The next government must invest in infrastructure – including nuclear power – if the UK is to prosper outside the EU.That is the view of Cumbria Chamber of Commerce, which has today published a ‘Manifesto for Business’, setting out business priorities for the next Parliament. The document is based on...

Cumbria’s tourism businesses are being asked to take part in a county-wide survey to find out how the sector is performing.

The ‘Tourism Bu...

Bath, Book, Bed is the answer all parents and carers of young children have been looking for and puts stories firmly at the centre of a good night’...

After a challenging two years and an uncertain future, two popular roller derby teams have now found a new home, giving them a regular training ven...

The British Farming Awards are back for 2017 - showcasing the achievements of farmers working within the UK agricultural industry

After a hu...

Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team had a busy bank holiday Monday afternoon with two simultaneous callouts.

The first incident the Team respond...

On Easter Saturday two people approached the display trailer at Glenridding to inform the Team that a man had slipped and injured his ankle on the...

If employees are asked to compete for their jobs following a restructure, does it change the test for whether they were unfairly dismissed? Is ‘fairness’ assessed by reference to a fair redundancy...
An asthma awareness campaign aimed at young people will be launched this week by a group of apprentices from GSK Ulverston.The campaign is in memory of Josh West from Ulverston, who tragically died...
Two dairy farmers from Cumbria have netted £7,000 worth of prize money for producing some of the country’s best quality silage. Steven Hunter of Berrier Head Farm, Penrith and Keith Rudd of The...
Groundwork North East & Cumbria has been appointed to lead a £1.7M scheme to address the key barriers preventing people in Cumbria entering employment. Choices, a Building Better Opportunities...

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