag packing help colleagues smash £3,000 target for hospice

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