A BRIDGE in Barrow will be closed for around half a day tomorrow while inspection work takes place.
CUMBRIA police have confirmed a missing person whom they believed could have been in the Windermere or Kendal areas has been found.
LEADING doctors faced a barrage of questions over the region’s health system at a special event in Barrow on Friday.
A WEEKEND of fine dining which raises thousands of pounds for deserving charities and good causes got off to a flying start in Dalton on Friday night.
ONE grateful diner will have more reason than most to enjoy an annual gourmet charity dinner in Dalton this weekend, thanks to the cash raised by last year’s event.
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HISTORY was made for Furness as one happy couple were pronounced husband and husband. (3 comments)
PERFORMANCE data for schools and colleges released this week shows increases and dips in pass rates. (1 comment)
ANDY Haworth’s career has reached an important crossroads – and he is determined to head in the right direction by helping to drive forward Barrow AFC’s title push.
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ZOO boss David Gill, right, has announced he is to stand in the local elections in May. (7 comments)
AFTER a three day silence, comedian Russell Brand has responded to a challenge from Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock to visit the town and debate the future of Trident. (13 comments)
CALLOUS thieves used a cancer charity as a cover to try to con cash and bank details by cold calling.
THE winter blues have been banished among young Furness footballers as their mid-season break has been filled with futsal action.
THERE was something of the secret agent about me as I stealthily leapt up the stairs from the lakeside car park to check out dining options at our venue of choice.
HURTLING down Broadway at a rate of knots, there’s not a soul in sight as I marvel at the New York skyline.