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THE M6 southbound is blocked following an incident between junctions 37 and 36.
WESTMORLAND and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron was last night awarded a trophy for winning Celebrity Mastermind.
As a young lad one of my reasons for being a vet, not a doctor, was preferring to work with animals rather than humans.
VISITORS and staff put nearly £1.1 million into parking meters at the three Morecambe Bay hospital sites in the last financial year, it has been revealed.
Two years on from Storm Desmond, the Farmer Network has organised a meeting for Cumbrian Farmers to assess action taken since the devastation.
Northern has released its revised timetables for the three days of RMT strike action on Monday 8, Wednesday 10 and Friday 12 January.
DARTS players at the Albion in Kendal completed a marathon challenge when they played for 24 hours straight to raise money for charity.
THE four finalists for the Gazette's 2019 Calendar competition have been chosen.
A newly-formed team in Kendal are taking action to slow down speeding traffic on Windermere Road and Burneside Road.
THE Ulverston Post Office, which campaigners fought to keep open, is to hold a public 'drop in' consultation over the future running of the service.
"I hope I can help to make a difference" - drama graduate to teach performance skills to vulnerable children in India
A DRAMA graduate from Settle has just set off for India with the charity Performers Without Borders to teach performance skills to vulnerable children.
JEWELLERY and money have been stolen in a 'high value' burglary in Burton-in-Kendal.
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.
A TREK to Everest base camp beckons for a young Levens woman "passionate" about helping others.
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A PROSPECTIVE new town crier for Carnforth is to meet town councillors.
PARKING at Silverdale railway station is among items to be discussed by Silverdale Parish Council at its meeting this evening (Thursday, January 4).
LUNE Valley campaigners say they are delighted a new bus service will restore lost rural transport links to villagers this spring.
CARNFORTH Town Council has chosen an electricity supplier for the town's War Memorial Gardens and Civic Hall.
THE new mayor and deputy mayor of Carnforth are to be elected on January 17.