A HIT-AND-RUN milkman who left a cyclist for dead in Barrow has narrowly avoided jail.
AFTER a summer of worrying, nervous teenagers will finally receive their GCSE results tomorrow morning.
• See the Evening Mail website – www.nwemail.co.uk – throughout tomorrow for live GCSE results day coverage. Those using the hashtag #emexams in their tweets will see their messages and selfies appear on the Evening Mail homepage as part of our live Twitter feed for results day
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.
• Tomorrow the Evening Mail pop-up shop will be accepting donations of food and money for the foodbank at Booths in Ulverston between 10am and 2pm.
REDUNDANCIES are under way at a Barrow detergent manufacturer which will see a factory’s workforce cut by almost half.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a new housing estate on unspoiled green land in Barrow have now been submitted to planning chiefs. (18 comments)
A DONATION of £1,000 will help improve the life of a sight-impaired Barrow child.
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PRIME Minister David Cameron has announced plans to put an age rating on music videos on Youtube. Is enough being done to protect children from explicit material and other dangers online?
CUMBRIA commuters will face a 3.5 per cent increase to regulated rail fares.
FIVE lucky Evening Mail readers won a range of prizes that helped them out with daily costs.