The Westmorland Gazette /news/
Updated: 1 hour 40 min ago
AUTUMN is traditionally a time of year when the property market starts to get going again after the summer holiday lull.
OLDER folks are the biggest users of smart home technology, a poll suggests.
IT’S about time that those responsible for taking planning decisions in the Lake District began to pay more attention to the needs of people with restricted personal mobility.
THREE-quarters of young people still at home with Mum and Dad are living rent-free, according to a new survey.
POLICE are investigating several burglaries that occurred in the area of Hobson Lane and St Lukes Road in Kirkby Stephen.
Cumbria County Council is introducing ‘plastic’ roads around the county after successfully trialling a new product that replaces some of the bitumen with recycled waste as part of the asphalt mix for resurfacing schemes.
GRADUATES are celebrating having completed engineering apprenticeships at Kendal's Gilkes.
MORE than half a million pounds has been earmarked to help turn a much-loved Lake District park into a 'flagship destination'.
HEAVY persistent rain, accompanied by strong winds, is forecast for the region overnight on Saturday and throughout Sunday.
LAKES hoteliers have been enjoying a boost in visitor numbers, reflecting national record inbound tourism figures for the UK.
WITH the death, aged 96, of Martin Edward Ashburner, Milnthorpe has lost its oldest native-born inhabitant whose life linked both World Wars.
A MAN whose dangerous driving on the A66 left two motorists seriously hurt has been spared immediate prison.
YOUR correspondent Trevor Pollard ( Letters September 14, 'New system will remain') actually reinforces my point.