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A busy residential road is in danger of slipping into a river.
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.
Political parties across Cumbria are getting closer to selecting candidates for the upcoming General Election.
Gavin Fletcher was jailed for the theft
The old mayoress's badge
What remained of the old badge
A ceremony will be held to bless a new ceremonial badge belonging to the Mayoress.
The Civic Centre, Carlisle underwater
A decision on how to restore two floors of Carlisle's flood-hit civic centre is expected to be made over the coming months.
Bird-feeding, begging and spitting are all set to be banned from the city streets.
Time is running out for Labour Party members to put themselves forward in four of Cumbria's six constituencies.
Karen Armstrong with Holly
A Carlisle mum whose dog was picked up by the city council's warden has warned other owners to make sure their pets don't escape.
Labour's Lee Sherriff
Carlisle's Labour candidate at the last General Election has announced she will not stand this time around.
About 30 jobs will be lost when department store John Lewis closes its distribution centre in Carlisle.
Artist's impression of how The Halston, Warwick Road, Carlisle, could look after its extension and renovations.
Carlisle hotel The Halston has become the first in the city to be awarded 'superior' status by Cumbria's county-wide tourism body.
Talks to develop a so-called "garden village" - building up to 10,000 new homes - are progressing well.
Leader of Carlisle City Council Councillor Colin Glover.
The leader of Carlisle City Council says he is pleased that the Scottish Government is giving serious consideration as to whether the Borders Railway can be extended to England.
Visitors to Carlisle's Sheepmount Stadium are frustrated at the number of tickets being dished out while they wait for work on its free car park to start.
The Lower Gaol Yard building, set to be demolished
Two buildings which housed Cumbria County Council workers for nearly 30 years are to be demolished - and probably replaced by a revenue-generating car park.
Carlisle's Bitts Park was flooded in December 2015
A number of flood-hit properties owned by Carlisle City Council are expected to be reinstated in the coming months.
The new pound coin
Cumbria is gearing up for change, as the new £1 coin comes into currency today.
The former Jones Bootmaker in The Lanes Shopping Centre, Carlisle.
CARLISLE'S branch of upmarket show retailer Jones Bootmaker has closed, with the loss of six jobs.
Breeze cycle champion Sara Varian (red jacket next to post box) with cycle fans in Great Corby
More women are cycling more often thanks to a new biking programme that aims to get women out on their bikes for fun.
Emma Dixon, left and Lee Sheriff
The Danish capital of Copenhagen is among the cities looking to Carlisle for inspiration on how to become more healthy.
Residents of a hamlet are furious that outline planning permission has been granted for nine houses, which they say will dramatically change the nature of the hamlet without bringing any benefits.
Carlisle City Council launches the new bag dispenser for dog owners
The latest battle in the war on dog fouling in Carlisle has been launched.
Jeffrey Bomford with graffiti and damaged tiles
A city councillor wants to start up a non-political city-wide group that will come up with creative solutions to improve Carlisle's open spaces.
Sainsbury's, in Caldewgate, Carlisle, after Storm Desmond
A flood-hit supermarket has been the go-ahead to bolster its defences against further disaster.
General view of Scotch Street, Carlisle
Police in Carlisle have launched an operation designed to tackle anti-social behaviour within the city centre following a spike in the number of incidents last summer.
Cutting the first sod at the site of the new Harraby Cycle Track
Construction work has started on a cycling track which promises to bring great opportunities to Carlisle and the wider county.
Geoff Leeder, Ian McKay, Alan McGurkin and Joanna Coleman
Stanwix School Big Tidy poster winners
March is here, which for many people means it is the ideal time for a spring clean.
An inner-city ward has been labelled the “grimiest” in Carlisle.
Artist's impression of the proposed new crossing on Castle Way, linking Carlisle Castle and Castle Street.
Work will start today on a new pedestrian crossing that is hoped will play a key role in linking Carlisle's castle to the city centre.
A youth programme for children and young people with learning disabilities has free places on its theatre programme.