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Residents of a Carlisle street have won a lengthy battle against problem trees - while others claim they have been ignored.
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Pigeon fanciers across Cumbria are waiting for scores of birds which failed to return from a race which started in the Lancashire town of Garstang.
Children currently living near Sellafield or Dounreay nuclear plants are not at an increased risk of developing cancer compared to peers in other parts of Britain , researchers have said.
Controversial plans for a new A 9.41m leisure centre in Workington have been given the go-ahead by Allerdale council planners.
A crash between a police vehicle and a car in Cumbria has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
UPDATED: Parking meters plans for Bowness, Ambleside and Kendal now 'on ice' after Tories call it in Coun James Airey, leader of the Conservatives on the county council, confirmed this afternoon that his group is formally seeking a review of the decision - called a 'call in'.
A man from Cleator Moor charged with 17 sexual offences spanning a 35-year period has had his case sent to the crown court.
BRITISH Transport Police officers have released a CCTV image of a youth they want to speak to after a bike was damaged at Grange-over-Sands rail station.
Bodies are being brought to the Netherlands to be identified, as the families of John Alder and Liam Sweeney wait to get their loved ones home Keep up to date with all the action from Newcastle United's pre-season clash with Sydney FC at the Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand Battling Freddie Ibbotson has endured bowel, liver and lung ... (more)
Aspatria was alive with the sound of live music last weekend as the town hosted its first three-day music festival.
A woman who police say has hundreds of previous shoplifting convictions has been given an antisocial behaviour order preventing her from entering a huge number of shops in Carlisle.
Council chiefs face a near A 2 million bill to replace street lights being taken down by a power firm.
A young cocaine dealer who blamed his decision to peddle the deadly drug on the tragic death of his best friend has been locked up.
THE Federation of Small Businesses is refusing to back down in its fight against on-street parking charges being brought into towns and villages in the Lake District and Cumbria.
Learner drivers gearing up to take their first driving test are twice as likely to pass in Scotland as those in London, according to research.
Day two of Pitchfork Music Festival brought the heat with stacked acts of tour-de-force musical performances one after the other, all day long.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 06:20 am
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