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Netherhall RUFC in Maryport have paid tribute to Stephen Penrice, who had played rugby since he was a young boy and used to be Captain of the under-18s side.
The 44-year-old died in a fall while working on Eastbourne Pier.
– John Shimmings, Netherhall RUFC Chairman
"Stephen never had a bad word to say about anyone and always had a smile on his face - the biggest smile you've ever seen."
The Cumbrian pier worker who died after falling from Eastbourne Pier has been named.
44-year-old Stephen Penriceis is from Sandylonning, Netherton.
Emergency services were called shortly after 4pm on Tuesday, 19 August, to reports that a man had fallen from the pier
Mr Penriceis suffered serious head injuries and died at the scene.
Sussex Police will be joined by colleagues from the Health and Safety Executive to investigate the incident.
Over 6500 people have played on nets in the trees near Windermere since tree top nets opened three weeks ago.
The nets have been handwoven by French artists, who are former fishermen.
They allow people to experience bring high up in the trees without a harness.
They're a bit like giant trampolines.
The owners of Eastbourne Pier have described the death as a 'terrible tragedy'.
– Cuerden Leisure, Eastbourne Pier Owners
This is a terrible tragedy and we are working with the Police to establish exactly what happened. Our thoughts are with the family and colleagues at this time"
A 22-year-old man has been cautioned in connection with racial harassment following tweets aimed at a Carlisle United football player.
The tweets were published on the Wednesday, 12 February. It's believed they were directed at United defender Courtney Meppen-Walter.
Police traced the tweets to man from the Lincolnshire area. The man was interviewed and subsequently cautioned.
– PC Stuart Brownrigg, Cumbria Police
“Cumbria Constabulary wishes to reassure the general public that we will not tolerate any such comments on social media platforms and will actively investigate any such behaviour.
“Just because something is published online or on social media does not mean it as treated any less seriously as if it were said to a person’s face.”
Anyone who feels they are a victim of harassment online is asked to contact Cumbria Police on 101.
Fresh from her gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, Borders sprinter Libby Clegg will be in action at the European Paralympic Championships in Swansea later today, Wednesday 20 August.
The Newcastleton athlete is taking part in the 100 metres T12 final at 5.35pm.
Owners of a new adventure playground has opened near Windermere say they want the Lake District to be known as the 'adventure capital of Britain'.
Richard Leafe from the Lake District National Park Authority spoke to ITV Border about the new playground:
Carlisle United came away from Cheltenham with a point after a nil-nil draw in the Championship last night.
New striker Jack Marriott was in the starting line-up.
He joined yesterday on a one-month emergency loan from Ipswich Town.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Richard Rhodes will be holding his first of two public surgeries today.
Today's event will take place in Penrith, the second will take place tomorrow, Thursday 21 August, in Carlisle.
The events will give locals a chance to highlight their concerns abour policing in the county.