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Walney School building is a class act

50043351B001 THE final phase of a £6m-plus revamp of an island secondary school is now complete and being put to good use by its students.

Last updated 23 January 2013
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Children learn how to be young lifesavers

50043396B003 PRIMARY school children as young as six have literally learned a skill for life after completing a Heartstart course.

Last updated 23 January 2013
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Walney children learn how to be young lifesavers

50043396B000 PRIMARY school children as young as six have literally learned a skill for life after completing a Heartstart course.

Last updated 21 January 2013
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French family seeking a house swap in Furness

S98355B WANTED: one Barrovian family to spend a year in the idyllic countryside surrounds of a charming southern France village.

Last updated 16 January 2013
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Delight at gifts to help soothe Walney toddler Luiz’s condition

50043183B000 THE delighted mum of a toddler with special needs saw a wistful Facebook post turn into £300 worth of sensory toys.

Last updated 14 January 2013
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Furness coastguard team stood down in safety probe

50024902B001.jpg A FURNESS coastguard team has been stood down pending a health and safety investigation. (1 comment)

Last updated 11 January 2013
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Furness patients help others with own web films

50042656B002 PATIENTS living with debilitating disabilities, illnesses or injuries are being called upon to help others cope with the same conditions

Last updated 8 January 2013
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Barrow police called to domestic assault in the early hours

POLICE attended a report of an alleged domestic assault in the early hours of yesterday. (1 comment)

Last updated 6 January 2013
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Film tells how Annie, 100, befriended German POW

WHEN Annie Day talks, you cannot help but listen.

Last updated 31 December 2012
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Stars are drawn to Cumbria’s charms

THOSE who live in this part of the country need no reminding of the astonishing natural beauty and range of attractions that set the Lake District apart.

Last updated 31 December 2012
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Power to the people

IF there is one thing the past 12 months has proved, it is never to underestimate the effectiveness of people power.

Last updated 31 December 2012
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One of Barrow’s proudest days

IT ranks as one of Barrow’s proudest days of 2012.

Last updated 28 December 2012
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Businesses hit by flood devastation

50041506B001.jpg TO say 2012 has been a wet year is an understatement of biblical proportions.

Last updated 28 December 2012
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Battle for marina vision continues

Pidduck head SUPPORTERS say it will reinvigorate the town and usher in a new era of economic and social prosperity to a place desperate for growth.

Last updated 28 December 2012
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Thousands raised in honour of beloved daughter Clare

50018107B006aa IT is impossible to negotiate the first Christmas after the death of a loved one without the occasion stirring up some particularly powerful memories.

Last updated 27 December 2012
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Fundraisers scale the heights in 2012

A0352048 FROM cash to kidneys, food to favours – the generosity of South Cumbrian communities never ceases to amaze.

Last updated 27 December 2012
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Sharing Olympic Torch experience was a joy

50035574B001.jpg IT seems inevitable that 2012 will always be remembered as the year Great Britain hosted the greatest Olympics of all time.

Last updated 27 December 2012
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No compensation for implant misery

50028685B000.jpg MILLOM mum Sandra Shaw has conceded there is now little hope she will ever get justice over the faulty breast implants that made her life a misery.

Last updated 26 December 2012
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Kidnapped by pirates – mum’s six-month ordeal ends

P627391aa “IT was very difficult.” This understatement is one of the few public utterances to punctuate the dignified silence Judith Tebbutt has largely kept since her release from Somali pirates was negotiated in March.

Last updated 24 December 2012
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Waste repository could be ‘game changer’ for coast

Reedy POLITICIANS are elected to make decisions – and there is no bigger decision looming for the region’s elected representatives than that pertaining to the West Cumbria nuclear repository.

Last updated 24 December 2012
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