A MAJOR manufacturing company in Ulverston has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
A POPULAR community centre was filled to the brim as people flocked to get their hands on a bank holiday treat.
COULD a band of Cumbrian school children be the next Coldplay?
A FORMER school caretaker is to be sentenced after being convicted of 18 counts of sex offences against children.
A BARROW candidate in the general election is still in hospital after suffering a heart attack and contracting Norovirus.
NEW motorway-style electronic signs on the A590 have been branded a “waste of money” as they aren’t being used. (6 comments)
RAIDERS coach Paul Crarey was able to draw positives from defeat at North Wales Crusaders.
A CHARITY which works to help dyslexic people in their everyday lives has been given a helping hand thanks to a pioneering trust fund.
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WITH the general election looming and the debate over the future of Trident provoking fierce debate, we look at views for and against nuclear weapons (6 comments)
THE stick skills of Newbarns School saw them crowned Furness hockey champions after intense competition at Ulverston Leisure Centre.
PATCH is a very big cat and one who has been much loved by his owner and her family.
THERE was an almost unbelievable last minute voting frenzy in this year’s Evening Mail Top Pet Competition and now we can reveal the big winner – little Bella (D22), the six-month-old Chihuahua.
AFTER earning the first league title and promotion of his flourishing managerial career, Darren Edmondson was keen to thank one of his detractors for boosting his cause this season.
THE Paul Casson-led Holker Street revolution in Barrow has already delivered one promotion.
ANDY Cook identifies his best and most important goals this season after helping Barrow AFC clinch the title.
IT was my husband’s birthday and we had both been at work all day. We needed somewhere classy and close for that evening’s celebration dinner.
BEAUTIFUL landscapes, fine local produce and even an intimate evening with a rock star are all highlights of a weekend break in Northern Ireland, says KAREN BOWERMAN
DALE Sheila Park, 56, an auxiliary nurse from Ulverston, and Simon Hobson, 51, an electrical engineer, originally from Leicestershire, married at St Anne’s Church, Haverthwaite, on Saturday March 21, 2015.
A DEDICATED Barrow woman who volunteered at a day service for disabled people for two years has been awarded the Evening Mail’s Bouquet of the Week for her enthusiasm in teaching.