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Burrito bar’s Alice in Wonderland and Escape Rooms fun

A new burrito cafe near Heysham has joined in with a craze sweeping the nation.

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Lidl joins fellow budget supermarket Aldi in jumping on the Black Friday tradition

Lidl to take part in Black Friday for the first time

Lidl has announced that it will take part in Black Friday for the first time this year.

Business
The new Audi design centre

Behind the scenes at Audi's new design centre

One of a lucky few invited inside, Jack Healy reveals what lies behind the glimmering glass windows

Transport
The union said it was seeking a "suitable and equal" pay offer

Staff on Virgin's West Coast line vote to strike in pay dispute

Rail workers on Virgin Trains' West Coast route have voted by nine to one to go on strike in a dispute over pay.
Transport
The Bay Gateway.

Major industry award for the Bay Gateway

One year since its opening, The Bay Gateway has been named the 2017 Economic Infrastructure Project of the Year.

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Christmas shoppers in Lancaster

Lancaster bus campaigners call for free Christmas travel

Lancaster bus campaigners are calling on the council to provide free bus travel in the run up to Christmas to match its offer of free parking in the city’s car parks.

Transport
Rohina and Jerry Caterina at The Stonewell Tavern. Photo by Nick Lakin.

Lancaster pub couple call time after 11 years

Jerry and Rohina Caterina are saying an emotional goodbye to their home and business after more than a decade behind the bar.

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Overall, men get a bigger buzz from secret spending

Men will spend £12,663 in their lives on purchases their partner knows nothing about

The average male will spend £12,663 over the course of his lifetime, on purchases his partner knows absolutely nothing about, according to new research.

Business
Millions are facing a fuel poverty crisis this year

Three in ten Brits are too scared to put their heating on due to crippling costs

More than three in ten Brits say they are simply too scared to put their heating on through fear about CRIPPLING fuel bills, according to a new study.

Business
Here's Henry: still blowing strong

10 million Henrys and counting..

Over the last 40 years, Numatic International has made more than 10 million Henrys and most of them are still in service.

Business
Union members voted by 84% in favour of strikes

Driving examiners to stage 48-hour strike on day new test is launched

Driving examiners are to stage a 48-hour strike from December 4, the day a new driving test is launched, in a dispute over working conditions.

Environment
Tesco have sparked outrage from some with this image

Tesco respond to criticism over Muslim family in Christmas ad

Tesco have responded to shoppers who have threatened to boycott the supermarket after a Christmas advert featured a Muslim family.

Business
A quarter of a million First Class and Standard ticket prices will be slashed over five days with Virgin Trains on the West Coast

Fares slashed in Black Friday Virgin Trains sale

A Virgin Trains Winter Seat Sale is set to spread festive cheer across the county this November with tickets from Preston to London available from just £11.

Transport
Britain has some of the most relaxed vision requirements for drivers in Europe.

Eye experts call for drivers to have compulsory sight tests every 10 years

Motorists should face compulsory sight tests every 10 years to stay on the road, leading eye experts have said.

Transport
The old 10 note must be spent by March next year

Bank of England reveals cut-off date for paper £10 notes

The old £10 note must be spent by March next year after the Bank of England revealed the date for when it will cease to be legal tender.

Business
Two shops in a UK city centre are using breathalysers on customers

Shops breathalyse customers who want to buy alcohol to curb street drinking

Two shops in a UK city centre are using breathalysers on customers who want to buy alcohol in a bid to clamp down on boozy anti-social behaviour.

Business
A typical family could pay an extra 144 a year for their groceries

Supermarket prices rise at fastest rate in four years

Grocery prices rose at their fastest rate in four years over the past three months, with a supermarket sales increase almost entirely due to inflation, figures show.

Business
Music goes right to our emotions immediately

Don't you just love early Christmas music? What do you mean no?

Are you hanging up your stocking on the wall? Of course not, we’re barely in November.

Business
Coroner Peter Sigee warned that cyclists could die because of new Government rules relaxing repairs to deep potholes

New pothole repair rules will increase risk of cycling deaths, coroner warns

Cyclists could die because of new Government rules relaxing repairs to deep potholes, a coroner has warned.

Transport
Concerned about your credit score?

8 common pitfalls which could ruin your credit rating

Concerned about your credit score? These insider tips will help ensure it stays on track

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