A pioneering pharmacist has become the first in England to be allowed to access patients’ GP records and issue medicine previously only available from a doctor
POLICE are investigating a large value break in at an Ulverston camera store.
A LEADING biomass firm has just bagged a major award in a national competition.
LABOUR and the Conservatives have become embroiled in a fresh Trident row after the Tories sent personalised letters claiming Ed Miliband would jeopardise Trident.
A WALNEY man pleaded guilty to making threats to kill and possession of a knife in court, having previously admitted section 18 wounding.
THE Archbishop of York is set to spend two days in a Cumbrian town as part of a vibrant religious festival.
ORMSGILL North End’s first season in Saturday league football is going to finish with a cup final appearance after they beat Millom A 3-1 at Newby Terrace in the Horne Cup semi-final on Saturday.
DEAN Crossman fired Vickerstown reserves to success in the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy final as they defeated Kirkby United 2-0 at Railway Meadow. (1 comment)
BARROW cricketer Liam Livingstone smashed his way into the game’s record books with a stunning innings of 350. (2 comments)
ASKAM produced a grandstand finish at Fallowfield Park to hold out against 12-man Dudley Hill side and claim a 34-32 victory.
BARROW suffered double defeat on the opening day of the Northern League season, with both their sides losing to Fleetwood.
A TALENTED Barrow Celtic under-16s squad set off for a date with destiny 40 years ago this week.
FOLLOWING the death last week of popular former Holker Pioneers, Whitehaven and Walney forward Alf Woolveridge, we have unearthed some great photos of the era when he and his brothers Les and Bert played local rugby league.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon promised voters in the rest of the UK her party would use its influence after the general election “responsibly and constructively”, after revealing a manifesto which confirmed their opposition to Trident. (3 comments)
THIS week it is all about vote, vote and then more voting, as the deadline for The Evening Mail’s Top Pet Competition 2015 approaches.
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A CHARITY which works to help dyslexic people in their everyday lives has been given a helping hand thanks to a pioneering trust fund.
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THE fight to govern Britain continued this week with the launch of UKIP’s manifesto by Nigel Farage, pictured
BARROVIAN goalkeeping starlet Curtis Anderson is naturally over the Blue Moon about his progress at Premier League giants Manchester City.
KIRSTY Haddock, 32, a clinical systems trainer of Prescot, Merseyside, and Ryan Brown, 27, a lifestyle fitness club manager, of Millom, married at The Grange Hotel, Grange, on March 14
A FOOTBALL coach who has guided a team to win scores of trophies has received the Evening Mail’s Bouquet of the Week for her endless enthusiasm for school sport.
WHEN I was looking around for places to enjoy an indulgent Sunday lunch in the heart of the Lake District, all signs seemed to point towards Storrs Hall On The Lake.
SHUNNING the bright lights of tacky holiday resorts, ELLEN MANNING discovers her Greek island idyll in Lefkas