Africa’s largest tortoise successfully bred at Wildlife Park – babies are less than a handful and named after cartoon cousins

The Lake District Wildlife Park near Keswick is celebrating the birth of four sulcata tortoise babies. It’s the first time they have...

The online community joined up with health professionals and members of the public to take part in a conference to help empower people who use NHS ser...
Copeland Council’s partnership approach to a new European Directive on spatial data has won national plaudits as an example of best practice in exploi...
Health chiefs in North Cumbria have today reinforced that West Cumberland Hospital has a positive future. NHS Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group (CC...
Rail union RMT warned today, October 14 that a growing rolling stock crisis, highlighted by the loss of nine complete trains from the chronically...
A beach-themed fun day is being planned at Allonby this Hallowe’en – with competitions, games and activities for all the family. But there’s more to t...
As part of national Hospice Care Week (6-12 October), St Mary’s Hospice is supporting a new website that enables customers to donate to charity at no...
The health of some of Cumbria’s ailing lakes and rivers has had a £103,000 cash boost. The River Irt, the Lower Eden, River Derwent, Esthwaite Water, and the Kent and Leven estuaries won grants from...
Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Richard Rhodes, pictured is reminding people that they still have time to take part in the online survey and share their views about the future funding of the...
A handy new web page which will help capture people’s views on a street-by-street basis on the details of the introduction of on-street parking charges in six towns in Cumbria has now gone live.
Electricity North West – the region’s power network operator removed 540 metres of overhead power lines and six electricity poles at Stockdale in Longsleddale on Friday at a cost of £82,000.