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US artist Sandy Williams is working with fine art students at the University of Cumbria

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          US artist Sandy Williams is working with fine art students at the University of Cumbria
US artist Sandy Williams is working with fine art students at the University of Cumbria
American signing latest to boost Cumbria University's creative talent
Creative talents training in Carlisle are being inspired by another influential university signing.

Darren Connor

 Darren Connor
Darren Connor
New Cumbrian film festival in honour of Cumbrian teacher
The team behind a new film festival in Carlisle hope people will support their celebration of independent cinema and film past, present and future.
Police seek help following assault in Brampton
Police are appealing for information after an assault in the town.
Man in court over Carlisle stabbing
A man accused of wounding another man in the city has appeared at Carlisle Crown Court.
Court bans Cumbrian man from 'contacting his brother'
A Brampton man has been temporarily banned from contacting his brother after he was formally accused of assaulting him.

Fred Story

 Fred Story
Fred Story
Story Homes boss Fred's position in the Rich List
Cumbrian millionaires Fred Story and Brian Scowcroft are among those to feature in the latest Sunday Times Rich List.

Philip Day

 Philip Day
Philip Day
Cumbria's richest man sees fortune grow by £100m in last year
Cumbria's richest man has seen his fortune swell by £100 million over the last year, making him the north west’s seventh wealthiest person.

Nathaniel Pattinson

 Nathaniel Pattinson
Nathaniel Pattinson
Cumbrian wheelchair basketball ace scores place on GB squad
A Cumbrian wheelchair basketball star is set to compete against global superpowers in his sport.

Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland

 Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Labour's Gillian Troughton, centre and Rachel Holliday with Conservative Chris Whiteside at the count in Copeland
Ward-by-ward: Who won which seat on Cumbria County Council
Full list of winners - and losers - from yesterday's election.

Raring to go: Competitors in the Roland Starkie Triples Tournament, played at Carlisle Subscription on Monday

 Raring to go: Competitors in the Roland Starkie Triples Tournament, played at Carlisle Subscription on Monday
Raring to go: Competitors in the Roland Starkie Triples Tournament, played at Carlisle Subscription on Monday
The Roland Starkie May Day triples tournament took place on Monday with 50 teams taking part
The Roland Starkie May Day triples tournament took place on Monday when 50 teams took part on six greens throughout the county.
Bus company link-up gives passengers added ease
Bus passengers using services in Cumbria and the north east will now have easier travel thanks to an agreement between two companies.

The Nag's Head pub

 The Nag's Head pub
The Nag's Head pub
Drunk Carlisle man turned violent after barman denied him more drink
A drunk customer at a Brampton pub turned violent when the barman politely refused to serve him any more drinks.

Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds in Carlisle on the first stage of the rally

Competitors leave the Pirelli factory grounds on the first stage of the rallly

The Mayor and Mayoress of Carlisle, Colin and Ellen Stothard, at the start of the Pirelli International Rally, at the firm's Carlisle tyre making plant

Driver Garry Pearson from Duns, Scottish Borders and co driver Paula Swinscoe from Chorley at the start of the Pirelli International Carlisle Rally

Driver Garry Pearson from Duns, Scottish Borders being interviewed before he set off

Finn Skoler, 11, Annan, takes control of a mini digger with the help from Chris Bell from Story Contracting at the family funday at the Pirelli factory ahead of the start of the rally

Competitors leave the Pirelli factory grounds on the first stage of the rally

Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds on the first stage of the rally. From left; Morag Bell, Hannah Kenyon, Margaret Smethurst and Sarah England

The Pirelli International Rally. Faye Miller-Storey, five, Yewdale, Carlisle, tries her hand on the rodeo bull

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. Winning three teams spray champagne

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. The first three winners. Rally winners Driver Fredrik Ahlin and co-driver Torstein Eriksen with their DMACK Speedline Fuchs Škoda Fabia R5 from Carlisle based team CA1 Sport:

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. Junior champions spray champagne:

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. The first three winners. Rally winners Driver Fredrik Ahlin of DMACK Speedline Fuchs Škoda Fabia R5 with team boss Martin Wilkinson of Carlisle based team CA1 Sport:

The finish of the Pirelli International Rally in Brampton, The two day event part of the British Rally Championship. Winning three teams spray champagne

 Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds in Carlisle on the first stage of the rally
Supporters cheer on the drivers as they leave the Pirelli factory grounds in Carlisle on the first stage of the rally
Home win for Cumbria in Pirelli rally
IT was a home win for Carlisle-based CA1 Sports as the roar of Britain's best rally cars saw north Cumbria host the Pirelli International Rally.

SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Pirelli tyre manufacturing site in Dalston Road, Carlisle

SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 The range of F1 tyres produced by Pirelli on display as part of the family fun day at the Carlisle Pirelli tyre manufacturing plant in the city's Dalston Road, as it hosted the start today of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally (the second stage of the British Rally Championship)

SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 A speed tyre changing challenge at the family fun day organised for families of Pirelli employees from the Carlisle tyre making plant as part of the staging of the start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the site

A Bentley, one of the supercars, at the family fun day organised for families of Pirelli employees from the Carlisle tyre making plant as part of the ceremonial start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the site

A driving simulator at the Pirelli factory in Carlisle, part of the events on site during the start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the site

Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Carlisle Pirelli tyre manufacturing plant on the city's Dalston Road.

Local children were given the chance to wave off individual rally cars at the 11am start today of the Pirelli International Rally at the Carlisle Pirelli factory, Dalston Road, Carlisle.

The first car prepares to start the 2017 Pirelli International Rally from the Pirelli tyre making plant, Dalston Road, Carlisle

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 1. Councillor Colin Stothard, Mayor of Carlisle and Tony di Gravio (Director of Quality at Pirelli) with Eyvind Brynildsen and Anders Fredriksson, Pirelli hopefuls for the Pirelli (International) Carlisle Rally in the grounds of the city's Pirelli tyre making factory at today's ceremonial start of the 2017 rally

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 Councillor Colin Stothard, Mayor of Carlisle and Tony di Gravio (Director of Quality at Pirelli) with Eyvind Brynildsen and Anders Fredriksson, Pirelli hopefuls for the Pirelli (International) Carlisle Rally in the grounds of the city's Pirelli tyre making factory at today's ceremonial start of the 2017 rally

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 Councillor Colin Stothard, Mayor of Carlisle, with Allan Wilson (Engineering Manager at Pirelli) in the flight simulator at the Pirelli family day at the city's Dalston Road tyre making factory, which coincided with the ceremonial start of the 2017 Pirelli International Carlisle Rally

SUBMITTED PIC April 29 2017 Eyvind Brynildsen and Anders Fredriksson leave the Pirelli factory in Carlisle heading for the first stage of the 2017 Pirelli International Carlisle Rally, which is the second stage of the British Rally Championship

 SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Pirelli tyre manufacturing site in Dalston Road, Carlisle
SUBMITTED PIC APRIL 29 2017 Build up to today's 11am start of the 2017 Pirelli International Rally at the Pirelli tyre manufacturing site in Dalston Road, Carlisle
Cumbria welcomes the 2017 Pirelli International Rally
CUMBRIA is playing host to one of the country's biggest motorsport events this weekend - the 2017 Pirelli International Rally.

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

The News & Star is backing the Hoppers' campaign

 Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
Charity swimmers set to tackle the length of the English Channel for Tony Hopper's campaign
The latest charity challenge in support of Tony Hopper will see a group of people swim the length of the English Channel today.

Castle Park, Penrith

 Castle Park, Penrith
Castle Park, Penrith
General Election: Penrith and The Border constituency profile
Constituency: Penrith & The Border (including Eden District, City of Carlisle wards of Brampton, Great Corby and Geltsdale, Hayton, Irthing, Longtown and Rockcliffe, Lyne and Stanwix Rural, and Allerdale District wards of Warnell and Wigton)

Des Bird

 Des Bird
Des Bird
North Cumbrian headteachers: Cash cuts are having devastating impact
Secondary school headteachers across north Cumbria have entered into the debate on funding for schools, saying the impact of cuts has already been "devastating".

Megan Pryde, 19, is battling bowel cancer

Megan and dad Mike

 Megan Pryde, 19, is battling bowel cancer
Megan Pryde, 19, is battling bowel cancer
Inspirational teen battling bowel cancer in awareness raising fight
A teenager battling terminal bowel cancer is hoping to raise awareness among GPs about its prevalence among young people.

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.