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A69 at Warwick Bridge


          A69 at Warwick Bridge
A69 at Warwick Bridge
Study raises doubts over plan to make A69 dual carriageway
Cost has cast a question mark over full dualling of one of Cumbria's busiest and most controversial roads.

Helen Cole

 Helen Cole
Helen Cole
Knee ops that are nailed-on successes
Carlisle knee surgeon Matt Dawson is attracting international attention for his pioneering work to keep people active. Health reporter Pamela McGowan met some of his success stories...

Grab from the video

 Grab from the video
Grab from the video
Haulage firm launches probe after Carlisle mum left terrified by HGV driver
A mum was left feeling shaken and intimidated after a lorry driver drove scarily close to the back of her car and blasted his horn when her six-month-old baby girl was in the back seat.

Richard Boyle and wife Anthea

The former Drove Inn in Roweltown near Hethersgill.

The former Drove Inn in Roweltown near Hethersgill.

 Richard Boyle and wife Anthea
Richard Boyle and wife Anthea
Former pub set to be turned into couple's home
The new owners of a dilapidated village pub want to breathe fresh life into the building by making it their home.

David Stalker, Gary Alderman (kneeling) and Gordon Graham

 David Stalker, Gary Alderman (kneeling) and Gordon Graham
David Stalker, Gary Alderman (kneeling) and Gordon Graham
Golfers' charity drive lands £37,000
Golfers who compete in an annual drive to raise cash for cancer charities in memory of loved ones have now raised a staggering £37,000.

Cranstons' Dave Dobson (left) with Mark Mallinson.

 Cranstons' Dave Dobson (left) with Mark Mallinson.
Cranstons' Dave Dobson (left) with Mark Mallinson.
Cranstons' new store sells equivalent of six miles of Cumberland Sausage
Cranstons' Brampton store has sold the equivalent of six miles of Cumberland Sausage in its first six months of operation - and hopes to make it 13 by the end of the year.

Pupils at William Howard School, Brampton, collect their A level results

Students from Carlisle's Newman Catholic School celebrate their A level grades this morning

St Benedict's students with their A-level results. Left to right, Tom Murtagh , Kate Starkey and Caleb Hamilton

Whitehaven Academy students, from left, Connor Pearson, Michael Johnson and Ellie Ford

Netherhall student Jessica Douglas is off to Manchester University to study business management

Workington Academy students, from left, Rachel Byrne, Georgia Routledge, Lauren Stephenson and Sarah Stoddart

Cockermouth School's Harriet Wiggington

Keswick School A level results students celebrating

Cockermouth School's Charles Van Der Bossche, Conall McDowell and Nathaniel May

Newman Catholic School students, from left, Micaela Mossop, Maria Salles De Barros and Jennifer Fleming

Caldew School's Damion Wilson

Richard Rose Central Academy pupil Laura Tickner with assistant headteacher Caroline Carson

Jennifer Fleming from Newman Catholic School, Carlisle

Richard Rose Central Academy's Jodie Archibald has secured a place at Sunderland University

Trinity School, Carlisle, sixth form As Level students

Cockermouth School's Alistair Martin

Cockermouth School headteacher Dr Rob Petrie congratulates students

Cockermouth School

 Pupils at William Howard School, Brampton, collect their A level results
Pupils at William Howard School, Brampton, collect their A level results
A-level results joy for Cumbrian students
The wait ended today for thousands of students across Cumbria as they picked up their A-level results.

Sophie Brine

 Sophie Brine
Sophie Brine
Results day marks a new beginning
Tomorrow students who want to go to university will discover if they've made the grade - but what happens if you don't? All is not lost, as Kelly Pattison reports

Jimmy Little, left, and Shaun White

 Jimmy Little, left, and Shaun White
Jimmy Little, left, and Shaun White
Bidding war beckoning as buyers line up to bag pub
Villagers are not the only people looking to buy and reopen their pub in Irthington, near Brampton.

Carlisle Crown Court

 Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court
Man, 50, jailed for sending sex messages to girl, 14
A 50-year-old man who sent lewd sexual messages to a 14-year-old schoolgirl has been jailed.

A vigil for Connor Armstrong, 17, of Castle Carrock, who died last week, held in Bitts Park in Carlisle.

Friends release lanterns into the sky.

 A vigil for Connor Armstrong, 17, of Castle Carrock, who died last week, held in Bitts Park in Carlisle. Friends release lanterns into the sky.
A vigil for Connor Armstrong, 17, of Castle Carrock, who died last week, held in Bitts Park in Carlisle. Friends release lanterns into the sky.
Hundreds gather to light lanterns in memory of Connor, 17
LANTERNS filled the sky of a Carlisle park in memory of a much-loved teenager who held a place in so many people's hearts.

Members of this year's Lakeside Casting Agency Summer Camp

Members of this year's Lakeside Casting Agency Summer Camp

Members of this year's Lakeside Casting Agency Summer Camp

Marie Scougal, 37, centre, from Scotby

Luke Thompson, 12, Matthew Usher, 20 and Kane Armstrong, 11

Members of this year's Lakeside Casting Agency Summer Camp

 Members of this year's Lakeside Casting Agency Summer Camp
Members of this year's Lakeside Casting Agency Summer Camp
Agency scouts youngsters at masterclass - WITH VIDEO
A casting agency has held a week of acting masterclasses to try and identify new talent in the area.

Battle: Alston Hospital campaigners before the Success Regime meeting

 Battle: Alston Hospital campaigners before the Success Regime meeting
Battle: Alston Hospital campaigners before the Success Regime meeting
Glimmer of hope for hospital bed campaigners
Community hospital chiefs have promised to look again at whether they can find a new way to save under-threat beds.

Claire Molloy

Brampton War Memorial Hospital

 Claire Molloy
Claire Molloy
‘Stressed’ staff going ‘above and beyond’ at crisis-hit hospitals
Stressed nurses and staff at north Cumbria's cottages hospitals have been working "above and beyond" to ensure services remain safe, health bosses have admitted.

Fashion Knitwear Designer Rosella May

Fashion Knitwear Designer Rosella May

Model Ramario Chevoy

Photographer Andy Espin

Fashion Knitwear Designer Rosella May

Fashion Knitwear Designer Rosella May

 Fashion Knitwear Designer Rosella May
Fashion Knitwear Designer Rosella May
Calvin Klein lands Rosella... in the middle of graduation
As Rosella May waited to accept a well-deserved first class honours degree in Fashion Knitwear and Knitted Textiles in front of her proud family, she found herself in a spin.

Former Carlisle United hero Ivor Broadis

England's Ivor Broadis (L) and Scotland's Aikten in action

 Former Carlisle United hero Ivor Broadis
Former Carlisle United hero Ivor Broadis
‘It was good being there, but I don’t think anything can beat playing’
Carlisle legend Ivor Broadis was at Wembley in 1966, but as a journalist, not player.

The Ruth Lancaster James Cottage Hospital, Alston

 The Ruth Lancaster James Cottage Hospital, Alston
The Ruth Lancaster James Cottage Hospital, Alston
Staff crisis forces temporary shutdown of Cumbria cottage hospital beds
A staffing crisis across north Cumbria's cottage hospitals is forcing the shutdown of one next week as health chiefs implement contingency plans to maintain safe levels of service.

General view of Wigton Hospital.

 General view of Wigton Hospital.
General view of Wigton Hospital.
Crisis at community hospitals could see temporary closures
Cottage hospital units across north Cumbria could be forced to close temporarily due to an “unprecedented” staffing crisis.

A piper leads the funeral procession

 A piper leads the funeral procession
A piper leads the funeral procession
Hundreds turn out for soldier's funeral
A community turned out in force today to give Corporal Josh Hoole a fitting send off.
Three cottage hospitals earmarked to lose beds
Three cottage hospitals are set to lose ALL their beds - with the total number across north Cumbria dropping by 33.

Rachael McKie and Josh Hoole, who died while training with the army.

Phillip Hoole from Carlisle, father of Cpl Joshua Hoole

 Rachael McKie and Josh Hoole, who died while training with the army.
Rachael McKie and Josh Hoole, who died while training with the army.
Dad of Brecon Beacons soldier tells of son’s pride in Army
A proud Carlisle father has paid tribute to his "dedicated and professional" son who tragically died while training with the army.

Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday at Green Lane Nursing Home in Brampton with children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Elizabeth McCluskey with her sisters in the 1920s

Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday

Elizabeth McCluskey with Leslie McCluskey (left) and Muriel Brierley

 Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday at Green Lane Nursing Home in Brampton with children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Elizabeth McCluskey celebrates her 100th birthday at Green Lane Nursing Home in Brampton with children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
100 years young for woman described as a 'proper grandma'
A Brampton woman celebrated living for a century surrounded her loving family and friends.

Brampton Community Centre holds a solar farm public consultation

William Laird on the quad bike with brother Jim and his son Rory

Charles Yates

 Brampton Community Centre holds a solar farm public consultation
Brampton Community Centre holds a solar farm public consultation
Sun sets on solar park application
Plans for a 25-acre solar park in Brampton have been scuppered by changes to government payments.

Louise and Craig Docherty with son Harry, 22 months, at the back of their property

 Louise and Craig Docherty with son Harry, 22 months, at the back of their property
Louise and Craig Docherty with son Harry, 22 months, at the back of their property
Countryside on the doorstep of this modern Brampton home
Friendly people, a rural feel yet only minutes from urban amenities - just three of the reasons why a Brampton couple love living there.

Fir Ends Primary School, Smithfield

 Fir Ends Primary School, Smithfield
Fir Ends Primary School, Smithfield
Primary school to close early for summer
A PRIMARY school is to close early for summer to allow building work to get off the ground.

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 Sky logo
Sky logo
Sky Talk and broadband issues resolved in Carlisle and north Cumbria
Residents and businesses in north Cumbria experienced major issues with their Sky packages.

SIMEON CHATZILIDIS

SIMEON CHATZILIDIS
Jail for Brampton lock knife man
A judge has jailed a man for committing his second knife crime in seven months.

Brampton War Memorial Hospital

John Holland

 Brampton War Memorial Hospital
Brampton War Memorial Hospital
Campaigners lodge plans to save under-threat hospital
A group fighting to save Brampton hospital has offered to stump up the cash to fund an extra bed and help recruit staff.

Pupil Aimee-Jo Phillips serves Doris Watson and Mabel Irving

Guests applaud the singers

Audrey Bowers with organiser Sandra Robinson who is retiring this year

 Pupil Aimee-Jo Phillips serves Doris Watson and Mabel Irving
Pupil Aimee-Jo Phillips serves Doris Watson and Mabel Irving
Party piece: Scones and songs for visitors
There was cake, coffee, tea and treats as a party got underway in Brampton.

Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, many of whom saw action on The Somme

File photo dated 01/11/1916 of British soldiers negotiating a shell-crater

MATTHEWG

Ghosts on the Somme /

 Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, many of whom saw action on The Somme
Officers of the 6th Battalion Border Regiment, many of whom saw action on The Somme
‘There was not a braver young man on battlefield’
The anniversary of the Battle of the Somme has provoked intense interest in Cumbria's contribution. Chris Story looks some fascinating messages from the frontline.