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North-West Evening Mail
From Micky Moore at Barrow to Brian Clough at Leeds United - some of football's shortest reignsBARROW AFC are on the hunt for a new manager following the sacking of Micky Moo
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
BARROW AFC are on the hunt for a new manager following the sacking of Micky Moore after the Bluebirds crashed out of the F.A. Cup. Moore's tenure was short lasting only 11 games in charge. He took over after the departure of Paul Cox on an interim... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Police reveal plans for 24/7 CCTV for Egerton Courtactivity by installing CCTV cameras to monitor Egerton Court. Since stepping i
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 days ago
activity by installing CCTV cameras to monitor Egerton Court. Since stepping into his new role last month, Inspector Jim Bailey has wasted little time in identifying Egerton Court on Barrow Island as one of Barrow's biggest policing... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow ABC boxers put in some impressive displays on the roadPROMISING Barrow ABC youngster Brandon Smith made it two wins out of two with a
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 days ago
PROMISING Barrow ABC youngster Brandon Smith made it two wins out of two with an impressive display on Welsh soil. Smith earned a unanimous verdict at the Clywd Boxing Club show at Rhyl Town Hall. It was 16-year-old south paw Smith’s second win in... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Fresh start pledged for Barrow Island following multi-million pound investmentto consign its problems to the history books. A garden party was held at the M
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 days ago
to consign its problems to the history books. A garden party was held at the Maritime Apartments in Barque Street, Barrow Island, which recently underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment. Attracting residents and neighbours, the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Man jailed for killing girlfriend's hamsters as 'she preferred rodents to him'her to him.The court heard Fox killed a hamster because he believed his girlfri
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
her to him.The court heard Fox killed a hamster because he believed his girlfriend 'preferred' it to him (Image: JIM BENNETT)Read More In March last year the scaffolder, whose current girlfriend is pregnant, killed another hamster and... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
New Barrow centre enables group to offer more vital support to womenwith teenagers from the age of 14 through to adults. Because of growing demand
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 16 days ago
with teenagers from the age of 14 through to adults. Because of growing demand, the group has moved from Duke Street, Barrow, to the Nan Tait Centre in Abbey Road. Women's Community Matters development manager, Katy Wilson-Scott, said the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
TV star accused of drink drivingof drink driving Wednesday, October 04, 2017 Charity worker, businessman and
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
of drink driving Wednesday, October 04, 2017 Charity worker, businessman and a star of RTÉ’s Secret Millionaire show, Jim Breen, has appeared in court in Killarney on a drink-driving charge. Jim Breen at Killarney Court yesterday. The charity... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Police vs Fire: Fitness showdown decides who's the best in BarrowA BATTLE of brawn saw members of Barrow's police force and fire service lock ho
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 days ago
A BATTLE of brawn saw members of Barrow's police force and fire service lock horns as they competed in a fitness challenge. The Fit Brit Rise to the Challenge pits contestants in a race against the clock to complete nine exercises as fast as... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Professional boxers return to their Barrow roots to inspire next generation of fightersTWO of Barrow’s best boxing products returned to their roots to give a master-c
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 22 days ago
TWO of Barrow’s best boxing products returned to their roots to give a master-class to youngsters. Newly-crowned English professional light-heavyweight champion Liam Conroy and his friend and unbeaten pro Ross Cooksey took part in session at the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Teen yobs vandalise buildings, attack police officers and cause chaos in Barrow and Ulverstonbut I think that was an excuse to come here to drink and cause trouble." Other
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 23 days ago
but I think that was an excuse to come here to drink and cause trouble." Others who had travelled on the trains between Barrow and Ulverston that evening contacted The Mail to describe how they felt too intimidated by the large crowds of... Read more
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The News and Star
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian townhelp tackle lower level community problems. Responsibilities have been redrawn
The News and Star / Posted 23 days ago
help tackle lower level community problems. Responsibilities have been redrawn, with Carlisle, Eden, Allerdale, Copeland, Barrow and the South Lakes patches having their own leader. Previously in Cumbria, inspectors had responsibility for a wider... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian townhelp tackle lower level community problems. Responsibilities have been redrawn
Whitehaven News / Posted 23 days ago
help tackle lower level community problems. Responsibilities have been redrawn, with Carlisle, Eden, Allerdale, Copeland, Barrow and the South Lakes patches having their own leader. Previously in Cumbria, inspectors had responsibility for a wider... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian townhelp tackle lower level community problems. Responsibilities have been redrawn
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 23 days ago
help tackle lower level community problems. Responsibilities have been redrawn, with Carlisle, Eden, Allerdale, Copeland, Barrow and the South Lakes patches having their own leader. Previously in Cumbria, inspectors had responsibility for a wider... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Public urged to shop teen yobs causing chaos in Barrow and Ulverston after Cumbria-wide appealbut I think that was an excuse to come here to drink and cause trouble." Other
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 23 days ago
but I think that was an excuse to come here to drink and cause trouble." Others who had travelled on the trains between Barrow and Ulverston that evening contacted The Mail to describe how they felt too intimidated by the large crowds of... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Youngsters at risk of death from misusing gas canistersPOLICE have vowed to clamp down on youngsters stealing and misusing gas caniste
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 23 days ago
POLICE have vowed to clamp down on youngsters stealing and misusing gas canisters. Inspector Jim Bailey, of Barrow Police, said the misuse of the gas could prove fatal. The canisters are used to refill lighters and typically contain butane... Read more
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The Ironton Tribune
Meyer: DBs developing slower than expectedJim Naveau jnaveau@limanews.com COLUMBUS — Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says
The Ironton Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
Jim Naveau jnaveau@limanews.com COLUMBUS — Ohio State coach Urban Meyer says he’s a little surprised the Buckeyes’ defensive backs have struggled at times this season. But he’s not startled to be surprised because every season brings something... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Arts-district debut this week; city astircome? THE PRESSURE'S ON Outside, the six-block radius is one continuous const
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
come? THE PRESSURE'S ON Outside, the six-block radius is one continuous construction zone. Cranes tower overhead. A wheelbarrow with cement in it leans against a bank building. A sea of hard hats bob along the streets and in and out of... Read more
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The Inyo Register
Sept. 24)– His Majesty's Airship No. 1, Britain's first rigid airship, is wrecked by str
The Inyo Register / Posted 26 days ago
– His Majesty's Airship No. 1, Britain's first rigid airship, is wrecked by strong winds before her maiden flight at Barrow-in-Furness. 1932 – Gandhi and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar agree to the Poona Pact, which reserved seats in the Indian... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Tear down the 'Victorian slum' that is Egerton Court say frustrated residentsAS Barrow's new police inspector vows to tackle a long-standing crime hotspot,
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 27 days ago
AS Barrow's new police inspector vows to tackle a long-standing crime hotspot, locals have said the town council needs to bite the bullet and tear down the modern day "slums". Inspector Jim Bailey, of Barrow police, has made the bold claim that... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow inspector urges public to back up community support officersTHE public must give their backing to police community support officers to help
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 29 days ago
THE public must give their backing to police community support officers to help tackle crime, says the leader of Barrow's new neighbourhood policing team. Inspector Jim Bailey, who has been with Cumbria Constabulary since 2009, stepped into his new... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Barrow inspector Jim Bailey talks about tackling anti-social behaviour and cleaning up Barrow islandAS new changes to community policing take effect across Cumbria, the man in cha
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 30 days ago
AS new changes to community policing take effect across Cumbria, the man in charge of the neighbourhood operation in Barrow, Inspector Jim Bailey, speaks about his plans to tackle anti-social behaviour and clean up Egerton Court. The inspector who... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Insp Jim Bailey speaks about his role in Barrow's Neighbourhood policing teamof new Neighbourhood Policing Teams for Cumbria north, south and west. In part
North-West Evening Mail / Posted a month ago
of new Neighbourhood Policing Teams for Cumbria north, south and west. In part one of a three-part interview, Inspector Jim Bailey, who runs the NPT for Barrow borough, speaks openly about why he is the man to bring the the force closer to the... Read more
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