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The News and Star
Cumbrian managers looking for a competitive match as Penrith AFC play Carlisle City in a friendlyManagers Jim Nichols and James Tose are looking for a competitive match as Penr
The News and Star / Posted 23 hours ago
Managers Jim Nichols and James Tose are looking for a competitive match as Penrith AFC travel to play Carlisle City. Both sides will continue their build-up to their respective 2017/18 league seasons with the friendly at Gillford Park this... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Last chance to submit entries for in-cumbria Business Awardsby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group which includes in-cumbria, said: "There has been a fantastic response to this... Read more
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The News and Star
Last chance to submit entries for in-cumbria Business Awardsby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group which includes in-cumbria, said: "There has been a fantastic response to this... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Last chance to submit entries for in-cumbria Business Awardsby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group which includes in-cumbria, said: "There has been a fantastic response to this... Read more
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The News and Star
Last chance to put in your business award entriesby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group which includes in-cumbria, said: "There has been a fantastic response to this... Read more
7 related articles
2d
Whitehaven News
Last chance to put in your business award entriesby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
Whitehaven News / Posted 2 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group which includes in-cumbria, said: "There has been a fantastic response to this... Read more
7 related articles
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Last chance to put in your business award entriesby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 2 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group which includes in-cumbria, said: "There has been a fantastic response to this... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Last chance to put in your business award entriesby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group which includes in-cumbria, said: "There has been a fantastic response to this... Read more
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4d
The News and Star
Carlisle Cricket Club beat Cleator to reach the County Cup FinalThere were raucous celebrations at Edenside on Sunday as Carlisle Cricket Club
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
There were raucous celebrations at Edenside on Sunday as Carlisle Cricket Club held off Cleator in a nerve-jangling County Cup semi-final to book a place in the final against Furness next month. Defending 188 from their 40 overs, Carlisle were... Read more
9d
The News and Star
Final call for the stars of Cumbria to enter our business awardsby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
The News and Star / Posted 9 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group, is keen to get as many entrants as possible for the awards and encouraged any... Read more
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9d
Whitehaven News
Final call for the stars of Cumbria to enter our business awardsby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
Whitehaven News / Posted 9 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group, is keen to get as many entrants as possible for the awards and encouraged any... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Final call for the stars of Cumbria to enter our business awardsby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 9 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group, is keen to get as many entrants as possible for the awards and encouraged any... Read more
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9d
North-West Evening Mail
Final call for the stars of Cumbria to enter our business awardsby the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at th
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 9 days ago
by the BBC's media editor Amol Rajan, a former editor of The Independent, at the Halston Hotel in Carlisle on November 9. James Higgins, group editor with the CN Group, is keen to get as many entrants as possible for the awards and encouraged any... Read more
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15d
The News and Star
Cleator keep one eye on Lord's as they look to reach quarter-finals of the National Village CupCleator are still standing in the National Village Cup competition, with plenty
The News and Star / Posted 15 days ago
Cleator are still standing in the National Village Cup competition, with plenty to look forward to over the second-half of the season. On Sunday they travel to Hawk Green, members of the Derbyshire and Cheshire League, a club which is based in... Read more
18d
The News and Star
West Cumbrian footballer sentenced after admitting assaultsA West Cumbrian footballer who broke a man's nose with a headbutt has been hand
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
A West Cumbrian footballer who broke a man's nose with a headbutt has been handed a suspended jail sentence. Thomas James Mahone, 21, of Weddicar Gardens, Cleator Moor, appeared before magistrates on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to two charges of... Read more
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18d
Whitehaven News
West Cumbrian footballer sentenced after admitting assaultsA West Cumbrian footballer who broke a man's nose with a headbutt has been hand
Whitehaven News / Posted 18 days ago
A West Cumbrian footballer who broke a man's nose with a headbutt has been handed a suspended jail sentence. Thomas James Mahone, 21, of Weddicar Gardens, Cleator Moor, appeared before magistrates on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to two charges of... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
West Cumbrian footballer sentenced after admitting assaultsA West Cumbrian footballer who broke a man's nose with a headbutt has been hand
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 18 days ago
A West Cumbrian footballer who broke a man's nose with a headbutt has been handed a suspended jail sentence. Thomas James Mahone, 21, appeared before magistrates on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to two charges of assault. The court heard Sellafield... Read more
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27d
The News and Star
Bonny Babies 40 years on - look how previous winners turned out!for more than one year) * The most popular names in the first year were Nicola
The News and Star / Posted 27 days ago
for more than one year) * The most popular names in the first year were Nicola, Joanne and Claire for girls and Mark, James and Andrew for boys * In the 1980s popular names were Jessica and Sarah and Matthew and Richard. * Classic names... Read more

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