Wednesday, 25 November 2015

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Visit scrapped

Clem Coady photo Teachers at a north Cumbrian school have cancelled a trip to Paris in the wake of the terror attacks

Have you seen him?

James Clark photo An urgent appeal has been made to find a man last seen leaving a hospital on Sunday night

Moving in?

Prezzo graphic An Italian restaurant chain has revealed plans to move into one of Carlisle city centre’s most prominent sites

Nursery anger

Jack and Jill nursery photo Bosses at a Carlisle nursery are furious after they splashed out on new play equipment which was only partially built

Also in the news

Planning officers urge rejection of wind turbine near Workington

Planning officers at Allerdale council have recommended refusing a wind turbine application because of a number of fundamental issues.
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'End of my tether'

Alan Toole photo One of Cumbria’s longest serving Conservative county councillors has resigned from his party.

Judge's concerns

Judge Hughes photo A Carlisle judge has voiced his worries over a controversial fee that convicted criminals are being ordered to pay

Brampton lights

Brampton lights photo Lucky Lucy McCluskey has started the countdown to Christmas in her home town

Supermarket backed

Lidl Cockermouth graphic Nearly two thirds of people responding to plans for a new budget supermarket in west Cumbria have backed them

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