A DALTON man is due in court tomorrow charged with sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl.
THE number of stun guns used by Cumbria’s police officers is set to increase, as is the number of officers trained to use them.
CUMBRIA police are advising motorists to drive only if necessary as snow falls across the county
BARROW Raiders survived an almighty scare before booking their spot in the second round of the iPro Sport Cup. (8 comments)
IT is that time of the year again when the Evening Mail launches its fun and fabulous Pet Stop Top Pet competition, this year sponsored by Alexander Vet Centre, in Hartington Street, Barrow.
All you have to do is send in your favourite picture or video along with the name, breed and age of your pet to email@example.com
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Accident and emergency waiting times at the trust which runs Furness General Hospital have missed the national target.
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.
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THE latest research from the National Farmers’ Union suggests less than 50 per cent of food will be grown, reared or produced on UK soil in 25 years time. The decline will mean we will no longer be self sufficient as a nation – with the majority of our food being imported in from other countries. We ask should more be done to support British farming?
GYMNASTICS is booming in Millom, with more than 100 youngsters displaying their acrobatics and aerobic skills every week.
“I JIGGLE, therefore I am!” – it’s not looking the part but taking part that counts and women across Furness are celebrating that fact with the This Girl Can campaign. Over the coming weeks we will be showing real women exercising – and having a ball in the process, reports JO DAVIES
SOUTH Cumbria’s first major food event of the year arrives next weekend, with two celebrity chefs set to dazzle the crowds.
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BOTH Cleo and kitten Nigel are extremely lucky to be alive at all, yet alone being in their current state of extremely healthy and thriving.
THIS is the lovely face of Staffordshire bull terrier Pepsi who has been in the care of the RSPCA for more than nine months.