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This Friday, June 21, is the longest day of the year.
An Army officer told an inquest that rules for medical care at the Lancashire training camp where a rookie soldier died after a play-fight with another squaddie were “contradictory.”1 comment
Determined teenager Elisha Knowles organised a charity walk around Lancaster in memory of her late grandad.
A former Lancaster University PhD student has been appointed the new Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority.
Police are appealing for information about two women who are wanted on prison recall.
Morecambe have made wide man Marcus Marshall their second signing of the summer.
It’s been a difficult summer on the transfer front for Jim Bentley, but the capture of Tony Diagne has been seen as a shrewd move by the Morecambe boss. Adam Lord spoke to the giant French defender.
Morecambe FC will kick off the new season with a trip to Wycombe Wanderers on August 3.
Lancaster nearly plucked defeat from the jaws of victory against struggling Preston on Saturday.
Heysham Atoms’ excellent run of form continued with a comfortable win over Bold Miners.
Heysham’s Jack Senior missed the cut in his latest Challenge Tour event.
Heritage Opera is approaching its tenth anniversary, and continues to entertain audiences in the North West with its own, world-class productions of classic operatic favourites.
Any worries George Orwell’s grim political fiction is long past its’ own sell-by date are always offset by a daily reading of the news headlines.
If you spotted three evacuees on Lancaster Station recently – don’t worry, war hasn’t been declared.
Garstang Unplugged welcomes its last guests of the spring season on Thursday June 20 in the form of Dana and Susan Robinson.
Lovers of fresh seafood – and other culinary delights – are in for a treat at the newly re-opened Fenwick Arms at Claughton near Lancaster.
We’re giving away two copies of Terry Marsh’ Great Mountain Days in the Pennines worth £17.95 each.
Dolphinholme Church of England Primary School was visited by Ofsted recently, and Year 5 pupils Rebecca Denver, Fraser Gilliat and Larry Probinsent us their own report of the inspection’s successful outcome.
Sheepdog trials started in the 1870s when farmers and shepherds found them to be an excellent way of comparing their dogs’ abilities.
Mr Matthew Kenneth Allen, elder son of Mr and Mrs Andrew and Jill Allen of Morecambe, and Miss Sally Elizabeth Thompson, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul and Louise Thompson of Hest Bank, were married at Torrisholme Methodist Church.
Mr Liam Hargreaves, elder son of Mr Darren Hargreaves and Miss Angela Wilson, and Miss Louise Hayton, younger daughter of Mr Edward Hayton and Mrs Caroline Hayton, were married at the Ashton Hall, Lancaster.
A record-breaking 1,280 women took part in the annual Moonlight Walk on Saturday to raise money for Lancaster’s St John’s Hospice.
Lancaster Royal Grammar School had its second emphatic win in two years at the national Senior Schools Challenge Quiz, held at Warwick School recently.
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Weather for Lancaster
Thursday 20 June 2013
Temperature: 13 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
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Temperature: 12 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: West