An undercover Trading Standards tobacco and alcohol sales operation has shown that local businesses are refusing to sell to underage people. 26 of the 27 businesses visited during half term refused to sell the tobacco or alcohol. During half term week, Trading Standards and Cumbria Constabulary jointly...

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...

District, parish and the general elections are taking place on 7 May 2015 and a series of events are taking place in Eden District to encourage peo...

A Cumbrian engineering firm has been fined £12,000 after a worker suffered severe injuries when he was struck by a metal frame, weighing nearly two tonnes. The 21 year old from Carlisle, who has...
Three people from Barrow have been jailed for a combined total of 14 and a half years for their part in plotting to sexually abuse children. One man and two women were sentenced today (24th February...
Tanya Tinkler, owner of Salon Rouge in Penrith took on the challenge recently of raising money to help a customer in need, when she found out her husband had been diagnosed with a brain tumour....
This week two actors arrived in Keswick to start preparations for Theatre by the Lake’s spring show, Two by Jim Cartwright. To celebrate the beginning of rehearsals, the actors shared a toast on the...

Most Viewed Today