The Windscale chimneys have been a major part of the Sellafield skyline since the 1940s and work to decommission the filter gallery on top of the last remaining chimney is now half way there. Sellafield Ltd is demolishing the 530 tonne filter gallery before the chimney itself can be brought down. ...

The Windermere ferry will be taken out of the water later this month for its five-yearly refit and full inspection. Mallard, a vessel that can carr...

Police are appealing for information after two ferrets, four hens, and one duck were attacked in Penrith. The incidents all took place at the Castl...

The Prince of Wales will start a day-long tour of Cumbria by meeting staff, directors, tenants and farmers at J36 Rural Auction Centre, Crooklands...

Changes to how funding is allocated to schools to meet the costs of pupils with special educational needs were agreed by Cumbria County Council’s C...

Plans for a new academy in Workington moved a step closer today (3 April) following the Cumbria County Council Cabinet decision to publish statutor...

Cumbrian tourism businesses have been named as finalists in five categories in the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2014.

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Police have renewed their appeal for information relating to criminal damage to a car in Whitehaven and have released a CCTV image in an effort to trace those responsible. On 22 February 2014 at...
Baines Wilson LLP, the specialist commercial law firm based in Carlisle and Lancaster has a new solicitor. The third in a few weeks making the eight lawyer strong commercial property department...
Rachel Blaney, a 22-year-old Dance graduate, from Whitehaven who had never run a marathon before in her life, completed the gruelling Virgin Money London Marathon yesterday (Sunday 13 April) and...
Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident in House of Fraser, English Street, Carlisle in December 2013. On Tuesday 17th December a woman in her fifties, was sexual assaulted in the...