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Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry, left, with Stobart's Andrew Tinkler
Carlisle Airport is to get a multi-million pound boost to bring international passenger flights to Cumbria.
Theresa Maywith DUP leader Arlene Foster
A septic deal or just an ordinary political negotiation? The Conservative-Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) deal has divided political opinion in Cumbria.
As part of the Give a Day to the City events volunteers clear land at Cummersdale Holme near Denton Holme Carlisle of invasive Himalayan balsam. Sam Winder clears the weeds
Nick Sands clears the weeds
John Gorrill clears the weeds
Alien invaders are being wiped away by a determined band of volunteers.
Jeremy Corbyn's plan to renationalise the UK's railways has met with a mixed response in Cumbria, with predictable responses from both side of politics.
Kenny Scott with his banner
A petition calling on Cumbria County Council to scrap plans for an extra lane on one of the main routes into Carlisle has attracted more than 400 signatures - days after it was set up.
Police at Carlisle Cathedral
Vandals ripped stones from a wall at Carlisle Cathedral - before smashing them onto a city centre road.
Traffic backs up on the A7 Eden Bridge in Carlisle as cars are stopped for a traffic census
Jane Hegedus, who lives behind the Gosling Bridge pub, missed her osteopath appointment
A Carlisle school was forced to delay the start of a GCSE exam yesterday as the city ground to a standstill during the morning rush.
Artist's impression of the proposed new crossing on Castle Way, linking Carlisle Castle and Castle Street.
Carlisle's new Castle Way crossing is set to open in early July.
Kerbside recycling in Carlsle
A number of recycling roadshows are continuing to take place across Carlisle and north Cumbria.
Containers being used as temporary buildings
It's a vision that could become Carlisle's buzzing new social hub - and one that would be built entirely from shipping containers.
Warwick Road residents Mick Nolan and Gaynor Duffy ask questions
A Warwick Road resident said she was left in a state of "shock and horror" over plans to add an extra lane on the outskirts of Carlisle.
The launch of Carlisle Fringe Festival.
The world is coming to Carlisle this summer.
A major traffic survey taking place across Carlisle will be suspended at key times to ease congestion.
Kingmoor Park development land
A £4 million expansion of Kingmoor Park north of Carlisle has been welcomed as a sign of the city’s economic revival.
Councillors and concerned residents stand together before attending a community drop-in session for the proposed road improvement plan for the eastern part of Warwick Road (A69) in Carlisle
Angry residents told Cumbria County Council that they "are not being listened to" during a heated meeting over plans for an extra lane on Carlisle's Warwick Road.
Flood-hit residents are set to storm a public meeting in Carlisle tonight to protest against a £1m traffic plan they have branded "dangerous".
Armed Forces Day, Carlisle city centre. RAF cadets take part in the cadet drill competition; 25 June 2016. PAULA THANNER 50084737F009.JPG
Military personnel past and present will gather alongside members of the public to celebrate the role the armed forces play in our communities.
The Halston, Carlisle
Carlisle is set for an economic boost - with 3,000 new jobs taking a step forward, further details revealed about a key hotel development and work starting on a base which could be home to a major firm.
Further details of a £4.6m plan to improve traffic flows in towns across Cumbria have been revealed.
Turma! Hadrian’s Cavalry Charge in Carlisle
The countdown has begun as Carlisle prepares to welcome one of the biggest Roman cavalry re-enactments ever seen in the UK.
Traffic on Warwick Road
A major improvement scheme is planned for a key Carlisle route following a £4.6m cash injection.
Malcolm Robinson with his dog Levi
Dog walkers have found their regular route through a Carlisle park cut in two, after safety fears forced the closure of a suspension bridge.
The site is at Edenside home of Carlisle Cricket Club
Treasure-hunters with metal detectors have been seen loitering near to the site of a newly-discovered Roman bath-house in Carlisle.
Conservative John Stevenson after retaining his seat
Carlisle MP John Stevenson is one of only a few Conservatives to be celebrating.
Conservative John Stevenson makes a speech after retaining the Carlisle seat, with Labour candidate Ruth Alcroft in the background
Dr Jason Gooding, chief executive of Carlisle city council announces the results of the election, with, from left, Labour's Ruth Alcroft, Ukip's Fiona Mills, Conservative John Stevenson and Liberal Democrat Peter Thornton
Carlisle Labour councillor Lee Sherriff and fellow Labour party members after the result
Labour's Ruth Alcroft
Conservative John Stevenson has retained his Carlisle seat with a slightly smaller majority.
Voting at Denton Holme Community Centre, Carlisle
Maryport Town Hall polling station
Polling station at Victoria Hall in Cockermouth
Two first time voters leave the polling station at Cockermouth Town Hall
Tim Farron, the Liberal Democrats party leader, arrives at his polling station in Kendal
Damien Sheriden comes out of the Polling Station at Ewanrigg and Netherton Community Centre, Maryport
Polling station in High Harrington is open like hundreds of others across Cumbria
Polling station in Kells
Voters across the UK are going to the polls today for the 2017 General Election.
With the NHS struggling to cope with growing demand and increasing budget pressures, the future of this sacred British institution has been called into question ahead of Thursday’s General Election.
The man behind one of Cumbria’s biggest sporting events has been warned he faces a possible jail sentence for breaching health and safety regulations.
Stephen Lancaster and Rachel Lightfoot
Cumbrian property and land services group PFK has strengthened its board with the appointment of Rachel Lightfoot as executive director.
Plans for more than 50 homes in and around Carlisle have been given the go-ahead.