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West Cumbria

MP hits out at World Cup failure

AN MP has attacked government chiefs after west Cumbria lost the chance to host matches for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup due to plans for a new £5.5 million stadium stalling.

Last updated 28 April 2012
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Group’s success stories

A DISABILITY group has marked one of its most successful years to date.

Last updated 28 April 2012
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No RL World Cup games in county

NO rugby league world cup games will be played in Cumbria.

Last updated 26 April 2012
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Dad and son drive engine 200 miles without brakes

50032665B003 IT SOUNDS like something ripped straight from the script of a Top Gear episode.

Last updated 24 April 2012
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Copeland council posts face axe in money-saving shake-up

S291109.jpg COPELAND Borough Council is having a management shake-up to help save money.

Last updated 23 April 2012
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Campaign steps up with poo patrols...

50032313B003 AFTER two weeks of raising awareness and highlighting the problem of dog fouling, the Evening Mail’s ‘Scoop the Poop’ campaign moves into the second phase.

Last updated 20 April 2012
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Bootle school takes first step to being an academy

CUMBRIA’S smallest school has taken the first step on the road to becoming an academy.

Last updated 29 March 2012
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Council leader’s cash increase sparks fury

THE leader of Copeland Borough Council has been handed a controversial pay rise.

Last updated 26 March 2012
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Last updated 26 March 2012
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Brave officer recognised with posthumous award

A POLICE officer who died saving the lives of the public by preventing them crossing a flood-damaged bridge has been posthumously awarded the Queen’s Commendation for Bravery.

Last updated 24 March 2012
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Worrying figures reveal 13 people chase each job in Barrow

JOBSEEKERS in Barrow and Copeland are less likely to find employment than in most other areas, worrying analysis has shown. (1 comment)

Last updated 21 March 2012
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Copeland tourism revenue falls £10m short of target

TOURISM revenue in Copeland fell £10m short of its target last year.

Last updated 20 March 2012
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Police probe after body is recovered

POLICE, coastguard and rescue teams recovered a body from the sands following a two-day operation.

Last updated 19 March 2012
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Power firm waits to supply link to station

A POWER station’s connection to the National Grid is being reassessed.

Last updated 19 March 2012
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Blue Peter stars chose black night at Muncaster Castle to see ghosts appear

0402666 A TEAM from a hit children’s TV show spent a night at Muncaster Castle to investigate spooky goings on.

Last updated 16 March 2012
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Academy hope for Bootle school

50026157B002.jpg abby A SCHOOL facing closure could have been thrown a lifeline with the chance to apply for academy status.

Last updated 8 March 2012
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Villagers see green future

S71743B By Giles BrownMOSS roofs and grass roads could be a feature of a new eco development planned for a village.

Last updated 7 March 2012
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Those involved tell history of Sellafield

0564565 frr THE thrill of building a computer with a soldering iron and a few transistors contrasts sharply with the shock of a farmer seeing milk poured down a drain in a major new book and research project on the West Cumbrian nuclear Industry. JOHN SIMPSON looks at a few of the 100 testimonies recorded for Sellafield Stories – Life with Britain’s First Nuclear Plant

Last updated 6 March 2012
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Bootle eco-homes plan revealed

S71742B PLANS for a 47-home eco-development went on show for the first time last night.

Last updated 6 March 2012
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Steam loco to take part in rail festival

A STEAM locomotive rapidly approaching its 100th anniversary is off on an outing to York.

Last updated 5 March 2012
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