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Thursday, 17 April 2014

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Prison warning for man who sent wife Facebook message

A Maryport man has been warned he will be going to prison for sending his wife a message over a social network site.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Yobs torch Cumbrian pensioner's pigeon loft for second time

Pigeon loft fire photo A pensioner is devastated after his beloved pigeon loft was torched – just seven years after it was burned to the ground killing dozens of birds.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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National park bosses set to take on Hadrian’s Wall trail

Hadrian’s Wall photo The bosses of a national park have been asked to take over the Hadrian’s Wall trail.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Carlisle dealer sold drugs after police arrest

Alistair Pape photo A man who went on selling drugs even after being caught by the police has been jailed for more than three years.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Carlisle man tackles -20C blizzards in marine challenge

Carlisle Marine photo Teenager Tom Barker tackled raging blizzards with temperatures down to a numbing -20c in a gruelling ski challenge across hundreds of miles of Norwegian countryside.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Woman dies after being found lodged in Cumbrian beck

A woman who was airlifted to hospital after being rescued from a stream has died.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Chance to climb down Lake District mine

Alan Hinkes photo It is a new attraction that is sure to get you off your feet.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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We catch drivers running red lights in Carlisle

Traffic lights photo It’s enough to make even the most patient motorist see red. But jumping traffic lights after they’ve turned red is just one of a number of bad habits demonstrated by drivers on Cumbria’s roads every day, those in the know say.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Warning over rescuing pets after man drowns

A coroner has warned dog owners not to follow their pets into water following the death of a man.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Bar refused licence for DJ gig after reports of revellers urinating in street

Merienda photo Complaints of noise and revellers urinating in a city centre street have led to a DJ event being refused a licence.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Man's £4,000 bill for taking surveillance plane through no-fly zone

An aviation enthusiast who flew a surveillance plane through a no-fly zone has been ordered to pay more than £4,000 by a court.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Carlisle burglary gang get Asbos on release from jail

Mark Robinson photo A gang of thieves who targeted rural communities have left prison and been greeted with anti- social behaviour orders – Asbos.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Family's anger on anniversary of mother and daughter's death

The family of a mother and daughter who died in a fume-filled boat still seek closure a year on.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Residents win fight to stop students' late-night music

Residents living near a student campus have won the fight to stop music being played until the early hours of the morning.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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We'll get over Tour of Britain snub, say Cumbrian tourism chiefs

Tour of Britain photo A tourism boss says that Cumbria is still firmly in the “international cycling saddle” despite it missing out on this year’s Tour of Britain.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Contamination probe on Carlisle supermarket site

Investigations are underway to uncover possible contamination on land earmarked for a new budget supermarket.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Carlisle diocese to launch Good Shepherd academy trust

Michael Mill photo Education officials and senior clergy will join headteachers and governors to launch a new academy chain in Cumbria.

Last updated 2 April 2014
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Woman airlifted after Cumbria stream rescue

A woman has been airlifted to hospital after she was rescued from a stream in Glenridding.

Last updated 1 April 2014
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Carlisle takeaway boss considers suing after being mistaken for thief

Nicholas Atkinson photo A takeaway boss has told how he was arrested at work and kept in a police cell for nearly four hours after being mistaken for a thief.

Last updated 1 April 2014
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Police probe Cumbrian zoo owner’s gay marriage comments

David Gill photo Police are looking into anti-gay marriage comments published on a zoo owner’s Facebook page. (132 comments)

Last updated 1 April 2014
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