Death by Radio is the 700th performance of the successful Murdernights
Mike Ormsby tells young readers about his tales of child sorcery
Writer and broadcaster Stuart Maconie talks about his links with West Lancashire
The writer and broadcaster attended the event to officially open the flagship building
FRACKING plans for West Lancashire have stalled after major energy company Cuadrilla withdrew applications for radioactive waste permits that would allow the controversial process to go ahead.
COMEDY legend Jimmy Cricket paid a visit to Ormskirk this week ahead of an appearance at the town’s Civic Hall.
North is just a dumping ground
MASTERCHEF star Jay Tinker was recorded by police talking to violent gangster Stephen Clarke about the supply of class A drugs.
For the first time, volunteers involved with disability sport will be recognised at the prestigious Lancashire Sports Awards
FOR the first time, volunteers involved with disability sport will be recognised at the prestigious Lancashire Sports Awards.
MOTHER of Henry VII Margaret Beaufort who was brought back into the public eye with the success of the BBC’s White Queen has several links to Ormskirk.
SEWING is the new baking, if the BBC’s recent TV show ‘The Great British Sewing Bee’ is anything to go by!
MASTERCHEF star Jay Tinker has closed his Aughton restaurant.
BARTERING comes to Ormskirk in the form of a new food swapping initiative that has taken the UK by storm having gained coverage on BBC news.
EDGE Hill University welcomed a member of indie rock royalty to campus this week, 30 years since he appeared there on stage.
MASTERCHEF star Jay Tinker has revealed that he is taking his brand global with a new chain of 12 restaurants.
AN ORMSKIRK musician spoke of his delight after his band was shortlisted for a new music award dubbed the Scouse Mercury Prize .
TWO Liverpool legends will headline a night held in memory of festival-goers who died in a coach crash.
YOUNGSTERS were treated to a sporting masterclass when an England international football star visited their school.
HE has spent his entire working life at Martin Mere, helping create and develop wildlife habitats across the 600 acre site over four decades.