Paul Spence's death at a scrapyard in Carlisle is being investigated by police and the Health and Safety Executive.Read the full story ›
Carlisle Crown Court heard Keiran Farrer made false statements which allowed him to rake in disability living allowance totalling £41,000.Read the full story ›
A large number of iPads and Apple Watches, amounting to £70,000, have been stolen from a technology store in Carlisle.
Police were called at 7.45pm on Thursday 15 February to the Stormfront store on English Street.
Officers believe the offenders may be using a white long-wheel base Transit van.
Anyone with any information is asked to call 101.
Emergency services were called to the incident at Michael Douglas Auto Salvage in Carlisle. Police are now liaising with the HSE.Read the full story ›
Campaigners in Cumbria took part in a nationwide day of action today in protest over the running and funding of the NHS.
They gathered in Carlisle City centre earlier to share their view that the government is failing to provide the service with enough financial support.
"The conditions the staff are working under are really hard and I think what breaks my heart is that all of the doctors and all of the nurses and all of the other health care staff really care passionately about delivering the best health care service that they can to their patients.
"But they are having their hands tied behind their back at the moment by the lack of funding."
The campaigners accused the government of not providing enough funding for the winter. A claim the Department for Health refuted.
"We know the NHS is extremely busy, which is why the Government supported it this winter with an additional £437million of funding, and why it was given top priority in the recent Budget with an extra £2.8bn allocated over the next two years.
"Despite the extra pressure that comes with winter, the most recently published monthly figures shows hardworking staff treated 55,328 people within four hours every single day - 1,272 more each day than in the same month the previous year.”
Braden Moreton lashed out with a hammer, a wrench and the victim's own crutch inside a flat in Carlisle last February.Read the full story ›
Exclusive dash cam footage shows the chase that gave 19-year-old Steven Paul Kidd a jail sentence and driving ban.Read the full story ›
The US music star says he looks forward to singing along with his "incredible" fans soon.Read the full story ›
Plans have been unveiled to build a southern bypass around Carlisle and grow the city's population by 10%. The scheme, from the city and county councils, would also include a new village in the area.
It has government backing, but also needs government money in order for the vision to become a reality:
The future of Carlisle's Tullie House faces uncertainty, as Carlisle City councillors vote in favour of possible funding cuts to the museum and art gallery: