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Friday, 28 November 2014

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Counting the cost of a good night out

One of the first things that people cut back on in tough financial times is a night out.

Last updated 22 September 2011
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These lines on a map don’t make sense

Today we are waking up to the impact on communities of the coalition government’s policy to reduce the number of MPs to 600.

Last updated 15 September 2011
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How much power in hands of planners?

Rural planning issues are the subject of much heated debate at the moment.

Last updated 8 September 2011
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Why sport is such a win-win for us all

There's a saying that a team is where a child can prove its courage, but a gang is where a coward goes to hide.

Last updated 1 September 2011
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Charity’s death by a thousand cuts

If local businesses are finding it tough in the present economic climate, then spare a thought for our charity groups.

Last updated 25 August 2011
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We need answers over failed zone bid

What does the so-called Discovery Park in Sandwich, Kent, have that Lillyhall, Workington, doesn’t?

Last updated 18 August 2011
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Time to look again at the thin blue line

So Harrington isn’t Hackney, but what we witnessed across swathes of inner city England this week does affect us all.

Last updated 11 August 2011
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Japanese quake sent tremors to our door

THE Japanese earthquake has certainly had far reaching consequences.

Last updated 4 August 2011
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Scandal of West Cumbrian insurance postcode lottery

Much has rightly been made of our area’s remarkable resilience and recovery after the floods of 2009.

Last updated 28 July 2011
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A flood of theories in search of an answer

The floods of November 2009 certainly followed an unprecedented period of heavy rain.

Last updated 21 July 2011
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Breaking news: all human life is here

Away from all the hacking, the ducking and the diving at the top, life goes on.

Last updated 14 July 2011
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The human values at the heart of war

Details revealed at the inquest into the death of Aspatria soldier Sergeant David Monkhouse go right to the heart of modern warfare.

Last updated 7 July 2011
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Strikes just remind us of the old school

Today’s strikes stirred up a rhetoric of workplace tribalism that we haven’t heard for a long time. (1 comment)

Last updated 30 June 2011
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Moving on from Tesco ‘sell by’ date

Allerdale council’s announcement that it won’t now sell part of Workington’s Cloffocks site to Tesco came as a major surprise, but was certainly decisive.

Last updated 24 June 2011
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We must hang on to the weekly round

One of the best things that Allerdale council has done is to continue with its weekly bin collection service.

Last updated 16 June 2011
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What those Romans can still do for us

With the economy in such a precarious position, we are certainly having to dig deep for inspiration.

Last updated 9 June 2011
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All aboard the good ship enterprise

Amid all the doom and gloom about the economy one important piece of news has quietly slipped across the radar.

Last updated 2 June 2011
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This grave insult to grieving families

There are times when you just have to scratch your head and wonder if the world has gone a bit loopy.

Last updated 19 May 2011
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Taking hold of a poisoned chalice

The people have spoken.

Last updated 12 May 2011
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Support for disabled and vulnerable is crucial

We pride ourselves on being a civilised society.

Last updated 5 May 2011
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