A slight change to the current cloudy, mild and damp conditions by the time we reach the weekend......Read the full story ›
A Lancashire decorator is planning to paint the town red after scooping £13,599 from a wager of just 25 pence.Read the full story ›
Cloudy and damp. Mild with light winds. When will it change? Kerrie has the detail......Read the full story ›
The North West Ambulance Service has been told it 'requires improvement' in a new report by health watchdogs.
The report by the Care Quality Commission says the trust struggled with staffing levels, and expressed concerns the service couldn't meet the needs of patients. The trust say there are plans to continue to recruit paramedics from abroad to fill vacancies.
Nicola Kemp is from the Care Quality Commission and Derek Cartwright is Chief Executive of the North West Ambulance Service.
THE Right Reverend Bishop James Jones KBE - the retired Bishop of Liverpool - is to be presented with the Freedom of LiverpoolRead the full story ›
If you have a public phone box near you, would you care if it was removed?
BT says the use of pulic phoneboxes has fallen by more than 90%, and it wants to scrap payphones it says aren't needed.
But residents of one tiny Lancashire village, which prides ititself on being at the centre of things, have been fighting to save theirs.
This report from Sarah Rogers:
The protesters chants turned to applause for the doctors and nurses returning to duty as a Lancashire Accident and Emergency unit re-opened.
Chorley's A&E had been closed in April because of a shortage of staff.
It's back in business, but not 24/7, which has left campaigners saying today was only a partial victory.
Here's Victoria Grimes with the story:
Lindsay Hoyle, the MP for Chorley, has been involved in efforts to get the the unit reopened.
He told Tony the campaign was 50% towards its goal:
Two people are under arrest and a murder investigation has been launched after the death of a newborn baby.Read the full story ›