A SERIAL flasher is being hunted by police.
SHOCKING video footage of a cat being torn apart by dogs saw a Barrow man jailed for animal cruelty. (7 comments)
A GROUP of cat owners claims to have found a foolproof way to get moggies to do our bidding: simply by drawing a circle on the floor.
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MONDAY night's spectacular sunset prompted readers to send in pictures.
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MARK Bower reckons Barrow AFC will come across a stronger animal when they take on his Lions side at Nethermoor Park.
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- No Furness Premier League games tomorrow as club attend respect meeting
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- Hawcoat and Furness rugby union clubs look to bounce back
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CUMBRIA police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a theft.
CUMBRIA County Council has scrapped proposals to introduce controversial on-street parking charges and residents’ parking permits because of legal issues. Readers have been sharing their views here on our website and our Facebook page at facebook.com/northwesteveningmail
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A LITTLE girl who loves watching the world go by can now do so protected from the elements thanks to a charitable trust giveaway.
A SMALL-TIME sewing project which sparked and spiralled into a speedily-growing business has been nominated for a Love Barrow Award as Community Interest Company of the Year.
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SOMETIMES it pays to be the designated driver. On a recent family outing the journey itself was enough to rival the destination.
AFTER a busy couple of months, JAMES HIGGINS and his wife, Suzanne, enjoyed a sojourn to the rolling hills of Yorkshire