Monday, 31 August 2015

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Best of friends

Bee eater photo Big crowds are expected to flock to north Cumbria this weekend with the hope of seeing the chicks of rare bee eater birds

Supermarket consent

farmfoods photo Controversial plans to build a new supermarket at Shaddongate have finally been given the go ahead (25 comments)

'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 (21 comments)

Dogs poisoned

Stephen Finn photo A distraught pet owner says it is ‘totally sickening’ that six of his dogs were deliberately poisoned

New arrival

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

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 (16 comments)

Centre closes

Pam Eland photo Cumbria Pride has been thrown into crisis with the closure at the weekend of Carlisle's LGBT centre (53 comments)

Contract lost

 Cafe West photo A group which provides opportunities for the disabled has lost the rights to run a hospital cafe (18 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

Fines concern

Fisher Street photo Council chiefs accused after a Carlisle street generated more than £3,000 in parking fines over just four months (40 comments)

Carlisle United latest

Hartlepool United 2 Carlisle United 3

Jabo Ibehre photo Jabo Ibehre scored twice as Carlisle United came from behind to clinch a dramatic first league win of the season at Hartlepool.

Sport latest

Workington Reds' Salmon: We don't fear anyone

Alex Salmon photo Workington Reds fear no-one after last season’s superb campaign, claims striker Alex Salmon ahead of his side’s bumper bank holiday weekend.

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Have we reached saturation point with bars in the city?

No - the more the merrier. It helps to have choice

Yes - we could do with more specialist shops, not bars

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