ONE of three people arrested on suspicion of leaking details of the Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner's (PCC) expenses will not face criminal action.
A MAN accused of killing his elderly mother has been found not guilty of murder but sentenced to 13 years behind bars for manslaughter.
WORLD class cyclists will race through the South Lakes as part of the Tour of Britain cycle race.
Barrow’s Chetwynde School has won government approval to become Cumbria’s first free school. (11 comments)
BARROW AFC have signed former Southport goalkeeper Tony McMillan on a one-year deal.
A SCHOOLBOY saved his dad’s life by performing vital CPR after his heart stopped beating. (3 comments)
THE principal of Furness Academy has said he will not resign despite calls for him to step down.
TWINS Bette Lucas and Phoebe Wadsworth went through school together, sheltered from Barrow’s blitz together, worked together and even met their husbands together – so it is only right that the pair will celebrate their 90th birthday together on Monday.
A SPEECH made by Caroline Hoggarth, lead commissioner and report writer, at the launch event. (1 comment)
THE Furness Poverty Commission has officially released the findings of its three-month study into the level of deprivation experienced by many local families. (12 comments)
TWO men have been convicted of drug offences in a Cumbria police sting.
THE cabinet which will lead Cumbria for the next four years has been agreed today. (2 comments)
THOUSANDS of people in Cumbria could be putting themselves at risk because of undiagnosed high blood pressure.
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A TV star is set to lead the way during the launch of a new cycling event in South Cumbria. (5 comments)
MOTORISTS in Cumbria will be able to keep up to date with progress on the £2.2m A590 Greenodd roundabout scheme thanks to a new webpage. (1 comment)
FAMILY and friends of Bethany Crook said an emotional goodbye to a “warm-hearted and beautiful girl” at her funeral service on Friday.
- Stepdad who sexually abused 10-year-old girl in Barrow jailed (3 comments)
- Gang of four banned from huge section of rural Cumbria
- Jewel thieves jailed after Cumbria raids
- Parents' disgust as Millom teenagers' makeshift BMX park is destroyed
- 'Unusually high' number of radioactive particles found on Cumbria beach (1 comment)
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VIP treatment, a year’s worth of horseracing and a day out at one of the hottest events of the summer are all up for grabs for lucky Evening Mail readers.
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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