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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

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Barrow MP slams politician who compared Trident base to Auschwitz

BARROW and Furness MP John Woodcock has slammed remarks made by a leading nationalist politician which compared the Trident base in Scotland to Auschwitz concentration camp.

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Snow warning for Cumbria

THE Met Office has issued a snow warning for Cumbria today - and motorists have been warned to take extra care on the county's roads.

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Cumbria stores escape Tesco cull

TESCO stores in Cumbria have not been included on a list of more than 40 which are set to close.

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Boy "safe and well" after falling from Barrow bridge

jbridge EMERGENCY services were called to a bridge in Barrow this morning following reports a boy had jumped into the water. (2 comments)

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Detectives continue to trace offenders following two Barrow robberies

IMG_0405.JPG.jpg DETECTIVES in Barrow are continuing to investigate two robberies which occurred over the past week.

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Legacy of a ‘visionary’ living on as south Cumbria group receives £1,000

50071820B002 THE first of another series of 12 cheques will help fund activities, outings and support services for those living with multiple sclerosis.
Would you like to apply for your organisation to receive £1,000? Click here to apply

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Barrow ASBO lout jailed after racially abusing nurse

A0333664.jpg AN ASBO lout from Barrow who becomes “Jekyll and Hyde” when he downs white cider has been jailed for eight months after racially abusing and spitting at an A&E nurse.

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Cumbria wife killer conviction - a decade on

gordon park A DECADE ago a jury found Gordon Park guilty of bludgeoning his wife Carol to death with an ice axe before trussing up her body and dumping it in Coniston Water, Cumbria, 30 years earlier.

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Foodbank usage in Cumbria town increases 2,000 per cent in one year

amc 50062107B003.jpg FOODBANK usage in Millom has increased by more than 2,000 per cent in 12 months.

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Under-fire train firm which runs in Cumbria crawls into bottom four in UK survey

50026384B001.jpg rjs TRAIN passengers have ranked one of south Cumbria’s main rail providers among the worst in the country.

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Barrow kennels go into lockdown on day of reopening

BARROW kennels which were forced to close earlier this month due to an outbreak of a deadly virus have been put in to lockdown just a day after reopening.

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Commission ‘pursuing several lines of inquiry’ in Cumbria wife killer case

AN independent watchdog probing evidence used to convict Cumbria wife killer Gordon Park has admitted it is “actively pursuing several lines of inquiry”.

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Dalton zoo boss issued with warning following licence meeting

Dalton zoo owner David Gill -  GRANGER REF:50068034B004 THE boss of Dalton zoo has been issued with a warning following a behind-closed-doors meeting to determine his suitability as licence holder. (5 comments)

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Park bosses in Cumbria urged to step up safety after Windermere deaths

S884563.jpgRH A SERIES of potentially dangerous DIY modifications to boats on Windermere were uncovered during an investigation into two fatalities.

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RNLI lifeboats in Cumbria launched 88 times in 2014

RNLI lifeboats in Cumbria launched 88 times in 2014, rescuing 103 people.

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‘Stay away from hospitals’ warning to Cumbria

A NOROVIRUS epidemic responsible for closing hospital wards in West Cumbria has now moved south.

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Traffic delays expected in Barrow as submarine section to be transported

MOTORISTS will experience some delays when a section of a submarine is transported by road in Barrow tomorrow.

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Cumbria tourism board launches spring campaign

THE official tourist board for Cumbria has launched its latest national spring marketing campaign in time to kick start the holiday season and inspire visitors to book their breaks in the Lake District.

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PHOTOS and VIDEO: Iconic Barrow building toppled in explosion

50072956b000.jpg ONLOOKERS took every available vantage point to witness the demise of an iconic piece of Barrow history in a dramatic demolition. PICTURES - JON GRANGER (1 comment)

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Cumbria police seeks to hear from earliest female officers

CUMBRIA police, which has the highest percentage of female officers in the UK, is celebrating a landmark occasion for women in the force.

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