Stallholders and shoppers alike were glad of 16 new canopies and stalls at Orton Farmers’ Market on Saturday (9 March). The white and dark green stalls, known as pop ups, provide shelter (and shade in the summer) and replace the pop ups that were stolen, with the Market...

Fortunately, this is not quite what is seems – some 170 young people will be in court, but as participants in the 2013 Magistrates’ Court Mock Trial C...
Police officers from the dog section ran a competition on twitter between Christmas and New Year 2012, with over 200 people entering to win a opportun...
The Association of Chief Police Officers today released the national figures for Christmas Drink Drive campaign, which incorporates the results for Cu...
Cumbria Constabulary today released details of the domestic violence incidents police were called to over the Christmas break to mark the end of their...
South Lakes MP Tim Farron has asked residents to ‘put the heart back into the high street and buy local’ as part of his campaign to boost the local ec...
Police are investigating the theft of a mobile phone which occurred inside the McDonalds Restaurant on Stricklandgate, Kendal at 2:20pm on Boxing Day...
Police officers looking for missing Catalina Covaci and her baby son Ricardo have turned to international colleagues to help them widen their search. Catalina, who is originally from Romania but has...
Lake District Hotels say their six hotels have had a great Christmas and New Year – despite the weather and the economic doom and gloom. The Borrowdale Hotel in particular is reaping the reward of...
Government moves to scrap the requirement for householders to get simple and low risk electrical works approved by their local council will save ‘DIYers’ £240 each, and in some cases even more....
£60,000 was shared among nature conservation projects across Cumbria, thanks to Visitor Giving fundraising initiatives carried out by members of Nurture Lakeland over the last six months. Cheques...