POLICE and fire officers painstakingly working to piece together what led to an inferno that killed two people at a wedding in Windermere, have been joined in their investigation by two more professional bodies. (3 comments)
A CUMBRIA school nurse waited nearly a week to raise the alarm after learning a suicidal schoolgirl had been sexually assaulted and taken an overdose of painkillers, a Fitness to Practise panel heard.
A BARROW woman who returned to drugs because of a family tragedy ended up being used for heroin deals, a court was told.
A MAN has been jailed after knowingly infecting his Barrow girlfriend with HIV.
BARROW AFC climbed to the Conference North summit despite Saturday’s uphill struggle at Solihull Moors – but Darren Edmondson is still keeping his feet firmly on the ground.
BUSINESSES say a foul smell from a Barrow waste processing site has returned, a year after the facility was temporarily closed down by officials.
AN organiser of the Keswick to Barrow Walk was drenched by a bucket of ice cold water as part of a charity challenge.
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BARROW AFC owner-in-waiting Paul Casson has completed the Ice Bucket Challenge at his Texas home.
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A DRIVE to help a vital service cope with rising demand over the summer holidays has received a welcome donation.
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The World Health Organisation has suggested that e-cigarettes be banned from indoor public use. Should we outlaw their usage?
A CAMPAIGN to prevent a road from closing, effectively rendering a tourism hotspot unsafe, is gathering momentum. (21 comments)
THE finalists for this year’s CN Group Business Awards have been chosen, and the judges say the standard is as high as ever.
AFTER a bank holiday weekend away – and having failed to do a ‘big shop’ recently – my fridge this week was looking distinctly like Old Mother Hubbard’s cupboard. (2 comments)
WHEN it comes to marking the memory of war, Salford Quays has some great exhibitions and memorials, discovers NATALIE CHAPPLES.
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