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  DOCTORS have seen a ‘worrying’ drop in the number of women attending potentially life-saving cervical cancer screening.
  THE owner of Blackburn Carriage and Motor Company put on a special road show back, we think, in the 1920s.
  SEAN Dyche’s stamp is ‘all over’ Burnley Football Club, according to former Clarets defender and current under-23s boss Michael Duff.
  EAST Lancashire tribute singer Claire Eccleston will appear on BBC One’s latest hit talent show this weekend.
  THE salary which has been advertised for a new council digital guru role has been slammed as ‘scandalous’.
  MARCUS Antonsson returned to action ahead of schedule and is ready to play a decisive part in Rovers’ push for promotion.
  COUNCILLORS hope new restrictions across Chorley will help to ensure motorists curb their speed.
  POLICE are appealing for information after a safe was stolen from a gold club.
  CHILD sex offences have risen by more than a quarter in the county in just a year, according to a shocking new report.
  HORRIFIED dog walkers found a dead terrier floating in the canal in Blackburn.
  AN INTER-generational knitting project will see a village park become bright and beautiful in time for summer.
  GIRLGUIDING volunteers were given special awards for clocking up 110 years of service between them.
  HERE are six of the best from the Lancashire Telegraph Camera Club.
  A WOMAN has been airlifted to hospital following a 'serious' collision.
  A VOLUNTEER has knitted 30 Easter chicks to raise money for a hospice.
  BURNLEY captain Tom Heaton played his first game since suffering a dislocated shoulder in September, coming through the full 90 minutes of the Clarets'...
  A MAN has been charged for assaulting another man in a town centre nightclub.
  THE deadline to nominate amazing women in East Lancashire who are showing the Suffragette spirit has been extended.
  MORRISONS is recalling its Italian Penne Bolognese Bake because it contains celery which is not mentioned on the label.
  Accrington Stanley Community Trust have teamed up with Gulliver's this week to give the children attending their half-term holiday course a free ticket...
  Rovers reporter Rich Sharpe picks out five talking points from the home win over Bury.
  TWO dogs who were given up when their owner could not care for them anymore have found new homes – and will be TV stars tonight.
  ROVERS have sold out their allocations for their upcoming away games at Walsall and AFC Wimbledon.
  AN historic tapestry has been unveiled at Darwen Heritage Centre.
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