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Saturday, 22 November 2014

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Letting the train add to the strain

EM Peter Grenville column I HAD a lovely break – thanks for asking. Friends, family, pizza and industrial quantities of coffee. But oh, the trains...

Safety on roads needs your help

EM John Woodcock THE darkest days of the year are upon us – and their arrival brings extra danger for all road users across Barrow and Furness.THE government’s rushed and botched £3bn reorganisation of the NHS has done us few favours here in Furness. It has placed the hospitals we rely on under huge financial strain, while distracting from the key task of improving quality and safety of care.

Phone firm fails to communicate

Louise Allonby MY sympathies are entirely with the bereaved widow who has had to resort to taking her husband’s ashes in an urn into a mobile phone shop in order to attempt to cancel his contract.

Spoke too soon about autumn

EM Ann McVea column header I HAVE mentioned previously in this column that, beyond any doubt, autumn was upon us.ACCORDING to Consumer watchdog Which? the way broadband services are advertised should be changed because not enough of us get what we think we are paying for.

Flashing might not be popular

EM Darren McSweeney TO flash or not to flash? It’s a question that may have troubled the mind of one Erica Roe all too briefly back in 1982. (1 comment)

Real training has such an impact

Tim Farron SOME figures came out from the Department for Business Innovation and Skills recently that really made me feel my job is worthwhile.

Parking is only one of our concerns

EM Dave Pidduck column IT’S 7am on a lovely morning and it’s the start of a new year.

Walk reaffirms faith in the human spirit

EM Keswick to Barrow walk 2012/50033512B004 Evening Mail editor Jonathan Lee has been sharing his training notes in the run-up to the big day. Here, he shares his expeience of an incredible day of teamwork and cameraderie at Saturday's event

Sign up to save hospital services

Jamie Reed IF you hadn’t already noticed, it was recently announced that the body which looks after the West Cumberland Hospital – the North Cumbria Acute Hospitals Trust – is now seeking to merge with another trust, after being forced by government to make cuts it simply cannot yet do. (2 comments)

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