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Emergency workers stand on a blocked street in Barcelona, Spain.

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 Emergency workers stand on a blocked street in Barcelona, Spain.
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Emergency workers stand on a blocked street in Barcelona, Spain.
Close call for Cumbrians as terror hits Barcelona
Cumbrians have spoken of their shock after narrowly missing being caught up in the Barcelona terror horror.

Carlisle Civic Centre

Alston police station

Carlisle Civic Centre

Egremont Police Station

The former Maryport Police Station building

Keswick police station

The former Welsh Road police station in Harraby, Carlisle

Wigton Police Station and houses

Eric Martlew

Chief Constable of Cumbria Jerry Graham

Police Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall

 Carlisle Civic Centre
Carlisle Civic Centre
Budget cuts prompt wave of police station closures in Cumbria
Budget cuts have led to the closure of 18 police stations or bases in Cumbria in just over five years.

Junction of Kingstown Road and Lowry Hill Road

 Junction of Kingstown Road and Lowry Hill Road
Junction of Kingstown Road and Lowry Hill Road
Major roadworks to be carried out in Carlisle
A week of major roadworks are set to be carried out on a main road in north Carlisle.

Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle

Priorities: Jeremy Corbyn’s speech was well received by supporters

STUART WALKER

 Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle
Cheers: Crowds welcomed the Labour leader in Carlisle
Corbyn speaks at rally in Carlisle
Despite drizzly conditions in Carlisle tonight, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn managed to keep spirits high.

Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)

David Mundell

SUBMITTED by Dumfries and Galloway Council August 10, 2017. L-R Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council).

 Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)
Council leaders in talks. Left to right: Mark Rowley (Scottish Borders Council), Peter Jackson (Northumberland Council) Elaine Murray (Dumfries and Galloway Council), David Mundell MP, Stewart Young (Cumbria County Council) and Colin Glover (Carlisle City Council)
Alliance's mission to bring £500m boost to region's economy
An alliance which aims to bring £500m to the region which straddles the Scotland-England border has taken another step towards fruition.

The White Quey

The White Quey

 The White Quey
The White Quey
Houses plan for derelict country pub on outskirts of Carlisle
A derelict country pub and its car park will be converted into houses after council planners give it the thumbs up.

The site of the former Caldewgate School and University of Cumbria art college

Wayne McKnight.

 The site of the former Caldewgate School and University of Cumbria art college
The site of the former Caldewgate School and University of Cumbria art college
Former school to be torn down in Carlisle in new homes plan
A landmark former school building will be torn down to make way for new flats and houses.

A bus shelter spelling out the fine people could face if they are caught dropping litter

Chris Southward

 A bus shelter spelling out the fine people could face if they are caught dropping litter
A bus shelter spelling out the fine people could face if they are caught dropping litter
Billboards warning of hefty fines for littering go up around Carlisle
Hard-hitting billboards that spell out the hefty fines people could face if they fail to keep Carlisle clean have gone up in the city.

David Jackson

The Lanes Shopping Centre

 David Jackson
David Jackson
Carlisle shopping centre refused permission to block itself off at night
A shopping centre boss has spoken of his disappointment that shutters blocking off the area at night will not be allowed by a council.

Peter McCall

 Peter McCall
Peter McCall
Police commisioner defends county's CCTV network
Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner has moved to defend the county's CCTV network after it came under fire from a national pressure group.

The M6

George Beveridge

 The M6
The M6
New plan for M6 corridor to boost Cumbrian economy
A developed M6 corridor would create thousands of new jobs in Cumbria, according to a major new report.

Residents, including Joanne Wilkinson, front right

 Residents, including Joanne Wilkinson, front right
Residents, including Joanne Wilkinson, front right
Nearby residents hit out at plans for almost 200 new homes in Carlisle
Angry residents have hit out at plans to build nearly 200 new homes on the edge of an industrial estate in Carlisle.

The White Quey at Durdar

 The White Quey at Durdar
The White Quey at Durdar
Plans to convert pub into homes set for approval
Plans to convert a derelict former pub on the outskirts of Carlisle into houses looks likely to be given the green light.

General views of the Lanes Shopping Centre

 General views of the Lanes Shopping Centre
General views of the Lanes Shopping Centre
Carlisle shopping centre shutters recommended for approval
Shutters blocking off a Carlisle shopping centre at night look set to get the go ahead.

Castle Way Crossing Edward Bailey, 76, from Dalston

Jessica Lowes

Alfonso Bitton

Bill and Maggie Patterson from Stanwix Carlisle, with grandchildre Mairi, 7, and Ewan, 4

 Castle Way Crossing Edward Bailey, 76, from Dalston
Castle Way Crossing Edward Bailey, 76, from Dalston
Carlisle's new Castle Way crossing: Your verdict
A controversial road crossing in the centre of Carlisle has been hailed a "godsend" by some users who say it makes accessing attractions like the castle far easier.

Carlisle Civic Centre

Anne Glendinning

Trevor Allison

 Carlisle Civic Centre
Carlisle Civic Centre
Backing for plan to demolish part of Carlisle's Civic Centre
A group of councillors have given their backing to a major revamp of Carlisle Civic Centre.

The civic centre in December 2015

 The civic centre in December 2015
The civic centre in December 2015
Council chiefs explore plan for restaurant in Carlisle's civic centre
The possibility of opening a restaurant or art gallery in Carlisle’s civic centre has been explored by council bosses.

Dr Anita Herdeiro and her husband Bruno

Scalesceugh Hall

 Dr Anita Herdeiro and her husband Bruno
Dr Anita Herdeiro and her husband Bruno
Finding a new way to care for our elderly
Cumbria's so called 'super aging' population is often billed as a huge challenge, but Anita and Bruno Herdeiro instead see it as an opportunity. Pamela McGowan finds out why...

St Cuthbert's Church, Carlisle. Photo: Google StreetView

 St Cuthbert's Church, Carlisle. Photo: Google StreetView
St Cuthbert's Church, Carlisle. Photo: Google StreetView
Carlisle churchgoers want rules relaxed after being hit with parking tickets
A member of a Carlisle congregation is calling on parking restrictions around a church to be relaxed - so that she can attend services in full.

The crossing in action

 The crossing in action
The crossing in action
Carlisle's Castle Way crossing cost tax-payers £16,000
A controversial Carlisle crossing cost tax payers £16,000 - after its budget overran.

Carlisle is ahead of the game, says taxi driver Wayne Casey

 Carlisle is ahead of the game, says taxi driver Wayne Casey
Carlisle is ahead of the game, says taxi driver Wayne Casey
New taxi driver training to tackle child exploitation considered for Carlisle
Taxi drivers in Carlisle could be made to undertake compulsory safeguarding training in a bit to prevent child sexual exploitation.

Aerial view of The Sheepmount after the 2015 floods

 Aerial view of The Sheepmount after the 2015 floods
Aerial view of The Sheepmount after the 2015 floods
Spring date for Carlisle Sheepmount Stadium's full reopening
Council bosses are hoping to fully reopen Carlisle's flood-hit Sheepmount Stadium by next spring.

David Jackson

 David Jackson
David Jackson
Concern over plan to 'shutter' entrances at The Lanes to tackle anti-social behaviour
A business group has hit out at plans which would see new security measures brought in at The Lanes shopping centre in Carlisle.

Cumbria House - the new Carlisle offices for Cumbria County Council

Stewart Young, leader of Cumbria County Council

 Cumbria House - the new Carlisle offices for Cumbria County Council
Cumbria House - the new Carlisle offices for Cumbria County Council
Big step taken in plans for city multi-storey
Plans to create a new multi-storey car park in the heart of Carlisle have taken a significant step forward.

Carlisle Civic Centre following the floods in December 2015

 Carlisle Civic Centre following the floods in December 2015
Carlisle Civic Centre following the floods in December 2015
Demolition plan for part of Carlisle's Civic Centre
Part of Carlisle's Civic Centre could be demolished under radical plans to revamp the landmark building in the wake of the floods.

Tree split in two on Cumwhinton Road in Carlisle after lightning struck it during Wedneaday's storm

Tree split in two on Cumwhinton Road in Carlisle after lightning struck it during Wedneaday's storm

Tree split in two on Cumwhinton Road in Carlisle after lightning struck it during Wedneaday's storm

Tree split in two on Cumwhinton Road in Carlisle after lightning struck it during Wedneaday's storm

Tree split in two on Cumwhinton Road in Carlisle after lightning struck it during Wedneaday's storm

 Tree split in two on Cumwhinton Road in Carlisle after lightning struck it during Wedneaday's storm
Tree split in two on Cumwhinton Road in Carlisle after lightning struck it during Wedneaday's storm
Lightning strike leaves city tree split in two
An electrical storm that hit Carlisle has left a tree split in two.

Adrianos restaurant in Carlisle

 Adrianos restaurant in Carlisle
Adrianos restaurant in Carlisle
Work continuing in bid to reopen flood-hit Carlisle restaurant
It was one of the highest profile victims of the Carlisle floods.

Mike James

 Mike James
Mike James
Gelt Gladiator boss sentenced after competitors seriously hurt
A woman suffered a broken neck after plunging head first into shallow water on a slide at the Gelt Gladiator endurance event.

Kevin Mounsey, council leader Colin Glover, Fred Story and Frank Giecco, of Wardell Armstrong Archaeology, at the site

 Kevin Mounsey, council leader Colin Glover, Fred Story and Frank Giecco, of Wardell Armstrong Archaeology, at the site
Kevin Mounsey, council leader Colin Glover, Fred Story and Frank Giecco, of Wardell Armstrong Archaeology, at the site
Fred Story funds new dig at Roman finds site in Carlisle
Construction boss Fred Story is funding a second dig at a site in Carlisle where experts found ‘Premier League’ Roman archaeology.

The plan for the new McDonald's restaurant in Carlisle

McDonald's submits plans for second Carlisle drive-thru
Fast food chain McDonald's wants to open a second drive-thru restaurant in Carlisle - creating 65 jobs.