Barrow MP John Woodcock handed £200 of legal highs to Cumbria Police after receiving them from a concerned mum whose son had bought them online with her bank card
AMERICAN Indie rockers We Are Scientists discussed the pronunciation of Barrow-in-Furness in a Barrow beer garden on a visit to the town to play a gig.
A former Cumbria health boss whose wage was continued to be paid after she left her post will be interviewed as part of an independent investigation next week.
A Millom stalker's bid to overturn his criminal conviction has been adjourned.
A CUMBRIA man has been handed an indefinite sex offences prevention order after being arrested following a police child sex sting.
THE principal of a beleaguered Barrow secondary school has quit his job because of a “health issue”. (4 comments)
RESIDENTS have reacted angrily after a road leading to a Barrow coastal path was blocked. (5 comments)
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IZAK Reid is happy to continue being a jack-of-all-trades at Barrow AFC, although a right-wing assignment would suit him down to the ground.
THE in-patient unit at a hospice is to be decorated and refitted to give it a brighter look.
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SCIENTISTS have discovered 10 blood biomarkers which can predict if you will get Alzheimer’s Disease. What does this mean for sufferers?
A LUCKY quartet of winners have picked up festival tickets and cash prizes in the latest Evening Mail competitions.
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AN EDUCATION watchdog has expressed concern about financial management and the impact of redundancies at a Barrow school, and says it found low staff morale during its latest monitoring visit. (31 comments)
PLANS to force clubs and pubs in Barrow to shut early to try and reduce violence and disorder have been shelved after a revolt by landlords and licensees. (30 comments)
BEN Merriman MPharm(Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about eye health.
CROATIA is at the crossroads of Central Europe, South East Europe and the Mediterranean, boasting impressive cities such as its capital Zagreb and Dubrovnik. But there is a lot more for culture vultures and sun-worshippers to discover in Zadar and the Adriatic’s playground of islands, as reporter STEVE SHAW found out
CANDICE Burrows, 23, a customer assistant at Aldi, from Brisbane, Australia, married Matthew Lancaster, 29, a nurse at St Mary’s Hospice, from Backbarrow, at the Ryebeck Hotel, Bowness