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Cockermouth Hospital

 Cockermouth Hospital
Cockermouth Hospital
Beds under threat at north and west Cumbria community hospitals
TEN years on from a hard-fought campaign to save north and west Cumbria’s community hospitals, protesters have reacted with dismay at news beds are once again under threat.

Jo Ritzema

 Jo Ritzema
Jo Ritzema
Director of year award for north Cumbria-based WCF boss
THE managing director of WCF has been named chartered director of the year at the North West Director of the Year Awards.

Austen Davies, pictured in 2008 after re-opening The Centurion Inn

 Austen Davies, pictured in 2008 after re-opening The Centurion Inn
Austen Davies, pictured in 2008 after re-opening The Centurion Inn
Man ordered to turn his home back into village pub
A BUSINESSMAN who lived in a village pub without permission for about three years has been warned he must reopen it as a public house.
Six jobs to go when Edinburgh Woollen Mill closes shop
AN Edinburgh Woollen Mill shop is to close next month, with the loss of six jobs.

Residents of Newtownare unhappy their BT landlines aren;t working

 Residents of Newtownare unhappy their BT landlines aren;t working
Residents of Newtownare unhappy their BT landlines aren;t working
Second north Cumbrian village reveals months of BT phone line problems
A DOCTOR couldn’t get a vital message to a patient because of phone line problems in a rural area of north Cumbria.
Terrier owner had to prise open husky's jaws during attack
THE owner of a terrier had to prise open the jaws of a husky that was attacking his pet.

Chris McAree

 Chris McAree
Chris McAree
Headteacher swaps one north Cumbrian school for another
A HEADTEACHER is leaving one north Cumbrian school to take the top job at another.

Alison Vaughan runs Mucky Ducky

Lisa Coke, owner of Enquire Within

Jenny Hullock

Lisa Coke, right, with Jenny Hullock

 Alison Vaughan runs Mucky Ducky
Alison Vaughan runs Mucky Ducky
The only way is up-cycling!
The trend of up-cycling pre-loved furniture is showing no sign of slowing down. Jenny Brown found out why shabby chic might be here to stay.
Man, 47, in Carlisle court accused of stabbing
A 47-year-old man has appeared in court today accused of stabbing another man in the early hours of February 20 in Penrith. 

An RZ2 engine

Dougie Kerr, right Duncan Turner

Duncan Turner with a model replica Blue Streak

Building our nuclear deterrent in Cumbria
Do we still need nuclear weapons? In the depths of the Cold War many felt they were vital - and north Cumbria played a role in creating them, as Stephen Blease discovers

Cyclists race along Criffel Street in Silloth

 Cyclists race along Criffel Street in Silloth
Cyclists race along Criffel Street in Silloth
Tour of Britain set for return to Cumbria, claims cycling mag
A NATIONAL cycling magazine has revealed what it claims is the leaked 2016 Tour of Britain route.

Anne Pickles cuts the Cumberland sausage

Philip Cranston at the opening

Cranstons Brampton Food Hall

Cranstons Brampton Food Hall

 Anne Pickles cuts the Cumberland sausage
Anne Pickles cuts the Cumberland sausage
Cranstons' new food hall opens with a banger
SHOPPERS have given a resounding thumbs-up to Cranstons’ latest food hall in Brampton.
Traffic hit by problems in Brampton
A fallen tree and icy conditions have partially blocked the A689 in Brampton.
Lane of A595 closed following accident
One lane of the A595 is currently blocked in west Cumbria following an accident.
Urgent bid to try and save Careline service
A COUNCILLOR is to call an urgent meeting with Riverside to see if its vital Careline service can be saved.

Some of the suppliers who visited the new premises

 Some of the suppliers who visited the new premises
Some of the suppliers who visited the new premises
Suppliers get preview of Cranstons' new food hall in Brampton
MORE than 20 Cumbrian food producers are anticipating a boost to sales following the opening of Cranstons' new food hall in Brampton next Monday.

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 Cumbria bus crimes map.  <a href="http://www.cnnewmedia.co.uk/locker/ns/image/bus_crimes_map.jpg" target="_blank">Click here for larger image</a>
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Crime on Cumbria's buses on the rise
CRIME on bus routes in Cumbria is increasing year-on-year, with exposure, sexual offences and out-of-control dogs among a catalogue of reported incidents.
Emergency services called to four-car crash near Brampton
BOTH the police and ambulance service were called to a four-car crash in Brampton this afternoon (Wednesday).
Roadworks planned for one of Carlisle's busiest routes
A MAJOR £100,000 roadworks scheme will take place on one of Carlisle’s busiest roads.

Carlisle Crown Court 

 Carlisle Crown Court 
Carlisle Crown Court 
Man to get help for 'addiction' to child sex abuse images
A MAN who had more than 1,300 child porn images has been told that any suggestion of him not knowing they were illegal is "nonsense".

Tear gas canisters piled up against a wall on which graiffiti spells out a stark message

Calais 'Jungle Camp'. Photo: David Hayward

Moving a home at the Calais 'Jungle Camp'. Photo: David Hayward

Ethiopian refugee thanking me for his new home at the 'Jungle Camp'.  pic by David Hayward.

'These are the latest design that are the fastest build type.' Calais 'Jungle Camp' pic by David Hayward. David on the right.

Fellow volunteers.

Banksy mural of Steve Jobs, the son of a Syrian migrant.

Banksy with a migrant.

A migrant's tent.

A migrant's home being moved.

Distribution point for clothes and shoes.

 Tear gas canisters piled up against a wall on which graiffiti spells out a stark message
Tear gas canisters piled up against a wall on which graiffiti spells out a stark message
People shouldn’t be allowed to live in these conditions
Some Cumbrians have been so moved by the plight of refugees in northern France they’ve headed over there to volunteer their services. Roger Lytollis spoke to them