SAVINGS of £7m have been made as a major nuclear clean up project in Cumbria was completed four years early.
A FAILED Ulverston landlord who stole thousands of pounds of equipment from the pub he ran to ease his financial woes before fleeing has been told he could face jail.
A TEENAGE pervert from Barrow who used a public library to download images of child abuse has been told he faces jail.
A MAN is due in court in Cumbria today charged with making indecent images of children and images depicting people involved in sex acts with eels, dogs and snakes.
THE largest shipment of nuclear waste being sent from Cumbria to Japan has been delivered.
BARROW AFC fans will discover whether club members have voted to approve Paul Casson’s takeover deal next week on Thursday, May 1.
An extension to a windfarm off the Walney coast will create hundreds of new Cumbrian jobs, it was announced today.
IT was a bumper weekend for tourism companies in Cumbria as families flocked to make the most of their time off in the glorious sunshine.
THE first in a succession of charity events to mark a year in office for the mayor and mayoress of Barrow proved a huge success.
FUEL, technology and even a top vacuum cleaner are among the prizes that North-West Evening Mail winners have received.
A NUCLEAR waste storage site in Cumbria housing at least one million cubic metres of radioactive waste is “virtually certain” to be eroded by rising sea levels, according to the Environment Agency.
THE funeral of a 23-year-old biker who died following a crash on a road near Lindal has taken place today.
SCHOOLS in Cumbria could face widespread disruption after members of the National Union of Teachersyesterday voted to strike again in June, if talks with the government over pay and pensions fail. And the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers has warned of further industrial action in the run up to the next general election.
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