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Cumbrian schools set to delay exam results publication
Schools are set to delay the publication of their GCSE and A Level results this summer, because of changes to exam grading.

Distington's Scott George: His boot made the difference in the victory at Walney Central

 Distington's Scott George: His boot made the difference in the victory at Walney Central
Distington's Scott George: His boot made the difference in the victory at Walney Central
Distington return to the top of the Cumbria men's league - but rivals Hensingham have games in hand
Reigning champions Distington are back on top of the Cumbria men’s league - but rivals Hensingham have two games in hand.

Leg side stroke: Cleator's David Rooney bowling to Workington's Greg Platten

Hitting out: Workington's Andrew Ireland

Ready to go: Cleator bowler Darren Clarke

 Leg side stroke: Cleator's David Rooney bowling to Workington's Greg Platten
Leg side stroke: Cleator's David Rooney bowling to Workington's Greg Platten
Carlisle slip to a six-wicket defeat at Furness in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division
Carlisle slipped to a six-wicket defeat at Furness in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division.

Last year's winners Charlie Johnstone, Taylor-Mae Graham and Danny Hird

 Last year's winners Charlie Johnstone, Taylor-Mae Graham and Danny Hird
Last year's winners Charlie Johnstone, Taylor-Mae Graham and Danny Hird
Bonny Babies 2017: What you need to know
Bonny Babies are back! And 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of our popular contest, which opens on Monday, 26 June.

Cheryl Corlett can't stand the noise of the water popping

Cheryl Corlett and friend Vicky Calvin concerned over the water

 Cheryl Corlett can't stand the noise of the water popping
Cheryl Corlett can't stand the noise of the water popping
VIDEO: Anger after people ditch kettles over strange popping noises
Hundreds of west Cumbrian residents have been left steaming after their kettles began to pop like ‘popcorn’.

Shaun Weir (left) with Andrew Ponting

 Shaun Weir (left) with Andrew Ponting
Shaun Weir (left) with Andrew Ponting
Free self defence classes offered by Cumbrian in the wake of terror attacks
Free self defence classes are being offered across Cumbria in the wake of the horrifying London terror attacks.
Police ask for witnesses after roof damaged in Egremont
Witnesses are being urged to come forward after a roof was damaged in Egremont.

Unveiling of new flood barriers at Egremont RUFC

David Moore with William Maxwell

Egremont RUFC's development manager Ian Marr

 Unveiling of new flood barriers at Egremont RUFC
Unveiling of new flood barriers at Egremont RUFC
Rugby club gets new flood defences
A rugby club which was devastated by flooding has installed new defences to help keep it safe in the future.

The start of the Lakesman triathlon

Chris Freer

 The start of the Lakesman triathlon
Chris Freer
The start of the Lakesman triathlon
Lakesman 2017: Road closures in full
The Lakesman triathlon will take place in West Cumbria on Sunday.

FuMar

FuMar

 FuMar
FuMar
Art and music collide in Carlisle afternoon workshop
A UNIQUE event takes place in Carlisle next month that will bring together music and art, with a new painting created during the performance.
VIDEO: Fears over water safety as residents report 'popping' kettles
Hundreds of people have taken to social media to complain that their kettles are "going off like popcorn" when they boil them.
Pink mini-skirt woman and partner fail to pay for 13 mile taxi trip across Cumbria
A woman in an eye-catching pink mini-dress who with her partner dodged paying for a taxi is being hunted by police.
Appeal for witnesses launched after verbal abuse in Egremont
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man reported being verbally abused in Egremont.

Putting the boot in: Kells' Ross Gainford nailed a penalty to give his side a win

 Putting the boot in: Kells' Ross Gainford nailed a penalty to give his side a win
Putting the boot in: Kells' Ross Gainford nailed a penalty to give his side a win
The best rugby league has to offer are set to head to west Cumbria tomorrow to visit Kells
Siddal, the best team in amateur rugby league, are in west Cumbria tomorrow when they visit Kells.

Winners: Lowca fanciers Andy Holliday and son Gary

 Winners: Lowca fanciers Andy Holliday and son Gary
Winners: Lowca fanciers Andy Holliday and son Gary
West Cumberland Federation fanciers dominate the first channel race of the season
West Cumberland Federation fanciers dominated the result sheet in the first channel race of the season.

Carlisle's Rickerby Park on a glorious sunny day

 Carlisle's Rickerby Park on a glorious sunny day
Carlisle's Rickerby Park on a glorious sunny day
People and views keep Cumbrians smiling
A study has found that being close to friends and family - and a strong sense of community - are among the things that keep people in Cumbria and south west Scotland smiling.

Egremont's Callum Aitken

 Egremont's Callum Aitken
Egremont's Callum Aitken
Egremont Rangers off the bottom of the National Conference Premier Division after notching season's second win
Egremont Rangers are off the bottom of the National Conference Premier Division after notching their second win of the season.

Got you: Elbra’s Craig Dowling gets to grips with Hensingham’s Liam Campbell

 Got you: Elbra’s Craig Dowling gets to grips with Hensingham’s Liam Campbell
Got you: Elbra’s Craig Dowling gets to grips with Hensingham’s Liam Campbell
Hensingham the only side in the Cumbria Men’s League with a perfect record after win against Ellenborough
Hensingham are still the only side in the Cumbria Men’s League who can boast a 100 per cent record.

Eddie Mitchell: Helped Carlisle to victory at Dalton

Carlisle's Justin Greaves: Took five wickets

 Eddie Mitchell: Helped Carlisle to victory at Dalton
Eddie Mitchell: Helped Carlisle to victory at Dalton
Carlisle leave it to the last over to secure a two-wicket win at Dalton in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division
Carlisle left it to the last over of a gripping match to secure a vital two-wicket win at Dalton and move into third place in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division.

Elbra's Kieran McCartney: Crossed the line in the clash with Glasson

 Elbra's Kieran McCartney: Crossed the line in the clash with Glasson
Elbra's Kieran McCartney: Crossed the line in the clash with Glasson
Maryport derby lives up to expectations as Ellenborough claim the win
The Maryport derby lived up to expectations in mid-week when Glasson and Ellenborough got to grips in the EB Lamb Amateur Cup.
General Election 2017: Cumbria's candidates tell us what's important to them and their voters
Candidates explain to Cumbria's voters what the important issues are - and why they are the ones who can tackled them

Whitehaven town centre

 Whitehaven town centre
Whitehaven town centre
Council bids to tackle parking problems in town centre
A major clampdown is being planned to tackle traffic and parking problems in a Cumbrian town.

Some of the Thomas Graham team members

Thomas Graham

 Some of the Thomas Graham team members
Thomas Graham
Some of the Thomas Graham team members
Carlisle company takes on Three Peaks to mark 125th celebrations
An intrepid team of walkers is set to take on the daunting challenge of climbing the highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales - in just 24 hours.

Get involved: Cumbria Cricket to deliver six soft ball festivals next month

 Get involved: Cumbria Cricket to deliver six soft ball festivals next month
Get involved: Cumbria Cricket to deliver six soft ball festivals next month
Cumbria Cricket to work with clubs in the county to deliver soft balls festivals to mark the ICC Women’s World Cup
Cumbria Cricket will be working with clubs across the county to deliver six inspiring and action-packed soft ball festivals next month.
School coach firm's contract permanently axed after bus faults
A coach firm's contract to transport youngsters to and from school has been permanently axed.
Man appears in court in connection with Workington robbery
An Egremont man has appeared in court accused of robbing a Workington convenience store.

Hitting out: Workington's opener Kristian Moffat

 Hitting out: Workington's opener Kristian Moffat
Hitting out: Workington's opener Kristian Moffat
Workington opener scores a superb Bank Holiday century in a comfortable win against Keswick
Workington opener Kristian Moffat scored a superb Bank Holiday century as they recorded a 192-run victory against Keswick in the North Lancs and Cumbria Premier Division.

Bernard Brice and Margaret Husband take their vows

Bernard Brice and Margaret Husband leave as ‘man and wife’

Margaret Husband arrives with decorated walker

Margaret Husband, 95, and groom Bernard Brice, 93, surrounded by guests and family

Bernard Brice and Margaret Husband sign the register at Gosforth church

Bernard brice and Margaret Husband are married

The bride and groom leave for the reception

 Bernard Brice and Margaret Husband take their vows
Bernard Brice and Margaret Husband take their vows
Woman, 95 and ‘toy boy’, 93, become two of world's oldest newlyweds
With flowers tied to her three-wheeled walker, Margaret Husband walked down the aisle to marry her sweetheart.

The By-Wise store on Vulcans Lane, Workington.

 The By-Wise store on Vulcans Lane, Workington.
The By-Wise store on Vulcans Lane, Workington.
Man to appear in court in connection with Workington robbery
A west Cumbrian man is due in court today in connection with a robbery at a shop in Workington on bank holiday Monday.

St Bees Village School hosted a Colour Run for Hospice at Home West Cumbria

St Bees Village pupils and some of their parents have a great time

Teacher Claire Gibson, left and deputy head Laura Storey got in on the fun. pic Mike McKenzie

Parent Kelly Morrow with her son Isaac

 St Bees Village School hosted a Colour Run for Hospice at Home West Cumbria
St Bees Village School hosted a Colour Run for Hospice at Home West Cumbria
Colourful fun as children race for good causes
Excited youngsters were covered in a rainbow of colour as they raised money for charity.