Staff at Blackburn with Darwen Council take unpaid leave as part of a package of savings.
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Lancashire Police talk about their preparations for the weekend's EDL march in Blackpool.
Lancashire Police may install CCTV cameras in homes of people at risk of domestic violence
Lancaster University is to study the pressures facing carers and the right to die at home.
How council cuts are likely to affect bus users, plus the latest on fracking on the Fylde.
Looking back this weekend's decisive football matches for Blackburn and Blackpool.
Looking at a critical weekend's football for Blackpool, Blackburn and Accrington Stanley
The rail track between Burnley and Manchester could reopen if funding of £10m can be found
The Olympic torch will visit Blackpool on its tour of the UK before the 2012 London Games.
The parents of Blackpool nurse Jane Clough campaign to have her killer convicted of rape.
The revised plans by a major developer to build 450 homes in Higher Bartle go on display.
The man fighting for custody of his brother after the rest of his family died in Pakistan.
How much Lancashire's councils have to save and what exactly will be cut.
Emergency services launch activities to reduce the number of people killed on the roads.
The Humanist couple struggling to get their son into a non-faith school in Burscough.
Meetings to review plans for local councils start today after last week's elections.
Ex-Bond girl Fiona Fullerton calls on Lancastrians to help her trace a man from Nelson.
A moorland fire breaks out at Pickup Bank, Darwen, as a fire at Belmont continues.
Lancashire Fire Service tackle a moorland fire near Belmont, still burning after six days.
Residents' concerns at vandalised complex of derelict buildings at Fylde Farm in Poulton.
Helen Randle sits in. Bank holiday news, gossip, fun talk and loads more!