A new multi-million pound school and community hub has officially opened in Harraby today.Read the full story ›
The unruly flock spilled onto Kingstown Road where they delayed traffic, went up driveways, and were eventually rounded up by a farmer.Read the full story ›
The group that runs the Settle to Carlisle railway line are encouraging passengers to keep using it.
A stretch of the line between Carlisle and Appleby has been closed by a landslip, which would take more than a year to repair.
The rest of the route remains open and reduced fares are being offered.
Police are warning people to be on their guard against summer burglaries.Read the full story ›
Scheduled passenger flights should be taking off from Carlisle Airport by spring next year.
Routes will include Carlisle to London Southend, Belfast and Dublin.
The Stobbart Group says runway improvements are due to be completed by October.
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.
Work has begun to build a new temporary car park for the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
It will be positioned next to Reiver House in the hospital grounds, and will house 100 staff parking spaces.
It's hoped this will ease congestion in the main car parks, which are used by patients and members of the public.
Building work is due to be completed in the next two to three weeks.
The World Health Organisation has named Carlisle as one of 40 towns and cities in the UK that breach certain air pollution standards.Read the full story ›
A second meeting is taking place in Carlisle this evening, for victims of December's floods.
People will have the chance to give their views on a report, which explores why the Storm Desmond floods happened, and suggests possible options to prevent future flooding.
It takes place at the University of Cumbria's Fusehill Street campus from 5pm this evening.
The Environment Agency has told people in Carlisle it understands their frustrations following December's floods.
The authorities were holding the first of two public meetings in the city to explain the options to try to prevent a repeat of the damage caused by Storm Desmond.
Dozens of people turned up, however the turnout was lower than many had expected.
We might not be able to say Carlisle will never flood again but we're looking to reduce flood risk as much as possible and really it's about doing the job properly really and as well as we can.