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Plans to knock down a crumbling group of buildings and replace them with up to 20 houses in a small village have been given the go-ahead.
Joanne Carr winner of Bonny babies in 1979.
Joanne Graves, nee Carr, 40, of Harraby, Carlisle - she won the News & Star's Bonny Babies competition (girls 1-3 category) in 1979
Joanne Carr winner of bonny babies in 1979
Siblings Jack (left) Unwin, six, and three-year-old sister Nellie, of Fergus Way, Morton West, Carlisle. Jack reached the final of Bonny Babies in 2012 and Nellie won the 1-3 girls category in 2015
Parents Simon and Rachel Unwin, of Fergus Way, Morton West, Carlisle with children Jack, now six, and three year old Nellie. Jack was a finalist in the News & Star's Bonny Babies competition in 2012 and Nellie won the girls 1-3 years section in 2015's competition
Winners of the News and Star Bonny Babies Competition 2009 receive their prizes, Saturday 12th December 2009.
(left to right front) Harry Stewart 1 and mum Paula, Evie O'Hagan 3 and mum Karen, Harvey Bell 3 and mum Lyndsey.
(left to right back) David Jackson commercial director of the Lanes, Anne Pickles associate editor of the News and Star and Tony Wiseman photographer.
Bonny Baby Winner 2009 in the Babies One Year and Under category Harry Stewart, aged 11 months, from Causeway Head, near Silloth, pictured with proud mum Paula Stewart
1998 Bonny Babies Charlie Stewart, with his proud mum Paula Stewart
Bonny Babies / Bonny Baby competition finalist Taylor-Mae Graham with mum Kayleigh Lambert from Carlisle.
Bonny Babies 2015 winner of the one to three years catergory, Nellie Rose Unwin aged 15 months from Fergus Way, Morton, Carlisle pictured with mum Rachel Unwin
Joanne Graves has just turned 40, and she isn't the only one celebrating a milestone this year.
Try time: Grant McGlaughlin scores in the last minute for Kells against Wath Brow in the Conference League (Photo: Gary McKeating)
Kells and Wath Brow are having to wait again to lock horns in the National Conference Premier Division.
Distington's Scott George: His boot made the difference in the victory at Walney Central
Reigning champions Distington are back on top of the Cumbria men’s league - but rivals Hensingham have two games in hand.
Last year's winners Charlie Johnstone, Taylor-Mae Graham and Danny Hird
Bonny Babies are back! And 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of our popular contest, which opens on Monday, 26 June.
Born with cerebral palsy, Sam Wilson has spent her childhood in a wheelchair.
A resident was treated for smoke inhalation following a house fire in Silloth.
Colt 45 - Reasons That You Never Smile/Your Car
Colt 45 in the studio, recording the follow-up to last year’s Snakes & Ladders EP
Colt 45 (l-r): Gareth Jenkins, Neil Harper and Adam Lewis
THE second release in a series of singles from Colt 45 has arrived, as the trio headed out on the road for their latest tour.
A west Cumbrian village is set to retain its own representative on Allerdale council, weeks after plans to scrap the post were revealed amid a major shake up.
Gelt Gladiator 2017
Children from Aspatria Hornets Rugby League Club
Gelt Gladiator 2017
Gelt Gladiator 2017
Gelt Gladiator 2017
Nearly 3,000 people had a muddy marvellous time at Gelt Gladiator.
Blast Furness at last year's Solfest (photo by Mark Regan)
The headliner for this summer's Solfest has been announced as Newton Faulkner.
Putting the boot in: Kells' Ross Gainford nailed a penalty to give his side a win
Siddal, the best team in amateur rugby league, are in west Cumbria tomorrow when they visit Kells.
Middleton Cup: Pictured are Cumbria’s four winning rinks from Saturday’s Middleton Cup match against Lincolnshire at Wigton. From left, Ryan Prince, Ryan Orchard, Mark Nanson, Ben Sherwen
Middleton Cup masters: From left, Lewis Baxter, John Bell, Stephen Farish, Paul Barlow
Easy does it: From left, Stuart Bowman, Kevin Harrison, Rick Gallagher, Stuart Irwin
Winners: From left, James Park, Paul Coulthard, Paul Wallace, Andrew Baxter
Cumbria’s Middleton Cup side got back into the groove with a facile 18-4 win over Lincolnshire.
Got you: Elbra’s Craig Dowling gets to grips with Hensingham’s Liam Campbell
Hensingham are still the only side in the Cumbria Men’s League who can boast a 100 per cent record.
Tyler Clark in the lady's toned category
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed competitiors from the lady's toned category
Mark Kilgarron helps fellow competitor Craig Madden
John Barbour competes in the Over 60 class
Alan Moore, left, and John Barbour lift the arms of Kyle Shields
Andrew Appleton after winning the Over 50 class
Oiled, glistening and toned . . . the best of Cumbria's bodybuilders took to the stage to flex their muscles in a bid represent the county at the Mr Britain finals.
Elbra's Kieran McCartney: Crossed the line in the clash with Glasson
The Maryport derby lived up to expectations in mid-week when Glasson and Ellenborough got to grips in the EB Lamb Amateur Cup.
Super League hotshot Caine Barnes will return to West Cumbria tonight to take part in a Workington Town open training session for young local players.
Dairy cows out grazing
Dairy farmers with First Milk will see a change in prices in June.
Cumbria's cadets and adult volunteers before they set off to Cyprus
Cumbria's cadets have embarked on their first major foreign training expedition in more than 20 years.
Glasson's Luke Jackson on the charge against Ellenborough. The two sides are set to meet in the EB Lamb Amateur Cup tomorrow night
It proved to be a blank weekend in amateur rugby league circles after the only two scheduled games were postponed.
Keswick and Warwickshire county bowlers in Fitz Park. Photo: Ben Challis
There were only two Carliol League games played last Thursday evening - Wetheral are on tour and some of the Courtfield members still consider football to be a more beautiful game than bowls.
A Ukip councillor who controversially endorsed Workington’s Conservative candidate instead of his own party’s prospective MP has resigned as chairman of the local branch.
All action: Ellenborough in their clash with Walney
Ellenborough had beaten big guns Distington and Hensingham in recent outings, and they almost made it a treble of major scalps.
From left, Andrea Leadsom and Clark Vasey with Robert Craig, of First Milk and Martin Ramsay
Andrea Leadsom with Podgy Paws owner Peter Harper, his dog Buddy and Trudy Harrison
A factory became the focus of the election trail as the woman who stood against Theresa May for leadership of the Conservatives visited Cumbria.
Rail passengers are facing disruption between Carlisle and Barrow this evening.
A row has erupted after a leading west Cumbrian Ukip councillor urged people to vote Conservative over his own party.
Pop fans can roll back the years when Townfest takes place at Derwent Park in Workington on Saturday.
Police Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall.
Farming leaders and Cumbria Police have launched an innovative scheme that will use social media to tackle farm based crime in west Cumbria.
A terrified young boy resorted to sewing himself into his sleeping bag on camping trips to protect himself from his perverted scout master.
Point-to-Point at Aspatria
An event which has been a staple of Cumbria's racing calendar for the last 25 years has been held for the final time.