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ONE of five men on trial over alleged historical physical abuse of pupils at a South Cumbria boarding school has been found not guilty of the only charge he was facing.
The Lake District and Cumbria are fast gaining a reputation as an unmissable foodie destination.
A MAN who had a chainsaw during a violent incident in Appleby has admitted a charge of affray.
DREAMCATCHER: Alex Hossack and Catherine Aubrey interpret your dreams
ARTWORK created by people living with dementia is being shared with the community in Settle thanks to a pioneering partnership.
Rosie Whiting, of the Kendal-based Open Space group, argues that people should consider giving up their cars
POLICE are investigating a spate of burglaries in the allotment area of Dalton Cricket Club.
NINE pregnant sheep have been stolen from a barn near Casterton.
THE magistrates' court building on Burneside Road in Kendal is likely to make way for housing.
TODAY'S PHOTO FROM THE GAZETTE ARCHIVES: Extension opened at Queen Elizabeth School, Kirkby Lonsdale, in 1968
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.
JONNY Lo conducts his second concert with Lancaster’s Haffner Orchestra on Saturday, February 24, with a very special guest in the spotlight.
"FAR from your average conversion" is how estate agents Davis & Bowring describe this stylish and contemporary property in the lovely Lune Valley village of Burton-in-Lonsdale.
A LAKE District family pharmacy providing an essential community service is under threat of closure as a result of funding cuts and rising drugs costs.
OFFENDERS have broken into Kendal's Whinfell Centre over the weekend, taking speakers and spraying graffiti on the walls.
A SOUTH Lakeland nursery with 'invested and passionate staff' has been judged to be 'outstanding' in an exemplary Ofsted report.
THE A591 is closed in both directions following a collision involving a motorcycle at Staveley.
A GARAGE planned for an Ambleside house has been approved, although 14 neighbouring households objected.
SEVEN camping pods planned for a 20-acre caravan site near Coniston Water met with approval by Lake District National Park Authority planners.
TWO roads that pass through South Lakeland have been named among the most dangerous in Britain.
A NUMBER of industrial have been taken from Edward Duckett's yard in Burton-in-Kendal.