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Flood resilience work is planned for Etterby Road

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          Flood resilience work is planned for Etterby Road
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Flood resilience work is planned for Etterby Road
Bid to stop Carlisle road 'falling into River Eden'
A busy residential road is in danger of slipping into a river.

The Civic Centre, Carlisle underwater

 The Civic Centre, Carlisle underwater
The Civic Centre, Carlisle underwater
Future of Carlisle's flood-hit civic centre to be made within months
A decision on how to restore two floors of Carlisle's flood-hit civic centre is expected to be made over the coming months.

Kerryanne Wilde

 Kerryanne Wilde
Kerryanne Wilde
Time running out for floods charity
Time is running out for a charity that was a vital lifeline to thousands whose lives were devastated by Storm Desmond.

Migrant children waiting for transport to a refugee centre in Presevo, Serbia

 Migrant children waiting for transport to a refugee centre in Presevo, Serbia
Migrant children waiting for transport to a refugee centre in Presevo, Serbia
Syrian refugees on their way to new life in Carlisle and Eden
Refugees from war-torn Syria will arrive in Cumbria this month.

Kerryanne Wilde, founder and CEO event organiser at CERT (UK)

 Kerryanne Wilde, founder and CEO event organiser at CERT (UK)
Kerryanne Wilde, founder and CEO event organiser at CERT (UK)
Cumbrian floods charity's £25k plea in closure fightback
A Cumbrian charity which was set up in the aftermath of the devastating 2015 floods faces being shut down - unless it can raise £25,000 by the end of the month.

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.

Eric Tiffin, chairman of the north and west Cumbria group of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Tony Hopper and his family have already had a positive impact on raising awareness of MND, Eric says

The News & Star is backing the Hoppers with our campaign

The Motor Neurone Disease Association supports people suffering with the disease and also carries out research

 Eric Tiffin, chairman of the north and west Cumbria group of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Eric Tiffin, chairman of the north and west Cumbria group of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
"Some people have got in touch with us because they read Tony Hopper's story"
The former footballer, who is battling motor neurone disease, is already raising vital awareness of the disease and helping others, says the MND Association's north and west Cumbria group leader Eric Tiffin

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.

Penrith Rugby Club, Winter Park

Pic: Copyright Google Maps Streetview

 Penrith Rugby Club, Winter Park Pic: Copyright Google Maps Streetview
Penrith Rugby Club, Winter Park Pic: Copyright Google Maps Streetview
Plans to upgrade north Cumbrian rugby pitch with artificial grass
Plans have been tabled to upgrade playing facilities at a north Cumbrian sports club.

Breeze cycle champion Sara Varian (red jacket next to post box) with cycle fans in Great Corby

 Breeze cycle champion Sara Varian (red jacket next to post box) with cycle fans in Great Corby
Breeze cycle champion Sara Varian (red jacket next to post box) with cycle fans in Great Corby
Cumbrian village sees rise in female cyclists
More women are cycling more often thanks to a new biking programme that aims to get women out on their bikes for fun.

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.

Geoff Leeder, Ian McKay, Alan McGurkin and Joanna Coleman

Stanwix School Big Tidy poster winners

 Geoff Leeder, Ian McKay, Alan McGurkin and Joanna Coleman
Geoff Leeder, Ian McKay, Alan McGurkin and Joanna Coleman
Volunteers turn out to clean-up Carlisle
March is here, which for many people means it is the ideal time for a spring clean.

Gareth Ellis

 Gareth Ellis
Gareth Ellis
Carlisle's Castle ward named the "grimiest" in city
An inner-city ward has been labelled the “grimiest” in Carlisle.

Simon Weston

 Simon Weston
Simon Weston
Falklands hero Simon Weston to speak at veterans event in Carlisle
Falklands hero Simon Weston will offer advice to fellow veterans at an event to be staged in Carlisle.

Denton Holme Kangol factory houses

 Denton Holme Kangol factory houses
Denton Holme Kangol factory houses
Developer to revise plan for homes on Carlisle factory site
A HOUSING developer will make a final attempt to secure planning permission for homes on the site of a former factory - after an appeal over previous plans was dismissed by the Secretary of State.

The Waverley Viaduct

 The Waverley Viaduct
The Waverley Viaduct
Viaduct campaigners submit proposal for bridleway link in Carlisle
MORE than eight years after they started a campaign to re-open an historic railway viaduct, those behind the plans have reached a huge milestone.
Another council tax rise for Eden residents
Residents in the Eden district will face another price rise to their council tax, after the district council approved its budget.
Carlisle play park gets new equipment after community group victory
A park is set to get new play equipment after the community group which fought for it raised tens of thousands of pounds to fund improvements.

Ken Kirkpatrick, 62, from Henderson Close, with the potholes that have been temporarily covered over

 Ken Kirkpatrick, 62, from Henderson Close, with the potholes that have been temporarily covered over
Ken Kirkpatrick, 62, from Henderson Close, with the potholes that have been temporarily covered over
Cumbria Council takes more than two months to fill in pothole-ridden road
Officials have apologised for taking more than two months to fill in a pothole-riddled road.

the site of the proposed scheme

 the site of the proposed scheme
the site of the proposed scheme
230-home estate near Carlisle thrown into doubt by new report
Doubt has been cast on plans to build more than 230 homes north of Carlisle.

Mike Tonkin

 Mike Tonkin
Mike Tonkin
Council chairman steps down to spend more time with Cumbrian football club
Mike Tonkin has resigned as chairman of Eden Council to spend more time developing Penrith Football Club.

John Priddle

 John Priddle
John Priddle
'Chuggers are damaging our image' says Cumbrian charity chief
A Cumbrian charity leader says so-called “chuggers” are damaging their image.

Ian Graham and Gill Wright

 Ian Graham and Gill Wright
Ian Graham and Gill Wright
Please don't overrate us
A Government review of business rates means many rural companies could end up facing much higher bills – and for some they could prove too much to bear. Stephen Blease reports

Kerryanne Wilde with donations after the December 2015 floods

 Kerryanne Wilde with donations after the December 2015 floods
Kerryanne Wilde with donations after the December 2015 floods
Cumbria council accused of bullying as floods charity CERT UK faces eviction
A furious charity boss says her organisation will soon be left homeless following a political fall out with council leaders.
Alex Hales injured his finger while fielding in the second one-day international
Alex Hales injured his finger while fielding in the second one-day international
Alex Hales injured his finger while fielding in the second one-day international
Broken hand rules England opener Alex Hales out of remainder of India tour
England opener Alex Hales will miss the remainder of England's limited-overs tour of India with a broken right hand and is also touch and go for next month's trip to the West Indies.
Alex Hales injured his finger while fielding in the second one-day international
Alex Hales injured his finger while fielding in the second one-day international
Alex Hales injured his finger while fielding in the second one-day international
Alex Hales winter woe compounded by finger blow as England wait for X-ray result
Opener Alex Hales could miss the rest of England's limited-overs tour of India after injuring the little finger of his right hand.
Urgent appeal to support children in need in Carlisle and Eden
An urgent appeal has been launched to find foster carers to support children in need.
The best job opportunities in north Cumbria this week
If you’re looking for a fresh career challenge, we’ve picked out five vacancies from the local postings at CN-Jobs.

Middlegate in Penrith

 Middlegate in Penrith
Middlegate in Penrith
New parking restrictions planned for Penrith
A string of road revamps are planned for a Cumbrian town.

A gritter in action (file photo)

 A gritter in action (file photo)
A gritter in action (file photo)
Looking after ourselves and each other during the depths of winter
Is Cumbria braced for winter? Organisations can play a part – and so can the rest of us. Roger Lytollis and Stephen Blease report