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  1. Don’t use you mobile phone when driving – the message is clear croston

    LANCASHIRE Constabulary is supporting a national campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of using a mobile phone behind the ...

    LANCASHIRE Constabulary is supporting a national campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of using a mobile phone behind the wheel and the tough new penalties for those who flout the law. From next week, Wednesday 1 March 2017, new legislation comes into effect that means motorists who...

    22/02/2017
  2. Avocets return to Martin Mere croston

    Spring is in the air at WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre with the first 5 avocets returning to the centre on 19 February as part of ...

    Spring is in the air at WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre with the first 5 avocets returning to the centre on 19 February as part of the spring migration. The avocets, now currently 11, will remain at the centre until early August, using the reserve as their breeding ground. In the past,...

    22/02/2017
  3. Get online at your local library croston

    Lancashire County Council is supporting the national Be Online campaign to help people to get to grips with the internet. This ...

    Lancashire County Council is supporting the national Be Online campaign to help people to get to grips with the internet. This year's campaign, which takes place from Monday, 27 February to Sunday, 12 March, will focus on helping people to get the most out of being online. Libraries across...

    22/02/2017
  4. Baby friendly award for Lancashire Children's Centres croston

    Lancashire's children's centres have been recognised with a prestigious award for the high standard of care they provide to new ...

    Lancashire's children's centres have been recognised with a prestigious award for the high standard of care they provide to new mums and children. The centres, which are run by Lancashire County Council and the health visiting service, which is provided by Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust,...

    22/02/2017
  5. 11 arrests as suspected illicit tobacco factory dismantled croston

    Eleven men have been arrested as a suspected illicit tobacco factory was dismantled in North West England by HM Revenue and ...

    Eleven men have been arrested as a suspected illicit tobacco factory was dismantled in North West England by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The arrests were made in 17 simultaneous searches across North West England and Scotland yesterday. HMRC found residential premises, farms, self-storage...

    22/02/2017
  6. Member of staff assaulted by aggressive man croston

    Can you help officers trace a man sought in connection with an assault on a member of staff at Liverpool South Parkway station on ...

    Can you help officers trace a man sought in connection with an assault on a member of staff at Liverpool South Parkway station on Sunday 12 February? The incident happened at approximately 5.45pm on board a London Midland service heading towards Crewe. A man, who was believed to be...

    22/02/2017
  7. Prisoner serving life escapes during hospital visit croston

    At about 3.05pm a report was received from prison officers that Shaun Colin Walmsley, 28 years, originally of Wallace Street, ...

    At about 3.05pm a report was received from prison officers that Shaun Colin Walmsley, 28 years, originally of Wallace Street, Walton had escaped from their custody outside Aintree University Hospital as they were leaving the hospital, where Walmsley had had an appointment. As the prison...

    22/02/2017
  8. Does your pet dog have what it takes to be an opera star? croston

    Does your pet dog have what it takes to be an opera star? Has your dog got star quality? If your pet pooch is the canine ...

    Does your pet dog have what it takes to be an opera star? Has your dog got star quality? If your pet pooch is the canine equivalent of Brad Pitt or Scarlett Johansson, then they could win a place in the spotlight in the beautiful and romantic opera La Boheme, coming to Liverpool Empire on...

    21/02/2017
  9. Six-point penalty and Ł200 fine for anyone caught using their phone whilst driving. croston

    Young drivers risk losing their licence if caught driving whilst using their mobile phone. The warning comes ahead of new ...

    Young drivers risk losing their licence if caught driving whilst using their mobile phone. The warning comes ahead of new legislation taking affect in March 2017 which will mean a six-point penalty and £200 fine for anyone caught using their phone whilst driving. A newly-qualified driver...

    21/02/2017
  10. Jo Johnson demands tough penalties on student plagiarism croston

    The government calls for universities to do more to stop students buying custom written essays online. Universities ...

    The government calls for universities to do more to stop students buying custom written essays online. Universities Minister Jo Johnson is today (Tuesday 21 February) calling on university and student bodies to do more to deal with the spread of ‘essay mills’ - websites which provide custom...

    21/02/2017
  11. Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Liverpool Empire croston

    Qlocal was invited to the opening night of the award winning musical comedy "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at the Liverpool Empire ...

    Qlocal was invited to the opening night of the award winning musical comedy "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at the Liverpool Empire last night. The show staring Michelle Collins from Eastenders and Coronation Street and Joanne Clifton from Strictly runs until Saturday. Joanne Clifton is a...

    21/02/2017
  12. Morrisons is recalling a batch of Peppered Beef Slices because of Listeria croston

    Morrisons is recalling a batch of Peppered Beef Slices because Listeria monocytogenes has been found in the product. Product ...

    Morrisons is recalling a batch of Peppered Beef Slices because Listeria monocytogenes has been found in the product. Product details Product: Ready to Eat Peppered Beef Slices Pack size: 150g ‘Use By’ date: 21 February 2017 No other Morrisons products are known to be affected. Risk The...

    20/02/2017
  13. Lancashire working together to help homeless young people croston

    New arrangements to support young homeless people in Lancashire will be launched at an event in Leyland this week. A joint ...

    New arrangements to support young homeless people in Lancashire will be launched at an event in Leyland this week. A joint protocol, which will be adopted at the event at the Civic Centre on Friday, 24 February, outlines the commitments and responsibilities expected of all professionals working...

    20/02/2017
  14. CMA secures better deal for cloud storage users croston

    Amazon, Apple and Microsoft have committed to providing cloud storage users with fairer contracts, following action by the CMA. ...

    Amazon, Apple and Microsoft have committed to providing cloud storage users with fairer contracts, following action by the CMA. The 3 companies are the latest cloud storage providers to improve their terms and conditions following the Competition and Markets AuthorityÂ’s (CMA) review of...

    20/02/2017
  15. When it comes to fly-tipping, it's a #CrimeNotToCare croston

    Keep Britain Tidy.Public research shows a staggering lack of understanding about people's role in preventing fly-tipping. More ...

    Keep Britain Tidy.Public research shows a staggering lack of understanding about people's role in preventing fly-tipping. More than a third thought it was OK to do things that are actually classed as fly-tipping, such as leaving something outside because 'someone else might be able to use it.' ...

    20/02/2017
  16. Search engines and creative industries sign anti-piracy agreement croston

    The IPO has helped broker an agreement to help search engines and creative industries work together to stop consumers being led to ...

    The IPO has helped broker an agreement to help search engines and creative industries work together to stop consumers being led to copyright infringing websites. The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has helped broker a landmark agreement which will see search engines and the creative...

    20/02/2017
  17. NSPCC receives hundreds of contacts about female genital mutilation croston

    The NSPCC is contacted, on average, more than once a day by people worried about girls who may have suffered or at risk of female ...

    The NSPCC is contacted, on average, more than once a day by people worried about girls who may have suffered or at risk of female genital mutilation, according to new figures. Since the NSPCCÂ’s FGM Helpline was launched in June 2013, it has been contacted more than 1,500 times, with around a...

    17/02/2017
  18. Information evening for potential foster carers croston

    With around 20 Lancashire children needing homes each week, Lancashire County Council is recruiting new foster carers. The ...

    With around 20 Lancashire children needing homes each week, Lancashire County Council is recruiting new foster carers. The county council has recently increased the allowances payable to new foster carers by at least £115 per week in recognition of their valuable role and the rising demand for...

    14/02/2017
  19. Ambulance school appeal: love your students’ hearts on Valentine’s Day croston

    North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) has launched an appeal to secondary schools in the region to show love for their ...

    North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) has launched an appeal to secondary schools in the region to show love for their studentsÂ’ hearts on ValentineÂ’s Day by signing up for a free lesson in life-saving. The plea is made on behalf of the Resuscitation Council UK, British Heart Foundation...

    14/02/2017
  20. 6 weeks until the pound stops being round croston

    With only six weeks until the historic new 12-sided pound enters circulation, the Commercial Secretary to the Treasury has visited ...

    With only six weeks until the historic new 12-sided pound enters circulation, the Commercial Secretary to the Treasury has visited the Royal Mint. And Baroness Neville-Rolfe paid tribute to the Royal MintÂ’s role as a global leader in the production of coins and medals - exporting to an...

    14/02/2017
  21. Million Dollar Quartet At The Liverpool Empire croston

    QLocal was invited to the opening night of "Million Dollar Quartet" at the Liverpool Empire last night. Following its success ...

    QLocal was invited to the opening night of "Million Dollar Quartet" at the Liverpool Empire last night. Following its success in the West End, Las Vegas and on Broadway, Million Dollar Quartet is coming, starring Jason Donovan! This worldwide smash-hit musical is inspired by the famous recording...

    14/02/2017
  22. Parks face threat of decline with severe consequences croston

    The Communities and Local Government (CLG) Committee report on public parks warns that parks are at a tipping point and face a ...

    The Communities and Local Government (CLG) Committee report on public parks warns that parks are at a tipping point and face a period of decline with potentially severe consequences unless their vital contribution to areas such as public health, community integration and climate change mitigation...

    13/02/2017
  23. Planning application submitted for Cuerden development that could bring 4,500 jobs croston

    Following extensive community consultation, Lancashire County Council and their development partners Maple Grove Developments, who ...

    Following extensive community consultation, Lancashire County Council and their development partners Maple Grove Developments, who are part of the Eric Wright Group, have submitted a planning application to South Ribble Borough Council for a major development of the Cuerden strategic site that will...

    13/02/2017
  24. New photograph website to launch croston

    Lancashire County Council will launch a new-look website of historic local photographs and postcards this month. The Red ...

    Lancashire County Council will launch a new-look website of historic local photographs and postcards this month. The Red Rose Collections image archive will be available to search people, places and events from Tuesday, 14 February and will replace the current Lancashire Lantern website. ...

    13/02/2017
  25. NSPCC: Hundreds in the North West report drug and alcohol abuse around children croston

    3,329 calls to the NSPCC Helpline raising concerns of substance abuse near children over the last three years A 23% rise ...

    3,329 calls to the NSPCC Helpline raising concerns of substance abuse near children over the last three years A 23% rise between 2013/14 and 2015/16, with a total of 3,048 referrals to external agencies Figures published as UK marks Children of Alcoholics Week (Feb 12-18) The NSPCCÂ’s...

    13/02/2017
  26. MOT fails could be avoided by basic car maintenance croston

    New figures have revealed that carrying out basic car maintenance could avoid the main reasons cars fail their annual MOT. ...

    New figures have revealed that carrying out basic car maintenance could avoid the main reasons cars fail their annual MOT. ...

    13/02/2017
  27. Steer Clear Of Vehicle Crime croston

    High value and prestige cars have always been targets for thieves/burglars. Criminals target cars themselves and also any items of ...

    High value and prestige cars have always been targets for thieves/burglars. Criminals target cars themselves and also any items of value left inside them, like handbags, wallets, tools and Sat Navs. Vehicle registration plates are also sometimes stolen. So what can you do to reduce the risk of...

    12/02/2017
  28. North West traffic officers featured in Channel 5 documentary croston

    Three North West traffic officers will be featured in a new Channel 5 series which shows the work involved in keeping the roads ...

    Three North West traffic officers will be featured in a new Channel 5 series which shows the work involved in keeping the roads moving during the winter months. A film crew from Winter Road Rescue has spent several shifts with Highways England traffic officers Jason Williamson, Mike Caffrey...

    12/02/2017
  29. 50 days to go until new vehicle tax rates come into force. croston

    DVLA is reminding motorists that there are just 50 days to go until new vehicle tax rates come into force for all cars and some ...

    DVLA is reminding motorists that there are just 50 days to go until new vehicle tax rates come into force for all cars and some motor homes that are first registered from 1 April 2017. Rohan Gye, DVLA Vehicle Service Manager, said: These changes wonÂ’t affect any vehicles that are...

    11/02/2017
  30. Planned road works in the North West croston

    Planned roadworks in the North West– summary for Monday 13 to Sunday 19 February 2017. The following summary of planned ...

    Planned roadworks in the North West– summary for Monday 13 to Sunday 19 February 2017. The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week is correct as of Friday 10 February and could be subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen...

    11/02/2017
  31. Setting a New Vision for English Seaside Towns croston

    Coastal destinations and tourism businesses are calling for a sea-change - they want a stronger voice, to work more ...

    Coastal destinations and tourism businesses are calling for a sea-change - they want a stronger voice, to work more collaboratively, to draw attention to the coastÂ’s valuable assets and, crucially, to alter perceptions among the public and the media of what there is to see and do on the coast. ...

    10/02/2017
  32. Martin Mere is open for Half Term croston

    You may have read or seen recent news reports of the discovery of a wild greylag goose with Avian Flu at Martin Mere. The strain ...

    You may have read or seen recent news reports of the discovery of a wild greylag goose with Avian Flu at Martin Mere. The strain of Avian Influenza involved has never been transferred to humans anywhere in the world. No birds in the collection area have been affected and the goose is the only bird...

    10/02/2017
  33. 2017 - The Year of Sefton's Coast croston

    Sefton Council and partners are declaring 2017 as the Year of Sefton's Coast! And to celebrate the year ahead, we are asking ...

    Sefton Council and partners are declaring 2017 as the Year of Sefton's Coast! And to celebrate the year ahead, we are asking school children from across the borough to design a mascot which will be used on all promotional activity for this exciting project. One of the strongest themes to...

    10/02/2017
  34. Police-led incident closes M53 junctions between Birkenhead and Moreton Spur croston

    A section of the M53 motorway is closed in both directions after a serious police incident. It is likely to remain closed ...

    A section of the M53 motorway is closed in both directions after a serious police incident. It is likely to remain closed throughout rush hour. The incident happened yesterday evening on the southbound carriageway of the motorway between J2 (Moreton Spur) and J3 (for Birkenhead and Heswall). It...

    10/02/2017
  35. 2017 starts where 2016 left off for LJLA croston

    A busy January for Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) helped take passenger numbers for the month to over 320,000 – an increase ...

    A busy January for Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) helped take passenger numbers for the month to over 320,000 – an increase of 5% compared to January 2016 and the Airport’s 24th consecutive month of passenger growth. The Airport’s recent success began in February 2015 after which time...

    09/02/2017
  36. New ambulance uniform set to save the NHS millions croston

    A standardised staff uniform for use by NWAS and other Ambulance Trusts has been rolled out nationally and set to deliver ...

    A standardised staff uniform for use by NWAS and other Ambulance Trusts has been rolled out nationally and set to deliver £3.4 million in savings for the NHS. It will save the cost of more than an entire yearÂ’s expenditure on uniform items over just four years – the equivalent of funding...

    09/02/2017

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