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Dorset house prices rise by hundreds - how much your home could be worth
House prices in Dorset have gone up by an average of over £100 in the month of July. In the last 12 months it has risen by 15.5 per cent. Some prices saw a fall despite the general increase in house prices. The average house price in July was £39,157 higher than a year earlier.See the Story
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Met Office issues yellow warning for Edinburgh: what to expect and latest forecast
The yellow weather warning will come into place across most of Scotland at 0:00 on Wednesday October 5, and will last until 11:59pm. The Met Office has said that this specific yellow warning for Edinburgh could bring a variety of weather conditions, including strong winds and some disruption to travel.See the Story
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Strictly’s Tyler completes London Marathon as partner Dianne cheers him on
Strictly Come Dancing contestant Tyler West has completed the London Marathon. The 26-year-old radio DJ is taking part in the BBC One programme with Strictly professional Dianne Buswell. West and Buswell performed a jive to Hit The Road Jack by Buster Poindexter on Saturday night.See the Story
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Bradford MPs react to government U-turn on scrapping 45p tax rate
Kwasi Kwateng first announced plans to scrap 45p higher Income Tax rate. The move led to a backlash against the Government and was blamed as one of the reasons for the Pound crashing against the Dollar last Monday. Mr Javid said he welcomed the steps the current Chancellor had taken to discuss the move with colleagues and the subsequent outcome.See the Story
Market Harborough · Market Harborough
Man taken to hospital after coming off his motorcycle
A MOTORCYCLIST has been taken to hospital after coming off his vehicle.See the Story
Greater Manchester · Greater Manchester
Thousands of uninsured vehicles taken off the roads by Cumbria Police
32,135 uninsured cars seized by Greater Manchester Police since start of 2018. At least 4,727 so far this year, and more than almost anywhere else in UK. More than half a million motors impounded for not having proper insurance. Met Police seized the most, with 62,900, followed by West Midlands and West Yorkshire.See the Story
Cockermouth · Cockermouth
Judge to sentence man who flouted non-contact restraining order
A COCKERMOUTH man who flouted a non-contact restraining order is to be sentenced by a Carlisle Crown Court judge.See the Story
Barrow-in-Furness · Barrow-in-Furness
Tragic inquest held into 24-year-old 'great and genuine' father of one
A CORONER offered heartfelt condolences to relatives of a family-man who 'would do anything for anyone' after he tragically passed away.See the Story
Carlisle, England · Carlisle
Man due to be sentenced for making and distributing indecent images of children
A man is due to be sentenced next week after he admitted making and distributing indecent images of children.See the Story
Carlisle, England · Carlisle
Nominations officially opened for Cumbria Sports Awards
Nominations for the 2022 Cumbria Sports Awards have opened. The awards recognise the outstanding talents, commitment and successes of teams and individuals. There are 11 award categories and winners will be announced across the week of November 21. Nominations could include school teachers or community coaches.See the Story
Green Party · Carlisle
Decision to temporarily close Turkish Baths is 'short-sighted'
Carlisle City Council discussed the future of the site at a meeting on October 3. Cllr Stephen Higgs recommended that the Turkish Baths be 'temporarily suspended' until the 1970s building is demolished. Chair of Carlisle's Green Party Tom Adams said supporters of the campaign are 'rightly angry' and voices are not being heard.See the Story