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A new scheme has been launched to try and encourage more people to adopt babies in Cumbria
Cumbria County Council has put together the 'Foster to Adopt' team - which places a child with foster carers who could then go on to become permanent adoptive parents to children.
New research shows young drivers in the region have admitted to either breaking the law, or crashing their car within the first few months of passing their test.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists has called for the current driving test to be reviewed, and that it's failing the next generation of drivers. Paul Crone has this report.
Coming off the back of last weekend's six one annihilation at the hands of Preston, Carlisle United have two games in four days over the Easter bank holiday.
Results against Walsall tomorrow and Peterborough on Monday could go a long way towards deciding whether or not the blues stay in League One next season.
Ryan Dollard reports:
South Lakeland District Council has decided to close a charitable trust set up to commemorate Prince Charles and Princess Diana's wedding.
They have chosen to give the remaining money in The Royal Wedding Fund to local charities.
Fiona Marley Paterson has more:
An amateur Rugby Union side are just one game away from a Twickenham cup final.
Aspatria face Stafforshire side Leek in the semi-final of the Intermediate Cup.
A win would propel them towards a national final and the biggest day in the club's 140 year history.
Neil Billingham reports: