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Friday, 31 July 2015

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Sir Tom live

Thousands of people are at Carlisle's city centre Bitts Park for its biggest concert to date

Bee-eaters surprise

Bee-eater photo Two pairs of very rare birds have set up home and are raising chicks at a quarry in north Cumbria

'I was set up'

Bill Finlay  photo A town mayor has stood down from his role, claiming he was set up by a “kangaroo court”

Academy approved

Stainburn school photo A new £20 million academy school has been given the go-ahead - after a lengthy debate about traffic and child safety

Saucy show

Le Haggis photo One of the sauciest shows at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe is being supported by two Cumbrian firms

Colourful castle

Muncaster colour run photo A castle will be ablaze with colour as hundreds of people take part in a charity fun run this weekend

Traffic plan

A69 road photo A plan to tackle traffic on one of Cumbria’s busiest roads has been backed by the Government (26 comments)

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Helen's big move

Helen Skelton photo Television personality and new mum Helen Skelton now has a fresh challenge – learning French

Charity challenges

Barry Johnson photo It would be a superhuman effort at any age ... but five major challenges just days before your 75th birthday...

Danger road

Road accident sign The A595 is Cumbria’s most dangerous road, police figures show (29 comments)

'Disrespectful' claim

Robin Brown photo Robin Brown has quit as vice-president of Carlisle United – citing “disagreements” with outgoing MD John Nixon

Carlisle United latest

Too many players on our books, insists Carlisle Utd boss Curle

Joe Thompson photo Carlisle United manager Keith Curle is set to trim his squad as the new League Two season looms closer, having described it as “top-heavy”.

Sport latest

We still have a job to do, warns Workington Town's Sammut

Jarrod Sammut photo Workington Town half-back Jarrod Sammut has reminded his team-mates that they still have a job to do when they return to action in the Super 8s next weekend against Batley Bulldogs.

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