A MAN who gave his former girlfriend two black eyes following a domestic row has been jailed.
A JUDGE has given bailiffs the all-clear to swoop on a Barrow skip firm after more than £8,000 in fines went unpaid.
CUMBRIA police detectives are investigating historic abuse at schools in the county.
THE government has launched a new long-term plan to deal permanently with the country’s radioactive waste.
A 32-YEAR-OLD woman who admitted trying to smuggle five SIM cards into HMP Haverigg has been warned she could be jailed.
BERMUDAN triathlete Flora Duffy achieved her goal of a top-10 finish in the Commonwealth Games triathlon in Glasgow.
SIGNATURES have been flooding in calling for a re-think over plans to pass controversial on-street parking charges.
THE Evening Mail’s Reaching Out campaign is seeking to raise £70,000 for St Mary’s Hospice.
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VISITORS to today's Ulverston market will have the opportunity to nominate their unsung community heroes ahead of this year’s Heart of Ulverston awards.
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THE scorching hot weather looks set to shine on Furness residents again today.
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FRUSTRATED drivers in Ulverston faced long tailbacks after roadworks left a town in “gridlock”. (11 comments)
CN Group has launched the 2014 CN Business Awards.
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A BARROW street came to a standstill after a section of the latest super-sub was moved.
PLANS have finally been approved for the repowering of a community-owned windfarm which will secure its future. (7 comments)
THE in-patient unit at a hospice is to be decorated and refitted to give it a brighter look.
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THE UK economy will grow faster this year than any other country in the G7 pool of developed nations, according to a survey by the EY ITEM Club. The country’s economy is estimated to grow by 3.1 per cent, driven mainly by business investment rather than consumer spending. But does this reflect the reality in Cumbria and beyond?
CN Group has launched the 2014 Golden Apple education awards.
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BEN Merriman MPharm(Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about constipation
WITH thrills and spills in mind, JAMES HIGGINS and his family enjoyed time at Gulliver’s World theme park in Warrington.