OPPONENTS of a controversial decision to bring parking meters to South Lakes streets have triggered a delay to their introduction. (1 comment)
FRUSTRATED drivers in Ulverston faced long tailbacks after roadworks left a town in “gridlock”. (4 comments)
BARROW-BORN Chris Thompson has been forced to withdraw from the Commonwealth Games having not fully recovered from a lower leg injury.
A STALKER has had his bid to overturn his conviction rejected.
CAMPAIGNERS achieved their fundraising target with time to spare ahead of a legal showdown later this year. (15 comments)
A BID to create the first Sunday rail service between Barrow and Millom in more than 30 years has run out of steam. (9 comments)
TASERS were used by police in Cumbria more than 80 times last year – a report has revealed. (1 comment)
TWO race horses died yesterday after falling at Cartmel racecourse in South Cumbria. (13 comments)
SOUTH Cumbria is set to experience a heatwave over the coming week.
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CONTROVERSIAL on street parking charges are heading to the South Lakes after county bosses voted in favour of the move.
THE Evening Mail’s Reaching Out campaign is seeking to raise £70,000 for St Mary’s Hospice in Ulverston.
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BOSS Darren Edmondson hopes Barrow AFC’s attacking fire-power will gun them to more goals this season.
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- Barrow Raiders coach asks for explanation on referee's decisions (1 comment)
- Van Gerwen in tip-top form at Cartmel Races
- Cartmel trainer celebrates success on home course
- Smith claims Lakeland Lanequest title
- Owen leads young Barrow swimming stars (1 comment)
THE in-patient unit at a hospice is to be decorated and refitted to give it a brighter look.
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AN Assisted Dying Bill proposed by former Lord Chancellor Charles Falconer has received an even split during a debate at the House of Lords. Members of local disability groups and the Bishop of Carlisle have also had an opinion on the topic with some arguing for people to have the right despite their own religious views. A change would allow doctors to prescribe a lethal dose to patients judged to have less than six months to live in an attempt to ease suffering
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BEN Merriman MPharm(Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about constipation
WITH thrills and spills in mind, JAMES HIGGINS and his family enjoyed time at Gulliver’s World theme park in Warrington.