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Wednesday, 27 May 2015

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Legal action?

St Bees School photo The parents of pupils at St Bees School have been advised by lawyers to seek an interim legal injunction to halt its closure

Milk price cut

Richard Sealby photo Dairy farmers face further hardship in Cumbria as Arla announces a milk price cut for June

Gearing up

Steve Bishop photo Businesses are planning to pull together to boost town trade when the Tour of Britain hits west Cumbria

Equipment plea

James Burns photo Volunteers are needed to raise funds to pay for a teenager’s aftercare following a vital operation

Also in the news

Court cases delayed as Cumbria police struggle with computer evidence

Cumbria police badge Suspects are waiting up to two years for cases to come before the courts, as police are struggling to keep on top of mountains of computer evidence.

On the market

Whitelaw house photo The former Cumbrian home of Margaret Thatcher's right-hand man has gone up for sale

Backing Sir Tom

The Shires photo Country pop duo The Shires will be the support act for Sir Tom Jones’ show in Carlisle this summer

Crowd pleasers

Upperby Gala photo SLIDESHOW Stavros Flatley stole the show at a gala day in Carlisle

Music grants

Carlisle Music City photo Carlisle Music City looks set to get one third of its costs for this summer’s series of performances paid for

Queen's speech

P68960 Health, education and employment are all likely to feature in the Queen’s Speech today

Victims remembered

Quintinshill service photo A memorial service has taken place to remember two Carlisle railway workers killed in rail disaster of 100 years ago

Carlisle United latest

Lapping concern over Carlisle United bid by ‘outsider’

Andrew Lapping photo Andrew Lapping today expressed his dismay that Carlisle United could fall into the hands of an owner from outside of the area.

Sport latest

Wins have boosted players, claims Workington Town coach

Phil Veivers photo Workington Town coach Phil Veivers insists that two victories on the bounce have given his side the confidence they needed ahead of a difficult Championship programme.

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