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Costa to open new branch in the former Ed's Easy Diner

 Costa to open new branch in the former Ed's Easy Diner
Costa to open new branch in the former Ed's Easy Diner
Costa to open fourth branch in Carlisle
Work is underway to convert the former Ed’s Diner in Carlisle into the city's fourth Costa coffee shop.

Andrew Hughes from Carlisle has created a short film about his autism

 Andrew Hughes from Carlisle has created a short film about his autism
Andrew Hughes from Carlisle has created a short film about his autism
Brave Andrew shares film about his autism to raise awareness
For Andrew Hughes, living with autism makes simple social interaction and communication a challenge.

The McVitie's factory in Carlisle.

STUART WALKER

Ali Ulker, Vice Chairman of Yildiz Holding (right) during a visit to the McVitie's Carlisle factory in 2016.

STUART WALKER

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley, is keen to sell Newcastle before Christmas - just not to Murat Ulker.

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 The McVitie's factory in Carlisle.
STUART WALKER
The McVitie's factory in Carlisle.
Wafer thin link between Cumbria and Newcastle United takeover broken
Mc Vitie's owner rules himself out of high-profile takeover

Incident on Caldewgate

 Incident on Caldewgate
Incident on Caldewgate
Traffic light knocked down after being hit by HGV on key Carlisle route
A traffic light was knocked over - and then fell onto a car - after being hit by an HGV in Carlisle.

Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle

 Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle
Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle
Fault hits phone lines to Carlisle hospital
A fault is affecting anyone trying to call Cumbria's largest hospital.

Carlisle's A&E department

 Carlisle's A&E department
Carlisle's A&E department
Report reveals A&E improvements at Carlisle and Whitehaven
A national report into A&E services has shown improvements in Carlisle and Whitehaven for the second year in a row.

Heroic: Dale Cairnie, of Carlisle, presented with a High Sheriff's award for bravery after fending off two knife-weilding robbers.

Jason Pattinson, left and Damon Noble

Alan Hughes: jailed for attempted kidnap and attempted kidnap with intent to rape

 Heroic: Dale Cairnie, of Carlisle, presented with a High Sheriff's award for bravery after fending off two knife-weilding robbers.
Heroic: Dale Cairnie, of Carlisle, presented with a High Sheriff's award for bravery after fending off two knife-weilding robbers.
WITH VIDEO: Brave Dale fights off knife-wielding robbers - then goes straight back to delivering bread
A cool-headed delivery driver bravely fought off two knife-wielding robbers - and then calmly went back to his job taking bread to local shops.

Sharon Grierson

 Sharon Grierson
Sharon Grierson
Mum-of-four died after routine op because of 'lack of oxygen'
Pathologists claim that a mum-of-four who was treated at the Cumberland Infirmary died of a lack of oxygen to her brain.

Mountain rescuers at Sty Head, Borrowdale CREDIT: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team

Mountain rescuers at Sty Head, Borrowdale CREDIT: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team

Mountain rescuers at Sty Head, Borrowdale CREDIT: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team

Mountain rescuers at Sty Head, Borrowdale CREDIT: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team

Mountain rescuers at Sty Head, Borrowdale CREDIT: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team

 Mountain rescuers at Sty Head, Borrowdale CREDIT: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team
Mountain rescuers at Sty Head, Borrowdale CREDIT: Keswick Mountain Rescue Team
Walker stranded on Lake District peak during Storm Ophelia
Rescuers have revealed how they saved a walker who survived a night on the Lake District fells as Storm Ophelia battered the county.
Curfew for man who grabbed his former partner by the throat
A young mum whose estranged partner grabbed her by throat because he wanted to examine her mobile phone said she feared he would kill her.

Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball

Workington Juniors v Cockermouth U15s. Workington's Jack Rossi on the ball.

Pictures: John Story

Workington's Jack Swinburne on the ball

Workington's Cameron Hendren on the ball

Workington's Josh Hoggarth on the ball

Cockermouth's James Pawson on the ball

Cockermouth's Adam Ashfield on the ball

Cockermouth's Regan Stephenson on the ball

The Workington goalkeeper clears the corner ball

Workington's Jack Rossi on the ball

Cockermouth's Adam Ashfield on the ball

 Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball
Workington's Scott Williamson connects with the corner ball
County youth cup match abandoned after injury
The Under-16 County Cup clash between Workington Juniors and Cockermouth U15s had to be abandoned at the weekend through injury.

TUSSLE FOR THE BALL: Cleator Moor Celtic's Leigh Dunn and Penrith's Tyler Slack do battle Picture: PAUL HASKINS

 TUSSLE FOR THE BALL: Cleator Moor Celtic's Leigh Dunn and Penrith's Tyler Slack do battle Picture: PAUL HASKINS
TUSSLE FOR THE BALL: Cleator Moor Celtic's Leigh Dunn and Penrith's Tyler Slack do battle Picture: PAUL HASKINS
Celtic say halo to the next round after defeating Saints
Cleator Moor Celtic took their fine league form into the Cumberland Cup where they decimated opponents Penrith Saints.

Gari Rowntree: Dave Hewson said the defender "looked like his old self"

 Gari Rowntree: Dave Hewson said the defender "looked like his old self"
Gari Rowntree: Dave Hewson said the defender "looked like his old self"
Workington Reds boss Dave Hewson satisfied with cup victory
Co-manager Dave Hewson was satisfied with Workington Reds' progress into the second round of the Integro League Cup.

Star man: Reds’ Rob Wilson scored in the 2-1 victory at Colne

 Star man: Reds’ Rob Wilson scored in the 2-1 victory at Colne
Star man: Reds’ Rob Wilson scored in the 2-1 victory at Colne
Reds make changes but still progress in the Integro League Cup at Colne
Colne 1-2 Workington Reds

United double their lead: Carlisle’s Shaun Miller is brought down by Wycombe’s Daniel Scarr. Jamie Devitt scored from the resulting penalty (Photos: John Story)

Opening goal: Reggie Lambe celebrates scoring his and United’s first against Wycombe

In possession: Carlisle's Shaun Miller

Penalty scorer: United’s Jamie Devitt gets past Wycombe’s Joe Jacobson

On target: Sam Saunders beats Jack Bonham for Wycombe's first goal

 United double their lead: Carlisle’s Shaun Miller is brought down by Wycombe’s Daniel Scarr. Jamie Devitt scored from the resulting penalty (Photos: John Story)
United double their lead: Carlisle’s Shaun Miller is brought down by Wycombe’s Daniel Scarr. Jamie Devitt scored from the resulting penalty (Photos: John Story)
Carlisle Utd's wait for a home win goes on after the Blues concede late goal
Reggie Lambe scored United's first and third in the six-goal thriller, but Wycombe grabbed a late leveller to maintain their unbeaten away record

Late equaliser: Wycombe celebrate their stoppage-time leveller that earned them a point in their 3-3 draw with Carlisle United

 Late equaliser: Wycombe celebrate their stoppage-time leveller that earned them a point in their 3-3 draw with Carlisle United
Late equaliser: Wycombe celebrate their stoppage-time leveller that earned them a point in their 3-3 draw with Carlisle United
Keith Curle admits Carlisle Utd had a 'deflated changing room' after Wycombe draw
The Blues led 2-0, and then 3-2, only for Wycombe sub Paris Cowan-Hall to earn them a share of spoils last night

'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' installation at the Tower of London

Iconic Weeping Window poppy sculpture on display at the Ulster Museum in Belfast er.

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Iconic Weeping Window poppy sculpture on display at the Ulster Museum in Belfast

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Carlisle Castle keep which will display the iconic Weeping Window poppy installation

 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' installation at the Tower of London
'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' installation at the Tower of London
Iconic poppy display heads to Carlisle Castle
The iconic ceramic poppy installation honouring Britain's war heroes who died 100 years ago is heading to Cumbria.

Victim: Melinda Korosi.

Peter McCall

DI Dan St Quintin.

Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

John Thomas Allan

Dr Liz Bates

DI Dan St Quintin.

Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Victim: Melinda Korosi.

Peter McCall

John Thomas Allan

Dr Liz Bates

 Victim: Melinda Korosi.
Victim: Melinda Korosi.
Four deaths and hundreds of rapes - the toll of domestic abuse in Cumbria
Thousands injured or harmed during assaults by partners

Margaret Burrow.

Robert Kneschke

Photo: PA Wire

 Margaret Burrow.
Margaret Burrow.
Suffering in silence: Disabled people in Cumbria targeted by abuse
DISABLED people are suffering in silence over abuse and bigotry directed towards them, campaigners in Cumbria claim.

Tebay Services Hotel, at the Tebay Services in Cumbria.

 Tebay Services Hotel, at the Tebay Services in Cumbria.
Tebay Services Hotel, at the Tebay Services in Cumbria.
Revealed: Cumbria service station named one of the best in the country
The services and farm shop at Tebay left motorists feeling very happy

Workington's Sue Hayman at a meeting with headteachers

John Woodcock, MP for Barrow and Furness column

Trudy Harrison, MP for Copeland

Tim Farron, MP for Westmorland & Lonsdale

John Stevenson, MP for Carlisle

 Workington's Sue Hayman at a meeting with headteachers
Workington's Sue Hayman at a meeting with headteachers
Backlash from headteachers over schools funding should be 'wake-up call' to Government
Cumbria's MPs have reacted to news that more than 70 school leaders from across the county have signed an open letter to Chancellor Philip Hammond over school funding cuts.

Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

The boss of NHS England has announced a move to ban the sale of large sharing packs of sweets from vending machines on hospital premises

UHMBT medical director Dr David Walker and chief executive Jackie Daniel challenge staff to improve their health by drinking more water Photo: Steve Barber

Steve Barber

Foluke Ajayi LOUISE PORTER

Furness General Hospital made the bold switch from confectionery to fruit and bottled water last year

Cumbrian hospitals could earn cash boost for ditching chocolate and fizzy drinks
HOSPITALS in Cumbria could receive a cash boost for ditching supersize chocolate bars and sugary snacks in vending machines and on-site shops.

Christopher Topliss

 Christopher Topliss
Christopher Topliss
Online pervert was member of Anonymous hacking network, court hears
A perverted computer fanatic who was jailed for grooming and abusing an underage girl was a member of the hacking network called Anonymous, it has emerged.

William Bewley.

 William Bewley.
William Bewley.
As BBC axes Crimewatch, we look back on Cumbrian cases covered on the show
Mystery over body found in woods, teenager's murder and on-the-run killer all featured

Harraby Catholic Club Mini Dribblerz footballers

 Harraby Catholic Club Mini Dribblerz footballers
Harraby Catholic Club Mini Dribblerz footballers
Next generation of football stars take first steps in Carlisle
Former Premier League striker Grant Holt began his football career with Harraby Catholic Club. A new generation is coming through the club's youth ranks.
Journey's end for banned driver whose wheel rolled away along the street
A banned motorist seen driving illegally around Carlisle by police fled when one of his van's wheels fell off.

Ross Paterson

 Ross Paterson
Ross Paterson
Man jailed for vicious homophobic attack on female couple
A man who carried out a vicious late night homophobic street attack on a female couple has been sent to prison.

Police tape outside Brucciani on Scotch Street, Carlisle. Image provided by Paul Grindley

 Police tape outside Brucciani on Scotch Street, Carlisle. Image provided by Paul Grindley
Police tape outside Brucciani on Scotch Street, Carlisle. Image provided by Paul Grindley
E-cigarettes stolen from Carlisle shop
Thieves have stolen electronic cigarettes from a Carlisle tobacconist.

Banners put up by residents of Warwick Road, Carlisle, who oppose plans to widen the road outside their houses

 Banners put up by residents of Warwick Road, Carlisle, who oppose plans to widen the road outside their houses
Banners put up by residents of Warwick Road, Carlisle, who oppose plans to widen the road outside their houses
Carlisle residents remain confident despite no extra lane decision
Residents living on one of the main routes into Carlisle say they are still hopeful that a local authority will back down over controversial plans to widen the road and remove trees.

Work being carried out on Harraby cycle track

Work being carried out on Harraby cycle track

Work being carried out on Harraby cycle track

Work being carried out on Harraby cycle track

Work being carried out on Harraby cycle track

 Work being carried out on Harraby cycle track
Work being carried out on Harraby cycle track
New Carlisle cycle track to open before end of 2017 - but will cost £109,000 more
A new cycle track being built in Carlisle WILL open before the end of the year - despite being hit by a three-month delay.