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EXCITED: The group of Year 11 Dowdales pupils who will be heading to Malaysia LINDSEY DICKINGS

BIG BANG: Fireworks explode in front of Malaysia's landmark building, Petronas Twin Towers AP Photo/Lim Huey Teng

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CELEBRATION: Lunar New Year decorations at a store in Kuala Lumpur AP Photo/Lim Huey Teng

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Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. CREDIT: Dowdales School

Perhentian Islands in Malaysia. CREDIT: Dowdales School


          EXCITED: The group of Year 11 Dowdales pupils who will be heading to Malaysia LINDSEY DICKINGS
EXCITED: The group of Year 11 Dowdales pupils who will be heading to Malaysia LINDSEY DICKINGS
Dalton pupils nearing fundraising total to pay for once in a lifetime trip to Malaysia
A GROUP of enthusiastic schoolchildren are juggling education and fundraising activities to amass thousands of pounds for a life-changing expedition to Malaysia.

Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council

 Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council
Giles Archibald, Leader of South Lakeland District Council
Council tax bills in South Lakeland set to increase by £5
COUNCIL tax bills in South Lakeland are set to rise by a flat fee of £5 from April as local authority bosses attempt to balance the district's books.

Superintendent Rob O'Connor

 Superintendent Rob O'Connor
Superintendent Rob O'Connor
'Supply drugs and we will catch you'
THE top police officer in South Cumbria has issued a stark warning to organised criminals who try to push drugs in Barrow.

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Wardens called in to Ulverston to catch dog poo criminals in the act
PEOPLE who do not clean up after their dog will be found and fined, a councillor has warned.

HAGGIS: Butcher Mark Prowle, with haggis in NC meats, Barrow LEANNE BOLGER

Haggis in NC meats butchers, Barrow, Thursday 19 January 2017, LEANNE BOLGER

SCOTTISH FARE: Head chef Bruce Chattaway with haggis, neeps and tatties, and Rebecca Chattaway with a selection of whiskyy available at the Farmers Arms, Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER

TASTY: Haggis, tatties and neeps LEANNE BOLGER

CHERS: Whisky at the Farmers Arms, Ulverston LEANNE BOLGER

 HAGGIS: Butcher Mark Prowle, with haggis in NC meats, Barrow LEANNE BOLGER
HAGGIS: Butcher Mark Prowle, with haggis in NC meats, Barrow LEANNE BOLGER
Live the Highlands life and celebrate Burns Night in south Cumbria
He was known as the Bard of Ayrshire, the Ploughman’s Poet and even dubbed ‘the greatest Scot of all time’ by Scottish national television, so it only seems fair that we celebrate the birthday of Robert Burns with a traditional Scottish knees-up each year.

The scene of an accident on the A590 at Lindal

 The scene of an accident on the A590 at Lindal
The scene of an accident on the A590 at Lindal
A590 now cleared after two car smash sparked partial closure between Barrow and Ulverston
A CRASH on the A590 is affecting traffic flow between Barrow and Ulverston.

Robert Whiteley donating some sleeping bags to Ulverston Refugee Support volunteers David Wood and Linda Wood. LINDSEY DICKINGS

 Robert Whiteley donating some sleeping bags to Ulverston Refugee Support volunteers David Wood and Linda Wood. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Robert Whiteley donating some sleeping bags to Ulverston Refugee Support volunteers David Wood and Linda Wood. LINDSEY DICKINGS
Outpouring of support for Syrian refugees from the Ulverston community
A CALL to help Syrian refugees has been met with incredibly generosity from the people of Ulverston.
Appeal after car in collision with woman walking dogs in South Cumbria
POLICE are investigating a road traffic collision on the A590 after a car was in collision with woman walking dogs in South Cumbria.

Steve Chapman-Smith

 Steve Chapman-Smith
Steve Chapman-Smith
Seasoned solo performer Steve kicks off new season
THE new season of live music gets under way at Ulverston Sports Club next week.

READY TO GO Players from Creighton and Littleborough will make up Windermere's opposition on Sunday

BOUNCING BACK Windermere are aiming to recover from last week's loss to Furness CHRIS WARNER

 READY TO GO Players from Creighton and Littleborough will make up Windermere's opposition on Sunday
READY TO GO Players from Creighton and Littleborough will make up Windermere's opposition on Sunday
Women's rugby comes to Windermere on big weekend
IT is a big weekend for Windermere as their new women’s team takes to the field for the first time.

PUB Christopher Thompson was ejected from the Sun Inn, Ulverston, for being too drunk

Furness Magistrates' Court

 PUB Christopher Thompson was ejected from the Sun Inn, Ulverston, for being too drunk
PUB Christopher Thompson was ejected from the Sun Inn, Ulverston, for being too drunk
Ulverston reveller struck police officer after resisting arrest on New Year's Eve
A REVELLER who struck a police officer after being ejected from a pub has been given a community order.
Cumbria police officer admits trying to incite sexual activity with child
A Cumbria police officer has admitted attempting to incite sexual activity with a child.

An inquest into the death of Audrey Anne Boardman was held at Barrow Town Hall.

HARRY ATKINSON

 An inquest into the death of Audrey Anne Boardman was held at Barrow Town Hall. HARRY ATKINSON
An inquest into the death of Audrey Anne Boardman was held at Barrow Town Hall. HARRY ATKINSON
Son made desperate bid to save elderly Barrow mother, inquest hears
A DEVOTED son performed CPR in a bid to save his mother after she collapsed in her Dalton home, an inquest heard.

Derek Cartwright

The North West Ambulance Service chief says improvements are already being secured

 Derek Cartwright
Derek Cartwright
Service improvements are already under way, ambulance boss claims
AMBULANCE service bosses say improvements to the region's under-pressure service are already under way after it was criticised by health inspectors.

The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

Sheila Howell at re-launch of Gondola in 1980 SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

'Sydney the sea Serpent,' a feature on The Gondola SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

The brass plaque on Gondola after re-building work at Vickers, Barrow in 1978 SUBMITTED-gondola-jan-19

Feeding the fire on the Victorian steam yacht Gondola which is operated by the National Trust on Coniston Water SUBMITTED gondola-jan-19

A view of the Furness Railway crest on the engine of Gondola which made its first public sailing on June 1 in 1860 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19

 The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
The Gondola on Coniston Water in 1872 BILL MYERS gondola-jan-19
When sleek Coniston steam yacht was a battered shell
FIFTY years ago the Coniston steam-powered yacht Gondola was in a poor state, grounded at the southern end of the lake and with an uncertain future.

VIEWS Councillors Judy Pickthall, Dave Webster and Colin Pickthall

 VIEWS Councillors Judy Pickthall, Dave Webster and Colin Pickthall
VIEWS Councillors Judy Pickthall, Dave Webster and Colin Pickthall
Ulverston Town Council gears up to bring in 20mph zone
LOWERING the speed limit in Ulverston could save lives, protect the environment and save money, according to local councillors.

Stewart and June Goodsir who are being kept awake in the early hours of the morning by trains

 Stewart and June Goodsir who are being kept awake in the early hours of the morning by trains
Stewart and June Goodsir who are being kept awake in the early hours of the morning by trains
Couple's health fears over train fumes and noise pollution
A COUPLE fear for their health due to plumes of smoke and "roaring" out-of-date trains disturbing them in the early hours of the morning.

Sarah Holme, 49, pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court

Sarah Holme pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court

 Sarah Holme, 49, pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court
Sarah Holme, 49, pleaded guilty to drink driving at Furness Magistrates' Court
Dalton motorist receives lengthy ban after driving home from party when drunk
A MOTORIST from Dalton who was drunk at the wheel was warned that she could have gone to prison after crashing into a parked car when she was more than three times above the legal drink-drive limit.

The SoulTrain

 The SoulTrain
The SoulTrain
The SoulTrain bound for South Cumbria this spring
THE North-West's best-known soul band rolls into Cumbria for another live appearance at the Brewery Arts Centre next month.

Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER

 Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Furness Magistrates Court in Barrow JON GRANGER
Barrow man accused of possessing 930 indecent images of children to stand trial
A 30-YEAR-OLD man accused of owning more than 900 indecent photographs of children over a one-and-a-half year period has appeared in court.

ON TARGET Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding watch as Hawcoat hit the bar MILTON HAWORTH

STUCK IN Holker's Rhys Southward (right) tackles a Hawcoat player MILTON HAWORTH

GET THE BALL Holker's Calum Evans (left) makes a tackle MILTON HAWORTH

GOAL! Holker defender Calum Evans and keeper Josh Hunt see Hawcoat score MILTON HAWORTH

21's header hits the bar with the goal wide open.....action from Hawcoat u11s v Holker OBs u11s.14th January 2017. MILTON HAWORTH Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding

 ON TARGET Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding watch as Hawcoat hit the bar MILTON HAWORTH
ON TARGET Holker keeper Josh Hunt and defender Ethan Dodding watch as Hawcoat hit the bar MILTON HAWORTH
Hawcoat beat Holker to advance in Ulverston Hospitals Cup
Hawcoat Park Dynamos U11s 11 Holker Old Boys Hawks 0

Jimmy Tarbuck OBE

 Jimmy Tarbuck OBE
Jimmy Tarbuck OBE
Master of light entertainment Tarby to perform in South Cumbria
FAMOUS TV face Jimmy Tarbuck will be presenting his one-man show in South Cumbria this summer.

Ambulances outside the Accident and Emergency Department of the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.

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Generic ambulance pictureNorth West Ambulance ServicePic Tom Kay Wednesday 18th January 2017 50086789T006.JPG

 Ambulances outside the Accident and Emergency Department of the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Ambulances outside the Accident and Emergency Department of the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Health inspectors warn ambulance bosses of paramedic shortage in Cumbria
A DIRE shortage of paramedics in Cumbria was a key concern for government health inspectors as they concluded the region's ambulance service 'requires improvement'.

Stan Laurel as David Bowie

David Bowie, who has been nominated for two posthumous Brit Awards, a year after his death

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 Stan Laurel as David Bowie
Stan Laurel as David Bowie
Ulverston disco night celebrates all things Bowie
ULVERSTON'S unique tribute to late pop superstar David Bowie arrives in the form of a special event at the Laurel and Hardy Museum.

Barrow fire station

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

Yvonne McCorquodale who died after a house fire in Newbarns Road, Barrow, in July 2015

The fire at Admiral Court in which 75-year-old Kenneth Olliver died in September 2015

A file photo of a firefighter's locker at Barrow Fire Station

 Barrow fire station
Barrow fire station
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow firefighters say 'There has never been a greater risk of dying in a fire'
IN the past five years, firefighter numbers in Cumbria have been cut by 49 while in the same period, fire-related deaths have increased to record levels. AMY FENTON speaks to firefighters on the front line and examines the links between the two

Roadworks in Ulverston for the new traffic light system on the A590

The diversion for Quebec Street

The diversion for the Swan Street closure

 Roadworks in Ulverston for the new traffic light system on the A590
Roadworks in Ulverston for the new traffic light system on the A590
More traffic chaos for the A590 at busy junction in Ulverston
TRAFFIC chaos will once more descend on the A590 when a major junction is closed for two weeks.

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

 The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
Summer return for world famous Ukulele Orchestra
THE world famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain will be appearing in Cumbria later this year.

Claire Potts used to be the landlady of The Grapes pub in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH REF; 09372254

Claire Potts was jointly charged with Gary Blowers, both of Ulverston. The pair admitted possession with intent to supply amphetamine, cannabis and phenazepam on November 5, 2014.

Detective Constable Cheryl Smith said: “This case should make people think twice before getting involved in crime as a way to make money."

 Claire Potts used to be the landlady of The Grapes pub in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH REF; 09372254
Claire Potts used to be the landlady of The Grapes pub in Ulverston. MILTON HAWORTH REF; 09372254
Ulverston drug dealer and former pub landlady ordered to repay £20,000 in three months
A CONVICTED drug dealer and former pub landlady from Ulverston has been ordered to pay just under £20,000 or face nine months in prison.

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

Common questions asked about Barrow

 Common questions asked about Barrow
Common questions asked about Barrow
Some of the most popular questions Google is asked about Barrow, Ulverston & Millom
THE autocomplete function on Google can sometimes throw up some surprising suggestions.

Ulverston Post Office, which is under threat of closure.

LEANNE BOLGER

 Ulverston Post Office, which is under threat of closure. LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston Post Office, which is under threat of closure. LEANNE BOLGER
Ulverston Post Office closure came "out of the blue" according to workers union
THE UNION representing Ulverston Post Office staff fearing for their jobs has called for talks to try and find a positive way forward.
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