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Date: Tuesday 29th December 2015
IS it really Christmas already? It really is true that as you get older, and that does not necessarily mean ancient, things come around with a rapidity which increases with every year. It’s like a whirlpool where the closer you get to the centre the faster you go. It cannot be Christmas again. I’ve only just got over digesting last year’s turkey.
Date: Monday 8th April 2013
SIX months into the job, Cumbria police and crime commissioner Richard Rhodes has been outlining his future priorities in maintaining the county as a safe place in which to live. Top of the list are victims of crime, youth justice and domestic violence.
Date: Monday 11th October 2010
THERE were contrasting reactions as the gavel fell at more than £2 million when the Crosby Garrett Helmet was auctioned in London on Thursday, delivering a blow to the hopes of campaigners in the county who wanted to keep the Roman artefact in Cumbria but bringing unforeseen riches to the finder and the Eden owner of the land on which it was discovered.
Date: Friday 16th October 2009
AS another Cumbrian wind farm inquiry looms next week over plans for nine turbines, each 102 metres high, near Berrier, I can’t help thinking that the “green” message would have got itself across to locals more effectively had developers not been so hard-nosed and arrogant.