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Tuesday, 03 March 2015

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No comebacks

Keenan Park photo Action is being taken to stop illegal camps being set up in a Carlisle park

Squirrel cull

Grey squirrel photo The prospect of a grey squirrel cull in Cumbria has come closer following the success of an experiment in Anglesey

CCTV plea

CCTV image Police have issued a CCTV picture of a man they want to speak to in connection with an assault on a teenager

School places

mbclare More than 93 per cent of children in Cumbria have landed a place at their first choice secondary school (4 comments)

Lifestyle survey

Stun guns

stungunndfgf More police officers in Cumbria could become armed with stun guns

Only the brave

edwardboylefggf Cumbria has been revealed as the bravest county during World War One

Jobs row

johnstevenson1111 Conservative John Stevenson has defended his decision to carry on working as a solicitor after his election as Carlisle’s MP

Sounds promising

Headphone photo Pupils from a school near Carlisle have designed an ear clip to hold headphones in place

Also in the news

Widow suing MoD after soldier husband killed in crash

Greenfields photo A widow is suing the Ministry of Defence after her soldier husband died in a horror car crash involving an “unsafe” Army Land Rover.

Bitter success

Joe Fagan photo A father and son have won a pub award after taking over the business just a year ago

New treatment

Nicki Butterworth photo A mum who set up a bucket list after being given months to live has been told new treatment could buy her years

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Age of the train

haventrainfggfgf Sunday trains between two Cumbrian towns are to return for the first time since the 1970s

Faster service

Patrick McLoughlin photo Hourly express trains are set to run between Cumbria and Newcastle, it has been announced

Also in the news

Cumbrian man thrown off train 'attacked' police officer

A man who had been thrown off a late-night train for being drunk and disorderly allegedly assaulted a police officer.

Carlisle United latest

Carlisle boss calls for boos ban against Cheltenham

Keith Curle photo Carlisle United boss Keith Curle has called for a boos ban at tonight’s crucial six-pointer against Cheltenham.

Sport latest

Whitehaven lad committed to Workington Town

Jamie Doran photo Despite being a Whitehaven lad, Jamie Doran insists that his heart is in it for Workington after making his debut on dual-registration in Sunday’s 33-6 win over Doncaster.

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