Unemployed sixteen to twenty-five year olds in Cumbria are being encouraged to sign up to a free film-making course.
It's run by charity in Wigton who say that last year's recruits have learned valuable skills to help them find employment.
Hannah McNulty reports on Cumbria Constabulary's plans to recruit 90 new officers despite facing £10.8 million worth of cuts in funding.
Staff employed on the Settle and Carlisle Railway are set to take two more days of strike action as part of an ongoing dispute over compulsory redundancies.
Those striking provide at-seat catering on Northern Rail services between Carlisle and Settle. They will walk out for 24 hours on both the 14 and 21 of February
The Partnership that runs the service has previously said it cannot agree to its employees demands as they would undermine the financial security of the not for profit organisation.
Cumbria Constabulary is launching a recruitment drive despite facing £10.8 million worth of cuts in funding.
The force is looking to take on up to 90 officers even though it's reducing overall officer numbers by 155 in an effort to balance the books.
Currently 1,155 officers serve with Cumbria Police. That figure is set to be cut to 977 by 2019.
Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Steve Johnson claims the numbers add up.
"Every year we have around 78 people leave the organisation through retirement or move into other organisations or jobs.
"Alongside that we have internal promotions so we're continually have to bring new talent into the organisation."
Cumbria police force has announced it is looking to recruit up to 90 officers, despite facing cuts of £10.8 million.
Last month the Constabulary announced plans to cut officer numbers by 155 by the year 2019.
It said the new recruits would replace retired officers to help maintain a "sustainable workforce".
Greg Hoare reports on the job losses throughout the region.
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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.
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.