POLICE are investigating a report of inappropriate conduct towards a 15-year-old girl in Barrow.
TICKETS for the south Cumbrian comedy event of the year have sold out in record time.
A YELLOW warning for wind is in place for Cumbria until this evening.
POLICE are investigating a fail to report collision.
A BUSY Barrow road was partially blocked after a van and a car collided.
SIX men have been arrested in connection with a £200,000 drug bust in Cumbria.
A BREAKDOWN by police forces across the country on the number of parents arrested on suspicion of leaving their children at home alone has been released.
Dangerous explosives have been used by vandals to blow up post boxes in Cumbria. (8 comments)
COMPLETION of a multi-million pound care home project could be delayed by nine months, council chiefs claim.
A 37-YEAR-OLD who lost his dad, son and gran over a six-year period died from a cocktail of alcohol and drugs.
CONFERENCE North leaders Barrow AFC endured a frustrating afternoon as they were held to a goalless draw by visitors Bradford Park Avenue.
- Loan ace in line to earn permanent Barrow AFC switch
- Edmo urges Barrow AFC fans to raise the volume
- Hawcoat Park aim to produce another big home display
- Kirkby look to steer cup treble chasers off course
- Walney Cents' Finch back for top-of-the-table clash
- Aussie ace out to impress for Barrow Raiders
IT could be third time lucky for Evening Mail animal lovers as we reveal the stunning selection of creatures in this year’s Evening Mail Top Pet competition.
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LIAM and Noel really know how to roll with it and seem perfectly happy in their new home in the Animal Welfare shelter after their personal circumstances changed and they were made homeless.
WITH spring on the horizon, trees will soon be budding, flowers will start to bloom and with a bit of luck, we’ll be enjoying more time outside with our pets.
A CHARITY which supports deaf people will put on new sessions – thanks to the latest £1,000 donation from a trust set up in memory of a popular businessman. • Would you like to apply for your organisation to receive £1,000? Click here to apply
TOP Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has this week been sacked by the BBC after punching a production crew colleague while filming in North Yorkshire. The issue of whether he should have been sacked or allowed back on to television screens has divided opinion – with an online petition of support gathering hundreds of thousands of signatures. We ask: Should Jeremy Clarkson have been sacked?
YOUNG musicians were joined by one of the county’s leading pianists for the latest stage of a week-long celebration of music and performance.
THE This Girl Can campaign is all about smashing stereotypes. This week JO DAVIES discovers a knockout way of keeping fit
BEN Merriman MPharm (Hons) MRPharmS, pharmacist with the local and independent Murray group of pharmacies, talks about the common digestive complaint dyspepsia
NEARLY 200 youngsters took part in a schools cross country event on Walney, where Victoria Junior School’s Lewis Ballantyne was among the winners.
ALEXANDRA Eaton, 25, a customer assistant at Tesco and Christopher James Douglas, 27, a mechanical fitter at BAE, married at Clarence House Country Hotel in Dalton in January
A DEDICATED nurse who helps youngsters cope with a diabetes diagnosis and gets them used to unfamiliar medical equipment has received the Bouquet of the Week.
LUNCH at the Wild Boar might seem like an incongruous choice for somebody who has given up red meat for Lent, but our visit coincided with the Festival of Smoke which returned for the second time on Sunday.
THANKS to a new Eurostar route, the south of France is within even easier reach. SHEREEN LOW rides the rails to Provence