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A local construction company has won the contract for Glenchamber Wind Farm in Dumfries and Galloway.
Renewable energy company RES has awarded the main construction contract for the farm to Luce Bay Plant Hire, a family-run contractor based at Dunragit.
The contract, which is valued at around £8 million, will see Luce Bay Plant Hire complete both the offsite road improvements in preparation for construction starting on site, and civil works for the construction of the wind farm.
37 jobs are set to be lost in Carlisle as a John Lewis distribution centre closes.
The company has announced plans to close its depot at the Kingmoor Business Park.
A consultation process will now start with all employees, who are to be offered early retirement, voluntary redundancy or relocation to a new distribution centre in Milton Keynes.
The MP for Workington says that a task force needs to be set up to see if a West Cumbrian factory can be saved.
Yesterday, the Eastman Chemical Company announced that its factory in Flimby, near Workington, may have to close.
With more than 152 jobs at risk, Sir Tony Cunningham says that there has got to be hope.
An Appleby company that makes fishing equipment has adapted its technology to help remove radioactive sludge from the storage ponds at Sellafield.
Tim Backshall reports.
Sir Tony Cunningham, the MP for Workington, has said that today's announcement that the Eastman factory may close is a 'huge blow' to the people of Workington.
The Eastman Site Manager, Connie Middaugh, has said the company understands that the announcement that the Workington factory may close was difficult to hear.
152 jobs could be lost if an Eastman factory in Workington closes.
Employees have been informed that there will be a consultation period regarding proposals to close the Eastman Workington acetate tow manufacturing site.
The closure is reportedly the result of changes in the global demand for acetate tow.
The company says decisions about how to proceed will be made based on what best serves the global acetate tow business and Eastman.
Paul Knight, of Innovus, says that the plan to adapt technology previously used in the fishing industry to 'help solve some of the problems' at Sellafield is a great idea.
An Appleby company has adapted its scallop dredging equipment to help remove radioactive sludge from the storage ponds at Sellafield.
The Managing Director of Barrnon, Andrew Barr, has said the company was "surprised" to get the request from Sellafield