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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Nuclear family

Sellafield engineer Lynsay Kelly has won an award from the Nuclear Institute, just after her sister was crowned “apprentice of the year” in the Golden Apples

Matron accused

Maureen Goldwater photo A matron accused of using her authority to obtain prescriptions for herself and her family is facing a misconduct hearing

All-night disco bid

Chasers photo Plans for a major retail development in the city centre have been hailed as the latest sign of Carlisle’s regeneration

Village idyll

Paula Skelly photo It is the quaintness and community spirit of St Bees and nearby Moor Row that attracts families

Fighting back

Milano fire photo Owners of a Carlisle takeaway which was gutted by a blaze have confirmed that they are already hoping to reopen the business

Self-funding ideas

Talkin Tarn photo Waterzorbing and sailboarding are among attractions which could be introduced to a north Cumbrian beauty spot (12 comments)

Grizzly bear

Bear claws photo VIDEO A close-up encounter with a grizzly bear was well and truly caught on film by a Cumbrian student on a trip to Canada

Neon lights

neon jungle photo WITH VIDEO A new headline act has been revealed to turn on Carlisle’s Christmas lights (14 comments)

Maternity service

Jamie Reed photo Campaigners to hold meeting to garner support for fight against plans to charge residents £20 to park

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Ex-cinema for sale

Carlton cinema photo One of Maryport’s historic “cornerstone” buildings is set to go under the hammer at a knockdown price

Rail crash probe

West Coast crash A crash in which a train driver was injured happened after confusion over where the second loco would be parked

Also in the news

Mystery surrounds death of baby girl in Cumbria

A baby girl’s death in Cumbria, remains a mystery after nearly two years, a coroner has ruled.

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