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Tuesday, 28 April 2015

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Opinion & columns

Keep a couple of dreams up your sleeve and you’ll discover that old age has some benefits

Dressed to the teeth – for a man who still prefers jeans and T-shirts – his smile wasn’t quite so wide as usual. He’s normally such a happy chap.

Last updated 3 October 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Very sweet of those nice folk at the council to take an interest but no wedding bells here

Rumours of matrimony are greatly exaggerated. No cake, no frock, no rings nor patter of slamming doors. I’m still the singleton – or to be more legally accurate the happy divorcee – in spite of some suspicions to the contrary.

Last updated 26 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Cumbria deserves its own TV station

THE sad but all too predictable news that Ofcom is to allow ITV to cut its local news programmes spells the end for Border TV.

Last updated 26 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Be inspired by Lorna

CARING isn’t second nature for teenager Lorna Mulholland, it’s her instinctive first thought.

Last updated 26 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

People power can enrich communities

SINCE the dawn of time, or however long council tax bills have been issued, people in Cumbria and the rest of the country have been given an element of choice over their public services: like it or lump it.

Last updated 26 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

People power can enrich communities

SINCE the dawn of time, or however long council tax bills have been issued, people in Cumbria and the rest of the country have been given an element of choice over their public services: like it or lump it.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

A courageous teen

FOR AN inspirational story look no further than Carlisle teenager Alex Walker. A kidney transplant at the age of 10 saved Alex’s life. And seven years later she is well enough to climb up Ben Nevis to raise funds for Kidney Research UK.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Deserving heroes

Unsung heroes whose voluntary or community work makes a big difference to others will be celebrated at the first Cumbria Community Awards on Thursday, organised by Cumbria County Council. As services diminish, isolated towns and villages struggle to survive. But these awards confirm that there’s still plenty of community spirit around.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Help police keep a grip on your kids

IT ONLY takes a relatively small number of drunken louts shouting and swearing, pushing and shoving, fighting or damaging property to make a large number of innocent passers-by feel ill at ease and intimidated.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Avoid growing pains Inspirational fighter

In July, as part of its mission to provide significantly more affordable housing, the government set a new target of three million homes to be built in the UK by 2020.Our hearts go out to Penrith 16-year-old Brad Reed and his family following the devastating news that the leukaemia with which he was first diagnosed more than five years ago has returned.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Resolve to prosper

A new year beckons with all the accompanying possibilities and promise a turn of the calendar’s page represents.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Criminal idea would penalise our police

IT BODES badly for forces of law and order when the chief inspector of constabulary envisages future policing as a shrinking, penny-pinching operation, stealing from law-abiding Peter to pay Paul in his area of higher crime.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Sue was inspiration

Sue Bennett’s life and work touched hundreds more people in Cumbria than the family and friends who are mourning her tragically premature death, aged 47, in a canoeing accident on the River Eden.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

A birthday celebration with champagne and sausage? It could only be done in Cumbria

We were a mixed bunch. Motley even. All ages, shapes and sizes; complexions ranging from Mediterranean tan to Cumbria pasty face. Sipping Pimm’s through cucumber, we were in celebratory mood.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

I can stand divorce, death and drama – but a wayward apostrophe still gives me the willies

They’re back then. Some with smiles, some with scowls, some with new blazers bought for the growing into. A new school year has begun.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Dental work needed

IT was less than two years ago when The Cumberland News reported on a shortage of NHS dentists.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Inspirational couple

TYING the knot is one of the happiest days of your life.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Think again on fees

Local authorities have been contracting out their services for many years so we should not, perhaps, be surprised that Cumbria County Council spends large sums on consultants’ fees.

Last updated 19 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

Kiss, make-up and get on with the job

Big rows over little differences are never worth the bitter acrimony nor the knock-on difficulties and pain they cause. Grown-ups know that.

Last updated 12 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

I can stand divorce, death and drama – but a wayward apostrophe still gives me the willies

They’re back then. Some with smiles, some with scowls, some with new blazers bought for the growing into. A new school year has begun.

Last updated 12 September 2008
Published by http://www.cumberland-news.co.uk

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