Friday, 27 November 2015

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Soaring costs

Kirkgate extension graphic A Cumbrian arts centre has to find £800,000 more to pay for its planned redevelopment

Refuge cuts

Animal refuge photo An animal rescue centre is planning a major restructure, including job losses, to try to turn its finances around

'I wasn't at risk'

David Brannigan photo A man who sparked a major land and sea search after abandoning his rucksack says he was not missing

Packed festival

Laura Johnson photo The first Taste Cumbria Christmas festival in Cockermouth has all the ingredients for the perfect festive weekend

Also in the news

Cumbrians hit the shops in Black Friday bonanza

Black Friday bargain hunters have started to trickle out as Cumbrian traders brace themselves for a hopeful boost as the pre-Christmas rush gets underway.
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Not for sale

Blencathra photo A charity claims it is still in negotiations to buy a mountain – despite the fact it is no longer for sale on the open market

Flights boost

Carlisle Airport photo Hopes of scheduled passenger flights from Carlisle Airport have received a huge boost

Reality star

Derek Heggie photo A bare-knuckle boxer from Carlisle is to feature in a reality show revealing the build-up to a big fight night

Woman of year

Rachel Holliday photo A tireless campaigner who launched a homeless hostel has been named Cumbria's woman of the year

Also in the news

Man admits assaulting woman during bus journey

A bus passenger has admitted assaulting a female stranger during a journey in north Cumbria.

Carlisle United latest

Curle: New deal matches my ambitions for Carlisle Utd

Keith Curle photo Keith Curle has described his new contract at Carlisle United as an “incentivised” deal which will end long-standing confusion over the manager’s role behind the scenes at Brunton Park.

Sport latest

Call for Workington Reds to make most of home advantage

Jake Simpson photo Workington Reds assistant boss Lee Andrews says his side must make home advantage count ahead of tomorrow’s game against Ilkeston.
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Has the bubble burst on Black Friday?

Yes. You can get bargains every day for weeks now

No way! I bagged a load of bargains

After the manic scenes of last year it was always going to settle down

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