A man has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Blackpool teenager Paige Chivers.
Robert Ewing has been given a life sentence, and will serve a minimum of 33 years, for murdering the 15-year-old.
Blackpool striker Nile Ranger has returned to train with his club, after eight months being absent without leave.
His return was reported by the Blackpool Gazette's football writer Will Watt on Twitter.
After eight months AWOL, Nile Ranger has finally reported back for training at Blackpool this morning.
A clause was activated in Ranger's contract earlier this year, much to the player's surprise as he revealed on Instagram.
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A march will take place in Blackpool over proposals to close two Sure Start nurseries in the town due to budget cuts.
Grange Park and Talbot & Brunswick are two nurseries which are under threat.
Parents and children staged a protest last week against the proposals.
97 children attend the nurseries which are in one of the most deprived areas in the UK.
The council says there is adequate provision in the private sector and in other areas in Blackpool, but parents say it is not accessible and demand will be too high.
Blackpool Council is to introduce a new hygiene rating system for tattoo parlours, piercing businesses and permanent make-up artists.Read the full story ›
Tattoo and piercing parlours in Blackpool are to get hygiene ratings just like restaurants.
The scheme is thought to be one of the first of it's kind in the UK.
It's being brought in after the council was alerted to a number of people who suffered health problems after visiting certain establishments.
The Blackpool Tattoo Hygiene Rating Scheme will allow consumers to check the rating of premises online at on their computer, tablet or smartphone.
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Police are appealing for information regarding missing person Cheryl Leggat, also known to use the name McKinley.
The 28 years old is missing from Hamilton, South Lanarkshire in Scotland but she is believed to have travelled to Blackpool.
She is described as 5'6", white with a slim build, long black/dark hair, blue eyes, wears glasses, last seen wearing red 'just eat' t shirt, black leggings and black pumps.
She was last seen in Hamilton on July 3 and her family are concerned as it is out of character for her not to contact to them for this length of time.