Ambleside Sports takes place today with traditional fell, track, cycling, hounds and wrestling events all on offer.
ALMOST one third of young working adults in South Cumbria are still living with their parents because they can’t afford to get on the property ladder. (5 comments)
A WASHED-UP dead whale which has laid on the Barrow coast for almost two weeks has finally been buried.
A MYSTERIOUS occurrence saw people unable to gain access to their vehicles in Barrow as their key fobs all stopped working on the same day. (13 comments)
FRACKING licences are up for grabs across South Cumbria, after a massive expansion of drilling was given the go-ahead. (14 comments)
THE Evening Mail’s Reaching Out campaign is seeking to raise £70,000 for St Mary’s Hospice.
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CN Group has launched the 2014 CN Business Awards.
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CN Group has launched the 2014 Golden Apple education awards.
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BARROW Borough Council looks set to become the authority to enforce the on-street parking meters which have attracted widespread criticism. (9 comments)
BEN Merriman MPharm(Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about the NHS Medicine Use Review service offered by all Murrays branches throughout Barrow
THE in-patient unit at a hospice is to be decorated and refitted to give it a brighter look.
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WITH the news that Barrow Borough Council opted not to hold a memorial event to commemorate the start of the First World War, is it still important to remember an event that happened so long ago?
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.