The break-in occurred at an address on Rawlinson Street on Sunday March 22.
THE future of Ford Park in Ulverston has been secured after councillors approved plans to build eight houses on a corner of the park land.
SHOUTS of protest were heard in the council chamber as planning bosses voted by an overwhelming majority to approve a 3,100sq meter Ulverston supermarket after years of debate and legal arguments.
IT could be third time lucky for Evening Mail animal lovers as we reveal the stunning selection of creatures in this year’s Evening Mail Top Pet competition.
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LIAM and Noel really know how to roll with it and seem perfectly happy in their new home in the Animal Welfare shelter after their personal circumstances changed and they were made homeless.
WITH spring on the horizon, trees will soon be budding, flowers will start to bloom and with a bit of luck, we’ll be enjoying more time outside with our pets.
A SHORT term loans store has closed in Barrow town centre.
A 24-YEAR-OLD motorist has appeared in court charged with killing a “fun-loving” teenage girl by dangerous driving.
GLOBETROTTER Cameron Pitman is ready to go the distance with Barrow Raiders.
A CHARITY which supports deaf people will put on new sessions – thanks to the latest £1,000 donation from a trust set up in memory of a popular businessman. • Would you like to apply for your organisation to receive £1,000? Click here to apply
THE number of deaths in the UK linked to cold houses has led to calls for action to tackle fuel poverty. Does more need to be done to tackle fuel poverty?
THE next generation of Cumbrian pianists impressed the judges at a week-long celebration of music and performance.
THE This Girl Can campaign is all about smashing stereotypes. This week JO DAVIES discovers a knockout way of keeping fit
BEN Merriman MPharm (Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about the common digestive complaint dyspepsia
NEARLY 200 youngsters took part in a schools cross country event on Walney, where Victoria Junior School’s Lewis Ballantyne was among the winners.
ALEXANDRA Eaton, 25, a customer assistant at Tesco and Christopher James Douglas, 27, a mechanical fitter at BAE, married at Clarence House Country Hotel in Dalton in January
A DEDICATED nurse who helps youngsters cope with a diabetes diagnosis and gets them used to unfamiliar medical equipment has received the Bouquet of the Week.