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Final chance to vote for Cumbrian charities to win slice of cash
It's the final call for votes in the inaugural Community Choices campaign.
Female engineer told to be 'nicer' because she was a woman by construction firm boss
An engineer suing over sex discrimination by a Sellafield contractor was told to be gentler, kinder and nicer because she is a woman, a tribunal heard.

Erin Clark and Della McBride at St Benedict's science event. Submitted.

 Erin Clark and Della McBride at St Benedict's science event. Submitted.
Erin Clark and Della McBride at St Benedict's science event. Submitted.
Pupils reaching for the stars in Cumbrian science week project
Talented pupils at a Whitehaven school were set the challenge of colonising a new planet during National Science Week activities.

Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like

 Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Korean company looking to buy Toshiba's stake in Cumbrian nuclear project?
The chief executive of Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) has said the firm wants to "jump in" to the proposed Cumbrian nuclear new build.

Annette Robson

 Annette Robson
Annette Robson
Cumbrian health bosses face calls to quit over reforms
Calls have been made for health bosses to quit over controversial decisions about health services across Cumbria.

The winners at the National Skills Academy for Nuclear Awards. Sellafield apprentices Jack Riley (centre left) and Jason Savage (centre right).

Bruce Dickinson (right) at the National Skills Academy for Nuclear Awards with Sellafield apprentice awards winner Jack Riley. On the left is Sellafield's head of training Les Studholme.

 The winners at the National Skills Academy for Nuclear Awards. Sellafield apprentices Jack Riley (centre left) and Jason Savage (centre right).
The winners at the National Skills Academy for Nuclear Awards. Sellafield apprentices Jack Riley (centre left) and Jason Savage (centre right).
Sellafield apprentices collect awards from Iron Maiden legend
Two Sellafield apprentices have been recognised as among the UK's best at a prestigious national awards, presented by a heavy metal legend.

Artist's impressions of the Moorside power plant

 Artist's impressions of the Moorside power plant
Artist's impressions of the Moorside power plant
Credit rating downgrade for Moorside investor
A Cumbrian new nuclear backer has been hit with new woes after agency Standard & Poor (S&P) downgraded its credit rating.

Alistair MacKintosh

 Alistair MacKintosh
Alistair MacKintosh
Landowners could be in line for Moorside compensation
Landowners in Copeland could receive hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation due to disturbance caused by a proposed National Grid upgrade.

Rachel Holliday and Rin Colombi

 Rachel Holliday and Rin Colombi
Rachel Holliday and Rin Colombi
New coffee venture aims to boost Cumbria's homeless hostel
Sellafield workers can enjoy a cuppa on the way to work - and help support a community venture.

Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like

Tom Samson, of NuGen.

 Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Moorside investor Toshiba delays results, again
For the second time in a month, Toshiba has failed to report its 2016 results.

Westlakes Science & Technology Park, where Amec has one of its Cumbrian offices.

 Westlakes Science & Technology Park, where Amec has one of its Cumbrian offices.
Westlakes Science & Technology Park, where Amec has one of its Cumbrian offices.
Company with Cumbrian operation announces £125m deal
A company which employs about 300 people in Cumbria has announced a £125m nuclear deal.

How the power station might look

 How the power station might look
How the power station might look
Moorside nuclear workers' housing set to be permanent
Permanent housing rather than temporary camps are in the pipeline for thousands of workers set to build the proposed Moorside power station, a nuclear chief has revealed.

Mike Starkie

Pat Graham

Gary Shuttleworth

 Mike Starkie
Mike Starkie
New Cumbrian power station at 'core' of region's growth plans
Plans for a new power station are at the "core" of Copeland's growth plans, a high-profile nuclear conference has heard.

Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like.

 Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like.
Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like.
Toshiba nuclear division bankruptcy rumours continue
TOSHIBA has repeated that it is "not aware" of any plans for its American nuclear division to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Angry at proposed road changes

 Angry at proposed road changes
Angry at proposed road changes
Call to council to scrap controversial traffic restrictions through Cumbrian village
A call has been made by Copeland's mayor to scrap highly controversial traffic restrictions planned for a west Cumbrian village.

Gary McKee sets off for his 50th marathon

Gary McKee

 Gary McKee sets off for his 50th marathon
Gary McKee sets off for his 50th marathon
Mega ironman hits halfway mark with 50th marathon in 50 days
Mega-iron man Gary Mckee is halfway through his tough challenge to run 100 marathons in as many days.

Elizabeth Fearon

 Elizabeth Fearon
Elizabeth Fearon
Farmer served notice after 30 years to make way for new Cumbria nuclear plant
A farmer has been left "devastated" after being ordered to close her business to make way for a new nuclear power station.

Artist's impression of what the Moorside power plant might look like

 Artist's impression of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Artist's impression of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Korean firm eyeing investment in Moorside power plant company NuGen
A Korean firm has said it is interested in taking a stake in the company behind Cumbria's planned nuclear new build, according to new reports.

Tommy Taylor

 Tommy Taylor
Tommy Taylor
Tributes to 'irreplaceable' rugby stalwart and charitable fundraiser
A west Cumbrian rugby league stalwart and charity supporter has died.

Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like

 Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Toshiba 'consulting lawyers' over Westinghouse filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy - reports
TOSHIBA is consulting with lawyers about what the impact of its US nuclear division filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy would be, according to reports from Japan.

Workers at Sellafield are set to vote on pensions

 Workers at Sellafield are set to vote on pensions
Workers at Sellafield are set to vote on pensions
Pension ballot for nuclear workers
Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) staff at Sellafield and across the UK are set to vote on a new pension deal.

Artists impression of what the proposed mine surface buildings could look like.

Local resident Keith Kennedy, left, is shown some of the borehole samples by Stephen Craig, from West Cumbria Mining, during the firm's last open weekend in October

 Artists impression of what the proposed mine surface buildings could look like.
Artists impression of what the proposed mine surface buildings could look like.
Company hoping to bring coal-mining back to Cumbria invites public to view latest plans
The firm hoping to return coal-mining to Cumbria with the creation of more than 500 jobs is inviting the public to view its latest plans.

David Peattie, of the NDA.

 David Peattie, of the NDA.
David Peattie, of the NDA.
New chief executive for nuclear group
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has appointed David Peattie as its new chief executive officer.
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer said the Labour Party needs to reflect "honestly" on the by-election results
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer said the Labour Party needs to reflect "honestly" on the by-election results
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer said the Labour Party needs to reflect "honestly" on the by-election results
Labour 'no prospect' of winning next general election, warns Sir Keir Starmer
Labour's by-election loss was "really serious" and the party has "no prospect" of winning the next general election, the shadow Brexit secretary has warned.

Students graduate from Gen2

 Students graduate from Gen2
Students graduate from Gen2
Gen2's newest graduates earn as they learn
Celebrations have taken place at Gen2 as a group of students have graduated.

Anchor Vaults, Whitehaven.

 Anchor Vaults, Whitehaven.
Anchor Vaults, Whitehaven.
Knife-wielding pub man jailed for 18 months
A knife-wielding man lunged at a love rival with the weapon as trouble flared in a Whitehaven pub.

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.

Trudy Harrison

Tom Samson, of NuGen

 Trudy Harrison
Trudy Harrison
Moorside nuclear firm seeks early meeting with new Copeland MP
The company with plans to bring nuclear new build to Cumbria is seeking an early meeting with Copeland's new MP.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the party's defeat in Copeland was 'very disappointing', but he made clear he is determined to carry on
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the party's defeat in Copeland was 'very disappointing', but he made clear he is determined to carry on
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the party's defeat in Copeland was 'very disappointing', but he made clear he is determined to carry on
Labour 'further from power than any time in my life', says David Miliband
Labour under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership is further from power than any time in the last 50 years, David Miliband has said.

Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like

 Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like
Toshiba 'not aware' Westinghouse nuclear division considering filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Toshiba has responded to media speculation that its US nuclear division is set to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy by saying it it is "not aware" of this action taking place.