A BARROW soldier is in a coma in a Spanish hospital after falling 50 feet from a balcony.
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GENEROUS shoppers made sure to put something extra in their trollies as the Evening Mail’s Tonne of Tins campaign made its latest stop.
THE family of a contractor from Millom who died suddenly has paid tribute to their generous and fun-loving son. (1 comment)
BARROW AFC have been urged to pile more early-season misery on Harrogate Town.
ONE of the cars which provides images for the Google's Street View service has been spotted in Barrow today. (4 comments)
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REPORTS claim many of us frequently check work emails on holiday using our smartphones and are unable to “switch off” from social media. Use of Facebook and Twitter on nights out means many of us are using our phones to communicate with the digital world instead of those in our company. Critics argue this “always on” culture has instead turned us into “antisocial media” users
CUMBRIA commuters will face a 3.5 per cent increase to regulated rail fares. (2 comments)
FIVE lucky Evening Mail readers won a range of prizes that helped them out with daily costs.
BARCELONA may have the glamour as far as Spanish cities go but there's more to Madrid than meets the eye, discovers WILL METCALFE
THIRTY summers ago I spent a marvellous few months working behind the bar at the Farmers Arms in Lowick, which was run at the time by the legendary and hugely popular Philip Broadley, the archetypal image of the perfect pub landlord, now sadly gone to the great lounge bar in the sky.