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LANCASHIRE'S top-recycling pupils have won superb prizes for their schools by saving more than 16.
PEOPLE from Rossendale have made the most of an opportunity to find out about real jobs, training and education opportunities at a recent jobs fair in the borough.
Two fascinating exhibitions marking 100 years since the beginning of World War One are now on show at the Museum of Lancashire (MoL), Stanley Street, Preston.
WORK will start in mid-July to improve safety barriers on the M65 to allow traffic to use the hard shoulder and reduce delays during future road works.
Improvements to a busy junction in Preston will begin soon to reduce delays and make it more welcoming for cyclists and pedestrians.
Lancashire County Council is today set to extend the consultation period for Cuadrilla's' planning applications for the Preston New Road and Roseacre Wood sites in Lancashire.
POPULATION decimated, cities destroyed, descendants of the D2D2 survivors rule, new religions created out of the darkness, and the mystics returned.
An estimated 30,000 worth of pirate DVDs have been seized after a raid on a house in Blackburn.
LANCASTER City Museum has been officially recognised for quality by the Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme, VAQAS.
Work has finished on an extensive renovation of Lancashire County Council's Christ Church Precinct.
It's not too early to start thinking about next school year's travel arrangements.
The neighbouring authorities of Lancashire County Council, Blackpool Council and Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council are producing new advice for developers about what to take into account when making a planning application to develop reserves of onshore oil and gas.
Lancashire County Council has improved information for passengers at Chorley Interchange with the help of operators Eric Wright Group.
Roads and pavements will be in a noticeably better state in five years' time than they are now under a new plan announced by Lancashire County Council.
HIGHWAYS engineers from Lancashire County Council are warning of travel delays on the B62321 Grane Road due to a possible sewer collapse.
VEHICLES which provide a service to the public such as coaches and taxis should not be allowed to use tyres which are more than 10 years old, according to Lancashire County Council.
NEW electronic signs to help reduce the number of motorbike collisions and injuries on Lancashire's roads are being fitted across the county over the next few weeks.
A special flag is flying from County Hall to mark Armed Forces Day.
Drivers are being asked to leave more time for their journeys while Lancashire County Council carries out vital work to a bridge on the A6 between Bilsborrow and Barton.
Two parish councils in north Lancashire will be using new 'smiley face' electronic signs as part of a new approach to tackle speeding in the Carnforth area.