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Emergency services attended an incident on Firth View Walk in Workington at about 4pm on Friday afternoon.


          Emergency services attended an incident on Firth View Walk in Workington at about 4pm on Friday afternoon.
Emergency services attended an incident on Firth View Walk in Workington at about 4pm on Friday afternoon.
Teen to appear in court following alleged assault in Workington
A TEENAGER has been charged with grevious bodily harm following an alleged assault in Workington.

Allison Stubbs from Carlisle, friend of murder victim Melinda Korosi

Miklos Verebes

Melinda and Verebes in happier times

 Allison Stubbs from Carlisle, friend of murder victim Melinda Korosi
Allison Stubbs from Carlisle, friend of murder victim Melinda Korosi
Murdered Carlisle mum 'should have been in a safe house' - claim
Heartbroken friends of murdered mum Melinda Korosi believe she would be alive today if she had been moved to a “safe” house.
Drunk Cumbrian pensioner given curfew and 25-month driving ban
A pensioner has been given a 25 month driving ban after police caught him drunk behind the wheel of his car, a court heard.
Court's last chance for woman who failed to complete single hour of community service
A woman who failed to complete a single hour of community service she was given for serious crimes has narrowly avoided being jailed.

Craig Johnson

 Craig Johnson
Craig Johnson
Man jailed for possessing indecent images following Cumbria arrest
A man who was arrested in Cumbria - and found to be in possession of indecent images of children - has been jailed.
Man and woman deny Carlisle robbery and assault
A man and woman accused of robbing and attacking a man in Carlisle will go on trial later this year.

The magistrates' court in Carlisle

 The magistrates' court in Carlisle
The magistrates' court in Carlisle
A66 drink driver banned from the road
A drink driver who was pulled over by police because he was driving erratically on the A66 has been banned from the road for 25 months.

Activity coordinator Lisa Fort with residents Sadie Edgar, 90, and Betty Smith, 95

 Activity coordinator Lisa Fort with residents Sadie Edgar, 90, and Betty Smith, 95
Activity coordinator Lisa Fort with residents Sadie Edgar, 90, and Betty Smith, 95
Failing Cumbrian care home turns itself around
A once-failing Maryport care home has turned itself around.
Man accused of theft from ambulance 'refused to leave cell'
A man accused of stealing from an ambulance as it responded to a 999 call failed to appear in court - after refusing to leave his cell.

Patrick White

 Patrick White
Patrick White
Cumbrian criminal mastermind's failed appeal
A prisoner who orchestrated a plot from his cell to flood Cumbria with drugs, has failed to convince top judges that his 13-year jail term was too harsh.
Central London Employment Tribunal ruled that a self-employed cycling courier was entitled to holiday pay
Central London Employment Tribunal ruled that a self-employed cycling courier was entitled to holiday pay
Central London Employment Tribunal ruled that a self-employed cycling courier was entitled to holiday pay
Cycle courier wins holiday pay in 'gig economy' tribunal case
A cycle courier has been awarded holiday pay after another employment tribunal case involving workers in the so-called gig economy.
Former Royal Marine Alexander Blackman
Former Royal Marine Alexander Blackman
Former Royal Marine Alexander Blackman
Royal Marine who won Taliban murder conviction appeal 'should be freed'
A Royal Marine described as the "last casualty of a failed war" should be freed as an act of "exceptional mercy" from his prison sentence for killing an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan, appeal judges have been urged.
Tini Owens wants to divorce her husband of nearly 40 years Hugh Owens is against a divorce
Tini Owens wants to divorce her husband of nearly 40 years
Tini Owens wants to divorce her husband of nearly 40 years
Woman in 'loveless marriage' fails in divorce court battle
A woman who says her marriage is "loveless and desperately unhappy" has failed to persuade senior judges to let her divorce her husband of nearly 40 years.
Heather Watson, pictured, has queried the wild cards given to Maria Sharapova on her comeback
Heather Watson, pictured, has queried the wild cards given to Maria Sharapova on her comeback
Heather Watson, pictured, has queried the wild cards given to Maria Sharapova on her comeback
Heather Watson: Maria Sharapova's doping ban return 'seems a bit too easy'
Heather Watson believes Maria Sharapova's comeback from a doping ban is being made too easy.
Violette Uwamahoro disappeared on February 14 in Rwanda's capital Kigali.
Violette Uwamahoro disappeared on February 14 in Rwanda's capital Kigali.
Violette Uwamahoro disappeared on February 14 in Rwanda's capital Kigali.
British mother appears in Rwanda on state secrets charges
A pregnant mother-of-two from Leeds held illegally in Rwanda has appeared in court after being charged with revealing state secrets and other offences.
The Electoral Commission report found an increase in the number of people trying to vote while claiming to be someone else
The Electoral Commission report found an increase in the number of people trying to vote while claiming to be someone else
The Electoral Commission report found an increase in the number of people trying to vote while claiming to be someone else
Police recorded 260 cases of alleged electoral fraud in 2016
Police recorded a total of 260 cases of alleged electoral fraud in 2016, with convictions for a Tory councillor who gave a false address and a man who voted twice in the European Union referendum.
Violette Uwamahoro disappeared on February 14 in Rwanda's capital Kigali
Violette Uwamahoro disappeared on February 14 in Rwanda's capital Kigali
Violette Uwamahoro disappeared on February 14 in Rwanda's capital Kigali
British mother appears in Rwanda on state secrets charges
A pregnant mother-of-two from Leeds held illegally in Rwanda has appeared in court after being charged with revealing state secrets and other offences.
Jail for Cumbrian thief who stole children's Christmas presents
A "mean" criminal snatched children's Christmas presents after being offered shelter for the night by their mother.
Cumbrian farmer's curfew to include lambing shed
A farmer given unpaid work for driving while disqualified has had his sentence varied to a curfew - but it will allow him to visit his lambing barn.

Judge Peter Hughes QC

 Judge Peter Hughes QC
Judge Peter Hughes QC
Google urged by judge to 'take responsibility' in fight against child sex crimes
A judge has urged internet giants such as Google to “take responsibility” and help the fight against child sex crimes.

Royal Scot pub, Morton, Carlisle. Photo: Google Streetview

 Royal Scot pub, Morton, Carlisle. Photo: Google Streetview
Royal Scot pub, Morton, Carlisle. Photo: Google Streetview
Carlisle scaffolder pleaded with judge to jail him
A judge has refused to jail a violent pub customer - despite him pleading for custody because he was struggling to do unpaid work.
Robert Spink, pictured, and James Parkin allegedly submitted false signatures on Ukip nomination papers in an election in Essex
Robert Spink, pictured, and James Parkin allegedly submitted false signatures on Ukip nomination papers in an election in Essex
Robert Spink, pictured, and James Parkin allegedly submitted false signatures on Ukip nomination papers in an election in Essex
Ex-Tory MP Bob Spink who defected to Ukip charged with electoral fraud
Former Conservative MP Bob Spink, who defected to Ukip and became its first ever MP, has been charged with electoral fraud.
Paul Grebenc was due to fly as first officer on a United Airlines flight from Glasgow Airport to Newark, New Jersey Pilot Paul Brady Grebenc, 35, arrives with his wife Emily at Paisley Sheriff Court
Paul Grebenc was due to fly as first officer on a United Airlines flight from Glasgow Airport to Newark, New Jersey
Paul Grebenc was due to fly as first officer on a United Airlines flight from Glasgow Airport to Newark, New Jersey
Pilot jailed after preparing to fly jet while over legal alcohol limit
A pilot who admitted preparing to fly a passenger jet while more than double the legal alcohol limit has been jailed for 10 months.
Thomas Bach is president of the International Olympic Committee
Thomas Bach is president of the International Olympic Committee
Thomas Bach is president of the International Olympic Committee
Global anti-doping body accuses IOC of 'confusing' messages on the war on drugs
The global body that represents national anti-doping agencies has strongly criticised the International Olympic Committee's latest proposals for reforming the fight against drugs cheats.
Shana Grice was found murdered at her Brighton home (Sussex Police/PA) Michael Lane was found guilty of murdering his former girlfriend Shana Grice (Sussex Police/PA)
Shana Grice was found murdered at her Brighton home (Sussex Police/PA)
Shana Grice was found murdered at her Brighton home (Sussex Police/PA)
Police criticised as stalker jailed for murder of 'stereotyped' ex-girlfriend
A judge criticised police as he jailed a stalker who murdered his ex-girlfriend five months after officers gave her a fixed penalty notice for wasting their time over him.
A jury at Lewes Crown Court, pictured, found Darren Turk guilty of 10 child sex-related offences
A jury at Lewes Crown Court, pictured, found Darren Turk guilty of 10 child sex-related offences
A jury at Lewes Crown Court, pictured, found Darren Turk guilty of 10 child sex-related offences
Mother hopes son convicted of child sex abuse after suicide will be cleared
The mother of a former boarding school worker convicted of child sex abuse following his suicide in a landmark case hopes a hearing today will lead to him being cleared.
Online vigilante snared Carlisle man who tried to groom 'girl'
A man tried to groom a 15-year-old “girl” he met online - only to learn he had been snared by a volunteer vigilante.
Man with 'guilty secret' sentenced by Carlisle Crown Court
A "respected" community man has been sentenced by a judge for downloading 5,600 child porn pictures.
Carlisle couple fought to save family pet mauled to death by dog
A horrified couple fought in vain to save their pet Jack Russell from an out-of-control bull terrier type dog.
Cumbrian man jailed for harassing schoolgirl freed over autism concerns
A 61-year-old man with autism who was jailed for harassing a schoolgirl by repeatedly giving her toys and chocolates has been freed.