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CUMBRIA Police received 135 knives from members of the public during a week-long surrender period.
A SOUTH Lakeland barn could become a rest stop for walkers if plans submitted to the Lake District National Park Authority (LDNPA) are given the go ahead.
THE Westmorland Gazette's owners is set to buy a family-owned publisher which runs daily and weekly newspapers in Cumbria.
AN ICE cream parlour is on the cards for a former lighting shop at 5 Theatre Street, Ulverston.
MORECAMBE Bay hospitals missed their A&E wait target in January, with one in five people waiting at least four hours to see a doctor.
NEW Road common land protestor Jeff Hayton returned to the controversial spot in Kendal on Tuesday.
A FORMER South Cumbria boarding school owner told police historical allegations of his physical abuse of pupils were "fantasy and ridiculous", a jury has heard.
A MISSING Oldham man last seen more than a week ago could be in Lancashire.
A TINY pub situated at Carnforth railway station is gearing up for its grand reopening after five months of refurbishment work.
SEVERAL hundred pounds worth of damage has been caused to a car parked in Kendal.
A BIKE has been stolen from the railings outside of Kendal library.
A SERIES of road races in the Great Langdale Valley have been taken over by new organisers.
PLANS which could see a village's housing stock increase by 42 per cent are being recommended for approval.
WORK is under way to give a housing estate in Ambleside "a much-needed clean-up", say Liberal Democrat councillors.
A LEADING health chief has pledged no hospitals will close but warned services could change as funding continues to squeeze the NHS.
TODAY'S PHOTO FROM THE GAZETTE ARCHIVES: Skiers park on Kirkstone Pass to take advantage of snow-covered slopes in 1968
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.
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A GROUP of 10 Lake District businesses which have been working together to attract more Chinese visitors is seeking to extend its membership across Cumbria.
AN EMPTY Flookburgh butchers shop could be converted to a house if plans are approved by South Lakeland District Council.