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Tribues paid to Accrington family man following sudden death aged 59

Nigel Cohen, managing director of Altham Engineering, died on May 18

Fury as trucker drove thirty miles to dump waste

John Buckland was captured on CCTV calmly reversing a tipper truck then activating the tipper’s mechanism to send tree branches and cuttings tumbling out.

Would-be police officer from Oswaldtwistle caught out by notorious 'Paedophile Hunter' Stinson

Kristian Kirk pleaded guilty to attempting to arrange or facilitate the commission of a child sex offence

Tributes paid to much loved football coach and teacher from Oswaldtwistle

John Haydock passed away on May 19 after a short battle against a brain infection, aged 68

UPDATE: Army gives verdict on World War Two mortar shell found by dog walker

The 70-year-old shell was unearthed near a farm in Clayton-le-Moors on Tuesday

New Hyndburn Mayor Marlene Haworth set to take up the reins

A Mayor-making ceremony will take place this weekend

Fury as trucker drove thirty miles to dump waste

John Buckland was captured on CCTV calmly reversing a tipper truck then activating the tipper’s mechanism to send tree branches and cuttings tumbling out.

Tribues paid to Accrington family man following sudden death aged 59

Nigel Cohen, managing director of Altham Engineering, died on May 18

Daughter from Clayton-le-Moors raises £3,300 after marathon in memory of mum and aunt

Sarah Donohoe is the daughter of long-serving late Hyndburn Macmillan Committee chairperson Barbara Donohoe

Would-be police officer from Oswaldtwistle caught out by notorious 'Paedophile Hunter' Stinson

Kristian Kirk pleaded guilty to attempting to arrange or facilitate the commission of a child sex offence

Tributes paid to much loved football coach and teacher from Oswaldtwistle

John Haydock passed away on May 19 after a short battle against a brain infection, aged 68

Stanley set for relegation scrap

The Reds have lost their last four matches, with Saturday’s home game with Northampton Town ending in a humiliating 5-1 defeat. It leaves Coleman’s team just five points clear of the League Two relegation zone, and he insists that survival is now the aim this season.

Coley: We don't need hired gun

Stanley have scored just four goals in their last seven matches, leaving them 15th in the League Two table.

Coley confirms Einstein theory

Stanley were beaten 3-0 by Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Park last Saturday, passing up a host of opportunities and conceding soft goals along the way.

Promotion can be our revenge

Yeovil scored two late goals to win Tuesday night’s second-round replay at Huish Park and deny the Reds a dream tie at home to Manchester United in the third round.

Coley puts cup dreams on hold

The draw for the third round was made on Monday night so Stanley travel to Yeovil for Tuesday’s replay knowing that if they win, United will visit Accrington on the weekend of January 3/4.

Tribues paid to Accrington family man following sudden death aged 59

Nigel Cohen, managing director of Altham Engineering, died on May 18

Tributes paid to much loved football coach and teacher from Oswaldtwistle

John Haydock passed away on May 19 after a short battle against a brain infection, aged 68

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Stuart Pike
Deputy editor specialising in politics
Alex Bell
Crime
Bethany English
District reporter
Beth Abbit
Court reporter
Jon Macpherson
Reporter
Kate Watkins
Reporter specialising in communities
Garth Dawson
Photographer and columnist