A VEHICLE has overturned on the M6 Cumbria, causing two lanes to closed northbound.
TWO men are in hospital this morning after a serious crash on the A66 in Cumbria last night.
A CUMBRIA man has been sentenced for assault by beating after causing his ex-partner bruises, scratches and grazes.
GENEROUS locals have helped the family of Leon O’Neill build an extension to their Barrow house so the courageous 10-year-old can come home.
THERE has been a happy ending to the search for a blind dog which went missing in Cumbria. (6 comments)
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A RESIDENT had a shock when a monkey turned up in her Dalton garden. (7 comments)
SIGNATURES have been flooding in calling for a re-think over plans to pass controversial on-street parking charges. (1 comment)
THE Evening Mail’s Reaching Out campaign is seeking to raise £70,000 for St Mary’s Hospice.
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OPTOMETRIST at Specsavers in Barrow, JULIE DIXON, looks at how lifestyle choices can affect your eyesight
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AMY Waterworth, 28, a project engineer at BAE Systems, and Jay Jones, 29, a pipefitter at BAE Systems, of Parker Street, Barrow, married at Barrow Register Office, The Nan Tait Centre, on Saturday June 7, 2014.
THESE photogenic toddlers picked up the most votes to win the Evening Mail’s Top of the Tots competition.
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.