A MOUNTAIN bike has been stolen from a tourist attraction in the Lake District.
AN alleged thief accused of stealing from a takeaway, a clothes shop and a hardware store in Barrow was due in court today.
MORE than 900 motorists were slapped with parking fines in the second quarter of the year.
HALF-BACK Liam Campbell has signed a new one-year deal with Barrow Raiders.
THE British government needs to take a lead in combating Islamic State extremists, according to a Furness MP.
MAJOR traffic disruption is expected when a busy road is dug up for up to six weeks as part of a £225,000 project.
FOOD bank volunteers presented with cash raised during an Evening Mail campaign have praised residents for their generosity.
THE Big Clean is back with a bang and we are asking residents to suggest Furness places for a summer cleaning blitz.
A TAXI rank to service Barrow town centre’s busy nightlife strip will now operate as a proper pick-up point.
THEY are eyeing up your house. Spider breeding season is just starting and the recent warm weather has provided bounteous food supply of flies and bugs making spiders bigger than ever. (3 comments)
SUCCESS continues to knock on the door of Gary Broadbent’s Walney Cents.
A DRIVE to help a vital service cope with rising demand over the summer holidays has received a welcome donation.
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THE proportion of children who know how to play a musical instrument has almost doubled in the last 15 years, but poorer youngsters are still more likely to miss out, according to a report by The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. Music is the flagship of Ulverston Victoria High School which is renowned for its music education and performances locally, nationally and internationally. Richard Butler UVHS’s award-winning head of performing arts has recently been on tour in Holland with the UVHS Wind Band where they played live to millions of TV viewers. Here he explains how UVHS is dedicated to making music for all
TRADERS angry at plans to impose on street parking charges in towns across Cumbria staged a protest. (6 comments)
WHILST for most young people, starting university is a very exciting chapter of their life, I was significantly less enthusiastic.
IT’S always a tiny bit worrying when a favourite hotel, restaurant or pub announces it’s about to undergo a revamp.
WITH Russia seemingly stepping further away from Europe each day, WESLEY JOHNSON looks at the benefits of reaching the country’s “window to the West” on the high seas