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“In the defendant’s bedroom they seized a computer tower and tablet, along with further computerised equipment,” said Ms Mc Gregor.

These were analysed and 55 indecent images were found – four classed in category B and the rest in C.

The campaign led by The Whitehaven News, Times & Star, the News & Star and The Cumberland News was one of 28 successful campaigns nationally shortlisted for the accolade. In a double whammy, The Cumberland News won Weekly Newspaper of the Year for 2017.

Save Our Services was launched to urge a rethink of controversial plans to overhaul parts of the NHS in north, west and east Cumbria - most controversially radically reforming maternity care at Whitehaven's West Cumberland Hospital and the closure of community hospital beds in Maryport, Wigton and Alston.

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The principal newspapers held by Cumbria libraries and archive centres are: Adairs Maryport Advertiser 1853 - 1905 held at Maryport Library Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser 1874 - 1881 held at Alston Library Ambleside Herald 1880 - 1887 held at Kendal Library Barrow Guardian 1910 - 1947 held at Barrow Archive Centre Barrow Herald 1864 - 1914 held at Barrow Archive Centre Barrow News 1883 - 1986 held at Barrow Archive Centre Carlisle Express and Examiner 1857 - 1913 held at Carlisle Library Carlisle Journal 1801 - 1968 Carlisle Library Carlisle Patriot 1815 - 1910 Carlisle Library Cumberland and Westmorland Herald 1860 61, 1869, 1873 to date held at Penrith Library Cumberland News 1910 to date held at Carlisle Library Cumberland Pacquet 1774 - 1915 held at Carlisle, Whitehaven, Workington, Penrith, and Kendal Libraries and Whitehaven Archive Centre.

East Cumberland News 1883-1907 held in Carlisle Library English Lakes Visitor 1877 - 1910 held at Carlisle Library Evening News 1910 to date held at Carlisle Library Evening Star 1929 - 1967 held at Workington Library Grange Visitor 1875 - 1891 held at Kendal Library Kendal and County News 1888 - 1899 held at Kendal Library Kendal Herald 1864 - 1866 held at Kendal Library Kendal Mercury 1834 - 1917 held at Kendal Library Kendal Weekly Courant 1731-32 held at Kendal Library Keswick Reminder 1915 to date held at Keswick Library Lakes Herald 1880 - 1916 held at Kendal Library Lancaster Gazette 1801 - 1850 held at Kendal Library and Barrow Archive Centre Millom Gazette 1892 - 1933 held at Barrow and Whitehaven Archive Centres Newcastle Courant 1711 - 1800 held at Carlisle Library, Kendal Library, Whitehaven Archive Centre North Western Daily Mail 1898 - 1940 held at Barrow Archive Centre North West Evening Mail 1941 to date held at Barrow Archive Centre Penrith Observer 1860 - 1968 held at Penrith Library Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser 1848 - 1914 held at Barrow Archive Centre Ulverston Mirror and Furness Reflector 1860 - 1885 held at Barrow Archive Centre West Cumberland Times 1874 - 1966 held at Workington Library West Cumberland Times and Star 1967 to date held at Workington Library Westmorland Advertiser and Kendal Chronicle 1811 - 1834 held at Kendal Library Westmorland Gazette 1818 to date held at Kendal Library Whitehaven News 1856 to date held at Whitehaven Archive Centre Wigton Advertiser 1857 - 1940 held at Carlisle and Wigton Libraries Workington Star 1904 - 1967 held at Workington Library All the above titles are held on 35 mm microfilm The newspapers and news pamphlets gathered by the Reverend Charles Burney (1757-1817) represent the largest single collection of 17th and 18th century English news media.

Thanks for all donations in aid of St Andrew's Church, Mirehouse. ARMSTRONG, Carol Elizabeth - Jim and family would like to thank all friends and relatives for their cards, messages of sympathy and kind support at this sad time.

Special thanks to staff at the West Cumberland Hospital and the Rev Paul Kerry for the lovel......