The Westmorland Gazette /news/
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CUMBRIA could be divided in half as senior council officials investigate a complete restructure of local government in the county.
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YOUNGSTERS donned hard hats and hi-vis vests as they received a lesson in building site safety.
RURAL landowners have welcomed a new affordable homes policy which they say "could help the countryside to thrive".
A KENDAL teenager has received a hefty windfall having scooped a prize while playing the National Lottery.
A KENDAL man has admitted being responsible for a single-punch attack in the town - and warned he could receive a prison sentence.
YOUNG people aged between 12 and 17 are being invited to Fell Foot by the National Trust on Sunday to continue the site’s first ever Youth Ranger programme.
FIVE Kendal Air Cadets and one staff member have completed the 2018 RAF Cosford march after months of hard training.
A NEW survey has ranked South Lakeland as the most liveable place in the north of England.
A CHARITY-inspired FA Cup tour is to reach its conclusion for four South Lakeland men on Saturday evening as the final of the world-famous competition is contested at Wembley.
OFFICERS in South Cumbria are urging trades people with vans to take steps to secure and mark their property following three reports of theft to police in one day
HUNDREDS of motorcyclists took part in a procession into Kendal today to remember a blood biker who died in a crash.
A NEW ice cream parlour has opened in Kirkby Lonsdale offering a taste of artisan Italian-style flavours made with ingredients fresh from the farm.
A TEENAGE saxophonist from Ulverston has landed the opportunity of a lifetime after signing a professional record deal.
A CONISTON resident has set a new world record for the fastest unsupported crossing of Europe by bicycle.
A FORMER Morecambe Bay consultant and 'dedicated' family man who 'transformed diabetes care' has passed away.
AN historic Kendal pub is to get a new look both inside and out after planning permission for the works was granted by South Lakeland District Council.
AN application has been submitted to allow alcohol to be served and music played at a former Kendal town centre coffee shop.
MANY congratulations to South Lakeland District Council for so promptly proceeding to turn the former New Road carpark into a delightful riverside garden of lawns, trees, flowers and pathways, all bounded by attractive fencing, even though the future and final use of the site is not yet decided.
THE owners of a Kendal care home have been fined £40,000 for preparing out-of-date meat to serve to its residents.