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Political reporter, BBC Cumbria
More than £3m has been spent on an emergency services base in Cumbria, that still stands half-built when it should should have been finished two years ago, BBC Cumbria has established.
Work on the base for the police, fire and ambulance services in Ulverston, called the Blue Light Hub, was held up by a contractual dispute.
Cumbria County Council has refused to release details of any pay-out to its former contractor.
The authority says it's now got a new builder in place and hopes soon to say more about when work will re-start.
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Vets urge well-meaning owners to limit the treats and keep their pets at a healthy weight.
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Cumbria's ambulance service said it saw a spike in calls over the festive period.
Figures released by the North West Ambulance Service showed it received more than 5,000 calls on New Year's Day alone.
NHS 111, the non-emergency service, also reported a high number of calls, with more than 12,000 recorded on the 28 December.
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