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Phil Stocker, chief executive of the National Sheep Association , says he wants to gather evidence of attacks to get dog walkers to take the issue seriously.
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4 hrs ago | The Cumberland News
The Carlisle-based law firm, which also has offices in Penrith, Cockermouth and Newcastle, joins the panel of the Crescent Purchasing Consortium .
5 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
TWO cadets from the Kendal Detachment of Cumbria Army Cadet Force competed in the army cadets' national cross-country championships at the weekend.
More than A 300M will be invested in the BAE Systems Barrow-in-Furness site, in a major redevelopment that will transform its submarine building capabilities.
Beaches at some of Britain's best-loved resorts could be closed for bathing from next year because of high levels of sewage contamination.
A HOST of local solicitors are set to show their support for a local hospice's Make a Will Month campaign.
A LUCKY west Cumbrian is celebrating after winning A 200,000 on the Lottery. Mystery surrounds the identity of the ticket buyer, but it is understood he is from the St Bees area and bought the winning ticket at the village post office.
The fight to install a pedestrian crossing on a road in west Cumbria where two people died has finally been won - after years of campaigning.
A VALENTINE'S appeal run by a cancer treatment centre has raised over A 4,000, it has been revealed.
The ska band, fronted by Buster Bloodvessel, were due to play the town's Carnegie Theatre on Finkle Street tonight.
OVERALL CHAMPION: Editor of The Darlington and Stockton Times Malcolm Warne, right, presents the Supreme Champion Cup for She's A Diamond, a British Blue heifer, shown by vendor John Smith-Jackson, centre, and watched by Judge Harry Emslie John Smith-Jackson, of Haltwhistle, took the overall championship trophy for a British Blue cross heifer, ... (more)
The award is in memory of the late John Dennison, highly regarded breeder of the Denmire Holsteins of Scales Farm, Ulverston, and is presented by his family to the person judged to be an exemplary role model to the industry.
Fire crews from Windermere and Ambleside were called out at 6.10am to the fire on Longmire Road, in Troutbeck, near Windermere.
Disruptive gas works that have caused traffic chaos in Wigton town centre will go on until the end of April - two months longer than originally announced.
Laying the foundation slab marked a milestone in the progress of the new visitors' centre at Haig Pit in Whitehaven.
A YOUNG man has been disqualified from driving for 16 months after he drove his car after consuming 'up to ten' pints of lager.