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Ex-Corus steelworks site plans approved
The next phase of the major redevelopment of Workington’s former steelworks site has been given the go-ahead.
Plans for ex-Corus steelworks site set to be approved
Detailed plans for the next phase of the major redevelopment of Workington’s former steelworks site are set to be given the green light today.
Grants available to get empty homes back into use
Owners of empty homes can now apply for grants up to £10,000 to get their properties back into use.

Parking changes are planned on Murray Road in Workington

 Parking changes are planned on Murray Road in Workington
Parking changes are planned on Murray Road in Workington
Traders' hopes for Christmas changes to parking times
Long-awaited changes to controversial 30-minute parking restrictions on key Workington town centre streets could be in place by Christmas.
Fly-tippers given 'on the spot fines' as Cumbria councils crack down on culprits
FLY-TIPPERS are being slapped with "on the spot" fines as Cumbria's councils start to crack down on the culprits.
Staff at West Cumbrian pub cleared at trial
Staff at a Workington pub were cleared of any wrongdoing at a trial.

Lawrence Tinnion

Council workers forced to abandon flood prevention work - because of flooding
County council workers had to abandon flood prevention work today when the road they were working on was flooded.

The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.

 The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.
The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.
Work starts on new 60-bed care home in Copeland costing £6m
Work has officially started on a new £6m 60-bed residential care home in Whitehaven.
Dirty needles warning after spike in number of syringes found on streets
A warning has been issued after 56 used needles were found on the streets of Allerdale in the last six months.

A view of the derelict site of the Sekers Mill at Hensingham, Whitehaven

 A view of the derelict site of the Sekers Mill at Hensingham, Whitehaven
A view of the derelict site of the Sekers Mill at Hensingham, Whitehaven
Relief as work starts to transform eyesore former factory site into £6m care home
Work starts today on transforming a notorious eyesore in to a £6m care home.

Mote Hill, Maryport

 Mote Hill, Maryport
Mote Hill, Maryport
Paths damaged by Storm Desmond likely to remain closed until next April
Residents claim Maryport is being neglected after it was revealed that two popular paths damaged by Storm Desmond are likely to remain closed until at least April next year.

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McDonalds, KFC and Dominos - the purchases on council credit cards in Cumbria
TOWN hall bosses across Cumbria have used council credit cards to buy meals at KFC and McDonalds, filter coffee for runners and bacon sandwiches for contractors, a special investigation has revealed.

People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.

 People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.
People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.
Free and low-cost food available for struggling residents in West Cumbria
Free and low-cost food is been given to people in desperate need through a new project in West Cumbria.
Children rushed to hospital after finding used syringe at school
Three children were rushed to hospital after they found a used needle in a school playground.

The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory

 The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory
The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory
Work to start on £6million care home on Monday
Work will start on a new £6 million care home in Whitehaven on Monday.
West Cumbria dementia walk
WEST Cumbria’s Dementia Walk will be held on Sunday.

Cumbrian Seafoods, Maryport

 Cumbrian Seafoods, Maryport
Cumbrian Seafoods, Maryport
Homes plan goes back in for old fish factory site
The developer behind rejected plans to demolish a disused Maryport factory to make way for 65 homes has not given up on the project.

Workington's existing Costa Coffee.

 Workington's existing Costa Coffee.
Workington's existing Costa Coffee.
Plan for new Cumbrian Costa Coffee
National chain Costa Coffee is set to have its second café in Workington.

Councillor Mark Fryer

Councillor Carni McCarron-Holmes

 Councillor Mark Fryer
Councillor Mark Fryer
Maryport town centre businesses get a facelift
Eighty five businesses in Maryport town centre have been given a facelift thanks to an Allerdale council scheme.

Paul Rowlands, of Derwent Dental Care

 Paul Rowlands, of Derwent Dental Care
Paul Rowlands, of Derwent Dental Care
Dental practice set to open in new base
A Cockermouth dentist will open his new practice next month.

Wigton town centre

 Wigton town centre
Wigton town centre
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian town
Cumbrians urged to speak up over bad behaviour

Taste Cumbria in Cockermouth

 Taste Cumbria in Cockermouth
Taste Cumbria in Cockermouth
Record numbers and takings at Taste Cumbria food festival
The latest Cockermouth food festival has been hailed a huge success with record numbers of visitors and spending.
Cumbrian victims of cyber crime lost £400,000 in 6 months
Cyber criminals pocketed more than £400,000 in six months by ripping off victims in Cumbria.

Matthew Suddart

Student vows to represent youth after town council by-election win
Workington's newest councillor says he will fight the corner of young people.

Plans to demolish the existing county council offices in New Oxford Street, Workington and create a car park have been withdrawn

 Plans to demolish the existing county council offices in New Oxford Street, Workington and create a car park have been withdrawn
Plans to demolish the existing county council offices in New Oxford Street, Workington and create a car park have been withdrawn
Workington town centre car park plans withdrawn
Plans to knock down a Workington town centre building to make way for a 54-space car park have been withdrawn.

Housing is planned at Woods Harbour, Strand Street, Maryport

 Housing is planned at Woods Harbour, Strand Street, Maryport
Housing is planned at Woods Harbour, Strand Street, Maryport
Plans revived for Maryport harbour housing
Plans for a harbourside housing development in Maryport have been resurrected.

Jennings Brewery and Tractor Shed Brewing have joined forces to create a beer for Taste Cumbria

 Jennings Brewery and Tractor Shed Brewing have joined forces to create a beer for Taste Cumbria
Jennings Brewery and Tractor Shed Brewing have joined forces to create a beer for Taste Cumbria
All set for Taste Cumbria fun in Cockermouth
Taste Cumbria returns to Cockermouth this weekend.

Graham Kendall is worried about injuries from the kerbstones in Keswick

 Graham Kendall is worried about injuries from the kerbstones in Keswick
Graham Kendall is worried about injuries from the kerbstones in Keswick
Councillor uncovers 12-year trip hazard
Renewed calls have been made to replace Keswick town centre’s kerbs following the discovery of documents from more than 10 years ago warning of the dangers they pose.
Plans to build new Tk Maxx store in West Cumbria approved
Plans to build a Tk Maxx store in Workington have been given the green light.
Revealed: Top 20 parking fine hotspots in Allerdale
The top 20 hotspots in Allerdale for on-street parking fines have been revealed.