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Wednesday, 17 December 2014

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Cumbria benefit fraudsters plead guilty

THREE Cumbria benefit cheats have admitted fraud.

Last updated 2 December 2014
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Unforgettable day as South Cumbria Guides mark 40th birthday milestone

50070996B004 AS far as birthday parties go, Sunday’s celebration was the icing on the cake, with a guest list of 900.

Last updated 2 December 2014
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Man arrested on suspicion of obstructing railway lines near Millom released on bail

A 61-year-old man arrested on suspicion of obstructing railway lines near Millom has been bailed. (1 comment)

Last updated 2 December 2014
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Barrow pupils inspired by classic production

50070909B003 AN all-time classic tale was brought to life before the eyes of hundreds of schoolchildren who were captivated by a performance of Sleeping Beauty.

Last updated 2 December 2014
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Backlash after ministers snub A590 upgrades

SOUTH Cumbrians are frustrated that the A590 trunk road has been overlooked in a list of major transport investment. (7 comments)

Last updated 2 December 2014
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Generous citizens rally to help man after thief swipes cash in Barrow

50070900B001 KINDHEARTED strangers have shown their support for a young disabled man who fell victim to a callous thief. (1 comment)

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Mock inspections to prepare trust which runs FGH in Barrow for more watchdog scrutiny

50036104B036 fr.jpg A CRACK team of investigators is to carry out mock inspections of hospital wards in preparation for a Care Quality Commission review next year.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Cumbria firefighters to join 24-hour strike

FIREFIGHTERS in Cumbria will join a 24-hour strike next week.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Chiefs at trust which runs Barrow hospital ‘have learnt lessons’ from cancer blunder

S52652BB A BARROW mum who hit out over the poor treatment and misdiagnosis of her young son has praised the way hospital bosses have handled her complaints. (2 comments)

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Youngsters prove themselves to top brass

50070749B001 DOZENS of talented youngsters received some expert advice from some of the music world’s top brass.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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‘It’s about the children being happy and it’s a privilege to be able to do that’

FOR obvious reasons, the adoption process shouldn’t be a walk in the park, but it could be one of the most rewarding things you’ll ever do. JO DAVIES speaks to an Ulverston mum about her life-changing decision to adopt.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Campaign helps to adopt new attitudes

50070063B000 A REGIONAL adoption charity hit the road this month to find more local people to become adoptive parents.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Barrow man’s money worries led to thefts of cash

A BARROW supermarket employee stole almost £600 from the tills after he fell into financial difficulty. (2 comments)

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Dalton chefs event set to serve up charity aid

amc 50070973B003 A KITCHEN packed with Michelin-starred chefs will once again serve up platefuls of gourmet fare in aid of local causes.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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‘Exploited’ Barrow drug dealer asked court for jail term

S11784B.jpg A BARROW drug dealer who says she was forced to sell what she thought was cocaine by “Scousers” has been jailed. (2 comments)

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Road tunnel under Morecambe Bay linking Cumbria and Lancashire is ‘unlikely to happen’

A ROAD tunnel under Morecambe Bay alongside a potential underground power cable linking Cumbria with Lancashire and the rest of the UK is unlikely, according to senior councillors. (4 comments)

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Santa's 'magic dust' switches on Bowness Christmas lights

Windermere lights 1 SANTA sprinkled his ‘magic dust’ to turn on Christmas lights in Bowness.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Police appeal after car pushed on its side in Dalton

A CAR was rolled onto its side in Dalton, causing damage to the driver door.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Hundreds celebrate Dalton Christmas lights switch on

EM Dalton Christmas Lights switch on 2014/50070993B002.jpg_006.jpg HUNDREDS of people gathered to enjoy a festive spectacle as Dalton lived up to its reputation as the Christmas capital of Furness.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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Twenty bottles of whiskey stolen from Barrow store

TWENTY bottles of Jack Daniel’s have been stolen from Barrow Asda.

Last updated 1 December 2014
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