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          Jack Graham
Jack Graham
Fine for boat skipper who crashed into wind turbine off Cumbrian coast
A fishing boat skipper who crashed his boat into a wind turbine off the Cumbrian coast has been fined.

Carlisle's Chris Thursby, pictured, was a foursomes winner alongside Brampton's Lee Sturrock

Penrith's Mike Parker, pictured, teamed with Rob Leitch to claim a point for Cumbria

Carlisle's Chris Thursby won a foursomes point for Cumbria against Lancashire B at Furness

Rob Leitch claimed a morning point for Cumbria on his home course at Furness

Players tackle the third and fourth holes at Furness in the match-up between Cumbria and Lancashire B

Spectators watch the action as Cumbria take on Lancashire B at Furness Golf Club

 Carlisle's Chris Thursby, pictured, was a foursomes winner alongside Brampton's Lee Sturrock
Carlisle's Chris Thursby, pictured, was a foursomes winner alongside Brampton's Lee Sturrock
Cumbria and Lancashire battle it out for golfing honours at Furness
Cumbria fell to a narrow defeat to Lancashire B on a day when the skies opened and drenched players from both teams on the Furness Golf Club links.

Nicola Reay and Fiona Ismay

 Nicola Reay and Fiona Ismay
Nicola Reay and Fiona Ismay
Cumbrian sisters prepare for South American charity adventure
Two Cumbrian sisters are preparing fly half way across the world and tackle Peru's famous Inca Trail in memory of their late mother.

Bernard Brice with his daughter Helen Gadsby

Bernard Brice at his first wedding and Margaret Husband, right

 Bernard Brice with his daughter Helen Gadsby
Bernard Brice with his daughter Helen Gadsby
Cumbrian 'toyboy' Bernard Brice, 93, set to become one of the world's oldest newlyweds
At 93, Bernard Brice never expected to be a ‘toyboy’, but he and sweetheart Margaret Husband are set to become two of the world’s oldest newlyweds.
Woman flown to hospital after crash
A woman has been flown to hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Seascale.

Olena Tong

 Olena Tong
Olena Tong
Police appeal for help to find missing west Cumbrian woman
Police are asking for help to find a missing woman from west Cumbria.

Grace Starkey, left, at one of the IT centres operating during the Community Choices campaign Picture: Mike McKenzie

 Grace Starkey, left, at one of the IT centres operating during the Community Choices campaign Picture: Mike McKenzie
Grace Starkey, left, at one of the IT centres operating during the Community Choices campaign Picture: Mike McKenzie
Community Choices shortlist revealed – and now it's time to vote
It's time to reveal the shortlist of worthy causes operating in Allerdale and Copeland who hope to win funding through the first Community Choices campaign.

Ravenglass Railway Engine shed fire

 Ravenglass Railway Engine shed fire
Ravenglass Railway Engine shed fire
More than one third of fires in Cumbria down to arsonists
Arson attacks account for more than one third of all Cumbria fires, new figures show.
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
Embattled Toshiba 'remains committed' to new nuclear plant in Cumbria
The company building a new nuclear power station in Cumbria insists Toshiba "remains committed" to the multi billion-pound project despite doubts after the Japanese giant revealed a huge loss.
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
Blow to UK power station plans as Toshiba set to withdraw from nuclear projects
Japanese giant Toshiba is expected to confirm it is withdrawing from new nuclear projects outside Japan, dealing a blow to plans for a new power station in the UK.

Derek Cartwright

 Derek Cartwright
Derek Cartwright
Cumbrian ambulance boss warns maternity transfer plans are 'not clinically safe'
Ambulance boss Derek Cartwright does not believe controversial plans to transfer women more than 40 miles while in labour are clinically safe, the News & Star can exclusively reveal.
Delays expected as abnormal load heads through Cumbria
Motorists are being warned to expect delays as an abnormal load passes through Cumbria today.
Motorists warned to expect delays as abnormal load heads through Cumbria
Motorists are warned to expect delays today as an abnormal load passes through the county.

The Coast Road: (l-r) Dave Camlin, Bex Mather and Bethany Elen Coyle

 The Coast Road: (l-r) Dave Camlin, Bex Mather and Bethany Elen Coyle
The Coast Road: (l-r) Dave Camlin, Bex Mather and Bethany Elen Coyle
Acoustic outfit hit the road for Cumbria date
AN acoustic collective with members from Cumbria and the North East are about to embark on a tour supported by Arts Out West.

Brian Levitan

 Brian Levitan
Brian Levitan
Pair in court charged with robbery at west Cumbrian post office
A 19-year-old man and a teenager have appeared in court jointly charged with robbery at a west Cumbrian post office.

Ravenglass Post Office in Main Street.

 Ravenglass Post Office in Main Street.
Ravenglass Post Office in Main Street.
Teenagers charged after west Cumbrian armed robbery
Two teenagers arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a west Cumbrian Post Office, have been charged.

GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine

 GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
GENERIC PICTURE - Fire engine
Two freed from vehicles in west Cumbria crash
Two people had to be cut free by firefighters following a crash in west Cumbria.

Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School

 Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School
Gareth Jones, headteacher at Cummersdale Primary School
Primary school league tables: Cumbrian schools below national average
The latest primary school league tables published today show that Cumbrian schools are performing below the national average.
Studies highlight risks of travel times between Whitehaven and Carlisle hospitals
Risks and travel times for those forced to travel from west Cumbria to Carlisle for hospital treatment have again been called into question following the publication of two new studies.

The bridge will remain closed during repairs

Engineers on the bridge

The damaged bridge

 The bridge will remain closed during repairs
The bridge will remain closed during repairs
Repairs to bridge damaged by nuclear waste lorry 'may be complete in a week'
A main route into a Cumbrian village has been closed after a HGV struck a bridge.

From left, Helen Dunne, of Pudding Lane cafe, Michelle Ancell, from Gosforth village store, Gill Unsworth, of Gosforth bakery and Andy Williams from A Williams and Son butchers

 From left, Helen Dunne, of Pudding Lane cafe, Michelle Ancell, from Gosforth village store, Gill Unsworth, of Gosforth bakery and Andy Williams from A Williams and Son butchers
From left, Helen Dunne, of Pudding Lane cafe, Michelle Ancell, from Gosforth village store, Gill Unsworth, of Gosforth bakery and Andy Williams from A Williams and Son butchers
Sellafield reopens Calder Gate but long-term fears remain for nearby traders
Struggling shop owners have welcomed Sellafield’s decision to reopen its Calder Gate entrance at lunchtimes - but worries remain over the traders’ long-term future.
Chimney fire spread through home
Firefighters were called to tackle a house fire in the early hours of this morning.

Pylons at Whicham

 Pylons at Whicham
Pylons at Whicham
National Grid consultation: what you need to know to have your say
National Grid has announced its plans to connect the Moorside Power Station to the grid.
New National Grid consultation into Cumbria power lines plan
A new consultation on plans to connect Cumbria's proposed nuclear power station to the electricity network have been announced by National Grid.

Shaun Monaghan, chairman of Cumbria Primary Headteachers Association

Alan Rutter, chairman of Cumbria's schools forum

Petition launched to fight proposed £8.3m clawback of schools cash
Action has been stepped up to fight controversial proposals to clawback more than £8.3m from Cumbria's schools.

Firefighter Kasey Grainger backs on-call firefighter recruitment drive

 Firefighter Kasey Grainger backs on-call firefighter recruitment drive
Firefighter Kasey Grainger backs on-call firefighter recruitment drive
Fresh appeal for on-call firefighters
A new appeal has been launched to try and recruit on-call firefighters.
Multi-million pound extreme sports centre shelved
Plans for a £20 million extreme sports centre have been shelved.

Workington skipper Callum Moffat

 Workington skipper Callum Moffat
Workington skipper Callum Moffat
Workington Cricket Club look to complete unbeaten season with wins over Furness and Kendal
Workington have two games left, in which, they can complete a season’s cricket without a single defeat.

Workington's Robbie Lambert in action

 Workington's Robbie Lambert in action
Workington's Robbie Lambert in action
Workington to hunt treble at Penrith Cricket Club
Penrith Cricket Club will stage the County Cup final on Sunday, September 11 as Workington bid to land their third trophy of the season.

Helena Thompson Museum manager Patricia Poole with Councillors Alan Barry and Joe Holliday

 Helena Thompson Museum manager Patricia Poole with Councillors Alan Barry and Joe Holliday
Helena Thompson Museum manager Patricia Poole with Councillors Alan Barry and Joe Holliday
70 defibrillators now available across Cumbria after council drive
More than 70 life-saving defibrillators are now available across Cumbria following a successful drive from the county council.