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The trial of four boys accused of raping a 15-year-old girl will start at Carlisle Crown Court during the second week in November.
Two men accused of assaulting a female couple in an allegedly "homophobic" late night attack in Penrith have gone on trial.
A homeless woman desperate to raise money for food stole five pairs of sunglasses from her employer in Carlisle.
It is “business as usual” for Cumbria’s Toys”R”Us store despite the retail giant filing for bankruptcy in the United States.
Carlisle City Council is urging residents to back its campaign to Keep Carlisle Clean. Striking images highlighting the hefty fines have been released
Dropping a cigarette end has cost a Carlisle woman more than £200.
Judge Peter Hughes QC
Two women have admitted being involved in a drug dealing operation - with a 14-year-old boy.
Alvin Loy falsely claimed he could get people into Julia Roberts' Oscars after-party
A gambling-addicted fashion designer who duped star-struck investors into buying fake tickets to the Oscars to supposedly meet Julia Roberts has been jailed for six years.
Unite members outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London, as the trade union is launching a High Court bid to block bin workers losing their jobs in Birmingham
Council bosses are putting forward their side of the case after refuse collectors fighting for jobs in the wake of a dispute which has led to piles of rubbish being left in Birmingham asked a High Court judge to come to their aid.
Three teenagers appeared at Leicester Magistrates' Court following the death of 64-year-old John Donovan
Three teenage boys have appeared in court charged with murder in connection with the death of a man found fatally injured in the street.
Wayne Rooney (right) is driven in to Everton's Finch Farm training ground after being banned from driving for two years
Everton striker Wayne Rooney was driven in to training on Tuesday morning after being banned from driving for two years.
Sir James Munby said domestic violence continues to be a scourge on society
Domestic abuse continues to be a "scourge" on society more than 40 years after the introduction of historic legislation designed to protect women, according to the most senior family court judge in England and Wales.
The teenagers have been charged following the death of 64-year-old John Donovan
Three teenage boys have been charged with murder in connection with the death of a man found fatally injured in the street.
A prolific criminal, responsible for a distressing and upsetting burglary while his victims slept, has been jailed for 18 months.
The Conservative Club in Spencer Street, Carlisle
A man is facing a life prison term for his role in violence which broke out following a Carlisle party.
Comets lead the way: Mason Campton and Ty Proctor ahead of Edinburgh's Mark Riss (Photo: David Payne)
Workington Comets’ wretched form continued with back-to-back defeats at the weekend, as missing and under-performing riders hampered them again.
Theresa May with Justin Trudeau in his office on Parliament Hill in Ottowa Theresa May is holding talks with Justin Trudeau during a visit to Canada
Theresa May expects a "seamless transition" to a new trading relationship between the UK and Canada after Brexit.
Wayne Rooney pleaded guilty to a drink-driving charge at Stockport Magistrates' Court
Everton striker Wayne Rooney has apologised for his "unforgivable lack of judgement" after pleading guilty to a drink-driving charge.
Biker Pawel Zietowski as he repeatedly flouted the rules of the road. The sentence was imposed at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court
A biker who took selfies and pulled wheelies on a motorway before speeding at up to 117mph has been jailed for eight months and given a 28-month driving ban.
Jamal Mahmoud was stabbed to death at Pentonville prison
Inmates at Pentonville prison shouted and complained they were "locked up like animals" as a judge and jury went behind bars to view the site where a 21-year-old new father was stabbed to death.
David Davis expressed his preference for a bespoke deal
Britain is seeking a bespoke deal on security links with the European Union under proposals to maintain co-operation on efforts to fight terrorism and serious crime after Brexit.
Everton striker Wayne Rooney at Stockport Magistrates' Court
Footballer Wayne Rooney will have to carry out unpaid work in the community for his "terrible error in judgment" in drink-driving on a night out.
Charlie Alliston was riding a fixed-wheel racing bike with no front brakes
A former courier locked up for knocking over and killing a mother-of-two while riding an illegal Olympic-style racing bike for the "thrill" was an accident waiting to happen, a sentencing judge has said.
Rubbish bags piled up in front of bins in Moseley Road, Birmingham
Refuse collectors fighting for jobs in Birmingham have asked a High Court judge to come to their aid.
A senior officer has said they will 'potentially' have to look at working with paedophile hunters like Dark Justice (pictured)
The UK's lead police officer on child protection has said forces will "potentially" have to look at working with so-called paedophile hunters.
Ronald Koeman was unimpressed by Jose Mourinho's pre-match comments about Everton's expenditure and expectations, so too Manchester United's performance despite their comprehensive win on Sunday.
Wayne Rooney's Old Trafford return ended in disappointment as Antonio Valencia's breath-taking strike set Manchester United on course for a comprehensive victory against Everton.
Nigel Clibbens (left) with manager Keith Curle
An interview with the Blues chief executive Nigel Clibbens, conducted at Brunton Park on Friday, September 8:
A conman who tried to buy a smartphone using somebody else's credit card was caught thanks to an eagle-eyed Carlisle shop worker.
Jordon Ibe's, right, two assists turned Friday night's Brighton clash on its head
Eddie Howe has tipped Jordon Ibe to end his sticky Bournemouth start and realise his "immense promise" this season.
PARSONS GREEN STATION REOPENS AFTER BOMB ATTACK