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  1. Westmorland League: Penrith close in on leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Tyler james co0nnects with a spectacular overhead kick to put Ibis on the scoreseheet against Penrith reserves. Picture: RICHARD EDMONDSON PENRITH Reserves have moved up to second place and within seven points of leaders Keswick in the James Cropper Westmorland League Division One after an impressive 3-1 win at Ibis.

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  2. Local politicans will have final say over on-street parking chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Controversial on-street parking charges will not be introduced in any town in Cumbria unless local councillors ask for them, a meeting has heard. County council leader Stewart Young told a meeting of the authority in Kendal that charges and meters would not be imposed from upon high.

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  3. Tory minister Rory Stewart apologises for saying '80 per cent of people' support May's Brexit dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    Tory minister Rory Stewart apologises for saying '80 per cent of people' support May's Brexit deal - claiming he was 'producing a number to illustrate what I believe' Prisons Minister Rory Stewart found himself performing a public U-turn after using a fabricated statistic about public approval for the Prime Minister's Brexit plan. Mr Stewart, 45, a Theresa May loyalist, was pulled up by BBC Radio 5's Emma Barnett when he claimed in an interview on Thursday morning that '80% of the British public support this deal'.

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  4. Transgender soldier has an 'affair with another soldier's wife'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 3 | Daily Mail

    Transgender soldier unveiled as the British Army's first woman on the front line has an 'affair with another soldier's wife' A Scots Guard who was unveiled by the British Army as its first female on the front line after changing sex is having an 'affair' with another soldier's wife, it was claimed last night. The Mail on Sunday understands Guardsman Chloe Allen, 26, is living with married teaching assistant Sophie Gray, who helped the soldier to apply her make-up soon after telling military chiefs that she wanted to live as a woman.

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  5. Parking machines and permits could be introduced on busy streets across CumbriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    SECRET talks have taken place about bringing back parking machines and permits on busy streets across Cumbria four years after they were killed off. The bitterly-opposed county council proposals were scrapped in November 2014, following a huge backlash, but have now been rehashed.

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  6. Appleby secure dramatic win in Senior Challenge CupRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    THE Senior Challenge Cup and Junior Cup competitions got under way , while there were a number of games played in The James Cropper Westmorland Football League on a busy Saturday afternoon of action. Appleby were 4-0 up at half time.

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  7. Ibis beat Windermere in penalty shoot-out in Benevolent Trophy clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    IBIS edged into the next round of the Benevolent Trophy after a dramatic 5-4 penalty shoot out victory against Windermere in a pulsating game at The Jubilee Playing Fields in Kendal. Both teams battled out a 3-3 draw after 90 minutes with Ibis scoring their goals through Josh Ford, Luke Deveney and Tyler Park.

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  8. Vicky's Six Brilliant Things to do ....Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 24 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    FROM The Jam 'All Mod Cons 40th Anniversary Tour' . Former The Jam bassist Bruce Foxton and Russell Hastings return to Kendal's The Brewery to perform the classic 1978 album 'All Mod Cons' in its entirety.

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  9. The shocking figures that reveal the most dangerous road in CambridgeshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | Cambridge Evening News

    A total of 185 people were injured on the A14 in 2017, including three who died, on July 10, July 12 and November 23. The death on November 23 happened after a man fell from a bridge across the road. The incident occurred near Histon, Cambridgeshire, around 8pm .

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  10. Visit Lowther Castle and Dalton's zoo for less this half-termRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 19 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    TWO for one entry to Lowther Castle and its giant wooden adventure fort is among the discounts being offered by the MyCumbria card this October half-term and beyond. Produced by Cumbria Tourism, the card gives families from the CA and LA postcode areas the chance to enjoy hundreds of Cumbrian attractions at reduced prices.

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  11. Wollondilly community halls face an uncertain futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Macarthur Advertiser

    The Oaks Community Hall and Senior's Annex is one of the halls on the chopping block. Picture: Chris Lane The council is proposing the sale of Thirlmere Community Hall, The Oaks Community Hall and Seniors Annex, and the Oakdale Community Hall to fund new projects.

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  12. Talking Points: Electric Avenue?Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 18 | Sporting Life

    David Ord takes a close look at Thursday's action with a couple of interesting rides for Barry Geraghty and a cracking novice hurdle at Carlisle. Barry Geraghty's midweek jaunts to Britain will undoubtedly include some significant schooling sessions as JP McManus' batallions prepare for the start of serious combat in the weeks and months ahead.

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  13. Thursday's Talking PointsRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2018 | Sporting Life

    David Ord takes a close look at Thursday's action with a couple of interesting rides for Barry Geraghty and a cracking novice hurdle at Carlisle. Barry Geraghty's midweek jaunts to Britain will undoubtedly include some significant schooling sessions as JP McManus' batallions prepare for the start of serious combat in the weeks and months ahead.

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  14. Book review: Black Camp 21 by Bill JonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2018 | Sunday Herald

    In the summer of 1968 like thousands of schoolchildren before and after me I found myself staying in a rusty Nissen hut in Perthshire. The occasion was an 'arduous training' camp organised for my school cadet group of which I was a reluctant, CND-supporting, member.

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  15. Keswick beat Appleby in Benevolent Trophy clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    THE Benevolent Trophy was the main attraction while there was a number of games played in The James Cropper Westmorland League on a busy Saturday afternoon of action. Keswick progressed into the next round of the Benevolent Trophy after a dramatic 2-1 extra time victory over trophy holders Appleby.

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  16. Magnificent seven for Keswick as Appleby loseRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2018 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    ENDMOOR KGR produced the shock result of the James Cropper Westmorland League weekend as they beat high-fliers Appleby 2-0. Appleby, who won the treble last season and have already booked their place in this season's Invitation Trophy final, were shocked by Graham Sill's Endmoor team that had been in a poor run of form but came out full of confidence and had goals by Aiden Dent and Alistair Wilson to thank as they picked up the much-needed points.

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  17. WALK: far reaching views across the valleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2018 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    KNIPE Scar is a rarely visited feature above Bampton, near Penrith, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. A walk along its mile-long terrace is rewarded by far reaching views across the valley to Haweswater Reservoir and the surrounding fells.

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  18. Three strikes and he's in jail: Shed burglar locked upRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2018 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    A MAN carried out a burglary spree in a market town before making almost immediate use of a stolen bank card. Raymond Bragg denied being responsible for breaking into a house and three garden sheds, plus a failed attempt to get into a further shed, all in Barnard Castle , overnight on March 3 to 4 this year.

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  19. Genesis Homes wins backing for 18 new homes at ArmathwaiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2018 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Developer Genesis Homes, of Penrith, is proposing a mix of dwellings from bungalows to family houses, including four affordable homes. The company's head of land, John Blue, said the site will help meet "the great need for quality housing in Cumbria".

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  20. Barman hid music festival bar takings in his underpants, court hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2018 | This Is Leicestershire

    Two Leicester men stole more than A 3,000 in cash working behind the bar at a music festival in Cumbria A court has been told two Leicester men pocketed more than 3,000 in cash working behind the bar at a music festival in Cumbria. Carlisle Crown Court heard the two men put the money in their pockets instead of the till at the Kendal Calling festival, near Penrith, Cumbria in July.

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