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Final words from Cumbrian stab victim after he was fatally wounded
Keith Curle insists his Carlisle United team can still mount a dramatic resurgence towards promotion as their season hinges on 90 crucial minutes today.
Pleased: Carlisle City boss James Tose
Boss James Tose is pleased with the way Carlisle City have finished the season and will look to finish the job at Ashton Town.
It has been very much a season of two halves, with the conclusion still to be determined with 180 minutes remaining.
Hartlepool: Facing relegation
Billy Paynter: Caretaker regime
Carlisle United boss Keith Curle says the fate of Hartlepool should be a warning to those supporters who regularly call for managerial change.
Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
The News & Star is backing the Hoppers' campaign
The latest charity challenge in support of Tony Hopper will see a group of people swim the length of the English Channel today.
Court heard how he stalked his victim, intending to kidnap and then rape her
The knife used
A man who brutally stabbed a stranger in a pub has been given an indefinite hospital order.
A busy residential road is in danger of slipping into a river.
A murderer who stabbed a popular man to death has been jailed for life.
Emergency services spent almost three hours tackling a blaze where 500 tonnes of wood bark was on fire.
John Wayne Conaway
Violent criminal John Wayne Conaway plunged a blade into another man’s chest as a row over a forged £20 note erupted into violence.
Police have issued a fresh appeal for witnesses after a large group of youths threw bottles and cans in the street, leaving one young person with a head injury.
Angus Grant, head of business development at Carlisle Brass
The key to a successful, thriving business undoubtedly lies in its marketing strategy.
Picket line outside Carlisle station
Rail passengers in Cumbria are facing disruption today because of strike action.
Winners of the 2016 Golden Apple Awards brought to you by CN Group
The best of education and learning across Cumbria - including the sector heroes - are to be honoured at a glittering ceremony brought to you by CN Group.
Tactical voting could come into play across Cumbria at the upcoming General Election, as local people consider how they can use their vote to the biggest effect.
Grainger, Joyce and Lambe to remain with Blues next season
The meeting at Ullswater Community College
A march against cuts to Cumbrian schools has been called after hundreds flocked to two public meetings.
Workington Reds' Gari Rowntree will miss the Cumberland Cup Final
Workington Reds have been rocked by the news skipper Gari Rowntree will miss the Cumberland Cup Final against Penrith at Brunton Park.
Whitehaven's Connor Jennings on the run against Keswick
Whitehaven bid to end their season on a high tomorrow when they contest the promotion play-off place for a move up to North Lancs Cumbria.
Derren Brown brings Underground to Carlisle
Derren Brown (photo by Seamus Ryan)
Derren Brown has announced he will visit Cumbria for two shows later this year.
Blues desperate to cling onto play-off hopes in final home game - as visitors chase survival
Paul and Wendy Booth
Nearly a year and a half after Storm Desmond hundreds of Cumbrians are still out of their homes. Roger Lytollis meets some of the county’s long-suffering victims of the flooding
Colin Whiteside outside Oak Tree Cottage, his Wetheral home
One night in village and Colin was smitten but now he's selling his home to pursue a new dream.
CCTV images that formed part of the police investigation
A convicted murderer was a “central figure” in shocking violence which erupted inside a Carlisle pub and reduced the landlady to tears.
Keith Curle and David Mitchell
Mitchell (left) receives the award (photo:PA/EFL)
Manager Keith Curle has paid a glowing tribute to Carlisle United's groundstaff and stadium manager David Mitchell after they were named the best in League Two.
From left, Caroline Quinn and her sons Beau and Louix, David and Julia Hogarth, Rachael Hogarth-Morley with daughter Beatrix and son Frankie, and Sasha Hogarth
Top, Sasha Hogarth, Louix Quinn, David Hogarth; centre, Rachael Hogarth-Morley with Beatrix Hogarth-Morley on knee, Frankie-Thomas Hogarth-Morley, Beau Quinn, Julia Hogarth, Caroline Quinn, family dog Tiggy (Mrs Tiggywinkle). Photo: Kerry Clarke, Imagery Carlisle
Well-known Hogarth family in the finals of business competition as daughter Rachael says even the grandchildren get involved.
Workington's pro Kaushalya Gajasinghe has arrived back this week
Workington are shaping up for the defence of their North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division crown with a new man at the helm.
Holidaymakers will join usual business travellers on motorways.
More than 10 million leisure journeys are expected on Britain's roads between Friday and Monday as motorists embark on a getaway for the May Day bank holiday.