New coastal protection for Morecambe sea front aiming to improve flood protection for thousands of homes and businesses.Read the full story ›
Concerns of littering, anti-social behaviour and traffic congestion submitted in relation to planning application on former car sales site.Read the full story ›
Residents in nearby Roseacre Wood have already been counting the cost of fracking in terms of house prices.
Some say they had no option to move, others say they can't sell.
Amy Welch has been speaking homeowners about the prospect of the fracking drills headed there next.
The last stand - anti-fracking protestors show their opposition as drilling gets underway today at the controversial Lancashire site.
After drilling was halted seven years ago, Energy firm Caudrilla say it's the end of a long and bitter battle to start shale gas extraction.
For those against the process, there's disappointment, but they say they'll fight on.
Our political reporter Hannah Miller was there when fracking started and looks at both sides of the debate
An area off the east coast of the Isle of Man will be open for gas and oil exploration by Manx-based company, Crogga.Read the full story ›
It has been a long, controversial road to the start of "fracking" to extract shale gas deep underground at Preston New Road in Lancashire.Read the full story ›
Fracking will start in Lancashire tomorrow after a legal challenge failed in the High Court.
An environmental campaigner tried to convince a judge safety procedures were inadequate.
But the judge ruled today there was "no serious issue."
Energy firm Cuadrilla say they're "delighted" to finally begin fracking at their site at Little Plumpton near Blackpool. The process had been stopped in the UK in 2011 after it was linked to earthquakes.
The ManxSPCA and Manx Wildlife Trust are asking people to look out for pets which have either escaped or been released into the wild.Read the full story ›
Landowners in the Lake District are having to fell hundreds of trees in an effort to control the largest outbreak of disease in living memory.
Phytopthora Ramorum - commonly known as Sudden Oak Death - is carried by larch trees.
It thrives in wet and windy weather, so the race is on try to clear infected forests before it spreads further.
'We didn't vote for fracking' - that's the message a group of women from Lancashire are taking to the Tory Party ConferenceRead the full story ›