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Thursday, 31 July 2014

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Opinion & columns

Global meltdown? It’s suddenly become personal

Agnes is a friend of mine. She doesn’t see very well – but I kind of hope the two are not related.

Last updated 9 October 2009
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Democracy comes with fire in bellies

The theory is that people power can move mountains... not to mention windfarms, ancient cobbles and unwanted boulders.

Last updated 2 October 2009
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Even the Nazis can bring culture to our fair city

I may have been mistaken but I thought I saw a Nazi running through Carlisle the other morning.

Last updated 2 October 2009
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Women: we’re not entirely useless...

He was shouting loudly, gesticulating wildly, attracting too much attention and I’m now slightly ashamed to say, I was shown up.

Last updated 25 September 2009
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Love is knowing when to be hero – or act helpless

He was shouting loudly, gesticulating wildly, attracting too much attention and I’m now slightly ashamed to say, I was shown up.

Last updated 25 September 2009
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Debate is needed on future of councils

COUNTY council leader Jim Buchanan believes Cumbria has too many councillors and admits elected members are costing taxpayers too much money.

Last updated 25 September 2009
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We’ll all need a speakeasy when the lights go out

The hand of history hovered menacingly at shoulder height. Prohibition being imminent, I was edging dangerously closer to outlaw status.

Last updated 18 September 2009
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Much to consider over Tarn homes

TO describe plans for the development of the old Tarn End House Hotel at Talkin Tarn as divisive would be misleading, since no one has yet openly registered support for the scheme.

Last updated 18 September 2009
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Time to tear down the walls in our way

Cafe owner Kate Budniak’s disappointed sentiments will undoubtedly echo elsewhere in Carlisle – as plans to bid for City of Culture get underway in earnest.

Last updated 11 September 2009
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Holidays near my home come with tricky questions

It wasn’t a question I was prepared to answer honestly. “Go on Auntie Anne, tell us what naughty scandals are lurking in your past?” So I lied.

Last updated 11 September 2009
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Co-operation can lead to benefits

IT’S becoming increasingly clear that developers aiming to build and grow their own businesses need to promise something to the wider community if they are to win support for their commercial ventures.

Last updated 4 September 2009
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We all deserve a choice of where we shop – or not

There’s nothing like the prospect of a spot of shopping to release argumentative juices.

Last updated 4 September 2009
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Valuable chances for school leavers

IN any recession it is often the younger people with few skills or little experience who bear the brunt of it.

Last updated 4 September 2009
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We’ll need more than Sands to be Capital of Culture

Much as I love Carlisle – and I do, I really do – I confess to a struggle with the idea of it becoming the UK’s cultural capital.

Last updated 21 August 2009
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Getting closer to the dental summit

THE climb from this country’s damaging NHS dental care crisis is proving a long and hard one – and we’re by no means at the top of the hill yet.

Last updated 21 August 2009
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It’s time to spot the red faces of green crusaders

All change again. Rewind to pre-green brainwash and aim a self-satisfied smile towards crusaders who’ve had you marked as subversive for peeling polythene off your peppers.

Last updated 14 August 2009
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These men deserve the status of hero

A WORLD War Two hero and an Afghanistan war veteran. More than half a century separates them – but Harry Dobinson and Paul Davidson are really not so different.

Last updated 14 August 2009
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I haven’t got the stomach for this haggis wrangling

Not since Charles Darwin threw his trouble-making spanner into the works of the origins of man has there been such an unseemly fuss and fluster.

Last updated 14 August 2009
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Muddled messages over Renaissance

Rumbling disgruntlement at progress or otherwise made by Carlisle Renaissance shows little sign of abating.

Last updated 7 August 2009
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Cumbrian soldiers, go with our prayers for your safety

Another grim week in this year’s bloodiest month of July. More dead soldiers made their final journeys home beneath the national flag.

Last updated 7 August 2009
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