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Your weekly newspaper for Fleetwood, published every Wednesday and updated 24/7 online. Got a story? Contact Richard.Hunt@jpress.co.uk
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 18
You can already request a Green Card from your insurance provider free of charge, but the ABI has said drivers should apply for one at least a month before they travel
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 17
As part of a fresh campaign by the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) forces nationwide are taking part in enforcement and education activities aimed at cutting speeding offences
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 17
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 17
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 16
On Monday, the Department for Transport issued new guidance for expats who are currently allowed to drive in the EU on their UK licences
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 15
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 15
How likely is your car to pass the MOT?
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 14
Messages shared on Twitter, Facebook and via messaging apps claim that “smart” cameras on the M1 and M25 have been set to auto-generate a ticket to any driver exceeding 72mph
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 11
Post-Christmas when some motorists may have received new sat nav units Gem Motoring Assist has warned that mounting the screens in the wrong place could lead to a “lethal reduction” in visibility
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 10
Changes to the amount of room drivers must leave for cyclists, how we use smart motorways, guidelines for learners and the way cars are assessed for their MOT mean there are several new ways road users can fall foul of the law
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 9
"The results of this survey send a clear message that road safety is important to our communities and they want to see more rigorous enforcement of our traffic laws"
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 8
Thousands of people have been taken in by a fake Twitter account claiming to have been set up by Northern Ireland EuroMillions jackpot winner, Patrick Connolly
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 8
NATIONAL NEWS: A passenger in the front seat filmed the prank and the pair were heard laughing after the man fell off his bike into the road
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 8
"Busy mums and dads just don’t have time to be sat in traffic on the way to school"
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 4
A love cheat who hid in his ex-partner’s loft and drilled a peephole to spy on her in her bedroom has been convicted of stalking
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 4
Recalls are a common part of the car industry, with manufacturers issuing them if a fault is detected which is deemed to pose a potential safety risk
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 3
"Many of us know about the health risks of alcohol – seven forms of cancer, liver disease, mental health problems – but we are often unaware that drinking less has more immediate benefits too"
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 3
While children’s sugar intakes have declined slightly in recent years, they are still consuming around eight excess sugar cubes each day, equivalent to around 2,800 excess sugar cubes per year
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 3
Major potential issues included nearly 40,000 Vauxhalls whose brakes could stop working properly and more than 165,000 BMWs that face a potential fire risk
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FleetwoodWeeklyNews Jan 3
Lancashire Police yesterday appealed for the public’s help to find him, and said he was “jailed in 2017 for possession of drugs with intent to supply”
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