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UP Holland roadworks on the M58 causing reduced speed limits

Drivers are advised to plan their journeys and check for roadworks before they leave

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Thousands of birds set to migrate to West Lancashire for the winter

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UP Holland roadworks on the M58 causing reduced speed limits

Drivers are advised to plan their journeys and check for roadworks before they leave

Martin Mere: News from the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Thousands of birds set to migrate to West Lancashire for the winter

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WATCH: Ormskirk family features on X-Factor adverts

The Heyes won a chance to make their ITV debut to millions of people by dancing to Run-DMC

Skelmersdale Men-aces take on West Lancashire councillors

Teams played a charity match to raise money for SHINE

West Lancashire power cuts halved thanks to bird diversion scheme

Diverters help raise the visibility for the 30,000 whooper swans and pink-footed geese that migrate to the area every year from Iceland

West Lancashire Borough Council are offering people advice to ensure that a dog is for life, not just for Christmas.
Pic Trevor Roberts

"Owning a pet is a long-term commitment" advises council

A dog is for life, not just for Christmas

West Lancashire scout leader awarded medal of merit

Kenneth Nayler has been involved with the Maghull troop since 1969

The Ormskirk Advertiser is on the move

Tulketh Street office to close as staff move into a new digital hub on Lord Street  

Halsall dad tells of burglary ordeal leaving children feeling unsafe

Darron Green sentenced to five and a half years behind bars after admitting burglary

Ormskirk Christmas light switch on is set to be the biggest yet

Full details of times and festive fun for Friday, November 28

Brave parents of tragic teen Erick Maina speak to church youngsters just hours after his death

Church launches fundraising appeal after sad death of talented youngster

Five Skelmersdale men charged with drugs offences

Men are due in Preston Magistrates Court this morning following raids yesterday

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, will present certificates to those who have achieved the DofE programme’s Gold Award, in a ceremony at St James’s Palace next week. Photo credit should read: Chris Jackson/PA Wire

Local youngsters to receive Duke of Edinburgh award from Prince Philip

High achievers to receive certificate at St James's Palace ceremony

Teenagers plead guilty to racist graffiti at school of Erick Maina, who died at the weekend

James Coleman and 17-year-old who cannot be named plead guilty to racially aggravated criminal damage

Six Skelmersdale men arrested following drug raids

Raids come as operation to disrupt crime gangs  

Christmas market dates set for Ormskirk

Market will run on extra days and council car parking charges will be reduced

Two charged over racist graffiti seemingly mocking Maghull teenager Erick Maina's death

Teenagers will appear in court today over vandalism in wake of death of Erick Maina

Hundreds take to the Skelmersdale streets over Glenburn college's possible closure

MP Rosie Cooper joined pupils parents and staff on Saturday's march

‘We Can Stop It’ campaign launches to raise awareness about rape across West Lancashire and the county

Lancashire Police say it deals with reports of rape every day and the campaign is funded by money seized from criminals

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