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John Holland (left centre) and David Moorat, of Brampton hospitals' League of Friends group, with the empty chair


          John Holland (left centre) and David Moorat, of Brampton hospitals' League of Friends group, with the empty chair
John Holland (left centre) and David Moorat, of Brampton hospitals' League of Friends group, with the empty chair
Health bosses slammed for snubbing public meeting
Health bosses have been slammed for snubbing a public meeting over the future of a north Cumbrian hospital.

Derek Barnes with some of his remaining birds

 Derek Barnes with some of his remaining birds
Derek Barnes with some of his remaining birds
Yobs shoot dead 45 birds in slaughter on north Cumbria small-holding 
“Soul destroying” is how owners have described the slaughter of about 45 of their birds and poultry.

Longtown Primary School

 Longtown Primary School
Longtown Primary School
Failing north Cumbrian primary school to be taken over
A failing primary school in north Cumbria is to be taken over.

Fire crews damp down after a blaze at a Ravenglass Railway Engine shed

 Fire crews damp down after a blaze at a Ravenglass Railway Engine shed
Fire crews damp down after a blaze at a Ravenglass Railway Engine shed
3,200 fires started by arsonists in Cumbria in five years
Arsonists have struck nearly 3,200 times in Cumbria in the last five years.

Members of the academics' union - the University and College Union (UCU) - striking outside the University of Cumbria's Fusehill Street campus in Carlisle at the start of a two-day walk-out that is part of a national dispute over pay.

 Members of the academics' union - the University and College Union (UCU) - striking outside the University of Cumbria's Fusehill Street campus in Carlisle at the start of a two-day walk-out that is part of a national dispute over pay.
Members of the academics' union - the University and College Union (UCU) - striking outside the University of Cumbria's Fusehill Street campus in Carlisle at the start of a two-day walk-out that is part of a national dispute over pay.
Carlisle university staff join national walk-out
PICKET lines are outside university sites in Carlisle today as academic staff join a national two-day walk-out in a dispute over pay.
Carlisle man facing two rape charges
A man has appeared in court charged with rape.
Details of roads upgrade plans revealed
More details about the progress of plans to upgrade two of Cumbria’s key roads have been revealed.
Today's travel news for Cumbria
The latest travel news for Cumbria on May 23, 2016

Cannabis plant

 Cannabis plant
Cannabis plant
Fears cannabis being dealt to children as young as 10
Children as young as 10 are feared to be using cannabis.

The Ruth Lancaster James Cottage Hospital, Alston

 The Ruth Lancaster James Cottage Hospital, Alston
The Ruth Lancaster James Cottage Hospital, Alston
MP tells NHS review team: hands off north Cumbria's cottage hospitals
A call has been issued for Success Regime bosses to keep their hands off north Cumbria's cottage hospitals - with an MP saying they are not broken and therefore do not need to be fixed.

Jon Platt outside the Royal Courts of Justice

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 Jon Platt outside the Royal Courts of Justice
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Jon Platt outside the Royal Courts of Justice
Should children take holidays during term time?
Jon Platt won a high court ruling to take his daughter on holiday during school term, against current legislation. We've asked four people for their view.

From left, Scott McHattie, from Eco-Tech Systems, with Jem Gomersall in his home and volunteer Melanie Taylor

 From left, Scott McHattie, from Eco-Tech Systems, with Jem Gomersall in his home and volunteer Melanie Taylor
From left, Scott McHattie, from Eco-Tech Systems, with Jem Gomersall in his home and volunteer Melanie Taylor
Volunteers to help flood victims as Give a Day to the City returns
Helping rebuild the lives of those affected by flooding is at the heart of a Carlisle initiative which will see people give their skills and time to make a difference.

Jane Streames in the lounge

 Jane Streames in the lounge
Jane Streames in the lounge
Ex pub in Brampton now quirky home with lots of character
With many original features, lots of parking and a large garden, Oval House has plenty to attract potential buyers

Rosie Pender, left and sister Sadie

 Rosie Pender, left and sister Sadie
Rosie Pender, left and sister Sadie
Mum praises air ambulance crew after quick actions save young daughter
A mum has praised the Great North Air Ambulance Service for saving her little girl’s life, saying that their family will be “forever in their debt”.
Drink-driver banned after causing crash which left women trapped in their car
A woman who caused a crash which left three women trapped in their overturned car was four times the drink-drive limit.

Doug James

 Doug James
Doug James
Karate club founder honoured by sport
A karate expert who transformed the martial art in Cumbria has another accolade to add to his belt.

Ballot boxes arrive at the Sands Centre

Ballot box emptied ready for counting

John Mallinson, right, leader of the Conservative group on the city council

Hannah Dolan and Carlisle MP John Stevenson

Michael Boaden, retiring councillor from Botcherby

Returning officer Jason Gooding

Independent candidates for Botcherby, Jeff Bomford, with independent councillors Robert Betton and John Paton

Reg Watson, Labour candidate

Lee Sherriff, Labour candidate in Harraby

Labour's Niall McNulty won Upperby

Independent Ray Tinnion won his seat in Hayton

Labour celebrate

Conservative Paul Nedved retained Stanwix Urban

Lee Sherriff wins her seat in Harraby for Labour

 Ballot boxes arrive at the Sands Centre
Ballot boxes arrive at the Sands Centre
Labour hold Carlisle in city council elections 
Labour has retained control of Carlisle City Council in the 2016 local elections.

Polling Stations open for the local elections and the Police and Crime Commissioner Election. A voter walks into the Polling Station at Houghton Village Hall, Carlisle: 5 May 2016 STUART WALKER 50084183F000.JPG

Ballot box

Bigrigg Polling Station for the police and crime commissioner ballot. pic Mike McKenzie 5th May 2016 All quiet at Bigrigg Village Hall this morning as the Polling Station opens for the police and crime commissioner ballot. pic Mike McKenzie

 Polling Stations open for the local elections and the Police and Crime Commissioner Election. A voter walks into the Polling Station at Houghton Village Hall, Carlisle: 5 May 2016 STUART WALKER 50084183F000.JPG
Polling Stations open for the local elections and the Police and Crime Commissioner Election. A voter walks into the Polling Station at Houghton Village Hall, Carlisle: 5 May 2016 STUART WALKER 50084183F000.JPG
Polls open in county elections
PEOPLE across Cumbria have been placing their votes at polling stations to decide who will become the county's next police and crime commissioner while those in the Carlisle district are deciding who will take control of Carlisle City Council.

Civic Centre, Carlisle

 Civic Centre, Carlisle
Civic Centre, Carlisle
Don't just moan - go out and vote!
Polling stations across Carlisle will be buzzing with activity tomorrow as residents decide who they want to represent them on the city council. Jonny Irving reports.
Pub owner backs scheme to buy it
The owner of a village pub is backing a campaign to buy it - claiming he had been left with no choice but to close it.

Brampton Cottage Hospital

 Brampton Cottage Hospital
Brampton Cottage Hospital
Warning to Regime over using community beds as ‘cash cow’
Those leading controversial changes to Cumbria's NHS are being accused of seeing community hospital beds as a "cash cow" to prop up the debt-stricken Carlisle and Whitehaven hospitals.

The GNAAS airlifted the injured man to hospital

 The GNAAS airlifted the injured man to hospital
The GNAAS airlifted the injured man to hospital
Man critical after Carlisle ladder fall
A man was critically injured after falling from a ladder in Carlisle. 

Ray Tinnion

 Ray Tinnion
Ray Tinnion
North Cumbria garage business put up for sale
A family-run garage in north Cumbria is on the market.

The Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle

 The Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle
The Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle
Writing off PFI debt would not solve all of hospitals trust's problems
Writing off Carlisle hospital’s PFI debt would help stem spiralling financial issues - but wouldn’t solve all of its problems.

The Race family from Morton, Carlisle made the trip out to see the beacon on the Castle Green outside Carlisle Castle. (Left to right) Timothy, Gillian, Joseph and Martyn Race

Sarah Abel from English Heritage lights the beacon on the castle green outside Carlisle Castle: 21 April 2016 STUART WALKER 50084028F006.JPG

 The Race family from Morton, Carlisle made the trip out to see the beacon on the Castle Green outside Carlisle Castle. (Left to right) Timothy, Gillian, Joseph and Martyn Race
The Race family from Morton, Carlisle made the trip out to see the beacon on the Castle Green outside Carlisle Castle. (Left to right) Timothy, Gillian, Joseph and Martyn Race
Lighting up Cumbria for the Queen
Flaming beacons were lit across Cumbria to mark the Queen's 90th birthday.

The Nag's Head, Brampton

 The Nag's Head, Brampton
The Nag's Head, Brampton
Prison for yob who told pensioners he was going to 'knock their heads off'
A yob who verbally abused staff in two pubs and told four pensioners he would “knock their heads off” has been jailed.

Doris Hetherington with grandchildren, Emma Hetherington, left, Alice Hetherington

 Doris Hetherington with grandchildren, Emma Hetherington, left, Alice Hetherington
Doris Hetherington with grandchildren, Emma Hetherington, left, Alice Hetherington
I think of the Queen as a very brave person
As the Queen celebrates her 90th birthday, Freya Findlay speaks to Cumbrians who have met her

Members of the public raised their concerns

 Members of the public raised their concerns
Members of the public raised their concerns
'Care services in Carlisle are weak,' public meeting told
Concerns are rife that struggling social services could not cope if more care was moved out of hospitals and into people’s homes.
Have speed signs reached the limit?
The Government is scrapping statutory requirements for signing speed limits. Matthew Cobb examines what the impact will be on Cumbria’s rural roads network
A69 reopens following two-car crash
Firefighters rescued three people trapped in car after a crash on the A69 road in north Cumbria.