Anti fracking protesters claiming to be from Preston say they have occupied a government building in Westminster.Read the full story ›
24 North West sites have been added to Historic England's at risk register, including a gothic church in Salford.Read the full story ›
MPs have called a debate in Westminster over concerns to fast track more fracking site and bypassing local democracy.Read the full story ›
Phillip Hammond pledged £100,000 in the budget to support the development of Morecambe's Eden ProjectRead the full story ›
There's more to mushrooms than meets the eye. Kerrie spends the day with a local forager in CheshireRead the full story ›
A Cuadrilla spokesman said work had stopped again as a micro-seismic event measuring 1.1 magnitude was detected at Little Plumpton.Read the full story ›
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