Saturday, 29 August 2015

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New arrival

A late summer arrival saw an extra set of stripes unexpectedly appear in the zebra paddock at an animal attraction

'Heritage crime'

Ewanrigg hall photo A fire that destroyed much of an historic mansion has been branded “shocking” by a national heritage group

Cinema reopening

Gaiety cinema photo Whitehaven's Gaiety Cinema - closed 12 years ago - is to reopen permanently this autumn

'Really dangerous' claim

No footpath photo Frustrated residents say they’re scared to walk down a busy road which a housing developer has yet to make safe (14 comments)

Widow's anguish

Bill Barker photo Widow of floods PC Bill Barker says thieves who targeted his gravestone “knew exactly” who they were stealing from

Also in the news

Extra police on bank holiday weekend patrol

Justin Bibby photo Extra police will patrol Cumbria’s nightlife hotspots during this weekend’s key Bank Holiday drinking times.

No signals

Whitehaven photo Cumbria is the ninth worst area for mobile coverage in mainland England, figures show (15 comments)

New M&S shop

Marks & Spencer Simply Food photo Bosses at Marks & Spencer have been given the go-ahead to open a new store in Carlisle, creating 55 jobs (13 comments)

Centre closes

Pam Eland photo Cumbria Pride has been thrown into crisis with the closure at the weekend of Carlisle's LGBT centre (50 comments)

Contract lost

 Cafe West photo A group which provides opportunities for the disabled has lost the rights to run a hospital cafe (16 comments)

Final respects

Mikey Wolfe photo A town came to a standstill in tribute to a 10-year-old boy who died after being hit by a tractor

Fines concern

Fisher Street photo Council chiefs accused after a Carlisle street generated more than £3,000 in parking fines over just four months (38 comments)

Sport latest

Veivers checking on Workington Town's walking wounded

Callum Phillips photo Workington Town head coach Phil Veivers could be forced to make changes for Monday’s home fixture with Doncaster.

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