A RECRUITMENT drive is underway at a fabric firm which has already doubled in size in the past three years.
HAVING long drunk in the Last Chance Saloon - the final stop before it is made to swallow a gagging privacy law - the British press, damned as a whole by the excesses of the tabloid nationals, now sobers up by ordering itself a revised code of practice labelled "the toughest in Europe."
WITH reference to the views of Walt Meadows (LET, December 11) some of us are increasingly bored by his pearls of wisdom.
BUS barmy Christopher Segnatelli thought his early Christmas present from Blackburn Transport was just the ticket.
TOUGH new rules covering the ownership of firearm and shotgun certificates were to be introduced.
FARMERS' union leaders are warning that scores of people in East Lancashire could be forced out of business unless the Government takes action on cheap beef imports.
IT may seem tongue-in-cheek, but may I ask a serious question?
I AM so very desperate.
Blackburn Rovers v West Ham United - Peter White's big match preview
THE son of an Accrington pensioner allowed home from hospital with a broken neck does not plan to take the matter any further.
FAMILIES on low incomes in East Lancashire are set to lose out when gas and electricity companies are opened up to competition, say council bosses.
THE gridlock chaos created in Blackburn town centre by a taxi drivers' wildcat protest over tough new safety tests was as disgraceful as it was selfish and spiteful.
A TOWN centre trader who is fighting for the right to display an 'A' board outside his shop has had the board confiscated.
Fulham v Burnley - Peter White's big match preview
CHRIS Sutton is banking on his Blackburn Rovers team-mates to help him beat his ban blues.
AROUND 70 East Lancashire farmers picketed a pie factory today in a dawn protest over the use of imported beef.
LEIGHTON James is playing "patience" at Accrington Stanley, confident in the knowledge that he has enough cards up his sleeve to revive the sleeping giant.
CHRIS Waddle reckons Kevin Keegan must feel like Lenny Lottery, with the millions he and team boss Ray Wilkins have had to spend.
AS the year comes to a close, I look back on my one-man crusade to get the area where I live cleaned up.
I AM a little confused by the actions of the so-called New Labour on social security spending.
Drive & Stroll, with Ron Freethy
MEALS at an Indian takeaway have got the "royal" seal of approval after the owner traced his origins and discovered he is a prince.
JACK Straw intends to "give back power to people in law-abiding communities" in the Crime and Disorder Bill.
MANAGER Tony Town is heading Down Under to help an East Lancashire firm's overseas expansion drive.
ONCE upon a time, there was a land called England, with farmers and butchers and then ... New Labour, new young Labour, the People's Party.