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Pitch in name ideas for new Chorley restaurant

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A computerised image of the Digital Office Park

Digging starts for new digital health park in Chorley

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The Duke of Lancaster regiment on parade

Regiment will be on parade in Preston to honour armed forces

Business
Ambulances queuing outside Royal Preston Hospital

Ambulance bosses spend millions on redundancies

Health

Council look to scrap ‘rat tax’ after protest

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Residents at The Lodge in Buckshaw Village go back in time with VR

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Lancashire Post staff wore football tops for Joseph's Goal

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Row over traveller site rumbles on in Heath Charnock

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Mario Mayer with Beauty Zone's Ilana Ziaja.

Super Mario is Mr Scissorhands

Arts
Signs have popped up around two access routes off Mill Lane

Slip roads for M6 Charnock Richard services set to close

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New instant roadside breathalysers will not give drink-drivers time to sober up

Transport
Two slip roads have been closed.

Motorway slip roads closed as police deal with 'distressed' woman on a bridge

Transport
The seized Audi.

Car seized after driver "swerving all over the road" only had a provisional licence

Crime

Chorley Court Listings - Tuesday June 19 2017

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New instant roadside breathalysers will not give drink-drivers time to sober up

Transport
Air assistance was on the scene to help find the missing man (Photos: Andy Robertson/Bolton Mountain Rescue Team).

'Mammoth' overnight effort from rescue teams and police to find missing man near Chorley

Crime
The seized Audi.

Car seized after driver "swerving all over the road" only had a provisional licence

Crime

Dig in again as Ribchester is Revisited

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Chorley St Peter's School Summer Fair Rose Queens going back to 1943 gathered a reunion in 2001, with the 2001 queen Charlotte Gibson in the centre

Nostalgia: Memories of Royal-tea remain special for former Chorley St Peter’s Rose Queen Jean

Lifestyle
Associate director Alex Summers. (s)

Lancashire Police spotlight child grooming in new theatre resource

Education
The aim of the Give Up Loving Pop (GULP) campaign is to get more kids active  and to rehydrate with healthy drinks such as water or low-fat milk.

Lancashire's football clubs unite to tackle sugary drinks head-on

Health

He’s Taylor-made to always be at school!

Education

Digging starts for new digital health park in Chorley

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The Duke of Lancaster regiment on parade

Regiment will be on parade in Preston to honour armed forces

Business
New pictures reveal designs for Botany Bay canal mill

New pictures reveal artist's impressions for Botany Bay canal mill

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Signs have popped up around two access routes off Mill Lane

Slip roads for M6 Charnock Richard services set to close

News

Council look to scrap ‘rat tax’ after protest

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Ambulances lined up.

Paramedics across the north west are going on strike today - and more could follow suit soon

Health
An extra 20 billion a year has been promised to the NHS by the Prime Minister. (Photo: PA Wire).

Five things you should know about the £20 billion NHS funding boost

Health

One-woman rat protest at council offices

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Council leader County Coun Geoff Driver

More cash for county council reserves now - but £144m "funding gap" still predicted by 2021

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Council look to scrap ‘rat tax’ after protest

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There have been no trains between Oxenholme and Windermere since Northern launched its new timetable

Trains to Lake District 'will run from July'

Environment
Booths chairman Edwin Booth

Booths free hot drink scheme to be cut

Business
Former Lancashire Evening Post studio manager and cartoonist Ken Wignall celebrating his 80th birthday with eldest grandchildren Ben and Sam

Cartoonist Ken Wignall leaves a legacy of laughter

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Ambulance bosses spend millions on redundancies

Health
Lancashire Post staff wore football shirts to raise money for Joseph's Goal

Lancashire Post staff wore football tops for Joseph's Goal

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Beauty salons from Wigan, Ormskirk, Preston, Chorley and Skelmersdale have all joined the Breast Screening for Beauty campaign

Preston and Chorley beauty salons giving discounts to women who attend breast cancer screenings

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Stuart Clayton, Galloways CEO, with members of Warden Construction: Eloise Craig; Liam Kay; Damian Holmes; Ian Williams

Warden Construction in Preston raises thousands for Galloway's Society for the Blind

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Ambulances lined up.

Paramedics across the north west are going on strike today - and more could follow suit soon

Health