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Annalee Paterson, 32, of Cockermouth, pictured with husband Robert

Robert Paterson helps carry his wife's coffin into All Saints' Church, led by his cousin Raymond on the bagpipes

A floral tribute from Annalee Paterson's children

Robert and Annalee Paterson with their five children at their vows renewal on August 4, three days before she died

 Annalee Paterson, 32, of Cockermouth, pictured with husband Robert
Annalee Paterson, 32, of Cockermouth, pictured with husband Robert
Hundreds turn out at funeral of Cockermouth mum-of-five Annalee Paterson
More than 300 people gathered to celebrate the life of much-loved Cockermouth mum Annalee Paterson, who died aged 32.
Almost half of the £19,018,782 gathered by fundraisers for Grenfell Tower victims has been sent to distributors, the Charity Commission said
Almost half of the £19,018,782 gathered by fundraisers for Grenfell Tower victims has been sent to distributors, the Charity Commission said
Almost half of the £19,018,782 gathered by fundraisers for Grenfell Tower victims has been sent to distributors, the Charity Commission said
'Under a third' of funds raised reaches those hit by Grenfell Tower fire
Less than a third of the money raised for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire has reached their pockets, new data shows.

Helen Ray

 Helen Ray
Helen Ray
North Cumbria A&E departments out-performing national average
Progress is being made in north Cumbria's accident and emergency departments - but it is still not hitting national targets.
Sir Leonard Fenwick has been dismissed for gross misconduct
Sir Leonard Fenwick has been dismissed for gross misconduct
Sir Leonard Fenwick has been dismissed for gross misconduct
NHS trust chief Sir Leonard Fenwick sacked over 'inappropriate behaviour'
An NHS chief executive has been sacked for gross misconduct following an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behaviour.
High vacancy rates put patients at risk, staff told inspectors
High vacancy rates put patients at risk, staff told inspectors
High vacancy rates put patients at risk, staff told inspectors
'Significant staffing shortages' observed during hospital trust re-inspection
A hospital trust which has been admonished over staffing issues has around one in six posts vacant.
The review identified 233 employers who had deprived staff of a full wage, with catalogue retailer Argos emerging as the worst offender
The review identified 233 employers who had deprived staff of a full wage, with catalogue retailer Argos emerging as the worst offender
The review identified 233 employers who had deprived staff of a full wage, with catalogue retailer Argos emerging as the worst offender
Thousands of workers to receive £2m back pay after minimum wage investigation
Employers have been slapped with a record £1.9 million fine and forced to dish out extra money to staff for failing to pay a minimum wage. 

The Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle. Photo: DAVID HOLLINS 50050946F031.jpg

Hospital trusts in Cumbria are in debt to the tune of around £234 million.

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Furness General Hospital, in Barrow. Photo: JOE RILEY REF: 50027137B000.jpg

Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

 The Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle. Photo: DAVID HOLLINS 50050946F031.jpg
The Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle. Photo: DAVID HOLLINS 50050946F031.jpg
Cash-strapped hospitals across Cumbria reach record debt levels
HOSPITAL trusts in Cumbria have taken out more emergency loans from the government than those in any other county in the country.
C. auris is resistant to the first-line antifungal drug fluconazole and the species can rapidly evolve to develop resistance
C. auris is resistant to the first-line antifungal drug fluconazole and the species can rapidly evolve to develop resistance
C. auris is resistant to the first-line antifungal drug fluconazole and the species can rapidly evolve to develop resistance
Drug-resistant fungus strain infects more than 200 patients at UK hospitals
Over 200 people have been contaminated or infected with a potentially deadly strain of drug-resistant fungus during outbreaks at UK hospitals.
John Haughey, 76, died after drinking a bottle of hand sanitiser gel which contained as much alcohol as a litre of gin
John Haughey, 76, died after drinking a bottle of hand sanitiser gel which contained as much alcohol as a litre of gin
John Haughey, 76, died after drinking a bottle of hand sanitiser gel which contained as much alcohol as a litre of gin
Family paid damages over death of elderly patient who drank hand sanitiser gel
A hospital has agreed to pay damages to the family of a confused patient who died after drinking a bottle of hand sanitiser gel which contained as much alcohol as a litre of gin.
Cumbrian hospital ward still closed after norovirus outbreak
A hospital ward continues to be closed to visitors after an outbreak of norovirus.
Donations are not reaching Grenfell Tower survivors quickly enough, campaigners said
Donations are not reaching Grenfell Tower survivors quickly enough, campaigners said
Donations are not reaching Grenfell Tower survivors quickly enough, campaigners said
Grenfell donations not reaching survivors fast enough, campaigners say
Donations are not reaching survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire fast enough, campaigners say, following revelations less than 15% of the money raised has been distributed.
NHS England's target of 95% of A&E patients seen within four hours was last achieved in July 2015
NHS England's target of 95% of A&E patients seen within four hours was last achieved in July 2015
NHS England's target of 95% of A&E patients seen within four hours was last achieved in July 2015
A&E waiting times target in England missed every month for past two years
The NHS in England has missed its target for A&E waiting times every month for two years, new figures show.
Only 15% of trusts and boards reported that women see the same midwife for most care contacts in the antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal period
Only 15% of trusts and boards reported that women see the same midwife for most care contacts in the antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal period
Only 15% of trusts and boards reported that women see the same midwife for most care contacts in the antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal period
Midwives concerned at small number of women getting 'continuity of carer'
Midwives have raised concerns over the small numbers of women who are getting "continuity of carer" throughout their pregnancy, birth and aftercare.

Brian Dolan (left) with staff from the North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust

 Brian Dolan (left) with staff from the North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust
Brian Dolan (left) with staff from the North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust
World-renowned health expert hails Cumbria's NHS as "cutting edge"
A world-renowned health leader visited Cumbria and hailed the county's NHS as "cutting edge" when it comes to improving the time patients spend in hospital.
A report into Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust found efforts to cut "over-crowding" in the emergency departments at both the trust's main hospitals "were not effective"
A report into Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust found efforts to cut "over-crowding" in the emergency departments at both the trust's main hospitals "were not effective"
A report into Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust found efforts to cut "over-crowding" in the emergency departments at both the trust's main hospitals "were not effective"
Hospital trust still failing patients months after warning to improve
A hospital trust where treating people in A&E corridors has become "institutionalised" is still failing on patient safety months after inspectors first flagged concerns.
The figures were uncovered through freedom of information requests to 136 hospital trusts with maternity units in England
The figures were uncovered through freedom of information requests to 136 hospital trusts with maternity units in England
The figures were uncovered through freedom of information requests to 136 hospital trusts with maternity units in England
42 hospital trusts closed maternity wards at least once in 2016
Expectant mothers have faced being turned away from more than four out of 10 maternity wards due to lack of beds and staff, according to new data obtained by Labour.
Worrying drop in student nurse applications in Cumbria
EXCLUSIVE: Hundreds fewer applications in county as hospitals struggle to recruit

BBC head of media Amol Rajan, who is due to present the inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards

The Lake District China Forum, nominated in the Best Marketing category

Julia Winder, area operations manager for Inspira, nominated for Best Social Enterprise, with Jayne Moorby from Oxley Group, nominated in the Best Manufacturing category

Luke Christian, co-founder of Lakeland Mues, which is nominated for Best New Business

Paul Rheinbach, managing director of More Handles, which is nominated for Best Community Involvement

Amyn Fazal, chief executive of Penrith Building Society, who is nominated for Best Business Person

 BBC head of media Amol Rajan, who is due to present the inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards
BBC head of media Amol Rajan, who is due to present the inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards
Shortlist announced for inaugural in-cumbria Business Awards
Magazine honours enterprises across county, both big and small
Medics have their say on west Cumbria maternity changes
Police escorts, trunk road status for the A595, and a community car scheme for visitors were just some of the long-term recommendations in a newly-released health report.
The inflated price of basic surgical equipment has been identified as an area in which cash can be saved.
The inflated price of basic surgical equipment has been identified as an area in which cash can be saved.
The inflated price of basic surgical equipment has been identified as an area in which cash can be saved.
NHS 'does not deserve more money as it wastes cash on poor care'
The NHS needs to put its "house in order" and improve standards before it can justify asking central Government for more cash, the man leading a review of efficiency within healthcare has said. 
The package of support for residents in the 'finger' blocks neighbouring the charred remains of Grenfell Tower is expected to cost the local authority millions
The package of support for residents in the 'finger' blocks neighbouring the charred remains of Grenfell Tower is expected to cost the local authority millions
The package of support for residents in the 'finger' blocks neighbouring the charred remains of Grenfell Tower is expected to cost the local authority millions
Residents of flats near Grenfell Tower 'to receive £2.7m in council support'
The package of support for residents in flats neighbouring the charred remains of Grenfell Tower is expected to cost in the millions, the council estimates. 
Ian Paterson originally received a 15-year sentence
Ian Paterson originally received a 15-year sentence
Ian Paterson originally received a 15-year sentence
Breast surgeon given five more years in jail for 'sickening' unnecessary ops
A surgeon who carried out unnecessary breast operations has had five years added to his jail sentence for his "truly sickening" crimes.
Diane Abbott at a protest at Stoke Newington police station over the death of Rashan Charles
Diane Abbott at a protest at Stoke Newington police station over the death of Rashan Charles
Diane Abbott at a protest at Stoke Newington police station over the death of Rashan Charles
Diane Abbott: Rashan Charles probe findings will cause deep concern
Diane Abbott has said initial findings of a probe into the death of Rashan Charles will cause deep concern after figures showed a "disproportionate" use of force against minority groups by police.

The Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle

 The Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle
The Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle
Why did Tessa die? Family speak after death of 21-year-old
A young woman who died at Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary was found screaming in pain on the floor of her hospital cubicle - yet still her family's calls for a crucial scan were denied.

Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle

 Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle
Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle
Doctors should have done more to diagnose woman's stomach pains - coroner
Doctors should have done more to diagnose what was causing a young woman to have stomach pains in the hours before her death, a coroner has said.

The teams line up

Ollie Armstrong

Louise Miles and Natalie Rutherford with the Ollie Armstrong Memorial Trophy

Carlisle's Jack Mitchell in action

Both teams sported the name Armstrong

Creighton's Steven Hodgkinson on a run

 The teams line up
The teams line up
Rivals join together for charity match in memory of young Carlisle player
Rugby rivals from two of Carlisle biggest clubs took to the pitch to remember a young player who lost his brave battle with cancer.

Competitors tackle one of the obstacles

 Competitors tackle one of the obstacles
Competitors tackle one of the obstacles
'I expected Gelt Gladiator event to be safe'
After Gelt Gladiator founder Mike James received a suspended jail term for safety failings in 2015, Phil Coleman spoke to one of five seriously injured event competitors
Bethany Shipsey died at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester a few hours after taking diet pills she bought online
Bethany Shipsey died at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester a few hours after taking diet pills she bought online
Bethany Shipsey died at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester a few hours after taking diet pills she bought online
Parents urge tighter curbs on online diet pills after 21-year-old woman's death
The parents of a young woman who died after taking online diet pills packed with a toxic chemical are calling for tighter controls on its supply.
Test debutant Toby Roland-Jones made short work of South Africa's top order
Test debutant Toby Roland-Jones made short work of South Africa's top order
Test debutant Toby Roland-Jones made short work of South Africa's top order
South Africa top order feel the full force of England debutant Toby Roland-Jones
Day two of Toby Roland-Jones' England debut was a success as he ran through South Africa's top order in the third Investec Test at The Oval.
Doctors have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed.
Doctors have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed.
Doctors have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed.
Secret NHS cuts will cause uproar once revealed, doctors claim
Doctors have warned that plans for "brutal " NHS cuts are shrouded in secrecy and will cause uproar once revealed.