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3 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

a Major historic investigation into a nationally important coastal site is set to return next month.

Roman stronghold Ravenglass, once a fort at the southern tip of Hadrian's Wall, will see the second season of a A 125,000 community study into the key civilian settlement site.

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3 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

Queen's Guide to the Sands opens new post office at Grange

QUEEN'S Guide to the Sands Cedric Robinson cut the ribbon to open the new Grange-over-Sands Post Office.

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5 hrs ago | News and Star

Copeland declares war on dog mess scourge

Those who don't cleaned up after their pets are being warned they face hefty fines as Copeland Council targets local hot-spots which have seen an increase in dog mess.

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9 hrs ago | North-West Evening Mail

End to nervous waiting is just hours away for Cumbria GCSE students

Thousands of 16-year-olds across Furness, Millom, Ulverston and South Lakes will be returning to school to discover their grades.

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9 hrs ago | Matlock Mercury

Court Reports: Chesterfield Magistrates results

Kevin Baker, 41, of Norbriggs Road, Mastin Moor, no licence, no separate penalty, no insurance, fined A 225, costs A 35, banned from driving for six months.

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10 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

Landlord gets council cash to help convert former Kendal pubs into affordable homes

SOUTH Lakeland District Council has revealed it has provided A 300,000 in grants to a private landlord to help him convert two former Kendal pubs into flats.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

News and Star

Work on Carlisle Airport revamp could start within weeks

Work on the long-awaited A 20 million redevelopment of Carlisle Airport could begin in six weeks - provided there is not another legal challenge to the planning approval granted by councillors.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

Homes survey challenges affordability perception of UK capital

SOUTH Lakeland, Eden and the Dales are among the UK's least affordable areas to live in, according to research by the National Housing Federation .

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Thewestmorland Gazette

Fishery put on the market

The pair are stepping down after 11 years at the business, which is on the A685 between Tebay and Kirkby Stephen.

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Cumbrian man admits sex charge

Lee Savage, 21, was ordered to sign the Sex Offenders' Register after pleading guilty to the charge at Carlisle Crown Court.

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Family and friends raise cash for brave Carlisle 12-year-old

Twelve-year-old Courtney Walsh, of Coalfell Avenue, Raffles, Carlisle, was diagnosed in May and has been receiving treatment at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

Cheers! Ancestor's war service marked with commemorative beers

MEMBERS of a Lunesdale brewing family are toasting an ancestor's service in the Great War by producing four new limited edition beers.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

'Shear' joy as well gathering returns to Kendal

Organisers have booked K Village , The Lakes Outlet, from October 11 to 12, to coincide with the end of Wool Week.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

North-West Evening Mail

Report demands drastic overhaul to make Furness Line trains 'fit for purpose'

A MAJOR report is calling for immediate action to put right 'failings' on the Furness railway line.

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North-West Evening Mail

Objectors call for rethink over on-street parking meter plans in Cumbria

The board was meeting again this afternoon to hear from three other Tory councillors who have asked for a review of the decision to put meters in Carlisle.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

Choir girls' tour is 'wunderbar'

The Amabile Choir has returned from a visit to Kendal's twin town of Rinteln in the Lower Saxony region of the country.

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Carlisle woman dies after routine operation at city hospital

Lisa Watson, 41 described as "one of the kindest people you would meet" was taken ill when she came home after her operation.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

a Medieval fair takes place at Furness Abbey at the end of this month.

The event on August 30 is organised by Furness Abbey Fellowship and takes place at the abbey near Barrow, starting at 10am and ending at 5pm.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

Concern grows for missing Barrow woman

CUMBRIA Police say they are 'concerned for the welfare' of a 44-year-old woman who has gone missing from Barrow-in-Furness.

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Cumbria county council takes control of on-street parking

The county council is legally responsible for on-street parking enforcement, but in the past has contracted district councils to manage that work.

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