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Tuesday, 26 May 2015

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Emma's talent joy

A Cumbrian singer has beaten off competition from thousands of people to make it through to the live semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent.

Chipping in

Charity golf photo Golfers are being urged to turn out for a charity day in memory of a well-known Maryport man

Back home

scafell An animal welfare charity is celebrating after tracking down the owner of a dog found at the top of England’s highest mountain

Tragedy remembered

Quintinshill photo A memorial service was held to commemorate the lives of 227 people, mostly soldiers, who died in the UK’s worst ever train disaster.

Treasure trove

Viking treasure find photo Viking treasure has been described as the “find of a lifetime” by two Cumbrian archaeological enthusiasts

Charity teams

Hospices photo Eden Valley Hospice and Jigsaw, Cumbria’s children’s hospice, are to benefit from a link up with a major Carlisle business

Top award

John Story photo The finance director of a Carlisle company has been named as Britain’s ‘young finance professional of the year’

£180,000 makeover

Griffin pub photo A popular pub on Carisle's Botchergate is being given a big vote of confidence thanks to a £180,000 refurbishment.

Wasted cash

St Bees School photo More than £1m will be wasted to pay for the closure and reopening of St Bees School, it is claimed

First look

West Cumberland rebuild photo WITH VIDEO Health bosses have given a glimpse inside west Cumbria's new £90m hospital

We're the opposition

Mike Starkie photo Copeland's Labour group, which has an overall majority of council seats, refuses to join independent mayor's executive

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Sport latest

Tyla Hepi sin-binning costly says Whitehaven coach James Coyle

Jack Murphy photo Whitehaven head coach James Coyle said that the sin-binning of Tyla Hepi in Saturday’s 26-20 derby defeat against Workington cost his side the game.

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