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Rubbish which has been dumped beside the recycling centre in Egremont.


          Rubbish which has been dumped beside the recycling centre in Egremont.
Rubbish which has been dumped beside the recycling centre in Egremont.
'Lazy' fly-tippers abandon rubbish - near Cumbrian recycling centre
Persistent fly-tipping has been blasted - after rubbish was dumped near to a recycling centre.
Will tactical voting swing General Election results across Cumbria?
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.

The Official Opening of The Core Youth Centre

Artist Andrea Page, showing a few brush strokes, to Maria Hewit and son Vincent

 The Official Opening of The Core Youth Centre
The Official Opening of The Core Youth Centre
New Cumbrian youth club officially opened
Youngsters have received a boost after a youth club unveiled new facilities thanks to over £90,000 of funding.

Ruth Alcroft

Paul Birks

Gillian Troughton

Rachel Holliday

Kerryanne Wilde

Helen Davison

Fiona Mills

 Ruth Alcroft
Ruth Alcroft
Cumbrian political parties inch closer to General Election candidates
Political parties across Cumbria are getting closer to selecting candidates for the upcoming General Election.

Ketan Fox officially cutting the ribbon to open it with mum Stacey Tunstall

 Ketan Fox officially cutting the ribbon to open it with mum Stacey Tunstall
Ketan Fox officially cutting the ribbon to open it with mum Stacey Tunstall
New autism sensory room for west Cumbrians becomes reality
A new autism sensory room has officially opened in Whitehaven.

Lee Sherriff

Time running out for Labour to declare in Cumbrian constituencies
Time is running out for Labour Party members to put themselves forward in four of Cumbria's six constituencies.

Darren Elliot

 Darren Elliot
Darren Elliot
Cumbrian town council could face second by-election
A second by-election could be held for Whitehaven town council following the resignation of another councillor.

Catherine Street car park, Whitehaven

 Catherine Street car park, Whitehaven
Catherine Street car park, Whitehaven
Extra lights on car park would lead to more anti-social problems, claim residents
Plans to add extra lights to a council car park will lead to more problems with nuisance-causing youths, residents fear.

Ray Cole

 Ray Cole
Ray Cole
Pillar of Millom community “a man we all aspire to” - mayor’s tribute
THE mayor of Millom has described how a pillar of the community helped keep him “on the straight and narrow” during the 20 years they knew each other.

Raymond Gill

 Raymond Gill
Raymond Gill
Cumbrian councillor hits out at health meeting organisation
A councillor at the centre of a row over controversial health decisions has criticised the way a key meeting was organised - saying elected representatives were not properly consulted.

Ballot box

 Ballot box
Ballot box
Cumbria County Council elections: candidates named for May 4 vote
The political future of Cumbria County Council is up for grabs with the full list of candidates for election day on May 4 published.

The Coastguard team and St Bees lifeboat

 The Coastguard team and St Bees lifeboat
The Coastguard team and St Bees lifeboat
Coastguard called to help stranded teenagers
Cumbria's coastguard and RNLI were called to help a teenager stranded on rocks.

Labour Party candidates and members gather outside the Cumbria County Council headquarters on Botchergate.

 Labour Party candidates and members gather outside the Cumbria County Council headquarters on Botchergate.
Labour Party candidates and members gather outside the Cumbria County Council headquarters on Botchergate.
Labour launches county council campaign
Labour members in Cumbria gathered outside the county council's headquarters in Carlisle as the party prepares to launch its manifesto ahead of May's elections.
30mph limit introduced on three Cumbrian roads
Three roads in Copeland are to have their speed limits slashed.

Site of a proposed 60 bed care home on Burnrigg in Morton, Carlisle.

Site of a proposed 60 bed care home on Burnrigg in Morton, Carlisle.

The Sekers Mill , Hensingham as demolition begins on October 1st 2008

GV Sekers mill site at Hensingham Whitehaven

 Site of a proposed 60 bed care home on Burnrigg in Morton, Carlisle.
Site of a proposed 60 bed care home on Burnrigg in Morton, Carlisle.
Two care homes approved in Cumbria
TWO state-of-the-art care homes have been given the go-ahead in Carlisle and Whitehaven by councillors.

The new pound coin

 The new pound coin
The new pound coin
Are you ready for the new pound coin?
Cumbria is gearing up for change, as the new £1 coin comes into currency today.

Mike Starkie, elected mayor of Copeland

 Mike Starkie, elected mayor of Copeland
Mike Starkie, elected mayor of Copeland
20 redundancies at Cumbrian council
A controversial Copeland Council shake-up has seen 20 people leave their jobs at a cost of over £175,000.

Protesters outside Cumbria County Council's headquarters in Carlisle

 Protesters outside Cumbria County Council's headquarters in Carlisle
Protesters outside Cumbria County Council's headquarters in Carlisle
Councillors defend decision to leave key health vote while campaigners call for re-run
Campaigners are demanding a “shambolic” vote that could have stalled controversial cuts to health services across Cumbria be re-run.

Protesters outside Cumbria County Council's headquarters in Carlisle

 Protesters outside Cumbria County Council's headquarters in Carlisle
Protesters outside Cumbria County Council's headquarters in Carlisle
Councillors backtrack on crucial health decisions
Controversy erupted at the end of a key meeting which saw councillors vote for, and then backtrack over, whether or not to refer crucial health decisions to the Secretary of State.

Councillor Peter Connelly

 Councillor Peter Connelly
Councillor Peter Connelly
Safety concerns raised as fish factory site homes plan move on
Plans for 25 new homes on a former fish factory site have moved a step closer.

A view of the derelict site

 A view of the derelict site
A view of the derelict site
Designs for new £6m care home unveiled
Designs for a £6million care home in Whitehaven have been criticised by Copeland Council.

Alistair MacKintosh

 Alistair MacKintosh
Alistair MacKintosh
Landowners could be in line for Moorside compensation
Landowners in Copeland could receive hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation due to disturbance caused by a proposed National Grid upgrade.

Littering at Whelpside, between Hensingham (Whitehaven) and Frizington

 Littering at Whelpside, between Hensingham (Whitehaven) and Frizington
Littering at Whelpside, between Hensingham (Whitehaven) and Frizington
Mayor slams litter louts destroying Cumbrian countryside
"Mindless" individuals who throw litter from their vehicles into roadside verges have been criticised by Copeland's mayor.

Fly-tipping at Eskett Quarry, near Frizington

Fly-tipping at Eskett Quarry, near Frizington

Fly-tipping at Eskett Quarry, near Frizington

 Fly-tipping at Eskett Quarry, near Frizington
Fly-tipping at Eskett Quarry, near Frizington
Cumbrian beauty spot blighted by fly-tippers again
A west Cumbrian beauty spot has again been blighted by fly-tippers.

Councillor Raymond Gill is calling for road improvements around the Sneckyeat Road, Cambridge Road junction in Whitehaven following two accidents there recently.

 Councillor Raymond Gill is calling for road improvements around the Sneckyeat Road, Cambridge Road junction in Whitehaven following two accidents there recently.
Councillor Raymond Gill is calling for road improvements around the Sneckyeat Road, Cambridge Road junction in Whitehaven following two accidents there recently.
Two crashes in a week prompt calls for safety review
A pensioner and young girl were seriously injured and a dog killed in two crashes on the same road in a week.

Mike Starkie

Pat Graham

Gary Shuttleworth

 Mike Starkie
Mike Starkie
New Cumbrian power station at 'core' of region's growth plans
Plans for a new power station are at the "core" of Copeland's growth plans, a high-profile nuclear conference has heard.

Les Tickner

 Les Tickner
Les Tickner
Carlisle residents face further council tax hike
Council tax in Carlisle will go up still further from next month, as councillors approved a precept rise.

Egremont Crab Fair committee launches its healthy eating campaign, ahead of this year's 750th anniversary fair

 Egremont Crab Fair committee launches its healthy eating campaign, ahead of this year's 750th anniversary fair
Egremont Crab Fair committee launches its healthy eating campaign, ahead of this year's 750th anniversary fair
Superman flew into bring Taste Cumbria to popular Crab Fair
Superman flew in to help primary school students support a bid to bring Taste Cumbria to Cumbria's popular Crab Fair.

Philip Hammond makes his Budget statement

 Philip Hammond makes his Budget statement
Philip Hammond makes his Budget statement
Budget raises hopes of road and care improvements in Cumbria
Chancellor Philip Hammond today created hope of road and care improvements in Cumbria.

Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie.

 Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie.
Mayor of Copeland - Mike Starkie.
Nuclear conference to begin
THE New Nuclear Local Authorities Group (NNLAG) Conference starts in Whitehaven tomorrow.