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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

Photo: Laura Dodsworth

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.

Carlisle civic centre

Chris Southward, Carlisle City Council's portfolio holder for environment and transport

 Carlisle civic centre
Carlisle civic centre
Green bin charges scrapped by Carlisle council after backlash
Controversial plans to charge for green bin collections in Carlisle from next April have been scrapped.
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.

Flooding across part of north and west Cumbria

Flooding across part of north and west Cumbria.

 Flooding across part of north and west Cumbria
Flooding across part of north and west Cumbria
Cumbria warned to brace itself, as weather warnings issued for rain and wind
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Cumbria throughout most of tomorrow as the county braces itself for more heavy rain.

Plumbland

Flooding between Blennerhasset and Bagrow

Flooding on the old railway line under the bridge near Seaton Village Hall

 Plumbland
Plumbland
WITH VIDEO: Cars still stranded in floods after storm hits Cumbria
Cars are continuing to get trapped in floodwater as roads across the county remain underwater.

The World Mental Health Day event in Carlisle city centre

 The World Mental Health Day event in Carlisle city centre
The World Mental Health Day event in Carlisle city centre
Carlisle hosts World Mental Health Day event to tackle stigma
Tackling mental health stigma is the key message of a high high-profile awareness event taking place in Carlisle today.

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Asda Supermarket - submitted

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

Asda Supermarket - submitted 17th August 2017

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Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire
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.

Frank Giecco views the inscription carved onto a piece of stone

Work continues at the archaeological dig

Work continues at the archaeological dig

Trainee Archaeologist Holly-Ann Carl with one of the rings

One of the rings

A rare Roman coin from the second century

Diocletian Roman coin from the second century:

Colin Glover Leader of Carlisle City Council, Frank Giecco and Kevin Mounsey from Wardell Armstrong, Mike Rayson from Carlisle Cricket Club and Fred Story founder of Story Contracting and Story Homes

A bronze hairpin and a semi precious stone

Work continues at the archaeological dig

Work continues at the archaeological dig

More walls and artifacts have been uncovered

 Frank Giecco views the inscription carved onto a piece of stone
Frank Giecco views the inscription carved onto a piece of stone
WITH VIDEO: Carlisle Cricket Club site gives up yet more of its fascinating Roman history
As a month-long dig at Carlisle Cricket Club nears its conclusion, Phil Coleman reports on its fascinating finds.

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

Sean and Bella (photo by www.iandaviesphoto.com)

Sharon Gosling (photo by Lucien Xavier)

 Sean and Bella (photo by www.iandaviesphoto.com)
Sean and Bella (photo by www.iandaviesphoto.com)
Archers actors set to appear in premiere of Cumbrian live radio play
ACTORS whose voices are regularly heard on the nationally-beloved radio play The Archers will be heading for a North Cumbrian village.

Traffic backs up on the A7 Eden Bridge in Carlisle as cars are stopped for a traffic census.

 Traffic backs up on the A7 Eden Bridge in Carlisle as cars are stopped for a traffic census.
Traffic backs up on the A7 Eden Bridge in Carlisle as cars are stopped for a traffic census.
Traffic survey scheme that caused delays in Carlisle cost nearly £50k
Traffic surveys that included moves that caused delays to motorists across Carlisle cost nearly £50,000 to complete.

A packed House of Lords, London. Photo: PA Wire

The Palace of Westminster, London. Home of the House of Lords and the House of Commons. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Lord Cavendish. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS

 A packed House of Lords, London. Photo: PA Wire
A packed House of Lords, London. Photo: PA Wire
The Lords of Cumbria - Who are they and how much do they claim?
Cumbria's representatives in the House of Lords cost the taxpayer more than £400,000 last year - but all played an active role in debates and voted regularly.

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

Carlisle city council green garden waste recycling bin

Carlisle City Councillor for the Denton Holme ward and portfolio holder for environment and transport Chris Southward

John Mallinson, conservative councillor for Longtown and Rockcliffe. S70465.jpg

 Carlisle city council green garden waste recycling bin
Carlisle city council green garden waste recycling bin
Carlisle ‘garden tax’ claim - as council plans £30 green bin fee
New charges for green bin collections are set to be brought in across Carlisle.

Graham Frost from NUHT in Cumbria. Photo: Tom Kay 50088220T003.JPG

Cumbria primary headteacher Chris Brooksbank. Photo: JON GRANGER REF: 0387013

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The number of children excluded for violence against an adult in schools in Cumbria over the last five years.

 Graham Frost from NUHT in Cumbria. Photo: Tom Kay 50088220T003.JPG
Graham Frost from NUHT in Cumbria. Photo: Tom Kay 50088220T003.JPG
Tiny terrors: Reception age kids expelled for attacks on teachers in Cumbria
CHILDREN as young as four are among those excluded from schools across Cumbria after launching physical assaults on teachers, shocking new figures show.

Jordan McClure

Flowers at the scene of the accident in which Jordan McClure died

 Jordan McClure
Jordan McClure
Dad's moving tribute to son killed in crash
A father has paid an emotional tribute to his "wonderful" teenage son who died in a car crash.

Penrith town centre

Kevin Beaty

 Penrith town centre
Penrith town centre
Relief road and new homes hope to help boost town's fortunes
A new relief road is one of the options being considered as part of plans to drive a town's economy forward.

First day at School. Starting the Reception Class at Pennine Way Primary School is Nicole Makepeace brought in by mum Dawn Makepeace

Starting the Reception Class at Pennine Way Primary School is Annalise Simpson brought in by grandma Suzanne Simpson

Starting the Reception Class at Pennine Way Primary School is Eden Brown brought in by mum Eve McLellan

Starting the Reception Class at Pennine Way Primary School is Nicole Makepeace brought in by mum Dawn Makepeace and brothers Liam Makepeace who goes into Year Two and Callum Makepeace who goes into Year Three

The PTA from Pennine Way Primary held a tea and tissues morning for any parents

The PTA from Pennine Way Primary held a tea and tissues morning for any parents

 First day at School. Starting the Reception Class at Pennine Way Primary School is Nicole Makepeace brought in by mum Dawn Makepeace
First day at School. Starting the Reception Class at Pennine Way Primary School is Nicole Makepeace brought in by mum Dawn Makepeace
Tea and tears: Emotional day as Carlisle children have their first day at school
The first day of school can be emotional, arguably more so for parents than for children themselves.

Gerry Garvey, owner and manager of Muddy Boots Nursery, Newton Rigg, Penrith

 Gerry Garvey, owner and manager of Muddy Boots Nursery, Newton Rigg, Penrith
Gerry Garvey, owner and manager of Muddy Boots Nursery, Newton Rigg, Penrith
Warning for families as new 30-hour childcare scheme is introduced
Cumbria's privately-run nurseries are making changes to ensure they survive the introduction of the Government's new childcare scheme - and warn parents to get their bids for places in early.

CERT UK will close tomorrow.

 CERT UK will close tomorrow.
CERT UK will close tomorrow.
Cumbrian charity to close its doors due to lack of funds
A charity which was set up in response to the Carlisle floods and went on to help people in need across the country will close its doors today .
Alarming number of Cumbrians "drowning in debt"
A rising number of Cumbrians are battling against debt, with more than 800 declared insolvent in a year.

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.

Penrith Castle

 Penrith Castle
Penrith Castle
Penrith Castle Park lottery bid on ice
A £2.5 million bid to improve Penrith's Castle Park has been put on ice by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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DA
Drug poisoning deaths rise in Cumbria
Deaths from drugs poisoning have more than doubled in Cumbria during the past decade, according to shocking new national statistics.

C-Art artwork 2017

Beastie

Brian Shields

Sarah Taylor's work at the La'al Ratty

Art Gene & Cumbria Wildlife Trust – ‘Razzle Dazzle’ Hides South Walney Island Nature Reserve

 C-Art artwork 2017
C-Art artwork 2017
C-Art is back with its biggest programme yet
CUMBRIA'S annual county-wide festival of the arts returns next month with the full programme now announced.

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.

Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits

 Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits
Having three alcohol-free nights has health benefits
Cumbria's hospital admission rates for alcohol abuse among worst in England
The cost of increasing dependency on alcohol will be paid in the lives of Cumbrians says the boss of a national health organisation.

Refugees from war torn Syria

 Refugees from war torn Syria
Refugees from war torn Syria
Refugees settling well into Cumbrian life
About 32 Syrian refugees are now settling into life in north Cumbria.

Wigton's NatWest bank

Alan Pitcher

David Ferriby

 Wigton's NatWest bank
Wigton's NatWest bank
Bank bosses slammed for closing Cumbrian town's branch
Bank bosses came under fire from Wigton councillors about their decision to close one of the town's only remaining branches.

Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep

Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service

Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep

Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service

Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep

Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service

 Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep
Cumbria Fire & Rescue Service
Firefighters from Shap and Penrith rescued the sheep
Firefighters bring troubled sheep back to dry land
Firefighters ensured a troubled sheep got back to dry land after it got stuck in the River Eden.
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