A Northern Rail train due to leave Barrow at 9.43pm to arrive at Preston for 11.11pm has been cancelled due to a member of the crew being unavailable.
Cumbria Police have been called to a car crash in Ainslie Street, Barrow, today.
A NEWLY installed internal alarm system at BAE Systems Submarines in Barrow is due to be tested again this week.
A 41-year-old man from Millom has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his girlfriend in Kenya.
CUMBRIA Police were involved in a joint operation which saw 139 vehicles stopped and drugs and cashed seized last night.
BARROW Raiders have made a double capture – signing youngsters Kristian Tyson and Matt Heaton.
A YOUNG driver from Barrow has thanked the rescue crew who flew him to hospital after he suffered suspected back and neck injuries in a racing car smash.
WHEN Liam Morris woke up after a horror moto-cross accident last March, he heard doctors tell him he would never walk again. (2 comments)
STUDENTS from primary schools across South Cumbria and Evening Mail staff were live blogging from the Big Bang fair at Furness College.
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A BARROW shipyard worker has brought home a bronze medal after being named one of the UK’s top apprentices during a prestigious competition. (1 comment)
LAST week, MPs debated the National Health Service Bill. The private members bill, introduced by Labour MP Clive Efford, seeks to reverse rules introduced in 2012 that require NHS trusts to tender contracts on the open market. Would the proposed changes benefit the health service?
THE festive season is almost upon us, and today we launch a search to find our Christmas Stars.
GROUPS and individuals shortlisted for the 10th Love Barrow Awards have been revealed.
Send us your pet pictures and we will include them in this online gallery.
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Cumbria Live headed to see The Lancashire Hotpots at The Forum, Barrow on Saturday and couldn't help smiling.
I WASN’T entirely sure what to expect when I decided on this as a night out. Neither it seems, did most people.
SOMETIMES it pays to be the designated driver. On a recent family outing the journey itself was enough to rival the destination.
AFTER a busy couple of months, JAMES HIGGINS and his wife, Suzanne, enjoyed a sojourn to the rolling hills of Yorkshire