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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Kind £1,000 donation will help Dalton girl to watch the world go by

50068683B002 A LITTLE girl who loves watching the world go by can now do so protected from the elements thanks to a charitable trust giveaway.

Last updated 6 October 2014
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Public can help decide future of historic Ulverston cottage

50068766B004 ENTREPRENEURS and community groups are being encouraged to get creative to prevent a key piece of local history Ulverston from being sold. (5 comments)

Last updated 6 October 2014
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South Lakes council prosecuted over recycling van tragedies

S41697Bfr.jpg A LOCAL authority is to be prosecuted for alleged health and safety breaches after two people were killed in collisions involving recycling lorries just nine months apart.

Last updated 6 October 2014
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South Cumbria police team raise over £10,900 for charities

A POLICE team from south Cumbria have raised over £10,900 for two charities.

Last updated 6 October 2014
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Poet’s tale set for a big night

S48987BB A FAMILY theatre production based on a book by celebrated Liverpool poet Brian Patten comes to south Cumbria this week.

Last updated 6 October 2014
Published by http://www.cumbrialive.co.uk

High-achieving Barrow college is pick of bunch at ceremony

A COLLEGE in Barrow won a hat-trick of gongs at a county-wide awards ceremony last night.

Last updated 6 October 2014
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Unemployed man appeared before Barrow court on drug possession charge

A 37-year-old unemployed man appeared before a Barrow court on Saturday charged with drug possession. (11 comments)

Last updated 5 October 2014
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Barrow defendant headbutts dock

A BARROW courtroom was left in shock when a mentally ill defendant smashed his head into a plexi-glass window after receiving a jail sentence. (1 comment)

Last updated 5 October 2014
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Third Barrow built super-sub put through paces

Artful THE third super-sub to be built in Barrow has travelled to the depths of the docks for the first time.

Last updated 5 October 2014
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Stephen K Amos ready to let us into his world

rdtert4 TV’S Stephen K. Amos gives an insight into the life of a touring comic with his latest show, Welcome to My World.

Last updated 4 October 2014
Published by http://www.cumbrialive.co.uk

Cumbria singer Mikey Bromley is through to The X Factor live shows

CUMBRIA singer Mikey Bromley is through to The X Factor live shows.

Last updated 4 October 2014
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Shoplifter caught in Dalton with £500 admitted money laundering

AN illegal immigrant caught stealing food from a Dalton Co-op when he had more than £500 in cash on him resulted in police discovering he was laundering cash.

Last updated 4 October 2014
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TV cooks Hairy Biker Dave Myers and James Martin film new show in Barrow

EM Dave Myers at Greengate Infants School HAIRY Biker Dave Myers has been filming in Barrow with TV chef James Martin. (2 comments)

Last updated 3 October 2014
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Yellow weather warning issued for Cumbria

A WARNING has been issued for heavy flooding in Cumbria as the long dry summer ends.

Last updated 3 October 2014
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Soul classics on the dance floor

dhyh THE Soccer Bar hosts a cabaret night of foot-stomping funk and soul later this month.

Last updated 3 October 2014
Published by http://www.cumbrialive.co.uk

GP warns Barrow children may not live as long as their parents

50022275F010 PEOPLE living in the four most deprived wards in Barrow will die an average of 19 years earlier than those in more affluent parts of Cumbria. (6 comments)

Last updated 3 October 2014
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Repair cash windfall to fix West Cumbria potholes

SOUTH Copeland has been awarded an extra £65,000 to tackle potholes – plus £20,000 to help patch up the A595.

Last updated 3 October 2014
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Trio will offer blend of jazz and hip-hop

S48775BB.jpgds JAZZ and hip-hop influences combine for a unique show in the Lakes tonight.

Last updated 3 October 2014
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Fire Service offers life-saving training in Barrow

FREE life-saving training is being offered to members of the public in Barrow.

Last updated 3 October 2014
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Cumbrian towns and villages get big screen boost

resteyt A PROJECT aimed at improving access to cinema for audiences in isolated rural and hard to reach urban areas has expanded into Cumbria following a successful bid for funding.

Last updated 3 October 2014
Published by http://www.cumbrialive.co.uk

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