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SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT: Arkholme CE Primary School

Arkholme CE Primary School is a small, but mighty, rural school situated 10 minutes from Carnforth in the beautiful Lune Valley.

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Apprentice-style contest will be all in good cause

Apprentice-style contest will be all in good cause

The Apprentice is coming to Lancaster!

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Lancaster students seek consultancy challenge

Lancaster students seek consultancy challenge

A group of final year students from the University of Cumbria are looking for a challenge which could benefit businesses in north Lancashire.

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Colette Rankin.

Mum-of-two fights back from breast cancer at age of 30

Colette Rankin was enjoying her maternity leave and looking after new baby Emelia when she was struck down by breast cancer at the age of just 30.

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Jane and Stephen Caldwell. Picture: BBC iPlayer.

Arnside cafe couple speak of £100k online fraud nightmare

A couple from Arnside have revealed how they were scammed out of more than £100,000 in savings by online fraudsters.

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University of Cumbria. Lancaster Campus.

University of Cumbria ‘pops up’ to bring half-term fun to Lancaster

A week of free activities, workshops and competitions aimed at showcasing the variety of work that goes on at the University of Cumbria will take place in the centre of Lancaster this October half-term.

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Scientist at work at Lancaster Universitys Environment Centre.

Lancaster University leads top government economy study

Lancaster University is leading one of the government’s 12 new regional science and innovation audits to develop a new approach to regional economic development.

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Cat Smith MP with Samantha Beetham and Lisa Richardson. Photo by Matt Cetti-Roberts

Lancaster group wins award for work tackling underage drinking

The Lancaster Community Alcohol Partnership has won a national award for its work tackling underage drinking in the city’s Bulk ward.

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The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has purchased new vehicles.

£200k vehicle investment boost for Heysham Port business

The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has invested £203,000 in its vehicle fleet to support freight and passenger services.

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An elephant photographed alongside the Zambezi during Anita Lowis's charity canoe trip.

Lancaster businesswoman takes on African river canoe challenge

Animal lover and businesswoman Anita Lowis took to the water on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to support a charity close to her heart.

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Left to right top row: Joe Hiley, Kieran OSullivan, Alex Mackay-Fowler, Matthew Cole, Joe Shaw
Left to right front row: Jack Bradfield, Thalie Yuill, Lydia Maun, Sam Holden (not on the photo Maia Lomax)

Nuclear industry’s latest young intake in Heysham

Heysham power stations’ latest recruits have joined the company to start their apprenticeship in the nuclear industry.

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An artist's impression of the proposed new RLI car park.

Concerns over ‘monstrous’ Royal Lancaster Infirmary car park plans

Controverisal plans for a “monstrous” new multi-storey car park for staff at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary will come under discussion next week.

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Sandy Gardner with Matt and Adrian from Printing.com Lancaster holding the banner and Guy from The Howling Clowns at the front. Photo by Barrie Marshall.

Interactive artwork will fly high over Lancaster Music Festival

An artist who was inspired by the community spirit in the wake of Storm Desmond two years ago has teamed up with Lancaster businesses to show off her work during Lancaster Music Festival.

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Peter Yates with Carnforth Station Clock. Photo by Robert Swain.

Carnforth Station’s famous Brief Encounter clock is telling the time again

Carnforth Station’s famous clock is ticking once again.

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The Unique Homecare team.

Lancaster charity and care agency team up in bid to fight dementia

A care agency which specialises in dementia has teamed up with a Lancaster neurological support charity to fundraise and offer training and support to those in need.

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Chris Baxter.

Lancaster man vapes his way to marathon success

From struggling to walk up a flight of stairs to running marathons, Chris Baxter is the perfect example of someone who has turned their life around – and he says it’s all down to vaping.

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A clownfish as seen in Finding Nemo.

Lancaster University research finds that ‘Hollywood effect’ helps wildlife

How did Finding Nemo affect clownfish? Was Jaws bad for sharks? Did the remake of the Jungle Book help pangolins?

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Angela and Jane.

Morecambe care centre staff take a walk for Alzheimer’s

Two women who work at a Morecambe care centre will be putting their best foot forward at the weekend to help in the fight against Alzheimer’s.

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Lancaster security firm backs fire service’s vital work

Lancaster security firm backs fire service’s vital work

A Lancaster business is supporting the county’s fire service by providing retained firefighting staff to assist with incidents within the Lune Valley and North Yorkshire border.

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Team’s walk to back Alzheimer’s

Team’s walk to back Alzheimer’s

The family and care workers of a woman with advanced dementia are embarking on a ‘memory walk’ to raise vital funds for a charity close to their hearts.

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