Helping Keep The Preston & Lancashire Community Local
Wed January 20, 2021
- Blackburn man charged with 2013 murder of baby daughter and son - Jordan Monaghan is accused of killing his three-week-old daughter Ruby and 21-month-old son Logan in 2013.
- Leyland solicitor spared jail over unauthorised access of ex-wife's information - Solicitor Scott Ainge used work computers to gather information about his wife's lover.
- Storm Christoph: Flood warnings in parts of England - Police in Greater Manchester and South Yorkshire say they are expecting flooding in their regions.
- Youngest person in UK convicted of terrorism offence can go free - Parole Board - At the age of 14, he sent encrypted messages inciting an Australian teenager to murder police officers.
Jordan Monaghan is accused of killing his three-week-old daughter Ruby and 21-month-old son Logan in 2013.
Solicitor Scott Ainge used work computers to gather information about his wife's lover.
Police in Greater Manchester and South Yorkshire say they are expecting flooding in their regions.
At the age of 14, he sent encrypted messages inciting an Australian teenager to murder police officers.
The Manchester Arena Inquiry confirms it will consider if Saffie-Rose Roussos, 8, could have survived.
Blackburn Cathedral is one of 10 major Covid-19 vaccination hubs being opened around country.
A £280,000 plan to stop further deterioration to Darwen's Jubilee Tower is backed by the town's council.
A murder charge is dropped after tests show a man's attack on his brother did not kill him, police say.
They were among 110 fines issued for Covid breaches this weekend by Greater Manchester Police.
Christmas gatherings were cut back but was there still an impact on Covid cases?
Coronavirus lockdown rules are changing across the UK, but who is responsible for enforcing them?
Public Health England answer questions about vaccinations, shop workers and lockdown.
Posted by Administrator : Tuesday 12th March 2013
COSTING US OUR LIVELIHOOD? It is estimated that the cost of living looks expected to continue to rise this year with stable incomes versus increasing costs of everyday household items. In recent years the cost of living has been as high as 5 times more than wage rises.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 11th March 2013
BE PREPARED OR AT LEAST HAVE YOUR ARM BANDS READY. Flooding can be devastating for home owners but some simple tips could prevent heartbreaking and costly repairs. It is important that you understand about your property and local areas, so you can be aware of any potential flooding problems in the future.
Posted by Administrator : Sunday 10th March 2013
EASIER SAID THAN DONE! The mortgage and property market looks to be improving slightly through better mortgage deals. However the market still lacks direction and combined with lack of incentives for new buyers and government cuts it looks like it could be a while before it rises.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 4th March 2013
ARE WE WAVING GOODBYE TO OUR LOCAL HIGHSTREET? Our local High Streets have been suffering in the consumer downturn. Customers have been watching their pennies amid concerns about high inflation and job security. Recently we have lost many large retailers that have been hit by the economic climate and the increasing online competition.
Posted by Administrator : Saturday 2nd March 2013
THERE IS NOTHING WORNG WITH A GOOD LOCAL. It is no secret that our local pubs have suffered in the last decade due to numerous factors such changing nightlife trends (Bars and Clubs), the recession (meaning people have less to spend), alcohol awareness campaigns, the general costs of ale and rent and increases in government tax’s on alcoholic beverages.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 25th February 2013
ARE WE GETTING TOO STRESSED AT WORK? While some workplace stress is completely normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and impact your physical and emotional health. This means your ability to deal with it can mean the difference between success or failure.
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