The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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A TRADITIONAL Lake District barn with planning consent and panoramic views is to go under the hammer next month.
MORECAMBE Bay hospitals are missing key waiting targets as a result of 'significant pressure', a key health boss has said.
A FREEMASON has been honoured at a ceremony to celebrate his golden jubilee in the order.
THE Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is contacting landowners, developers, builders, planning agents and housing associations to urge them to consider building new homes in the park.
THE CLOSURE of Burneside's Ford Bridge has left the village in a 'mess' and 'divided' the community, says the chair of the village residents' association.
Police are investigating a burglary where a man, wearing a white/cream top and black gloves, entered the home address of an elderly woman on Cobden Street, Dalton-in-Furness.
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TWO leading South Lakeland medical practices face an uncertain future over crippling charges being imposed on their premises.
WHERE there is a will… there is a disgruntled relative!
A FORMER teacher, entrepreneur and golfing enthusiast has passed away, aged 70.
A SOUTH Cumbria cannabis user who bought the drug in bulk and then sold some to pals has been sentenced by a judge.
AN Appleby horse fair visitor who crashed his uncle's Range Rover after sinking a dozen pints of beer has been spared immediate prison.
SOUTH Lakeland District Council has prevented vehicle access to the side of New Road Common Land, at Kendal, on the legal grounds of 'safety' and access denied to lawful users for 'air and recreation'.
A MUCH-loved and well-known Kendal football fanatic and plumber has died at the age of 60.
THE way which the public participates in planning matters in South Lakeland could be set to change.
The Westmorland Gazette’s Readers to the Rescue campaign aims to raise £40,000 for Kendal Mountain Rescue Team to buy a new state-of-the-art vehicle that will act as a ‘mobile base’. This would allow better communications on rescues and potentially save lives. This week SARA ROYLE talks to two team members about the difficulties of dealing with incidents that do not have a positive outcome.
AN ULVERSTON beer enthusiast has fulfilled an 'ambition' by opening a new drinking spot and shop in the town.
I AM appalled at the Scottish Government’s ill-considered intention to ban the reasonable chastisement of children by their parents.