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Friday, 31 October 2014

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‘Inspirational’ Barrow teaching assistant up for accolade

A BRAVE mum whose life has been turned upside down by cervical cancer says she hopes to show determination to the children she helps to teach.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Barrow mum with cancer has helped raise thousands for charities

A MUM-OF-TWO who has helped raise thousands of pounds for cancer charities as she battles the disease herself has been nominated for a Love Barrow Award for her courage.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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‘Life-changing’ Barrow group in running for group accolade

A RUNNING group which has introduced hundreds of beginners to the sport has been nominated for a Love Barrow award.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Barrow man helped make event a runaway success story

50024761B000.jpg A FATHER-OF-TWO who put on his running shoes to lose weight and helped set up a hugely popular race has been nominated for a Love Barrow award.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Nomination for Barrow group which gives joy to disabled

50037978B002.jpg A GROUP which provides free activities for disabled children has received some well-deserved public recognition.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Recognition for Barrow team’s hard work helping carers

50015578B002.jpg rjs THE boss of a dedicated team that helps to support more than 1,300 carers across Furness every year has spoken of his pride in their work.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Effects of child poverty on Barrow ‘seen on day-to-day basis’ - head

50058585B000 POVERTY rates in Barrow are matching the growing trend in the UK, after a Unicef report said more than a quarter of children now live below the breadline.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Barrow man who attacked partner avoids jail

AN abusive boyfriend who smashed a phone over his partner’s head and lifted her off the floor by her hair in front of their children was spared jail yesterday.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Barrow woman subjected PC to homophobic abuse

A BARROW woman subjected a police officer to a torrent of homophobic abuse.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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South Cumbria wedding competition winners plan £25k special day

50069525B002 A LUCKY Broughton couple who scooped a £25k wedding in Barrow say their good fortune is only now beginning to sink in as they start planning for their big day.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Barrow mum and dad punched own daughter

A DRUNK Barrow mum and dad punched their own daughter after a booze-fuelled family brawl, a court heard.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Junction closure for Cumbria M6 bridge work announced

DRIVERS using the M6 south of Kendal in Cumbria are being advised of a series of overnight closures taking place next month for repairs to a motorway bridge at Junction 36 of the motorway.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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Teenagers airlifted to Barrow hospital after mountain rescue

THREE teenagers were airlifted to Barrow hospital after mountain rescue teams were called out to assist a group of 11 young people in the Lakes.

Last updated 29 October 2014
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A list of family Halloween events taking place around Furness

50069595B008.jpg_001 THE judging of a pumpkin decoration contest proved to be one tricky task.

Last updated 28 October 2014
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Calls to honour lost Cumbria heroes of Afghanistan war

CALLS have been made for a permanent memorial to be built to the six Cumbrian soldiers killed in Afghanistan following the withdrawal of the last British troops from the country.

Last updated 28 October 2014
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Former South Cumbria coroner - discovering the truth behind the tragedies

50069587B006 IN part two of our exclusive interview with former coroner Ian Smith, he talks to chief reporter SUZANNE MURPHY about dealing with the Grayrigg train crash, Shafilea Ahmed’s inquest and the legionnaires’ disease outbreak in Barrow which led to the deaths of seven people

Last updated 28 October 2014
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South Cumbria coroner bows out from notable career

50069587B005 IN his 24-year career, coroner Ian Smith has overseen some of the most high-profile cases in Barrow and south Cumbria. In part one of two he talks exclusively to chief reporter SUZANNE MURPHY about his career and how he was suddenly thrown into the media spotlight with the discovery of the so-called Lady in the Lake and his hero Donald Campbell’s remains being found (1 comment)

Last updated 28 October 2014
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Hospital trust including FGH Cumbria pays out £3m in four years over poor care

LEGAL claims for poor care against the area’s hospitals cost the NHS more than £3m in four years – leading to questions from MPs and safety bosses.

Last updated 28 October 2014
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Barrow parking permit row hots up

A0484768.jpg THE row over proposed charges for Barrow on-street parking permits has intensified after Labour councillors strongly denied failing to oppose the scheme until it was “too late.” (8 comments)

Last updated 28 October 2014
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Public offered say on Cumbria police cuts

A PUBLIC consultation has been launched by Cumbria police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner today, with a warning that cuts to officer numbers may be inevitable.

Last updated 28 October 2014
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