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One Stop shop, Newtown Road, Carlisle
Google Maps Street View, May 2016
A grandmother took to the streets of Carlisle with an axe, after trying to hunt down the woman who slapped her son.
A man accused of raping and assaulting a woman in Carlisle has told a jury he is not guilty.
A man who downloaded hundreds of indecent images of children has been given a three-year community order
Teenage "hijinks" landed a Carlisle man in court.
Dion Aiye playing for Whitehaven
The long-running Dion Aiye saga seems to be reaching a conclusion.
The issue of whether to leave or remain in the European Union has divided the country, communities and even families.
Lisa Marie Presley and Michael Lockwood
Lisa Marie Presley was accused of failing to disclose a 5.6 million dollar a year fortune as she and her estranged husband appeared at a divorce hearing in Los Angeles.
The British Islamic State fighter named as Abu Zakariya al-Britani (SITE Intel Group)
The family of a former Guantanamo Bay detainee reportedly killed in an Islamic State suicide bomb attack in Iraq have denied he received £1 million compensation from the British government.
Simon Cowell was asleep at the time of the break-in at around 1.30am on December 4 2015
A serial burglar scaled walls to get inside Simon Cowell's house to steal jewellery worth almost £1 million from an open safe as The X Factor supremo and his family slept, a court has heard.
Electra Brown writer Helen Bailey (Hertfordshire Police/PA)
Detectives are to investigate the sudden death of Ian Stewart's first wife after he was convicted of murdering his fiancee, children's author Helen Bailey.
The Supreme Court ruled that the measures do not breach human rights legislation
An immigration income measure which is causing "hardship" for thousands of couples who want to live together in the UK does not breach human rights legislation, the UK's highest court has ruled.
David Davies, who has been jailed for live streaming a court hearing on Facebook
A man has been jailed for live streaming a court hearing on Facebook.
At the time of the break-in, Simon Cowell was in the master bedroom of the house in Holland Park
A man accused of stealing jewellery worth around £1 million from Simon Cowell's house as the music mogul and his family slept is to face trial.
Rehabilitation orders were deisgned to prevent criminals reoffending
Rehabilitation orders introduced to drive down re-offending rates have been beset by a catalogue of problems, an inspection report warns.
Lessons have not been learned from the Rotherham and Jimmy Savile abuse cases, Baroness Newlove has said
Children are not being taken seriously when they report violent and sexual crimes, the Government's victims tsar has warned.
A jury has heard evidence from the victim of an alleged rape in Carlisle.
The partially submerged Nissan Note car
A lady walks past a partially submerged Nissan Note car in the River Eden
The car in the river off Brampton Road
Police are hunting a suspected teenage car thief, after a vehicle was stolen from a house in Carlisle - and then crashed into a river.
Footballer Jack Tuohy, who is charged with sexual offences against a 14-year-old girl
An ex-Oldham Athletic footballer took sexual advantage of a 14-year-old girl who had "a crush" on him after he "bullied" her into meeting up, a jury has heard.
The murder of Angus Sibbett inspired the novel Jack's Return Home, by Ted Lewis, later made into 1970s cult film Get Carter, starring Michael Caine
A new bid to challenge a 1967 conviction for a murder that inspired the classic crime thriller Get Carter has been rejected by the High Court.
Money held in the UK by despots and dictators could be frozen, MPs heard
New powers to stop "blood-stained dictators" and despots from laundering their money through the UK by freezing their assets have been tabled by the Government.
Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London, where there will be ruling in the latest court action by the heterosexual couple fighting for the right to enter into a civil partnership.
A heterosexual couple who have lost their latest battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership say there is "everything to fight for".
A High Court judge has concluded a businessman dubbed ''Africa's youngest billionaire'' by journalists lied during the latest stage of a cash battle with his estranged wife.
Convicted double killer Christopher Halliwell Police continue excavation work on Broad Street, Swindon, where double murderer Christopher Halliwell lived
Excavation work at the former home of double murderer Christopher Halliwell is expected to last five days. Halliwell, 53, of Swindon, Wiltshire, murdered Becky Godden, 20, in January 2003 and Sian O'Callaghan, 22, in March 2011. He was handed a rare whole-life order - meaning he will never be released - at Bristol Crown Court in 2016 after being convicted of Miss Godden's murder. Following his sentence, police said there was a "distinct possibility" that Halliwell was a serial killer, highlighting the eight-year gap between the murders. Wiltshire Police began searching the ga
Some hospitals could close under the cuts
The Government must throw its weight behind plans that could lead to the closure of NHS hospitals and some services, a think tank has said.
Carlisle Crown Court
Two women who stole groceries from a vulnerable man's Carlisle home have been sentenced by a judge.
Diamond Nails in Workington
A Workington nail bar is closed "until further notice" after it was raided by immigration officials.
Maintenance work on West Cumbria's only court building is set to overrun after bosses failed to apply for the correct licence for the work in time.
A teenager sped away from police in his car just four days after he was given a driving ban for drug driving.
Kamran Sabir Hussain will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court
A man has been charged with a string of terrorism offences, including encouraging support for Islamic State.
Danny Miller said he was delighted Emmerdale has taken on the storyline
Emmerdale viewers were left wondering whether Robert Sugden and Aaron Dingle would get to exchange vows after their surprise marriage was disrupted by a dramatic murder accusation.