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  1. Aurora over Derwent water near Keswick, England on March 18. Photo: APRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | South China Morning Post

    A severe solar storm reached the Earth on Tuesday, contributing to a display of the aurora with the potential to stretch as far south as Oregon in the US, as well as being visible across unexpected reaches of the southern hemisphere.

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  2. Cumbria County Council boss under fire over on street parking fees jumped from roofRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | North-West Evening Mail

    A COUNCIL boss under pressure over plans to install on street car parking charges across the county went on to jump from the roof of his south Cumbria home, an inquest heard. Jo Stephenson, deputy leader of Cumbria County Council, died on July 25 last year at the Royal Preston Hospital from a pulmonary embolism and bronchial pneumonia suffered as a result of his injuries.

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  3. Most Dramatic Images of Northern LightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | ABC News

    The aurora borealis, or the northern lights shine over Derwent water near Keswick, England, March 18, 2015. The northern lights are the result of collisions between gaseous particles in the Earth's atmosphere with charged particles released from the sun.

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  4. Landmark health agreement is 'game changer for hospitals' - MPRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | West Cumberland Times and Star

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  5. Severely disabled Ulverston youngster to receive multimillion pound care packageRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | North-West Evening Mail

    THE parents of an eight-year-old Ulverston girl with cerebral palsy have spoken of their relief after a multi-million pound care package was approved in the High Court. Ayla Ellison was starved of oxygen at birth and suffered catastrophic brain damage due to serious errors made by medical and maternity staff at Furness General Hospital in April 2007.

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  6. Striking scenery, wild weather and the perfect walking break: No...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Daily Mail

    Shocking images show horror of child labour at toxic Cambodia rubbish site... and the tourists who visit to photograph them Is this North Korea's first Airbnb? Secretive nation offers tourists homestays in 'model village'... as long as they don't ask questions or stray too far Southwest Airlines plane hit by pickup truck 'that was left in gear and rolled into jet engine' at Boston airport The best place to view Friday's solar eclipse? Head to the sleepy hamlet of Aird Uig on the Isle of Lewis Yours for just FIVE PENCE! Norwegian holiday home comes with its own island, private beach and stunning views... but it will need some renovations Chinese traveller opens plane's emergency exit moments before take-off... because he thought the handle 'was like the handrail on a bus' Give us a kiss! Tourists cheer with delight as inquisitive baby whale surfaces right next to boat to nuzzle passengers ... (more)

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  7. Planning blow could see Ulverston park shut within monthsRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | North-West Evening Mail

    RUN park in Ulverston could close within months after planning officials objected to an application to build eight homes on the popular green space. Plans to build the homes in a small corner of Ford Park in Ulverston are due to go before South Lakeland District Council's planning committee on March 26. Ford Park Community Group, the charity which runs the park, had hoped funds raised by the scheme would help clear its 750,000 debts.

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  8. England rugby coach backs battle to save St Bees SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | News and Star

    The battle to save St Bees School is being backed by one of its most famous former pupils - England rugby coach Stuart Lancaster. He took time out from the Six Nations tournament to speak about the huge influence the private school had on his life and career.

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  9. Carlisle paramedic frustrated at work found hangedRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | News and Star

    A Carlisle paramedic who was frustrated that he was unable to do his job took his own life, a coroner has ruled. During an inquest into the death of 55-year-old Glenn Wilson, assistant coroner Robert Chapman was told that Mr Wilson was frustrated that he was unable to do his job, as the DVLA had placed him on a restricted licence because of his mental health which meant that he was not able to drive any ambulances.

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  10. More sign up to join latest Big PedalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    A RECORD number of school pupils in Cumbria will be getting on their bikes and scooters for a national travel-to-school challenge during March. Around 40 schools - the highest number ever - have signed up for this year's Big Pedal event, which encourages children, parents and staff to choose two wheels for their journey to school.

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  11. Mark Leftly: The shambles surrounding Sellafield clean-up continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Independent

    Nearly a quarter of a century ago, four sinister animatronic mannequins were plonked on the stage of Manchester's G-Mex centre. Resembling the members of Kraftwerk, they moved their arms and heads painfully slowly to the repetitive, automated beats of the German electronic pop pioneers' alleged classic, "The Robots".

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  12. Featherstone Lions will be no easy-beats, says York City Knights boss ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | York Press

    Featherstone Lions will be no easy-beats, says York City Knights boss - and former Lions player - James Ford JAMES FORD has warned his York City Knights side not to expect an easy walkover in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup after they were drawn at amateurs Featherstone Lions - a team he knows rather well. The Lions, one of three community clubs to reach round four, are the lowest ranked outfit left in the competition and are therefore huge outsiders to progress to the fifth round, at which point the bottom four in Super League enter.

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  13. EU approves 5-a-litre fuel rebate for countryside drivers which...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Daily Mail

    Drivers living in rural areas saddled with expensive petrol prices are set for a discount, thanks to an EU rebate. Some 5p a litre will be cut off the price of petrol for residents in the 17 most expensive rural locations for fuel in Britain.

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  14. Steve McNamara backs Joe Burgess to find formRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Steve McNamara, the England coach, has delivered a long-distance vote of confidence in Wigan's struggling winger Joe Burgess.

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  15. Leigh-London drawn in Challenge CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | BBC News

    The tie is one of three all-second-tier ties, with Bradford Bulls hosting Workington and Whitehaven taking on Featherstone Rovers. All three amateur sides received home draws, with Normanton Knights against Batley, Leigh Miners against Oxford and Featherstone Lions against York.

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  16. Carlisle teen moving on from his year of hellRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | News and Star

    When Aaron Marshall, of Mardale Road, Raffles, Carlisle, started feeling ill last March, he thought he had just caught a stomach bug. But when the 16-year-old continued to feel ill after three weeks, his mum, Allison Marshall, took him the doctors to find out what was wrong.

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  17. TV sitcom star heads to Cumbria with stand-up showRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | News and Star

    The face of BBC sitcom Hebburn and regular on ITV's Celebrity Juice heads to Kendal, Millom and Barrow with the new show, All Growed Up, in the autumn. Having previously been labelled "The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning Television", this new tour is supposed to show how he has matured and settled down - but nothing could be further from the truth.

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  18. Cumbria School Games flip, somersault and leap into actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    THE Cumbria School Games got off the ground in acrobatic fashion as hundreds of young gymnasts took part in the first event held at Penrith Leisure Centre. The Key Steps Gymnastics Finals for primary school children saw Allerdale's Seaton Academy and Furness's Lindal and Marton School claim victory in the large and small school categories respectively.

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  19. Life-saving equipment stolen from shores of WindermereRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Two buoyancy aids were taken from the new floating jetty at Bark Barn, near Belle Grange on the western side of the lake, sometime between Tuesday last week and yesterday . The B-Line rescue buoys are designed to be thrown out to anyone in the water in difficulty.

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  20. More needs to be done on A6 after cyclist diesRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Morecambe Visitor

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A city councillor has said the A6 at Bolton-le-Sands needs to be looked at after an 87-year-old cyclist died during Friday rush hour.

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