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Wednesday, 01 October 2014

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Staying on course

John Hastings photo John Hastings is hoping to smash his Great Cumbrian Run record – so long as he doesn’t get lost again

Musical youth

StagedRight  photo Young drama students are ready to make their dreams come true as they prepare to take the stage for an epic musical

Castle to burn

Fireshow photo Carlisle Castle’s fortress walls will go up in flames next month at the city's annual fireshow

Minister jailed

John Armstrong photo The woman who led the prosecution against a Wigton ex-soldier has herself been jailed for four years

Flats planned

Peter Watson photo The owner of a nightclub wants to close it in the new year and turn the site into flats (4 comments)

Land sale

Martin Pugmire photo A toilet block valued at £120,000 has been sold by a council for just £1, it's been revealed

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Teething problems

Tooth photo The Carlisle district is the worst in Cumbria when it comes to visible tooth decay in three-year-olds, a survey shows (1 comment)

Tax disc changes

Tax disc Changes to vehicle tax disc rules come into force today. Do you know what they are? (76 comments)

Huge contract

Sellafield photo A major nuclear decommissioning contract, potentially worth £336 million, has been awarded by Sellafield

Cockfrock returns

Cockfrock photo Fashionistas and bargain-hunters are set to return to help raise funds to redevelop a theatre

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