THE family of a woman killed by her own son have said they do not feel any hatred or animosity towards him.
SINCE Bradley Wiggins stormed into Paris to become the first British winner of the Tour de France Team Sky has become almost synonymous with cycling.
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BARROW AFC have signed former Southport goalkeeper Tony McMillan on a one-year deal.
THE principal of Furness Academy has said he will not resign despite calls for him to step down.
WITH the physical challenge season well under way for 2013, many people may be contemplating taking on their own extreme event. As runners prepare to tackle the 40 mile Keswick to Barrow and cyclists saddle up for the 112-mile Fred Whitton, both due to take place this weekend, the Evening Mail asks: When choosing between running and cycling, which poses the ultimate challenge? (1 comment)
DELIGHTED staff at a Barrow supported accommodation facility have big plans after receiving a cheque for £1,000 as part of a charitable trust giveaway.
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