The decision by the Copeland council over planned outsourcing of services is short sighted given a Mayor is due to be elected in May this year says the GMB union.The union for staff in the public sector, is holding a demonstration outside the Copeland Centre in Whitehaven at 8.30am on Monday 9th March...

olice in west Cumbria are investigating a number of rural burglaries in which remote farms, homes and other buildings have been targeted.These offe...

An agricultural and septic tank contractor has been fined £600 for deliberately fly-tipping domestic septic tank waste into the public sewer networ...

Today, Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes at a meeting of his Executive Board has agreed the policing budget for 2015/16 and th...

Police in Workington have distributed Selecta DNA forensic coding kits to residents on Corporation Road as part of a community safety initiative.Se...

Young people are being urged to enter a competition to help combat illegal underage sales of alcohol and tobacco or raise awareness of the health r...

Copeland Borough Council is urging local residents not yet registered to vote to go online now to register. There are only 11 weeks until vote...

Police in south Cumbria are investigating a burglary that occurred at a property in the Mansergh area near Kearstwick. The burglary occurred at some point between 8.30am and 6.30pm on Tuesday 24th...
Cumbria Police are keen to speak to this man in connection with an incident of assault. The incident occurred Workington bus station on Saturday 29th November 2014 between 7.20pm and 7.40pm. The...
Baines Wilson LLP invite you to attend their latest Employment Law Update. The Employment Law Team will explain the latest and forthcoming changes in the complex area of employment law and will...
  Water workers teamed up with conservationists to plant more than 1,000 trees on the shores of Ennerdale Water. As well as providing a rich natural habitat for wildlife, the new woodland will...

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