LAST month a falconer travelled to Cumbria for a standard demonstration but little did he know he would spend the four days searching for one of his prized birds – and one month on it is still missing.
A RUGBY player on a stag night was involved in a bar brawl in Barrow captured on CCTV.
MOTORISTS heading south from Cumbria today are being warned that part of the M6 is closed.
A DISABLED Barrow man has expressed relief after a pair of thugs each received two-year jail sentences for a “despicable” gang attack on him while he lay in bed.
BARROW AFC manager Darren Edmondson last night completed his ice bucket challenge as his team trained ahead of Saturday's game against Solihull Moors.
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BARROW MP John Woodcock took the plunge by performing the Ice Bucket Challenge accompanied by Labour MP for Wirral South, Alison McGovern.
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RADIO star Chris Evans has been telling the nation about his love of a South Lakes village.
A CAMPAIGN to prevent a road from closing, effectively rendering a tourism hotspot unsafe, is gathering momentum. (12 comments)
THE finalists for this year’s CN Group Business Awards have been chosen, and the judges say the standard is as high as ever.
FORMER Raiders coach Anthony Murray has been banned from entering Craven Park this Sunday. (8 comments)
TRIBUTES have been paid to Billy Quinn – a fine all-round sportsman who shone at cricket and football in the 1970s. (4 comments)
IT may not exactly be a monster, but for a Furness angler landing a small but rare scaldfish was a memorable catch.
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SUPERMARKETS are divided over whether to extend trading hours on a Sunday, despite new data suggesting that after 20 years of restricted trading consumers want the laws to be relaxed. We asked if there was an appetite for Sunday trading locally.
ANOTHER Barrow beach clean is being organised as part of the Big Clean to follow up on recent successes.
THIRTY summers ago I spent a marvellous few months working behind the bar at the Farmers Arms in Lowick, which was run at the time by the legendary and hugely popular Philip Broadley
Cumbria County Council voted to introduce on-street parking charges following huge cuts to its funding. The Evening Mail is backing the Reverse the Charges campaign to abandon the plans - but here we publish the council's full Frequently Asked Questions document (1 comment)
BEN Merriman MPharm(Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about the condition osteoporosis, those likely to be affected by it and how to reduce risks associated with its development