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City new boy: Former Reds man Rob McCartney


          City new boy: Former Reds man Rob McCartney
City new boy: Former Reds man Rob McCartney
Manager James Tose: Carlisle City’s new boys have already gelled in well with the current squad
Manager James Tose says Carlisle City’s new players have already gelled in well with the current squad.

Mountain Warehouse Store Manager Tracy Gibson with colleagues Matthew McEwan and Honey Mirzaie.

 Mountain Warehouse Store Manager Tracy Gibson with colleagues Matthew McEwan and Honey Mirzaie.
Mountain Warehouse Store Manager Tracy Gibson with colleagues Matthew McEwan and Honey Mirzaie.
Outdoors shop staff do their bit for housing charity
Staff at a travel and outdoors store are doing their bit to support a housing charity.

Joanne Carr winner of Bonny babies in 1979.

Joanne Graves, nee Carr, 40, of Harraby, Carlisle - she won the News & Star's Bonny Babies competition (girls 1-3 category) in 1979

Joanne Carr winner of bonny babies in 1979

Siblings Jack (left) Unwin, six, and three-year-old sister Nellie, of Fergus Way, Morton West, Carlisle. Jack reached the final of Bonny Babies in 2012 and Nellie won the 1-3 girls category in 2015

Parents Simon and Rachel Unwin, of Fergus Way, Morton West, Carlisle with children Jack, now six, and three year old Nellie. Jack was a finalist in the News & Star's Bonny Babies competition in 2012 and Nellie won the girls 1-3 years section in 2015's competition

Winners of the News and Star Bonny Babies Competition 2009 receive their prizes, Saturday 12th December 2009.

(left to right front) Harry Stewart 1 and mum Paula, Evie O'Hagan 3 and mum Karen, Harvey Bell 3 and mum Lyndsey.

(left to right back) David Jackson commercial director of the Lanes, Anne Pickles associate editor of the News and Star and Tony Wiseman photographer.

Bonny Baby Winner 2009 in the Babies One Year and Under category Harry Stewart, aged 11 months, from Causeway Head, near Silloth, pictured with proud mum Paula Stewart

1998 Bonny Babies Charlie Stewart, with his proud mum Paula Stewart

Bonny Babies / Bonny Baby competition finalist Taylor-Mae Graham with mum Kayleigh Lambert from Carlisle.

Bonny Babies 2015 winner of the one to three years catergory, Nellie Rose Unwin aged 15 months from Fergus Way, Morton, Carlisle pictured with mum Rachel Unwin

 Joanne Carr winner of Bonny babies in 1979.
Joanne Carr winner of Bonny babies in 1979.
Bonny Babies 40 years on - look how previous winners turned out!
Joanne Graves has just turned 40, and she isn't the only one celebrating a milestone this year.

John Devlin. Photo: Martyn Cockbain

 John Devlin. Photo: Martyn Cockbain
John Devlin. Photo: Martyn Cockbain
John Devlin leads way in Derwent Valley Federation
West Cumbria Amalgamation’s second channel race of the season proved a tough test for the birds.

Honeysuckle Lodge, Kirkhouse, Brampton

Manor House, Penrith

Empire Park, Gretna

 Honeysuckle Lodge, Kirkhouse, Brampton
Honeysuckle Lodge, Kirkhouse, Brampton
3 of the best detached
From lodges to new-builds, there's a great selection of stand-along homes on the market right now.

Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown

Pretty Muddy

Taking part in the 5k race

Lauren Gill with daughters Lacie, left and Omee

Hannah McKillop, left and Elaine Malyn

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Taking part in the 5k race

Emma Wright running for her grandad Brian

Pretty Muddy competitors

Runners in the 5k race

Ellie Krukowski

Pretty Muddy competitors

Taking part in the 5k race

Pretty Muddy competitors

Taking part in the 5k race

Teresa Shield, Deb Steele and Charlotte Parker, 7

Pretty Muddy competitors

Runners taking part in the Race For Life

From left, Bryony Sharpe, Christy Johnston and Bernie Willets

Runners limber up for 10km race

Armstrong Watson team

Team running for Carol 'Floppy' Morgan

From left, Melissa Baker, Lucy Wickham, Debbie Aitken, Sam Milner and Nicolle Baker

Moky Fit team warm up the crowd

Mary Bragg, 82, who ran for husband Fred

Team Boak

Eli Richmond, the winner of the 10k race

The Honey Bees, from left, Catherine Box, Hannah Wolstencroft, Jayne Fullerton, Kate Glencross and Chloe Carruthers

Runners in the 10k race

Frm left, Tracey Smith, Kirsty Stewart and Jillian Maxwell

Taking part in the 10k

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Pretty Muddy

Carlisle's Run Mums

 Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown
Hannah Ritchie, left and Faith Brown
VIDEO: Thousands of women Race for Life in Carlisle
Suncream and plenty of water were the order of the day as women from across Cumbria raced for life.

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.

Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store.

Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director.

Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish.

Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.

 Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store. Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director. Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish. Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.
Local producers outside Carlisle's Cranstons store. Back row: Mari & Geoff Avens of Cumberland Mustard, Alison Watson of Paddigill Rum Butter, Nicola Fox and Barry Pearson, Assistant Manager and Manager of Cranstons Carlisle Food Hall, Ian Thomson of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Martin Jones Cranstons retail director and Philip Cranston managing director. Middle Row: Karen Taylor Brysons of Keswick, Neil Boustead from The Toffee Shop Penrith, Rachael Muir of Cumbrian Legendary Ales, Claire Kent of Claires Handmade, Judith Wren of Kin Vodka, Jonathan Robb Hawkshead Relish. Front Row: Bethany Collin representing Gretna Bakery, Mel Dixon of the Gingerbread Bakery Currock, Luke Jackson and Bruce Brown of Bruce and Lukes Coffee, Katie Read of the The Lakes Distillery, David Dickinson of Brockwood Lees Farm and Callum O Neill Cranstons Butcher.
Cranstons store revamp good for suppliers
Cranstons has highlighted the firms from Cumbria and southern Scotland which will supply its revamped Carlisle store.

Paula and David Hemsley

Paula and David Hemsley, the Pearly King and Queen of Harrow, who married at Gretna Green.

Paula and David Hemsley, the Pearly King and Queen of Harrow, who married at Gretna Green.

 Paula and David Hemsley
Paula and David Hemsley
History made as Pearly Royals marry at Gretna
Gretna Green has seen its fair share of unique weddings since the mid-1700s, but history has been made as the world-famous wedding venue hosted a Royal marriage.
Supermarket worker stole mobile phones worth almost £4,000
A supermarket worker who stole mobile phones and iPods worth nearly £4,000 will be sentenced next week.

Proposed England Coast Path from Gretna to Allonby

Natural England

 Proposed England Coast Path from Gretna to Allonby
Natural England
Proposed England Coast Path from Gretna to Allonby
Objections against plans for section of England Coast Path in Cumbria
Protestors are objecting to plans for a footpath through Cumbria which could be come part of the longest coastal path in the world.

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 Generic picture
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Police probe high-value thefts including trolley full of alcohol
Thieves stole a trolley full of alcohol worth more than £500 from a Tesco store.

Don Brown takes his shot at Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club

 Don Brown takes his shot at Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club
Don Brown takes his shot at Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club
Grey vote set to be blue at General Election?
Every player at Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club wears white. No red, blue or other clues to political allegiance.

Gordon Routledge

 Gordon Routledge
Gordon Routledge
'There’s too much else going on to worry about instead of another Scottish referendum'
Should Cumbria be troubled by the prospect of a second referendum on Scottish independence?

Enjoying the sunshine in Bitts Park, Carlisle, are Chloe Flannigan, left, 18, from Eastriggs, and Nadine Knowles, 19, from Gretna

A crowded Bitts Park, Carlisle, as everyone enjoys the sunshine, Andy Jones with his two-year-old son Chester Jones

A crowded Bitts Park, Carlisle, as everyone enjoys the sunshine, two-year-old Chester Jones in the water park

A crowded Bitts Park, Carlisle, as everyone enjoys the sunshine, Jonny Reynolds, aged six, from Harker, pictured with his litte sister Alayia Reynolds aged 1

 Enjoying the sunshine in Bitts Park, Carlisle, are Chloe Flannigan, left, 18, from Eastriggs, and Nadine Knowles, 19, from Gretna
Enjoying the sunshine in Bitts Park, Carlisle, are Chloe Flannigan, left, 18, from Eastriggs, and Nadine Knowles, 19, from Gretna
Thunderstorms on way as Cumbria has fun in the sun
Cumbrians basked in wall to wall sunshine as the hottest day of the year lived up to expectations - but it's about to be washed away as heavy downpours are among today's forecast.

The former Carlisle and Workington players who took part in last Sunday's charity game (photos: Barbara Abbott)

Tony Hopper with former United boss Mick Wadsworth

Barbara Abbott

Peter Hampton and Mick Wdsworth catch up with Richard Prokas

Barbara Abbott

Tony Gallimore and Stevie Hayward sign memorabilia before the match

Barbara Abbott

Tony Hopper greets George McVitie in the United legends line-up

 The former Carlisle and Workington players who took part in last Sunday's charity game (photos: Barbara Abbott)
The former Carlisle and Workington players who took part in last Sunday's charity game (photos: Barbara Abbott)
"Tactics? I haven't got any." Behind the scenes at Tony Hopper's charity game
Jon Colman with a fly-on-the-wall account as dozens of former Carlisle United and Workington Reds heroes staged an entertaining and emotional reunion

Gavin Skelton

Skelton came through the youth ranks as a player at Carlisle United

New role: David Wilkes

Richard Parkes

 Gavin Skelton
Gavin Skelton
Gavin Skelton: I'll make the most of "great opportunity" at Carlisle Utd
Gavin Skelton said the chance to rejoin boyhood club Carlisle United was too strong to turn down after he hung up his boots to become an academy coach at Brunton Park.

Fiona Bell

 Fiona Bell
Fiona Bell
Carlisle supermarket worker stole nearly £4,000-worth of phones and iPods
A trusted supermarket worker stole mobile phones and iPods worth nearly £4,000 from her workplace.
Woman arrested for drink-driving after crashing into school with child on board
A woman was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after crashing into a hedge outside a school while a child was on board.
Police Scotland said a report into the alleged offence would be submitted to the procurator fiscal
Police Scotland said a report into the alleged offence would be submitted to the procurator fiscal
Police Scotland said a report into the alleged offence would be submitted to the procurator fiscal
School run driver 'five times over the legal alcohol limit'
A woman has been arrested for allegedly being five times over the Scottish drink-drive limit after picking up a child from school.
Firefighters dealt with Carlisle recycling plant blaze
Firefighters spent four hours dealing with a fire at a Carlisle recycling plant.

Irwin Wallace caught up with Carlisle captain Danny Grainger, right, and Adam Collin, left ahead of Notts County's game against Carlisle (photo: Derek Horn)

 Irwin Wallace caught up with Carlisle captain Danny Grainger, right, and Adam Collin, left ahead of Notts County's game against Carlisle (photo: Derek Horn)
Irwin Wallace caught up with Carlisle captain Danny Grainger, right, and Adam Collin, left ahead of Notts County's game against Carlisle (photo: Derek Horn)
Coach catches up with Cumbrian duo ahead of Notts County v Carlisle United clash
Irwin Wallace coached both Adam Collin and Danny Grainger at Castletown Juniors

Jonathan Higgins

Blondie's Debbie Harry

Mike Tyson arrives at the Sands Centre

Wayne Rooney enjoys a gig from the gallery

Stone Roses singer Ian Brown

Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Sons

Jake Bugg

Jools Holland

 Jonathan Higgins
Jonathan Higgins
Mike Tyson put his cigar out - in the cheesecake
From eating eggs with Debbie Harry to telling Wayne Rooney off for smoking, Jonathan Higgins has got close to the stars. Roger Lytollis reports
Witnesses sought following house blaze in border town
Police Scotland have launched an investigation into an incident of wilful fireraising after a man woke to discover a blaze at his Gretna home.

Nigel Clibbens

United's owners have come in for criticism from some fans

Clibbens says Steven Pattison showed "passion" at last August's fans' forum

Clibbens says Keith Curle's claim that some people in the club are against him has been "put to bed"

Barbara Abbott

 Nigel Clibbens
Nigel Clibbens
Carlisle Utd chief exec: "We've got to get the message across about the good things we're doing"
In the final part of our interview, Nigel Clibbens responds to criticism of the club's owners, discusses the team's current form and transfer policy, and insists there are many reasons for faith in the Blues

Andy Whitaker and son Jordan Lewis-Skipper

 Andy Whitaker and son Jordan Lewis-Skipper
Andy Whitaker and son Jordan Lewis-Skipper
Carlisle business owners devastated after theft
A heartbroken father-and-son have been forced to cancel bookings after thieves struck at their successful paintballing business.

The scene of a large fire at a poultry farm on the outskirts of Carlisle

Firefighters at the scene of a large fire at a poultry farm on the outskirts of Carlisle

The scene of a large fire at a poultry farm on the outskirts of Carlisle

Scene of a major barn blaze near Great Orton, on the edge of Carlisle

 The scene of a large fire at a poultry farm on the outskirts of Carlisle
The scene of a large fire at a poultry farm on the outskirts of Carlisle
16,000 chickens killed in huge fire near Carlisle
Fire crews have been performing regular checks at the site of a huge farm fire, which killed nearly 16,000 chickens.

Pro Union Campaigners from Hands Across the Border raise the Union Flag on top of the Auld Alliance Cairn

 Pro Union Campaigners from Hands Across the Border raise the Union Flag on top of the Auld Alliance Cairn
Pro Union Campaigners from Hands Across the Border raise the Union Flag on top of the Auld Alliance Cairn
Bid for second Scottish referendum 'undemocratic' say Cumbrian MPs
The Scottish National Party's bid to have a second independence referendum has been condemned by MPs across Cumbria as "undemocratic".

Tony Hopper

Tony Hopper, left, and Mark Boyd

Former Carlisle United player hails Tony Hopper's fighting spirit
Ex-Newcastle United youth shared house with midfielder and praises him, saying: "We all love him and will always support him as much as we can"

The Auld Alliance Cairn, Gretna

Rory Stewart

 The Auld Alliance Cairn, Gretna
The Auld Alliance Cairn, Gretna
Cumbrian MP would 'campaign twice as hard' against second Scottish referendum
A strong supporter of Scotland remaining in the UK, Rory Stewart says he would campaign twice as hard if Brexit was to initiate a second independence referendum.