Lancashire News

Nightclubs to close in Wales under post-Christmas Covid restrictions

Wales is set to see a return to tighter Covid restrictions after Christmas following an increase in Omicron cases in the UK. The Prime Minister announced a mix of advice for the Christmas period as well as new regulations to be followed under a “two-phase plan”. Nightclubs will be closed …

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Live: M6, M55, M65, M61 and Lancashire traffic updates for December 15, 2021

Welcome to the LancsLive Traffic Blog where you will find the latest updates from all over Lancashire. LancsLive will be keeping an eye on Lancashire’s extensive motorway network as well as the A and B routes. We will also be taking a look at the railway lines and general traffic …

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Union in pay warning to Financial Conduct Authority over restructuring

The unions have officially written to the chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) out of fears that an ongoing restructuring could lower workers’ take-home wages. Unite the union, which is seeking legal recognition from the city’s regulator, said there were “serious concerns” over the consultation which is expected …

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Callum Wilson wearing the ‘burden’ of Newcastle number nine shirt in style

Eddie Howe praised Callum Wilson’s flourishing leadership skills after taking on the “burden” of Newcastle’s number nine shirt. Howe, who took Wilson to the former club Bournemouth in his second term on the south coast, inherited the £ 20million striker when he replaced Steve Bruce at Newcastle last month and …

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M6, M61, M65, M55 delays and crashes in Lancashire – live

Welcome to the LancsLive Traffic Blog where you will find the latest updates from all over Lancashire. LancsLive will be keeping an eye on Lancashire’s extensive motorway network as well as the A and B routes. We will also be taking a look at the railway lines and general traffic …

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Weather forecast for Blackpool, Lake District, Preston and East Lancs by area

Most parts of Lancashire and the Lake District will be affected by heavy rains tomorrow (December 9) following flooding in parts of the county due to Storm Barra. Most of the county will see showers throughout the day, with a few sunny intervals in places. The strong wind from Storm …

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The fish molecule “plays a role in the protection and improvement of cognitive function”

According to a study, a molecule found in fish and other seafood may play a role in protecting and improving the cognitive functions of the brain. Researchers investigated the role of trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO), which is found in people’s diets and produced by the body during fish digestion. It is …

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Stick Man at The Lowry, Salford Quays – review

JULIA Donaldson’s books are big business in our house (sure, when I can get my little one to look away from a screen). But they are, without a doubt, our favorite to read aloud at story time. Words just sing off the page, Donaldson is a genius. So when you’ve …

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MailOnline editor and CEO resigns

MailOnline editor and managing director Martin Clarke has announced his resignation. His departure is the latest in a series of changes among senior executives at Daily Mail’s parent company, the Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT). Mr Clarke, who relaunched MailOnline in 2008 and helped make it a major news …

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Start of work on the site of the old Darwen mill which “poisons the village”

A DEVELOPER acquired a large abandoned mill in the moors to transform it into an estate of 79 houses in what has been described as a “big blow in the arm” for a pretty suburban village. Earlier this year, councilors unanimously approved the redevelopment of the former Vernon Crus Mill …

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