BBC News Lancashire

November 24, 2017
Eden Project North could open in 2023, bosses say

Eden Project North could open in 2023, bosses say

Work on a second Eden Project on the Morecambe coast could begin next year, bosses say.

Driver held after crash kills pedestrian in Bacup

Driver held after crash kills pedestrian in Bacup

A woman is arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving after a man is killed.

Tyson Fury stops Tom Schwarz in second round of heavyweight fight in Las Vegas

Tyson Fury stops Tom Schwarz in second round of heavyweight fight in Las Vegas

Britain's Tyson Fury stops previously undefeated heavyweight Tom Schwarz in the second round in Las Vegas.

Flintoff and McGuinness on joining Top Gear

Flintoff and McGuinness on joining Top Gear

Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff on screen tests and being subtitled.

Lancashire County Council axes drink and drugs rehab places

Lancashire County Council axes drink and drugs rehab places

The council is raising the threshold for access to drink and drugs rehabilitation centres.

Man hurt after pigeon hits helicopter near Edinburgh airport

Man hurt after pigeon hits helicopter near Edinburgh airport

The man needed hospital treatment for his injuries after the bird strike on approach to Edinburgh Airport.

County Championship: Three-wicket Onions burst edges Lancs nearer victory at Derby

County Championship: Three-wicket Onions burst edges Lancs nearer victory at Derby

Graham Onions takes three wickets after tea as Division Two leaders Lancashire edge towards victory against Derbyshire.

Kevin Ellison: Morecambe forward, 40, signs new one-year deal

Kevin Ellison: Morecambe forward, 40, signs new one-year deal

Morecambe's 40-year-old forward Kevin Ellison signs a new one-year deal with the League Two club.

Danny Andrew: Fleetwood sign defender Andrew from Doncaster Rovers

Danny Andrew: Fleetwood sign defender Andrew from Doncaster Rovers

Defender Danny Andrew returns to Fleetwood on a free transfer from Doncaster as he signs a three-year contract.

Mark Halstead: Morecambe keeper signs new two-year deal

Mark Halstead: Morecambe keeper signs new two-year deal

Morecambe keeper Mark Halstead signs a new two-year deal with the League Two club to stay with the Shrimps until 2021.