BUSINESS leaders convened to discuss the key opportunities for apprentices in the area.
AN employee who went into work armed with a hammer and an eight-inch metal knife threatening to kill a colleague has been warned he faces a lengthy jail term.
MORE than £1,000 has been raised overnight through social media for a “loveable” Barrow dog to have life-saving surgery. (1 comment)
A TALENTED Barrow Celtic under-16s squad set off for a date with destiny 40 years ago this week.
FOLLOWING the death last week of popular former Holker Pioneers, Whitehaven and Walney forward Alf Woolveridge, we have unearthed some great photos of the era when he and his brothers Les and Bert played local rugby league.
A LOT has changed since Ken Williams set up shop in Barrow in 1988 – not least the development of Portland Walk and a town centre overhaul. (5 comments)
THIS week it is all about vote, vote and then more voting, as the deadline for The Evening Mail’s Top Pet Competition 2015 approaches.
• View the slideshows below and find out how to vote
• Click here to watch the Top Pet videos and vote for your favourite
A CHARITY which works to help dyslexic people in their everyday lives has been given a helping hand thanks to a pioneering trust fund.
• Would you like to apply for your organisation to receive £1,000? Click here to apply (1 comment)
THE fight to govern Britain continued this week with the launch of UKIP’s manifesto by Nigel Farage, pictured
BARROVIAN goalkeeping starlet Curtis Anderson is naturally over the Blue Moon about his progress at Premier League giants Manchester City. (1 comment)
KIRSTY Haddock, 32, a clinical systems trainer of Prescot, Merseyside, and Ryan Brown, 27, a lifestyle fitness club manager, of Millom, married at The Grange Hotel, Grange, on March 14
A FOOTBALL coach who has guided a team to win scores of trophies has received the Evening Mail’s Bouquet of the Week for her endless enthusiasm for school sport.
WHEN I was looking around for places to enjoy an indulgent Sunday lunch in the heart of the Lake District, all signs seemed to point towards Storrs Hall On The Lake.
SHUNNING the bright lights of tacky holiday resorts, ELLEN MANNING discovers her Greek island idyll in Lefkas