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West Cumbria

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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Nuclear waste dump to feature in webcast debate

A WEBCAST discussing the issues surrounding an underground dump for nuclear waste takes place tomorrow.

Last updated 5 March 2012
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Site gives jobs to thousands and boosts area’s economy

SELLAFIELD is spread over 700 acres and has 500 different buildings, each of them known by a number.

Last updated 5 March 2012
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Book recalls health fears over N-plant

IT took 300 hours of interviews with 100 individuals to tell the no-holds-barred story of Sellafield. JOHN SIMPSON takes a look at some of the testimonies of people featured in the new book, Sellafield Stories – Life with Britain’s First Nuclear Plant

Last updated 5 March 2012
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Site hit by strike action

The National Nuclear Laboratory, whose main facility is at Sellafield, has been hit by industrial action.

Last updated 3 March 2012
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Nuclear site due to test its emergency procedures

A NUCLEAR exercise will be held at Sellafield on Wednesday to test the emergency procedures of the site.

Last updated 3 March 2012
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Keeper helps Indian owls from 6,000 miles away

50019016B012 AN owl keeper has helped save two endangered owls – despite them being 6,000 miles away.

Last updated 29 February 2012
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£1.5bn Sellafield deal will lift area

SELLAFIELD has announced a £1.5bn contract which will guarantee long term investment in the West Cumbrian economy.

Last updated 28 February 2012
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DNA linked remains found in Cumbria to missing Irish man, 28

0073212 AN 11-year-old old mystery was finally solved when human remains found on a Bootle beach were formally identified. A breakthrough was made after DNA was recovered from the body of the man. WILL METCALFE spoke to the police officer who helped solve the case

Last updated 15 February 2012
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Cumbria farmer killed by cow - inquest

S70408B A FARMER who suffered multiple injuries after being injured by a cow died accidentally, an inquest heard.

Last updated 14 February 2012
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Drivers slammed for using icy fell road

A HIGH fell road was closed after almost 20 stranded motorists had to be helped to safety by a mountain rescue team. (6 comments)

Last updated 14 February 2012
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Bootle residents on the march to preserve school

EM Captain Shaw VILLAGERS turned out in force to protest against the closure of their only school.

Last updated 14 February 2012
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Man accused of Haverigg woman murder appears in court

A man appeared before a judge at Carlisle Crown Court this morning accused of murdering a former Haverigg woman who died after a fire at her home in Kendal.

Last updated 13 February 2012
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Bootle villagers protest closure of school

VILLAGERS turned out in force to protest against the closure of their only school.

Last updated 13 February 2012
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Remains of body found on beach identified by DNA

THE remains of a man washed up on a West Cumbrian beach more than 11 years ago have been identified.

Last updated 11 February 2012
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Row deepens over underground Cumbria nuclear store

S70138B A CONSULTATION which will determine if West Cumbria takes part in a search for the location of an underground store for the UK’s nuclear waste is drawing to a close. WILL METCALFE examines some of the wider issues surrounding the proposed facility (3 comments)

Last updated 10 February 2012
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Human remains found on Cumbria beach - identified

John Crawford HUMAN remains found on a beach near Bootle in Cumbria have been identified - more than 11 years after they were discovered. (2 comments)

Last updated 10 February 2012
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