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THE Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) has submitted plans for an upgrade to its Cumbrian airbase.
"How do you kill the goose that laid the golden egg"? Introduce a tourist tax to the Lake District.
STAFF and mothers have enjoyed a sneak preview of South Cumbria's new state-of-the-art maternity unit ahead of its official opening.
FOUR Furness cats may have been deliberately poisoned, a leading animal welfare charity has warned.
A STRIKING minor episode in Buttermere over Christmas has made me wonder whether a tourist tax, used widely and successfully across Europe, might provide a solution to current constraints on Cumbria County Council’s winter roads budget.
THE Fix the Fells Volunteers had a record breaking year in 2017, delivering more for the Lake District environment than ever before.
MOUNTAIN rescuers in the Lake District have warned there is a risk of avalanches as a result of recent wintry conditions.
MAJOR plans that promise to bring hundreds of jobs to Ulverston have been rejected by the town's council.
A BMW was involved in a collision on the M6 this morning (January 19).
THERE are hazardous driving conditions and road closures in place across the county this morning (January 19).
THE timing of a road-widening scheme in a South Lakeland village has been criticised for putting too much strain on residents.
INGS village makes an ideal base for this short walk, writes JOHN EDMONDSON. It has an award-winning pub, a delightful cafe, a state-of-the-art bike-store, guesthouses and a filling station with a shop. It’s name means ‘the water meadows’ but some people, referring to the speed cameras, jokingly say it stands for 'I Never Go Slowly!' This walk explores attractive countryside north of the village, in the area of Hugill Fell.
To mark the 200th anniversary of The Westmorland Gazette in 2018, we are publishing a photograph from our archives on our website every day this year.
WINTER is an ideal time to wrap up a house sale, says nationwide estate agents Humberts.
KENDAL RUFC director of rugby Steve Whitehead praised his side for their performance in their 47-6 demolition of Pocklington on Saturday.
TELEVISION architect George Clarke is asking Gazette readers to get in touch if they are planning a major interior makeover at home.
A GENEROUS gift from a "mystery benefactor" has boosted hopes for a former elderly people's home in Appleby.
SOUTH Cumbria and Lancashire's medical director has urged people who are in at-risk groups to get themselves vaccinated, as numbers of people experiencing flu symptoms in the area continue to rise. Dr Kieran Murphy, Medical Director for NHS England warned that people with long-term conditions such as asthma, heart-disease and diabetes are particularly at risk of serious illness as the flu virus continues to spread.
Sedbergh Preparatory School welcomed more than 500 young runners from 27 local primary schools for the annual South Lakeland District Cross-Country Trials.
A ROAD-narrowing scheme in Kendal which sparked outrage among residents and commuters is to be scrapped by the local authority.