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Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood's Rum Nicky recipe's West Cumbrian link
Great British Bake Off contestants had to make Rum Nicky last night - and judge Paul Hollywood picked up the recipe in West Cumbria.

Peter McCall

 Peter McCall
Peter McCall
Police chief to meet with public to discuss anti-social behaviour in Frizington
Concerned residents are invited to a meeting in Frizington to discuss anti-social behaviour in the village.

Murder victim: Melinda Korosi, 33, from Carlisle.

Miklos Verebes, who jailed for life,for the murder and rape of Melinda Korosi last year.

Peter McCall, police and crime commissioner for Cumbria. Photo: DAVID HOLLINS

Dave Higham from The Well in Barrow. Photo: JON GRANGER REF: 50078704B001.jpg

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Funding for victims of domestic abuse has fallen in Cumbria since 2010. Image by Ella Paton, Viewfinder Studios.

 Murder victim: Melinda Korosi, 33, from Carlisle.
Murder victim: Melinda Korosi, 33, from Carlisle.
Domestic violence in Cumbria: crime levels soar as refuge funding falls behind
DOMESTIC abuse is one of the fastest growing crimes in Cumbria - leaving funding for refuge places lagging behind, a new investigation has revealed.
Marathon man Gary McKee in the running for Pride of Britain Award
Record-breaking runner Gary McKee has been named as one of the region's four finalists in the Pride of Britain Awards.
Fly-tippers given 'on the spot fines' as Cumbria councils crack down on culprits
FLY-TIPPERS are being slapped with "on the spot" fines as Cumbria's councils start to crack down on the culprits.

The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.

 The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.
The sod-cutting ceremony yesterday.
Work starts on new 60-bed care home in Copeland costing £6m
Work has officially started on a new £6m 60-bed residential care home in Whitehaven.
Egremont and Millom voters to take to the polls next month
Candidates have been announced for two elections in Copeland next month.

A view of the derelict site of the Sekers Mill at Hensingham, Whitehaven

 A view of the derelict site of the Sekers Mill at Hensingham, Whitehaven
A view of the derelict site of the Sekers Mill at Hensingham, Whitehaven
Relief as work starts to transform eyesore former factory site into £6m care home
Work starts today on transforming a notorious eyesore in to a £6m care home.

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Cumbria County Council headquarters. Photo: STUART WALKER 50089055F018.JPG

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McDonalds, KFC and Dominos - the purchases on council credit cards in Cumbria
TOWN hall bosses across Cumbria have used council credit cards to buy meals at KFC and McDonalds, filter coffee for runners and bacon sandwiches for contractors, a special investigation has revealed.

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Librar

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library

The Rotary Club of Whitehaven has raised £620 for Macmillan Cancer Support

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Seascale Libray. 6 Oct 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Event organisers, Cumbria County Council Community Service Officers, left Rachel Harouis and Anne Carruthers.

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Seascale Libray. 6 Oct 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Left Edna Barnard and Anne Pooley.

MacMillan Coffee Morning at Seascale Libray. 6 Oct 2017. Pics Jim Davis. Jean Caulfield from Seascale, a piece of cake and a bit of light reading.

 MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library
MacMillan Coffee Morning at Kells Library
Community raises cash for Macmillan Cancer Support
Bakers have been out in force to help raise cash for Macmillian Cancer Support.

People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.

 People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.
People involved in the newly-launched FareShare scheme in West Cumbria.
Free and low-cost food available for struggling residents in West Cumbria
Free and low-cost food is been given to people in desperate need through a new project in West Cumbria.

The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory

 The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory
The new care home will be on the site of the former Sekers factory
Work to start on £6million care home on Monday
Work will start on a new £6 million care home in Whitehaven on Monday.

Sid the Loan Shark in Whitehaven

 Sid the Loan Shark in Whitehaven
Sid the Loan Shark in Whitehaven
Biting back against loan sharks in West Cumbria
A week of action is set to be launched in West Cumbria to stop loan sharks and encourage people to save money.

Potholes and uneven surfaces on the A7 road, Kingstown Road, Carlisle

Workmen on the roads

Photo: Tom Kay

Potholes and uneven surfaces on the A7 road, Kingstown Road, Carlisle

Potholes and uneven surfaces on the A7 road, Kingstown Road, Carlisle

Find out here which are Cumbria's most pothole-ridden roads
Thousands of complaints for routes across the county

Chris Whiteside

 Chris Whiteside
Chris Whiteside
Councillors want consultation on Beckermet rat-run
Controversial traffic restrictions in a Copeland village have been put on hold while consultation takes place.

Storm Desmond left a trail of destruction in Carlisle and across Cumbria.

A section of road has been closed in Lancashire Road, Millom, after being damaged by floodwaters. Copeland flash flooding. 01/10/17 J Rees

Mary Shovelton, 58, stands outside her flood damaged home in Market Street, Millom. Copeland flash flooding. 01/10/17 J Rees

A barrier which stopped water getting into a property in Market Street, Millom. Copeland flash flooding. 01/10/17 J Rees

Anne Reay in her Warwick Road home in Carlisle while it was still being worked on after the floods

Enviorment Agency working on River Greta Keswick The Enviroment Agency are working on lowering the banks on the river Greta beside High Hill road,Keswick to help alleviate flooding in the town.pic John Story September 19th 2017

Storm Desmond leaves a trail of destruction in Carlisle and across Cumbria. Torrential rain and gale force winds resulted in flooding of homes and businesses across the city. Two men in a boat on Warwick Road: 6 December 2015 STUART WALKER 50081920F000.JPG

The Carlisle floods of 2015.

Cumbria Floods 2015. Cockermouth: Clean up gets underway as the flood water subsides on Main Street.

Holborn Hill, in Millom

 Storm Desmond left a trail of destruction in Carlisle and across Cumbria.
Storm Desmond left a trail of destruction in Carlisle and across Cumbria.
Floods: How prepared is Cumbria for the winter?
Fears over further floods after the latest weather crisis hits the county
Parents get boost in bid for school transport help
Frustrated parents who are having to pay hundreds of pounds a year to send their children to their second choice school have received a boost in their bid for financial help.

Credible buyers: Tom Samson, chief executive of NuGen

Vision: An artist's impression of the proposed Moorside nuclear power plant

Growing concerns: Stewart Young, leader of Cumbria County Council

Infrastructure investment: Trudy Harrison, MP for Copeland

 Credible buyers: Tom Samson, chief executive of NuGen
Credible buyers: Tom Samson, chief executive of NuGen
Cumbrian nuclear plant set to be delayed
Cumbria's £10bn nuclear new build will not be delivered on schedule, according to the man in charge of the company behind it.

Mayor Mike Starkie, April Garner Market's Officer and Mandy Richardson of Dinner Ladies Cakes at the birthday celebration for Whitehaven Market

Connie Dobson, aged 6 and Mayor of Copeland Mike Starkie at the birthday celebration for Whitehaven Market

Morag Hopkins from the HM Prison Haverigg Smokery at the first year celebration of Whitehaven Market

 Mayor Mike Starkie, April Garner Market's Officer and Mandy Richardson of Dinner Ladies Cakes at the birthday celebration for Whitehaven Market
Mayor Mike Starkie, April Garner Market's Officer and Mandy Richardson of Dinner Ladies Cakes at the birthday celebration for Whitehaven Market
Birthday celebrations for revamped Whitehaven Market
Birthday celebrations have taken place to mark the first anniversary of its relaunch.

Roads become impassible due to heavy rainfall. 30/09/17 Photo: Submitted

Heavy vehicles manage to make it through floodwaters which threatened to swamp smaller vehicles. 30/09/17 Photo: Submitted

Mayor Angela Dixon cleaning drains in Surry Street, Millom, in order to let flood water flow away. 30/09/17 Photo: Jason Haine

A motorist in Copeland was forced to abandon their car after flood waters rapidly rose. 30/09/17 Photograph: Kerry Swales

A motorist in Copeland was forced to abandon their car after flood waters rapidly rose. 30/09/17 Photograph: Kerry Swales

A motorist in Copeland was forced to abandon their car after flood waters rapidly rose. 30/09/17 Photograph: Kerry Swales

The A595 at Kirkby-in-Furness underwater. 30/09/17 Photograph: Liz Gaskell

The A595 at Kirkby-in-Furness underwater. 30/09/17 Photograph: Liz Gaskell

The A595 at Kirkby-in-Furness underwater. 30/09/17 Photograph: Liz Gaskell

The A595 at Kirkby-in-Furness underwater. 30/09/17 Photograph: Liz Gaskell

 Roads become impassible due to heavy rainfall. 30/09/17 Photo: Submitted
Roads become impassible due to heavy rainfall. 30/09/17 Photo: Submitted
UPDATED 6.40pm Saturday September 30: Environment Agency working with Met Office to forecast any impending threat of flooding
Emergency services continue to work throughout the afternoon following flash flooding in West Cumbria.

Brian O'Kane

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 Brian O'Kane
Brian O'Kane
Whitehaven Town Council meeting cut short after nine minutes
Whitehaven's latest town council meeting was controversially suspended after only nine minutes.

Michael Guest

 Michael Guest
Michael Guest
Whitehaven councillor: ‘No apology’ over corruption claims
A Whitehaven councillor has refused to apologise over claims he made online about “corruption in Copeland”.

Families and Copeland MP Trudy Harrison on a community walk, organised by Age UK West Cumbria, to mark Grandparents Week.

 Families and Copeland MP Trudy Harrison on a community walk, organised by Age UK West Cumbria, to mark Grandparents Week.
Families and Copeland MP Trudy Harrison on a community walk, organised by Age UK West Cumbria, to mark Grandparents Week.
Community celebrates Grandparents Week
Appreciating the love and support of our grandparents is the aim of a major campaign this week.
Copeland housing decision delayed due to council's cyber attack
A potential housing development in Copeland has been delayed due to the council's on-going IT issues caused by a cyber attack.
Betting shop to be converted into community gym after plans approved
A former betting shop in Whitehaven will be converted into a gym after plans were given the go-ahead.

The Grotto at St Mary's Church, Cleator.

 The Grotto at St Mary's Church, Cleator.
The Grotto at St Mary's Church, Cleator.
Controversial plans for houses near to church grotto given the go-ahead
A controversial housing application near to a Copeland church grotto has been given the green light.

Wigton town centre

 Wigton town centre
Wigton town centre
Teen yobs hurling missiles at cars and climbing across roofs in Cumbrian town
Cumbrians urged to speak up over bad behaviour

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3D Travel, Aldby Grove, Cleator Moor

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Simon Evans, Traffic Commissioner

 DVSA
DVSA
Cumbrian bus firm stripped of licence after faults on school vehicles
3D Travel held school bus contract for eight years, despite four public hearings revealing 'negligent' maintenance

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.

 Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.
Montreal School pupls have a African Drumming Workshop with Zozo Shuaibu.
Musician brings sounds of Africa to Cleator Moor school
Enthusiastic pupils at a Copeland school have tried their hand at African drumming.

Sir Tony Robinson outside The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven

Sir Tony Robinson chats with The Beacon's visitor host Matthew Bland

Sir Tony Robinson and Copeland Mayor Mike Starkie following the unveiling of the plaque at The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven.

Sir Tony Robinson cuts the ribbon at the Gladiators exhibition, joined by Alan Ashforth, aged seven, from Cleator Moor; Copeland Mayor Mike Starkie and David Jennings, Chief Executive of Jorvik

Sir Tony Robinson unveils the plaque at The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven.

 Sir Tony Robinson outside The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven
Sir Tony Robinson outside The Beacon Portal, in Whitehaven
TV legend Sir Tony Robinson visits Whitehaven
History was brought to life as TV legend Sir Tony Robinson attended a double launch event at The Beacon Museum in Whitehaven.