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Tomorrow will see people around the world hail the start of the Year of the Horse

Revoe Primary School in Blackpool, Lancashire

Head and five teachers suspended at Blackpool school over responses to 'challenging behaviour'

A headteacher and five members of teaching staff at a primary school have been suspended amid concerns over the wellbeing of pupils.

Britain's youngest-ever ASBO holder, 'imp of Satan', turns to murder 10 years on

Robert Heneghan jailed for 19 years for murdering his friend Sam Bee at a house party 

Sasha Marsden, 16, was found in a rear alley behind a bed and breakfast hotel in Blackpool on Thursday night.

Man still held over Blackpool teen murder

Sasha Marsden died as a result of 'significant stab wounds'

MK Dons’ Darren Potter celebrates with his team-mates
Out of luck: Steve Thompson has lost all three games as caretaker manager

Match Report: Tommy Smith piles the misery on rudderless Blackpool

Blackpool 1 Cardiff City 2

Michael Appleton: expected to be announced as the new Blackburn Rovers manager

Michael Appleton set to take charge at Blackburn Rovers

Blackpool boss set to make switch

Editorial: Do not let parents off the hook

Half of Britain's teachers now see children arrive at school who have not eaten any breakfast. Around a third of primary teachers say they take food into school to give to their pupils, with one in six spending as much as £25 a month to do so.

Blackpool's Tom Ince

FA lodge appeals against Steven Caulker and Tom Ince bans

Pair were punished for roles in heated European Championship play-off against Serbia

More schools providing free breakfasts for pupils to avoid them being unable to concentrate in class

Free school breakfasts are on the agenda for thousands of pupils - as growing numbers of authorities act to combat them becoming hungry during the day and unable to concentrate in class.

Man swept out to sea over New Year is named

A man who was swept into the sea in gale-force winds, leading to a search operation involving Prince William, has been named by police.

Dog walker swept away in sea off Blackpool named

A man who was swept into the sea in gale-force winds, leading to a search operation involving the Duke of Cambridge, has been named by police.

Rescue crews search Blackpool coastline for man swept into sea by gale-force winds

Rescue crews were searching a stretch of coastline today after a man was swept into the sea in gale-force winds.

<b>Raheem Sterling (17 years, 317 days), LIVERPOOL v Reading (20/10/12)</b><br/>
Having scored his debut league goal against reading on Saturday, Sterling becomes Liverpool's second youngest goal scorer. The Jamaican-born winger has represented England at Under-16 to 21 levels, and was called up to the full squad in September. Sterling is touted as one of the brightest young talents in the game, and has been tipped for an illustrious career with England.

Liverpool 'is the best place' for Raheem Sterling says Brendan Rodgers

Youngster on verge of new deal

Teenager charged over fire deaths

A teenager has been charged with the murder of four siblings who died in January from smoke inhalation following a fire at a converted bungalow in Freckleton, Lancashire.

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Russell Brand's 'true news' videos attract millions of viewers. But today's 'Milibrand' interview introduced his resolutely amateurish style to a whole new crowd
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