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AN AMBLESIDE pensioner has thanked the 'first class' care he received at a specialist hospital after suffering a heart attack on a Lake District fell.
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The Committee has followed the MRWS process closely from its inception, and scrutinised both DECC and the NDA's plans and programmes throughout.
A man injured in a fight outside an amateur rugby league club was hurt again a few days later when a police dog bit him on the head.
A man and woman who flagged down a police car when they got lost after one of them broke into a house have both been jailed.
The set up promises to be one of the largest in the UK in terms of its geographical reach and would be sustainable for the long term.
Cumbria County Council is leading a charge to secure up to A 4.49m of works on the western edge of Penrith.
A man who claimed he was his twin brother when he was stopped for driving without insurance left court in Skipton owning A 655 in fines, court costs and a victims surcharge.
Community fund: EDF project development manager Margaret Hanson talks to wind turbine supporter Mark Moodycliffe at the exhibition of the resubmitted Beck Burn plans in Longtown The proposed project at Beck Burn Peat Works was rejected by Eric Pickles, the Secretary of State for Communities, in May over concerns that vibrations could adversely ... (more)
Former policeman Matt Hilton was living in a large Victorian house when strange happenings occurred.
Those arrested are a 26-year-old from Carlisle; a 59-year-old from Millom; a 31-year-old from Whitehaven; a 22-year-old from Barrow; a 57-year-old from Brampton; a 22-year-old from Workington and a 41-year-old from Wigton.
Cumbria County Council has proposed to stop subsidising services in a bid to save A 1.9million for each of the next three years.
People on Hallgarth at Kendal will know funding has started to come in to replace the play equipment on the playing field.
Next week, Cumbria Police launches a new initiative to combat domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Eileen Graham celebrating her 103rd birthday at Cartmel Old Grammar Care Home with staff Rachel Purvin and Christine Munroe Eileen Graham, who is to become a great-grandmother in February, was treated to a special party by staff and residents at Cartmel Old Grammar Care Home.
MOTORISTS are being warned to avoid coastal roads and pathways as the Cumbrian coast was hit by flooding after lunchtime high tides.
Flood warnings are in place for the coast all of the way from St Bees up to Gretna.