A MAN from Barrow has fallen four storeys from a hotel balcony in the Spanish resort of Magaluf.
CAMPAIGNERS against plans for housing on land near a historic tourist attraction in Barrow have vowed to fight the developers to the end.
BARROW AFC are hopeful Jamie Crowther has escaped a long injury lay-off – but he is out of their tough bank holiday tests.
TODAY nervous 16-year-olds across Cumbria finally got their hands on their all-important GCSE results.
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Commuters will face a 3.5 per cent increase to regulated rail fares next year. We're asking our readers to take part in a short survey to give their opinions about rail services.
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KIND-HEARTED residents have continued to back a campaign to raise enough money to pay for one tonne of food for struggling families.
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A HIT-AND-RUN milkman who left a cyclist for dead in Barrow has narrowly avoided jail.
A DONATION of £1,000 will help improve the life of a sight-impaired Barrow child.
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THE latest Department for Work and Pensions figures show that Barrow has the fifth-lowest proportion of older workers in Britain. The DWP says just over half – 51.7 per cent – of 50 to 64 year-olds in Barrow are working. So what are the issues and what can be done?
CUMBRIA commuters will face a 3.5 per cent increase to regulated rail fares. (1 comment)
FIVE lucky Evening Mail readers won a range of prizes that helped them out with daily costs.