A debate on the EU referendum is taking place at Carlisle United's stadium today.
It's being held by the Institute of Directors in Cumbria together with Carlisle United Business Club.
The purpose is to inform directors about the possible implications of staying in or leaving the EU.
Peter Scott Knitwear in Hawick has entered the first day of its consultation into the future of the firm.
Fifty jobs are under threat at the luxury cashmere company, after what they've called a difficult trading period.
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NuGen has released images of the proposed Moorside nuclear development in West Cumbria, ahead of a public consultation into the scheme.Read the full story ›
Plans for a new £80million plant to turn waste into energy are going on public display today.Read the full story ›
Plans for a new £80m plant to turn waste into energy are going on public display today.
Two companies are behind the development that would be built on vacant land in the Kingmoor Park area of Carlisle and burn household rubbish to create electricity.
A public drop-in for people to find out more about the scheme is being held this evening.
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Two Cumbrian businesses in the south of the county are forging strong trading links with China.
Kendal Nutricare has secured a £6million deal with China to supply infant formula milk which is made at the factory in Kendal.
The milk can be traced back to the Cumbrian fields and to the cows at Skelmersdale in west Lancashire. 60,000 cans of infant formula milk will make their way to China in next few days.
Kate Walby reports.
The Moorside Project involves plans to build a new nuclear power station in West Cumbria, and residents close to the proposed site will receive newsletters next week.
NuGen have had problems with their public consultation lately, after misleading letters were posted to West Cumbrian residents that led some fear they were receiving compulsory purchase orders.
In addition to the consultation events, NuGen’s continuous exhibition at the Moorside Information Centre, Whitehaven Civic Hall, will be open between 10am-4pm Monday-Friday throughout the consultation period.
NuGen’s Planning Lead in Cumbria, Fergus McMorrow, said:
The first of the 28 events will be held in Whitehaven on the 14th May and over the next 11 weeks we will move around the county - from Carlisle in the north to Barrow-in-Furness in the south. It is extremely important that everyone gets an opportunity to come and have their say about the Moorside Project.
A former magistrates' court and police station that was controversially turned into a pub has been named the country's best pub conversion.