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Burnley,

city (1991 pop. 76,365) and district, Lancashire, NW England. Historically a coal mining and cotton-weaving town, Burnley's economy is increasingly dominated by light engineering, including kitchen equipment and electrical heating appliances.

Burnley

an industrial town in NW England, in E Lancashire. Pop.: 73 021 (2001)
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22 August 2017 - UK-based property investor LXi REIT plc (LSE: LXI) has acquired the Motorpoint car showroom in Burnley, Lancashire, the company said.
Officers said the 35-year-old's death is not being treated as suspicious after he was found at home in Burnley, Lancashire, and later pronounced dead at hospital.
1 I was born in July 1982 in Burnley, Lancashire. 2 I am a cricketer who has played for Lancashire since 2002.
She was filmed by Mark Robinson, from Burnley, Lancashire, who fumed: "This b***h walks though Kibble every day walking her dogs, she continued kicking it around the corner until someone shouted at her."
The youngster was playing near her home in Burnley, Lancashire, when Imran Khan, 34, kidnapped her before he exposed himself and incited her to touch his genitals.
Established at the much maligned but respected Angels night club in the small mill town of Burnley, Lancashire, in November 1989, Retro was conceived by a group of people with wanting an underground nightclub haunt for those who sought similar -- seeking more than a normal night out.
Six directors of a 'land bank' involving prime land near Burnley, Lancashire, UK, have been disqualified following a regulatory probe
Louis Steyn, 42 was relaxing at his home in Burnley, Lancashire, one Thursday evening last October when his peace was completely shattered.
Richards, 45, from Burnley, Lancashire, said that he was "gobsmacked" by the price.
The raider posed as a woman in the traditional garment to gain access to the jeweller's in Burnley, Lancashire. Three masked men wielding a single-barrel shotgun, a Samurai sword and an axe then followed the "customer" into the shop where they robbed up to pounds 30,000 of jewellery.
Sgt Taylor, from Bournemouth, Dorset, leaves behind his wife Nicola and their son Roan, while L/Cpl Foley, from Burnley, Lancashire, leaves his wife Sophie and their three sons Calum, Warren and Jake.
2001: Race violence erupts in Burnley The ring leaders of a weekend of racial clashes in Burnley, Lancashire, are hunted by the police as the clear up in the town begins.