Many schools close as teachers and other public sector workers strike over pension changes
BBC Radio Lancashire
Schools prepare for tomorrow's mass walk-out by teachers, striking over their pensions.
An employment agency in Blackpool encourages companies to find work for disabled people.
The elderly residents at a bungalow complex in Lytham who are worried it may be sold.
Travellers have set up camp on Huncoat Juniors's newly re-seeded football pitch.
The teenagers in North Lancashire holding all-night parties in the woods, organised online
Caring for patients who undergo hip fracture operations, pioneered in Lancashire.
A housing charity puts Blackburn and Darwen amongst the highest for repossession.
The family who prompted 57 separate complaints of anti-social behaviour in Blackpool.
Lancashire County Council cuts funding for dial-a-ride buses, as charges are introduced.
Objection grows on proposals by Sainsbury's to build a 24 hour supermarket in Penwortham.
Lancashire Police confirm 550 new child victims of sex exploitation in the past six months
The chairman of Lancashire's Police Authority defends a decision to close police stations
A police officer whose job is to break bad news, appeals to drivers to not drink and drive
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