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4 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
CAMPAIGNERS have gathered on The Glebe in Bowness today in a show of strength against on-street parking charges before a crunch decision is made next week.
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They spoke to staff working at the businesses to establish whether they had the right to live and work in the UK.
9 hrs ago | The Cumberland News
A community has united in its efforts to raise money to help a 24-year-old woman who has never spoken a word in her life.
PICKET lines were formed by disgruntled public sector staff as they walked out in bitter disputes with the government over pay, pensions and spending cuts.
In a show fronted by presenter and archaeologist Mark Horton, the programme will look at the excavations taking place at Camp Farm.
A farmer has been fined for one of the worst cases of animal neglect seen by a veterinary inspector during his 34 year career.
A MAN who arranged to meet 'a 13-year-old girl' via an internet chatroom was caught out by the police, a court heard.
Speeding drivers could be forced to slow down under a raft of new proposals to improve safety on Cumbria's roads.
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A DECISION to have something to eat when he arrived home after a night out, proved a fatal one for Sellafield security guard Brian O'Hare.
THE West Cumbria Mining company which wants to open a new offshore coking coal mine, is hosting the first of two drop-in events next week, so the public can find out more about their proposals.
Liberal Democrat Coun Jo Stephenson suffered a broken pelvis, punctured lung and chest injuries following an incident last Friday morning .
THOUSANDS of jobs and homes are on the way to Cumbria after the Government announced a multi-million pound shot-in-the-arm to the county's economy.
Emergency services are urging people in the Kingmoor Road area of Carlisle to stay indoors and close their doors and windows.
A mobile shop will set up in a prominent part of Kendal's Market Place - just a few yards from its shop at 17 Finkle Street and will sell items between 10am and 3pm.
Cumbria is set to lose one of its two coroners later this year leaving only one to cover the whole of the county - but council bosses say that services will be unaffected.
A COMMUNITY in the Lune Valley has vowed to rally together to save one of the only major servicesit has left.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:18 pm
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