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4 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
THE parish of Mallerstang, near Kirkby Stephen, has won a silver Cardiac Smart award from the North West Ambulance Service.
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8 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
A SOUTH Lakeland-based printer has become the first in Cumbria - and one of just a handful in the UK - to be officially recognised as carbon neutral.
12 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
Owain Houghton, 16, from the town's Queen Elizabeth School, has won the Arkwright Engineering Scholarship which identifies him as one of the country's future leaders in engineering.
16 hrs ago | News and Star
Mitchell Harrison, 23, who had lived in Cockermouth and Whitehaven, was serving a sentence after being convicted of rape in Cumbria in 2009.
16 hrs ago | North-West Evening Mail
The petition was started by a group in Whitehaven calling for a directly-elected mayor in Copeland, to exercise more control over the borough's budget.
The Windermere Lake Wardens responded to the emergency call after the man had fallen from his boat, sustaining a minor head injury.
The work was first performed at the 1912 Three Choirs Festival at Hereford Cathedral and is largely based on English folk material collected by Vaughan Williams and his friend Cecil Sharp.
A DRIVER who killed one of his friends by crashing at high speed into a concrete gatepost on a Kendal street has been warned by a judge that he faces a "significant" prison sentence.
A CONTROVERSIAL plan to build a towering wind turbine to power a Cumbria candle factory has been given the go-ahead after the government over-turned its refusal on appeal.
Housing association Riverside has taken away the structure in the west of Carlisle as part of efforts to stop trouble flaring again.
Musicians and business people from Ulverston have come together to help make a TV legend's lifelong dream come true.
The 47-year-old, of Kent Square, Ulverston, had earlier pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing cannabis with intent to supply.
Residents in Walney are terrified that their homes could be washed away after some of the worst gales in decades hit Cumbria this week.
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.
The Committee has followed the MRWS process closely from its inception, and scrutinised both DECC and the NDA's plans and programmes throughout.