THE M6 northbound in Cumbria has reopened after a vehilce overturned this morning.
A TEENAGE professional footballer from Barrow who was arrested earlier this year on suspicion of spot fixing will not face any charges.
A POPULAR Barrow hospital worker who has a progressive life-limiting condition will marry his partner next week, and the couple have vowed to “fight it together”. (4 comments)
A CUMBRIA man has been sentenced for assault by beating after causing his ex-partner bruises, scratches and grazes. (1 comment)
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HAVING a man sent off turned out to be a bonus for Barrow AFC as they continued their pre-season programme by entertaining League One Oldham Athletic on Saturday.
SHOPPERS and traders united over the weekend in Barrow to vent their anger at proposed on-street parking meters which they say will empty more shops.
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OPTOMETRIST at Specsavers in Barrow, JULIE DIXON, looks at how lifestyle choices can affect your eyesight
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THE in-patient unit at a hospice is to be decorated and refitted to give it a brighter look.
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PARENTS who fail to prevent their daughter being subjected to female genital mutilation will face prosecution under new legislation unveiled by the government at a summit in London. A £1.4 million FGM Prevention Programme for survivors and those at risk were among plans announced by Prime Minister David Cameron
I REST on my kayak paddle and gaze at the horizon as a golden hue from the setting sun illuminates the pale waters at Killary fjord.
I’VE always liked Broughton but considering how relatively close it is to where I live, I visit the town (or is it a village – I’m never quite sure?) far too infrequently.