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Colin Bowley

 Colin Bowley
Colin Bowley
Bird feeding, begging and spitting could be banned from Carlisle
Bird-feeding, begging and spitting are all set to be banned from the city streets.
Crews tackle hay fire in Carlisle
Three pumps from north Cumbria have been tackling a hay fire in Carlisle this evening.

Zoe Thomson

Tony and Sue Hopper at home with children Daniel, nine, Jack, four, and Adam, seven

 Zoe Thomson
Zoe Thomson
Brampton girl, 7, faces the chop for Tony Hopper
A seven-year-old girl is cutting off 12 inches of her long locks in support of the Hopper family.

Oliver Barr, whose family run the track at Hayton, Brampton

Enthusiastic fans watch on

Dominic Lancett during the Thor British Youth Nationals Motocross series

 Oliver Barr, whose family run the track at Hayton, Brampton
Oliver Barr, whose family run the track at Hayton, Brampton
The Thor British Youth Nationals enjoys an exciting weekend at Brampton
The Thor British Youth Nationals enjoyed an exciting weekend of racing at Brampton, Cumbria for round two of the championship where Wal Beaney, Vinnie Guthrie, Dominic Lancett, Rossi Beard and Jed Etchells took the overall honours.

The bothy which is being restored by The Calvert Trust

 The bothy which is being restored by The Calvert Trust
The bothy which is being restored by The Calvert Trust
Cumbrian disability charity given helping hand
A disability charity looking to restore a woodland retreat in the heart of the Lake District is being given a helping hand.

Bob Harvey and dog Darkie who have been helped to find a new home together in Longtown

 Bob Harvey and dog Darkie who have been helped to find a new home together in Longtown
Bob Harvey and dog Darkie who have been helped to find a new home together in Longtown
Call for inquiry into care home dog row pensioner case
Friends of an 87-year-old man who was given no choice but to leave his former care home are calling for an inquiry into the way he was treated.

Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie

 Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie
Bob Harvey and his dog Darkie
Bob and Darkie find new home together - in Cumbria
A pensioner who faced being evicted from a Scottish care home in a row over his dog will move across the border to Cumbria today.

Duncan Chisholm of Wolfstone

Kanda Bongo Man (photo by Ian West/PA)

The Urban Folk Quartet

 Duncan Chisholm of Wolfstone
Duncan Chisholm of Wolfstone
International stars bound for Music on the Marr this summer
ACTS from as far afield as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal and Zimbabwe will be appearing at this summer's Music on the Marr, with the line-up just announced.

The new structure

The damaged bridge

During construction

 The new structure
The new structure
Footbridge damaged by Cumbrian floods finally reopens
A footbridge damaged by devastating floods has been officially reopened.

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Peter Doyle speaks at the Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Mike Downham with Emily Graham at the Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Brent Kennedy speaks at the Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Andrea Murray, left, speaking at the protest as Helen Davison holds Benjamin Murray

Heather Dempsey speaks at the Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest

 Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest
Save Our Services, NHS cuts protest
Mass protest on Carlisle streets over health service cuts
Pregnant women, families with children and NHS staff were among the 800-strong crowd that took to the streets of Carlisle in opposition to health service cuts.

Firefighters rushed to the scene

 Firefighters rushed to the scene
Firefighters rushed to the scene
Firefighters from across Cumbria tackle barn fire
Firefighters from seven stations tackled a barn fire for five hours.
Walkers to retrace Wordsworth's steps in Cumbrian Fair Trade hike
Walkers will retrace the steps of William Wordsworth along the daffodil-covered banks of Ullswater which inspired his most famous work.

Ballot box

 Ballot box
Ballot box
Cumbria County Council elections: candidates named for May 4 vote
The political future of Cumbria County Council is up for grabs with the full list of candidates for election day on May 4 published.

Eskdale Mill is seeking new volunteers.

Eskdale Mill is seeking new volunteers

 Eskdale Mill is seeking new volunteers.
Eskdale Mill is seeking new volunteers.
Lake District watermill appeals for volunteers
Volunteers are urgently needed to help keep the Lake District's last working watermill open.

Penrith Pumas Double Triples Team

Dianne Fieldhouse and Margaret Kelton were Ladies Pair Finalists

 Penrith Pumas Double Triples Team
Penrith Pumas Double Triples Team
Double Triples League brings interesting results as Eden Eagles claim two victories
There were some interesting games completed in the Double Triples League and the results have gone a fair way to determining the league champions for this season.

Penrith Pumas Double Triples Team

Dianne Fieldhouse and Margaret Kelton were Ladies Pair Finalists

 Penrith Pumas Double Triples Team
Penrith Pumas Double Triples Team
Double Triples League brings interesting results as Eden Eagles claim two victories
There were some interesting games completed in the Double Triples League and the results have gone a fair way to determining the league champions for this season.

Charity campaign: Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam

The News & Star is backing the Hoppers with our campaign

A charity night at the University of Cumbria raised £2,637 for the MND Association. Pictured are one of the organisers Emily McCausland with Tony and Sue

 Charity campaign: Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
Charity campaign: Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
Tony Hopper fundraising campaign for motor neurone disease charity passes £8,000
Brave Tony Hopper's campaign to raise cash to help the fight against Motor Neurone Disease is well on the way to smashing its initial £10,000 target.

Former Cockermouth School pupil Ben Chaudhri

Starter for 10: University Challenge finalist Ben Chaudhri

 Former Cockermouth School pupil Ben Chaudhri
Former Cockermouth School pupil Ben Chaudhri
Former Cumbrian schoolboy in University Challenge final
A Cumbrian student is through to the final of University Challenge.

Firefighters from Brampton and Carlisle attended

 Firefighters from Brampton and Carlisle attended
Firefighters from Brampton and Carlisle attended
House fire in Cumbria town
The kitchen of a house on Park Road, Brampton, was extensively damaged in a fire tonight.
Police identify young Carlisle arsonists plaguing city estate
Police have identified a number of youths linked to a string of rubbish fires, as firefighters call for them to stop wasting valuable resources.

A peregrine falcon

 A peregrine falcon
A peregrine falcon
Probe launched after death of protected bird in Cumbria
Police are investigating the death of a wild peregrine falcon in Cumbria.

Quintuplet lambs

Greenwell Meadows Farm at Castle Carrock where quintuplet lambs have been born

Keith with one of the lambs and the mother

Keith Brown with Erin Ritchie and Mel Brown who have been helping out with the lambing

 Quintuplet lambs
Quintuplet lambs
Five lambs are million-to-one sign of spring for Cumbrian farmer
A Geltsdale farmer couldn't believe it when a million-to-one sign of spring arrived on his farm.

Cumbria Constabulary Police Logo crest badge CUTOUT

 Cumbria Constabulary Police Logo crest badge CUTOUT
Cumbria Constabulary Police Logo crest badge CUTOUT
Emergency services dealt with crash on busy Cumbrian route
EMERGENCY services dealt with a two-vehicle crash on one of Cumbria's busiest roads.

Apprentices at the new HIT Chef Academy

Setting the table at the new HIT Chef Academy

Preparing the food at the new HIT Chef Academy

An example of a meal prepared at the launch of the HIT Chef Academy

The apprentices at the new HIT Chef Academy

 Apprentices at the new HIT Chef Academy
Apprentices at the new HIT Chef Academy
Future Gordon Ramsays to be trained in Cumbria
The Gordon Ramsays of the future are being trained at a new chef academy in the north.

The debenture document filed with Companies House

Brunton Park

Philip Day

Edinburgh Woollen Mill

 The debenture document filed with Companies House
The debenture document filed with Companies House
More details emerge of Edinburgh Woollen Mill's cash link to Carlisle Utd
Further details that appear to confirm that the Edinburgh Woollen Mill have made a significant loan to Carlisle United have emerged.

Emily McCausland of Carlisle city centre with Tony and Sue Hopper

Scott Bettie, Tony Hopper and Brendan Rogers

Fighting Back For Tony Campaign logo 2017 Tony Hopper Carlisle United News & Star

 Emily McCausland of Carlisle city centre with Tony and Sue Hopper
Emily McCausland of Carlisle city centre with Tony and Sue Hopper
Sell-out success a big boost for Tony Hopper's fightback fund
Kindhearted Cumbrians showed their support for Tony Hopper's fightback fund and the vital charity it's raising money for at a sell-out event.

Philip Day

Details of EWM's charge on Brunton Park

 Philip Day
Philip Day
Fans' group: Link with tycoon Philip Day will benefit Carlisle Utd in short term "and moving forward"
Full details yet to emerge on arrangement between Blues and Edinburgh Woollen Mill boss

The central island, inset fire and bi-folding doors in the kitchen

The porch has been opened up but still provides shelter for visitors

The house name projected on to the front door as bright sunlight shines through the fan light

Entrance hallway with new front door

The glass-panelled door adds to the light and airy feel of the living room

The roof lantern window above the dining area

Caroline Quinn in the large open-plan kitchen

The solid oak flooring contrasts with the neutral look of the kitchen

Hive central heating control

Master bedroom with doors which open out on to the dining area roof

Family bathroom with twin wash basins

Bathroom light fitting

Ground-floor toilet and shower room

The freestanding bath in the family bathroom

Solid oak door and industrial style towel radiator

The family garden area with a glass-panelled fence giving open views across fields

 The central island, inset fire and bi-folding doors in the kitchen
The central island, inset fire and bi-folding doors in the kitchen
Up-to-the-minute makeover for tired Carlisle semi
A neglected house in a sought-after area of the city has been transformed by the couple behind an ambitious young property business.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Darren Snowden, 45, of Brookside, Raffles, Carlisle.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Johnathan O'Neil, 28, of Creighton Avenue, Carlisle.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Andrew John Berry, 25, of Bower Street, Carlisle.

SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Levi Howard, 30, of High Cliff, Barrow-in-Furness

SUB PIC: Cumbria Police 17/03/2017 re eight-handed drugs conspiracy case Cannabis seized

SUB PIC: Cumbria Police 17/03/2017 re eight-handed drugs conspiracy case Cocaine seized

 SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Darren Snowden, 45, of Brookside, Raffles, Carlisle.
SUBMITTED 17 March 2017 Darren Snowden, 45, of Brookside, Raffles, Carlisle.
Carlisle cocaine gang man was also part of 'cash for crash'
One of three Carlisle men jailed for their role in a drugs conspiracy was part of the major cash for crash scam.

Gelt Gladiator organiser Mike James

Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam

Gelt Gladiator takes place over two days in June

The endurance event includes four different challenges over two days

The event takes place in Gelt Woods, near Brampton

Fighting Back For Tony - a News & Star campaign

 Gelt Gladiator organiser Mike James
Gelt Gladiator organiser Mike James
How muddy marvels at this year's Gelt Gladiator can support Tony Hopper's motor neurone disease campaign
Former footballer's cause is the nominated charity for popular endurance event near Brampton