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Mark Austin, 42, had already admitted a charge of producing the class C drug when he appeared at Carlisle Crown Court to plead not guilty to possessing cash which he knew had come from criminal conduct.
Plans to roll out ready meals to all cottage hospitals in Cumbria are on hold while bosses find out more about what people think of them.
Hundreds of teachers and school workers, firefighters, council workers and civil servants are expected to stop work for a day of action.
Cumbria is set for an employment boost, with pub chain JD Wetherspoon creating 90 jobs when it opens two new bars.
Bob Sanderson has always enjoyed taking things apart and putting them back together.
Soldiers past and present said they were overwhelmed by the support shown to them by people at Workington's annual Armed Forces Day parade.
Labour MP Sir Tony Cunningham revealed last week that he was to step down after 13 years to spend more time with his family.
A major housing developer has pledged its commitment to build a multi-million-pound housing and holiday complex in Workington.
Andrew Dunn, of The Gavels, Great Clifton, near Workington, admitted four separate driving offences including dangerous driving despite not yet having even passed his driving test.
Parking enforcement across Cumbria could be brought under county council control following a review of how new on-street parking charges will be controlled.
An all-female shortlist to be Workington's next MP would be the "wrong move" according to a leading member of the town's Labour Party.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 08:28 am
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