IT has been a wet and miserable start to the day in South Cumbria, but some brighter spells are forecast for later today and bank holiday Monday is set to be fine.
POLICE are appealing for information about a road traffic collision in Askam.
CUMBRIA police are investigating a Barrow road traffic collision.
AN innovative new Furness-based online education service is in the running for a competition run by Sir Richard Branson. (3 comments)
AS the nation celebrates the royal birth, two sets of Barrow parents have also welcomed their own little princesses into the world. (3 comments)
AN often overlooked piece of South Cumbria history is set to receive a cash boost with conservationist granted the funds to carry out a survey of the crumbling 14th Century castle.
RESIDENTS have cooked up a unique plan to save a bus route. A recipe book has been produced to promote the X112 bus, which travels from Barrow to Coniston. (1 comment)
BEER gardens are no longer just for when it’s warm and sunny. The Evening Mail has compiled a list of the top beer gardens with heaters on hand.
AFTER earning the first league title and promotion of his flourishing managerial career, Darren Edmondson was keen to thank one of his detractors for boosting his cause this season.
THE Paul Casson-led Holker Street revolution in Barrow has already delivered one promotion.
ANDY Cook identifies his best and most important goals this season after helping Barrow AFC clinch the title.
POLICE are releasing CCTV images as part of an investigation into an incident of shoplifting at a Cumbria supermarket.
DAZZLING half-back Josh Ward is hoping to see the monkey of away defeats shaken off the back of Barrow Raiders.
WATERSPORTS fanatics are looking to make a splash by renovating a disused stretch of canal to create a world class centre for canoeing and kayaking. (10 comments)
A SENIOR party figure is "100 per cent confident" a Labour government would build four Trident successor submarines in Barrow. (31 comments)
A BARROW candidate took his battle for reelection to the gates of the shipyard. (21 comments)
THE path to success was laid out in front of eager children battling it out in the Furness Schools orienteering finals in Barrow Park.
THE mother of a baby who died at Furness General Hospital said the traumatic event would remain “etched” on her mind for the rest of her life.
- Anger at midwife’s 11th-hour admission over babies’ deaths at Barrow hospital (4 comments)
- Furness General midwife admits blunders which led to deaths of two babies (4 comments)
- Hearing into actions of sacked Furness midwife due to start (2 comments)
- Barrow hospital midwife to face claims she played part in baby deaths
- No-one faces prosecution over deaths of mothers and babies at FGH in Barrow (1 comment)
A CHARITY which works to help dyslexic people in their everyday lives has been given a helping hand thanks to a pioneering trust fund.
• Would you like to apply for your organisation to receive £1,000? Click here to apply (1 comment)
WITH the general election looming and the debate over the future of Trident provoking fierce debate, we look at views for and against nuclear weapons
IT was my husband’s birthday and we had both been at work all day. We needed somewhere classy and close for that evening’s celebration dinner.
BEAUTIFUL landscapes, fine local produce and even an intimate evening with a rock star are all highlights of a weekend break in Northern Ireland, says KAREN BOWERMAN
DALE Sheila Park, 56, an auxiliary nurse from Ulverston, and Simon Hobson, 51, an electrical engineer, originally from Leicestershire, married at St Anne’s Church, Haverthwaite, on Saturday March 21, 2015.
A DEDICATED Barrow woman who volunteered at a day service for disabled people for two years has been awarded the Evening Mail’s Bouquet of the Week for her enthusiasm in teaching.