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51 min ago | News and Star

Not voting in parking charges meeting was protest, says Carlisle councillor

In anger at the "done deal" on imposed parking charges in Carlisle, councillors refused to cast their votes in a knife-edge debate - and lost their chance to scupper them.

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51 min ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

YOUNG people have been giving their views on politics and politicians in South Lakeland.

During this month and next, SLDC is welcoming 84 'National Citizen Service' students into South Lakeland House to take part in democracy workshops.

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51 min ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

Six Cumbrian companies make finals of national green tourism awards

CUMBRIA's place as a hotbed for green business has been underlined with six firms named in the top three per cent in Britain.

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3 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

82-year-old women have purses pinched by gang, say police

The first incident took place on Friday, July 18 and occurred on Blackhall Road in Kendal at approximately 12:30pm.

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3 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

a Plucky schoolgirl is devoting her summer holidays to an epic charity cycle ride.

Ella Parker, of Great Urswick, hopes to pedal 147.5 miles - the same distance as the longest stage of the Tour de France - on the bike she was given for her sev-enth birthday.

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6 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

The Westmorland Gazette: APPEAL: Police seek information about assault

A MAJOR criminal inquiry is under way into allegations of alleged child abuse at residential schools across Cumbria - including South Lakeland.

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6 hrs ago | Whitehaven News

Man, 58 charged with 17 sex offences

A 58-YEAR-OLD man from Cleator Moor charged with 17 sexual offences spanning a 35-year period has been sent to Carlisle Crown Court.

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6 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

Residents and visitors bask in sunshine as temperatures soar across South Lakes

THERE were sunny scenes across South Lakeland and north Lancashire this week as locals and visitors alike basked in the scorching temperatures.

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7 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

8,000 people say: Save our NHS pharmacies

Ronnie Kershaw, left, of the No Health Sell Off group, hands over signatures to the acting chair of Morecambe Bay Trust John Hutton HEALTH campaigners handed over an 8,000-signature petition to express their anger at the proposed sell-off of hospital pharmacies across Morecambe Bay.

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9 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette

Disabled woman in desperate search for her rescue pet

A DISABLED woman believes she was the target of would-be thieves who 'inadvertently' let her blind dog loose in South Lakeland.

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9 hrs ago | West Cumberland Times and Star

Support is growing for Workington bypass demand

The councillor, who represents Harrington on Workington Town Council and Allerdale council and is chairman of Harrington Residents' Association, spoke at the county council's local committee last week.

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10 hrs ago | West Cumberland Times and Star

Classrooms put together in just a day

EASY DOES IT: Roland Hill sales and business development manager Karen Mitchell, right, lends a helping hand as a section of the classroom block is lowered into place watched by Cockermouth School's business manager Sue Bamforth The eight-classroom building was transported in modules for workers from Aspatria contractor Roland Hill to fitting it ... (more)

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

News and Star

Cumbrians have fun in sun with temperatures set to soar again

The summer sunshine is set to sizzle on until at least the weekend with forecasters predicting temperatures in Cumbria could reach 26C today..

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North-West Evening Mail

New consultation to launch into new homes near Ulverston

At a meeting today members of South Lakeland District Council's Cabinet voted to begin a second six week consultation on a draft development brief for land at Cross-a-Moor, Swarthmoor.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

The Westmorland Gazette: Single mum-of-two fined for striking police officer in the face

A TEACHING assistant required reconstructive sur-gery on her foot after a smash which saw a 63-year-old man drive his vehicle head-on into her car on the A65.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

'Dangerous' schoolbus driver injured every passenger in terrifying smash with lorry

A SCHOOL bus driver who injured everybody on board when he crashed into a heavy goods vehicle has admitted dangerous driving.

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North-West Evening Mail

Victory in battle for Ulverston wind turbines

The Planning Inspectorate has ruled in favour of community co-operative Baywind Energy and their partners Infinergy by approving the repowering of Furness Wind Farm, at Harlock Hill, near Ulverston.

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Morecambe Visitor

City council thumbs up for marina scheme

Controversial plans to build a 50-berth marina along with a 60-bed hotel in Carnforth have been given the green light.

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Thewestmorland Gazette

Vikings invade corn mill

VIKING STRIFE: Warring Vikings 'invaded' a South Lakeland village at the weekend - drawing big crowds over two days to see what life was like in an ancient settlement.

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News and Star

Carlisle residents win battle over problem trees

Residents of a Carlisle street have won a lengthy battle against problem trees - while others claim they have been ignored.

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