A TEENAGER has been airlifted to hospital after falling from a horse in Cumbria.
THREE police vans raced through Barrow town centre to attend an incident at public toilets yesterday lunchtime.
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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. • Watch the video
FEELING lonely? As more and more of us are suffering from loneliness JO DAVIES looks at the growing problem and what is being done to mitigate it
MORE than £1.7m has been raised so far from the sale of police stations and buildings in Cumbria.
DAMAGING a door and trashing a Barrow police cell toilet landed the culprit with a £405 bill.
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
TRIBUTES have been paid to Billy Quinn – a fine all-round sportsman who shone at cricket and football in the 1970s. (3 comments)
IT may not exactly be a monster, but for a Furness angler landing a small but rare scaldfish was a memorable catch.
A LAKE District restaurant has been ranked the best in Britain for the second year running by an influential guide.
POLICE attended a sudden death in Barrow.
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AN EVENING Mail campaign has smashed its target by raising and collecting one tonne of food to feed struggling families over the summer holidays.
A DONATION of £1,000 will help improve the life of a sight-impaired Barrow child.
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MORE than 820,000 more women have moved into low paid, insecure jobs since the start of the recession in 2008, according to a new report by the Fawcett Society.
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