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News > Local News & Sport - Page 166

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Boxing fit

POLICE officers and staff from a variety of roles across Lancashire are teaming up with their fire, ambulance and prison service colleagues for a boxing match to raise money for charity.

Burnley College in court over employee’s life-long injuries

Burnley College has been fined £20,000 after an employee was severely injured when he fell three metres while changing an air filter on an extraction system.

Missing Accrington Man Urged To Phone Home

POLICE are appealing for information about the whereabouts of a 54 year old man from Accrington who went missing yesterday.

Burnley Music Festival - Summer 2011

A large music festival is being planned for Burnley this summer.

Football freestyler completes marathon

A football freestyler from East Lancashire has told us doing the London Marathon was much harder than he thought.

Violent crime up in Lancashire

Violent crime is on the rise in Lancashire.

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Development will still go ahead

Council chiefs say a planned development to bring jobs and investment to Burnley will still happen.

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Sentences for two people for their part in kidnap

Two people have been sentenced for their part in the kidnap and murder of Paul Brady in Bacup in 2009.

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60 Jobs Axed in Darwen

Sixty people have lost their jobs and a distribution company in Darwen.

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Burnley v Middlesbrough - Full Interview with Eddie Howe

Middlesbrough are the visitors to Turf Moor later.

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Forced Marriage

Women are being forced into marriage to become someone's full time carer.

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Heys takes on the highest challenge

Stanley Chief Exec Rob Heys is now pulling on his hiking gear as he prepared to climb the highest mountain in Africa.



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