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Wednesday, 20 August 2014

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Answering call of mobile mania

EM Ann McVea column header DO you have a mobile phone? I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t, even those people who swore not too many years ago they wouldn’t have one, and didn’t need one (I’m looking at you, husband).

Jobs market is different world

EM Darren McSweeney NORMAL service is resumed this week, having managed to find an escape tunnel from the holiday camp I wrote about last week and head back home to Barrow.

Communities pull together

EM Elaine Woodburn column header THE ability of local communities to engender a sense of togetherness and community spirit has been at the forefront of my mind this month, sparked by a wonderful Civic Sunday service I attended for the new Mayor of Millom, Felicity Wilson.

Taking a break by the numbers

EM Peter Grenville column WELL, that’s my holiday over. A whole six days off work and a staycation in my own house (the breakfasts were very nice). Let’s check the statistics...

Celebrity deaths should be a lesson

Louise Allonby ROBIN Williams, star of Mrs Doubtfire, Good Morning Vietnam and numerous other highly successful and memorable films, has died – reportedly by suicide.

Give us homes we sorely need

Tim Farron ONE of my last tasks before heading off on holiday for a couple of weeks with my family, was to open the show home in the new housing development on Sandylands in Kendal.

Only talks will stop the suffering

EM John Woodcock NO-ONE wants to start their summer feeling gloomy about the world, but it is undeniable that the past couple of weeks have been among the most concerning internationally in recent times, with both the downing of the Malaysian airliner over Ukraine and the escalation of the conflict in Gaza.

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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