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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.
PLANS for a converted barn near Colton hamlet to be used as a holiday let met with approval from Lake District National Park Authority planners.
THREE 'extra special' superbikes from the 1980s and '90s have joined the Lakeland Motor Museum’s ever-expanding motorcycle collection.
TWO cars were involved in a collision on the A590 last Thursday (February 8).
POLICE are investigating after an attempted burglary in Cartmel.
A CUMBRIAN MP has said that figures released to show cash reserves held by police forces only succeeded in highlighting the severe funding problems facing the county's own constabulary.
TWO young males have sustained facial injuries after an alleged assault on Sunday (February 11) morning.
A YELLOW weather warning is in place and there are hazardous driving conditions on the roads this morning due to snow and ice.
THERE has been much said in the media recently about plastic pollution in the oceans.
OUTLINE plans for up to 11 new homes at Hornby village met with unanimous approval.
TODAY'S PHOTO FROM THE GAZETTE ARCHIVES: Kendal-funded destroyer accepts the surrender of German U-Boat in 1945
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 KNIFE surrender is being held across Cumbria this week (February 12-18) in a bid to make the county safer.
BIGGER and better - that's the word from the team behind this year's Settle Stories Festival with more than 70 events in the burgeoning event's 2018 line-up.
MORE and more house hunters are searching for homes with a driveway or garage, says an estate and lettings agency.