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Southport Great Grandad Wins £3,507,769 On The Lottery
Wed Mar 07, 2012 5:56 pm by admin
George Keates 77 from Southport is celebrating today after scooping a massive £3,507,769 with one of his first ever lottery ticket purchases.

George hit the jackpot in the February 29th draw.

The ticket George bought was a lucky dip and is only the 10th occasion he has entered the lottery.

George has been married to his wife Beryl for 57 years and they have four sons,nine grandchildren and …

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Burnley shopping centre plans scrapped
Wed Mar 07, 2012 5:54 pm by admin
Plans to build a £40m shopping centre in Burnley have been scrapped.

Burnley council claimed developer Henry Boot pulled out of the Curzon Street development "because not enough retailers were committed to the site".

The leader of Burnley Council, Charlie Briggs, said news that the developer was withdrawing out was a "sign of the times".

Henry Boot, which has been working …

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CQC warns over care at Barrow and Lancaster hospitals
Wed Mar 07, 2012 5:53 pm by admin
The trust that runs hospitals in south Cumbria has been given a further two warnings by the health watchdog.

The University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust has been subjected to numerous investigations, warnings and reports in recent months.

Now it has been criticised by the Care Quality …

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Cannabis farm - Lathom Road Southport-UPDATED
Wed Mar 07, 2012 5:02 pm by admin
Merseyside Police executed a warrant at a address in Lathom Road this afternoon as part of a force wide operation on cannabis cultivation.


Merseyside …

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‘Ring of Steel’ and the latest technology will deter travelling criminals
Fri Dec 16, 2011 1:57 pm by admin
A ‘ring of steel’ is to be placed around Lancashire as part of a Christmas crackdown on armed robberies.

Officers, including specialists from the road policing unit, support
unit and armed response unit, will be carrying out extra patrols on key
arterial routes in and out of the county and mounting road side checks
to identify any criminals that may attempt to travel into Lancashire to

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Robert Lund: France lake death 'murder motive was money'
Thu Dec 15, 2011 3:27 pm by admin
A British man on trial
for the third time accused of killing his wife at their home in France
was trying to obtain her money, a court has heard.

Robert Lund, 59, of Darwen, Lancashire, pleaded not guilty at a French court to murdering his wife Evelyn Lund.

Her decomposed body was found two years after she went missing from their farmhouse near Albi, France, in 1999.

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Man on fake firearm charge after Penwortham siege
Thu Dec 15, 2011 3:23 pm by admin
Man on fake firearm charge after Penwortham siege

Police were involved in a stand-off at a house in Penwortham

A man has been charged with firearms offences following a 12-hour siege at a house near Preston.

Armed officers surrounded the house on Kingsfold Drive,
Penwortham, …

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