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A LITTLE-known change in planning regulations could prove "lucrative" for owners of light industrial units, says property company Humberts.
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.
ONE of London's leading mixed voiced church choirs is tuning up and heading our way.
"A WORRYING number" of people do not check if their estate or letting agent is regulated before signing contracts, says industry body Propertymark.
PUPILS across Cumbria have been encouraged to sign up to get on their bikes as part of The Big Pedal 2018.
Cumbria County Council plans to start road resurfacing work on the A6 in Milnthorpe from Monday 5 February.
MONEY from the sale of a former toilet block in Bowness should be invested into more facilities for visitors to spend a penny, a councillor has said.
A CUMBRIAN health trust has been told it still requires improvement after receiving an inspection by a national watchdog.
FIVE men allegedly "physically assaulted and bullied" pupils at a South Cumbria private boarding school in order to "instill fear and brutality", a jury has heard.
NEW payment systems on the Windermere Ferry were rubber-stamped by councillors at a meeting of the Lakes Administration Committee.
TAXPAYERS in Cumbria are likely to be met with an increased bill as the county's authority has today approved a hike.
DRUGS were seized and arrests made as police raided homes in a countywide crack down on the supply of illegal substances in south Cumbria.
A DIARY, a camera and more than 1,000 images taken by a renowned Lakeland life photographer are set to go up for auction.
THE Farmer Network in the north west is to receive a £75,000 boost as part of a scheme that helps grassroots contributors to the rural economy.
CLOSE to 200,000 buttons were counted as part of a Holocaust memorial project at a South Lakeland school over the weekend.
ALL householders in South Lakeland that receive a recycling service will soon be able to recycle card and plastic.
FAILING children's services in Cumbria have made 'significant' improvements but there is still work to do be done, an inspection has concluded.
Regarding the report 'Car chaos' (Gazette, January 25), it is very important for readers to know that whatever parking problems we face in Windermere it is because of how amazing and wonderful our town is.
THE FINALISTS for this year's Cumbria Family Business Awards have been announced following a record number of applications.
SOUTH Lakes mental health charities Growing Well and South Lakeland Mind are hosting a 'pop up lounge' in the Westmorland Shopping Centre.