Full list of services that will be affected on Tuesday, October 14
Anti-fracking campaigners say they will fight energy giant should they look to frack in the future
Dramatic video of man from Banks getting a chilly soaking for charity
West Lancs take home some of the most prestigious prizes
The Arc takes in welfare cases from all over the country
Call for ‘serious conversations’ by ward councillors
Clarkes connected to criminals responsible for shootings and fire bombings across Liverpool
Organisations to share information about applications
Worries over plans for a single West Lancashire site along M58 corridor
Cuadrilla hope to complete work at Becconsall well
Locations in Banks, Scarisbrick and Skelmersdale have all been proposed as preferred options
St Stephens school site due to be developed
THE Environment Agency has hit back over claims made by Cllr Martin Forshaw in last week’s Advertiser regarding the Alt Crossens catchment.
A COUNCILLOR has blamed changes in policing for the possible end of the Banks Carnival.
BUDGET cuts to the Environment Agency have led to flooding fears for West Lancashire as the organisation now has less money to spend on land drainage.
WEST Lancashire Council could receive 100% of the business rates instead of the usual 50% if it approves government proposed fracking sites – including Banks’ Cuadrilla operation.
GANGSTER Peter Clarke phoned a drug dealer who was sat in the back of a police car after being caught with a £3m cocaine haul in Tarleton.
GANGSTER Paul Lawler was “off his trolley” after a heavy cocaine session when police raided his West Lancashire home.
YOUNG motocross rider Finley 'Rossi' Beard will star at the Liverpool ECHO Arena in February.