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Carlisle man admits £37,000 benefits fraud
A Carlisle man has admitted a £37,000 benefits fiddle.

The Lodore Falls Hotel

 The Lodore Falls Hotel
The Lodore Falls Hotel
£7m facelift starts on Lodore Falls hotel in Lake District
Work has started on a £7 million expansion at a Lake District hotel.
Jeremy Corbyn said he had made it 'very clear' that his party accepts the Brexit decision made by the public in the referendum
Jeremy Corbyn said he had made it 'very clear' that his party accepts the Brexit decision made by the public in the referendum
Jeremy Corbyn said he had made it 'very clear' that his party accepts the Brexit decision made by the public in the referendum
Jeremy Corbyn to order Labour MPs to back start of Brexit in Parliament vote
Jeremy Corbyn will order Labour MPs not to block Brexit if the Prime Minister is forced to seek the approval of Parliament to trigger Article 50.
Jeremy Corbyn said he had made it 'very clear' that his party accepts the decision made by the public in the referendum
Jeremy Corbyn said he had made it 'very clear' that his party accepts the decision made by the public in the referendum
Jeremy Corbyn said he had made it 'very clear' that his party accepts the decision made by the public in the referendum
Jeremy Corbyn to order Labour MPs to vote for start of Brexit process
Jeremy Corbyn will order Labour MPs to vote in favour of starting the Brexit process if the Prime Minister is forced to seek the approval of Parliament to trigger Article 50.
Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye is seeking a move to an open prison (Kent Police/PA)
Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye is seeking a move to an open prison (Kent Police/PA)
Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye is seeking a move to an open prison (Kent Police/PA)
M25 road-rage killer Kenneth Noye in court bid for open prison transfer
Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye has launched a High Court battle to be moved to open prison conditions.
Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Australian Open
Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Australian Open
Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Australian Open
Djokovic: I played with intensity
Novak Djokovic had to defend himself against accusations of lacking motivation after the 12-time grand slam champion crashed out of the Australian Open.
The woman had sought to block journalists from revealing her identity
The woman had sought to block journalists from revealing her identity
The woman had sought to block journalists from revealing her identity
Woman in divorce cash battle with ex-husband loses anonymity bid
A divorcee embroiled in a legal fight over money with her ex-husband has failed to persuade senior judges to bar journalists from revealing her identity.
Man posted intimate photos of ex-girlfriend on social media
A man posted intimate photographs of a woman on a social media website and then alerted her friends and family in a bid to get them to view the images.
Poppy Widdison existed in a 'swamp of drug addiction', the judge said
Poppy Widdison existed in a 'swamp of drug addiction', the judge said
Poppy Widdison existed in a 'swamp of drug addiction', the judge said
'Unfit mother' and partner jailed for letting tragic Poppy, four, eat drugs
Two drug dealers who allowed a four-year-old girl to eat heroin, diazepam, methadone and ketamine for months before her death have each been jailed for 13 years by a judge who said it was a case of "almost unremitting degradation".
Dimitri Payet wants to rejoin his former club Marseille
Dimitri Payet wants to rejoin his former club Marseille
Dimitri Payet wants to rejoin his former club Marseille
West Ham leave wantaway Dimitri Payet in limbo over Marseille move
Dimitri Payet remains in limbo at West Ham but manager Slaven Bilic is hopeful of making a new signing within the next 24 hours.
Baroness Newlove called for more action to improve the way victims are treated
Baroness Newlove called for more action to improve the way victims are treated
Baroness Newlove called for more action to improve the way victims are treated
Give victims legal right to make court statement, urges Baroness Newlove
Victims of crime should be given the right in law to make a statement in court about the impact the offence has had on them, the victims' commissioner has said.
The Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse, Tunisia
The Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse, Tunisia
The Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse, Tunisia
Court apology for Tunisia massacre families over 'distressing' inquest evidence
The families of Britons killed in a terrorist attack in Tunisia have received an apology after they had to sit through "distressing" inquest evidence with no prior warning.
Novak Djokovic, pictured, was stunned by Denis Istomin in Melbourne
Novak Djokovic, pictured, was stunned by Denis Istomin in Melbourne
Novak Djokovic, pictured, was stunned by Denis Istomin in Melbourne
Novak Djokovic dumped out of Australian Open by Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin
Defending champion Novak Djokovic crashed out of the Australian Open after falling victim to a stunning five-set defeat at the hands of wild card Denis Istomin.
The pair will be sentenced at Hull Crown Court
The pair will be sentenced at Hull Crown Court
The pair will be sentenced at Hull Crown Court
Pair face child cruelty sentencing over girl's death
Two drug dealers who allowed a four-year-old girl to eat drugs, including diazepam, heroin, methadone and ketamine for up to six months before her death will be sentenced later for child cruelty.
Andy Murray came through practice unscathed on Thursday
Andy Murray came through practice unscathed on Thursday
Andy Murray came through practice unscathed on Thursday
Andy Murray's ankle 'a little bit sore' but he gets through practice unscathed
Andy Murray admitted his ankle still felt sore on Thursday but the Scot was able to practice unhindered as he prepares for his Australian Open third-round clash with Sam Querrey.
Heather Watson crashed out of the Australian Open after spurning five match points
Heather Watson crashed out of the Australian Open after spurning five match points
Heather Watson crashed out of the Australian Open after spurning five match points
Heather Watson squanders five match points before losing to Jennifer Brady
Britain's Heather Watson squandered five match points before losing to American qualifier Jennifer Brady and crashing out of the Australian Open.
Great Britain's Johanna Konta is safely through to the third round
Great Britain's Johanna Konta is safely through to the third round
Great Britain's Johanna Konta is safely through to the third round
Johanna Konta shows her class in win over Naomi Osaka at Australian Open
Johanna Konta underlined her status as a genuine contender for the Australian Open title by thrashing Japan's Naomi Osaka to reach the third round.
The woman is seeking to block journalists from revealing her identity
The woman is seeking to block journalists from revealing her identity
The woman is seeking to block journalists from revealing her identity
Woman in cash battle with ex-husband seeks anonymity
A divorcee embroiled in a legal fight over money with her ex-husband is preparing to ask senior judges to bar journalists from revealing her identity.
Johnny Depp thanks his fans as he scoops People's Choice Award
Johnny Depp thanked fans for standing by him through "good times or bad" as he was honoured at the People's Choice Awards.
Paul Wilkins rented a flat in the Coachella Valley in southern California where he intended to have sex with a boy
Paul Wilkins rented a flat in the Coachella Valley in southern California where he intended to have sex with a boy
Paul Wilkins rented a flat in the Coachella Valley in southern California where he intended to have sex with a boy
Briton who travelled to US to have sex with boys jailed for 13 years
A British man who travelled to America to have sex with young boys has been jailed for 13 years in the US after admitting taking child pornography into the country.

Carlisle Crown Court

 Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court
Cumbrian man barred from contacting ex-partner after attack
A man has been banned from contacting his ex-partner after he admitted assaulting her.
Four facing drugs supply plot charges set to go on trial at Carlisle Crown Court
Four men who deny involvement in an alleged class A drugs supply plot will go on trial later this year.

Karan Coultard

 Karan Coultard
Karan Coultard
Woman stole handbags from three players at Carlisle bingo
Three players at a Carlisle bingo hall ran out of luck as a thief stole their handbags over the course of an evening.
Workington pair jailed for attack on man
Two Workington men have been handed jail terms after a man was attacked.

Wayne Hewitson

 Wayne Hewitson
Wayne Hewitson
Angry Carlisle cabbie kicked city hospital car park warden during sustained attack
A cab driver infuriated by a hospital parking attendant who had photographed his car subjected him to a "sustained" physical assault.

Lesley Elston and daughter Michaela Corrie

 Lesley Elston and daughter Michaela Corrie
Lesley Elston and daughter Michaela Corrie
Dad did the donkey work for our success
Peter Elston is much-missed. But he inspired his family to create a business that mirrors his quirky personality, Roger Lytollis reports
Dan Evans earned a stunning win in Melbourne
Dan Evans earned a stunning win in Melbourne
Dan Evans earned a stunning win in Melbourne
Dan Evans dressed himself for shock success at Australian Open
Dan Evans grabbed the biggest win of his career by beating world number seven Marin Cilic and did it wearing a £20 T-shirt he bought himself.
Keith Boots is on trial at Leeds Crown Court with his son Ashley Boots and a third defendant, Ian Mitchell
Keith Boots is on trial at Leeds Crown Court with his son Ashley Boots and a third defendant, Ian Mitchell
Keith Boots is on trial at Leeds Crown Court with his son Ashley Boots and a third defendant, Ian Mitchell
'Warehouse of controlled drugs' found at police inspector's home, court told
Drugs worth an estimated £700,000 were found at the home of a senior police officer, according to a prosecutor who told a jury it was a "stash" that "would have kept a 1970s rock star, as well as his band, entertained for weeks".
Keith Boots is on trial at Leeds Crown Court with his son Ashley Boots and a third defendant, Ian Mitchell
Keith Boots is on trial at Leeds Crown Court with his son Ashley Boots and a third defendant, Ian Mitchell
Keith Boots is on trial at Leeds Crown Court with his son Ashley Boots and a third defendant, Ian Mitchell
Stash of seized drugs found at police inspector's home, trial told
A police inspector with responsibility for disposing of seized drugs was found with hundreds of thousands of pounds of cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, ecstasy and cannabis in his home, a jury has heard.
Andy Murray, pictured, survived an ankle injury scare to beat Andrey Rublev in the second round of the Australian Open
Andy Murray, pictured, survived an ankle injury scare to beat Andrey Rublev in the second round of the Australian Open
Andy Murray, pictured, survived an ankle injury scare to beat Andrey Rublev in the second round of the Australian Open
Andy Murray remains optimistic about ankle injury after seeing off Andrey Rublev
Andy Murray remains optimistic about the ankle injury that threatens to derail his bid to win the Australian Open.