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Thursday, 25 December 2014

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Yobs tried to attach firework to cat’s tail

A KELLS resident has branded youths who tried to attach a firework to a cat’s tail as “sick and heartless”.

Last updated 6 November 2014
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Children team up for BBC charity record

CESUNBEAMS061101 CELEBRITIES are singing with disabled children from Cumbria for the BBC Children in Need single.

Last updated 6 November 2014
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Make dream come true for James, 14

James Burns photo A WISH to walk for a Whitehaven boy could be answered by a life-changing £60,000 operation. (2 comments)

Last updated 6 November 2014
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Hospital petition on way to No10

HEALTH campaigner Siobhan Gearing is heading to Downing Street today (Thursday) to hand in a 22,000-name petition. (1 comment)

Last updated 6 November 2014
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Junior school takes ‘effective action’

A WHITEHAVEN school, which had been underperforming is now taking “effective action” says Ofsted.

Last updated 6 November 2014
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Halloween Spooks

50069890W004.jpg There were spooky goings on across Copeland at Halloween. Browse through our ghoulish slideshow of pictures if you dare.

Last updated 5 November 2014
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Cage-fighter brothers jailed for assault

Thompson brothers photo BROTHERS Martin and Kevin Thompson have been sent to prison for unprovoked assaults.

Last updated 3 November 2014
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Walk a mile in Rob's shoes

AN adventurous walker will be speaking about his 1,000-mile charity trek in Gosforth next week.

Last updated 31 October 2014
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‘Embarrassed’ shopper refused alcohol at Tesco

cetesjenk A SHOPPER was left embarrassed as Tesco refused to serve him alcohol, claiming he was drunk. (9 comments)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Thousands face transfer to Carlisle

AN EXTRA 2,380 seriously ill patients – including children and women in labour – may have to travel to Carlisle for treatment.

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Our medical records moved to the North-East

A HEALTH campaigner said the removal of medical records yesterday from the West Cumberland Hospital to the North-East was “cavalier’’ and “worrying’’. (1 comment)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Jamie Reed - ‘Health bosses prejudice maternity review’

christinewharrierrd HEALTH bosses have been accused of “prejudicing the maternity review” by Copeland’s MP.

Last updated 30 October 2014
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‘Women and babies will die’

ceWalsh3010 “WOMEN and babies will die” if maternity services are stripped from West Cumberland Hospital. (2 comments)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Children and seriously ill will be forced to travel to Carlisle

jezrmwmn IT’S not just West Cumberland Hospital’s maternity unit which is under threat – now 430 of the sickest children and 1,000 seriously ill adults could have to travel by ambulance to Carlisle for treatment.

Last updated 30 October 2014
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1lb Wesley would have died without the WCH

cewesandmum THIS strapping 18-year-old weighed just over one pound when he was born – and was not expected to live.

Last updated 30 October 2014
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The hunt to find coal at St Bees

JFdrilling THEY’VE been drilling down to find coal at St Bees beach car park all week, part of the new West Cumbria Mining Company’s (WCM) investigations before it embarks on coal extraction. (2 comments)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Police manhunt after spate of flashing

A SPATE of flashing incidents have taken place in West Cumbria. (1 comment)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Nicole's lucky to be alive after haemorrhage

CENMOORER3010 A WOMAN who had a brain haemorrhage says she’s lucky to be alive. (1 comment)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Songstress Lesley Garrett forced to postpone gig

JFlesley3 A CONCERT with legendary soprano Lesley Garrett and the West Cumberland Choral Society has been postponed. (1 comment)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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Romar joins Ebola fight

A WHITEHAVEN company is helping in the fight against the Ebola crisis by making protective suits for overseas medics. (2 comments)

Last updated 30 October 2014
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