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Thursday, 17 April 2014

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Rediscover our pride and joy

Louise Allonby I AM very proud indeed to be English. British, yes, but first and foremost English. And why should I not be proud?

Idea shows little things matter

EM Ann McVea column header I’VE never been at the forefront of the latest trends – you only have to look at my wardrobe to realise that.

A cause worth uniting behind

EM Darren McSweeney HOW many miles does a Furness cancer patient travel whilst undergoing a typical 20-session radiotherapy treatment?

Your vote will count in May

EM Peter Thornton column POLITICIANS are used to conflict. Even local councillors, at the gentler end of politics, are used to this. It’s what we sign up for and it’s why my wife, Hazel, often says to me “I wouldn’t do your job, whatever anyone says”!

Sold on the old curiosity shop

EM Peter Grenville column A RECENT day out reminded me how much the retail experience has altered during my lifetime – and it’s not all good.

Essential to move fast on inactivity

EM John Woodcock WE all know in the back of our minds that planting ourselves night-after-night in front of the TV – or the laptop – can have a negative impact on our health.

Keswick to Barrow walkers’ generosity paved way for new era at hospice

EM Keswick to Barrow walk 2012/50033512B004 SERIOUS training starts here for many Keswick to Barrow entrants. Evening Mail editor Jonathan Lee shares his training notes in the build-up to the big day

Rural life is under threat

Tim Farron WE should all be on our guard against allowing the countryside to be a place where these days only very few can manage to live.

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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