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University of Central Lancashire
The city of Preston has introduced new ways of making itself more prosperous.
A newly-wed couple from China have chosen a somewhat unusual destination for their honeymoon - Preston in Lancashire.
Legend Liang, 33, from Guangdong, China, said he wanted to take his bride Carmen, 28, to the "lovely city", where he studied 10 years ago.
And while it might not always be the most romantic spots to celebrate your nuptials, Mr Liang insisted his new wife enjoyed her outing around the city.
He said he wanted to show her his favourite haunts, including the flag market. An impressed Mrs Liang said she thought the city was "really nice".
The couple's visit was part of a 12-day trip around the UK which also took in London, Cambridge, Manchester, and Edinburgh.
A degree in soap opera production is launched, with students producing their very own drama.
A study led by the University of Central Lancashire could change the way chronic fatigue and ME is diagnosed.
The research, which has been published in the medical journal BMJ Open, found ways of diagnosing and treating patients more quickly using a process known as "the Perrin technique".
It sees patients assessed around five physical symptoms, including chest and lymph nodes and skin rashes.
Patients are currently diagnosed via a process of elimination of other conditions.
There are about 250,000 chronic fatigue and ME sufferers in the UK. The condition causes muscular pain, disabling fatigue and an intolerance to exercise.
Stars of London's West End are to collaborate with undergraduate students from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) to create a musical in a week top raise money for charity.
Claire Sweeney will join the likes of John Thompson and Michael Xavier and about 50 third year music, theatre and media students to create a friendship-themed musical lasting 30 minutes, to be performed on the evening of BBC Children in Need on 17 November.
In February 2016 UCLan students worked with the cast and crew of Coronation Street and Emmerdale to create a 15-minute soap opera.