Carlisle second annual Skills Fair is being held in the Sands Centre today.
Hundreds of pupils from around the city will have the opportunity to meet around 90 local employers.
The event , which was organised by local MP John Stevenson, was designed to show young people what careers are available in Cumbria after they leave school.
There is currently disruption to Virgin Trains between Carlisle and Lancaster due to a train that has broken down between Penrith and Oxenholme.
The broken down train may cause delays of up to an hour, and some alterations to travel plans.
The disruption, which is expected to last until at least 1.30pm, is also affecting First Transpennine Express.
Kim Inglis meets the boys as they kick of their tour in the Sands Centre, and they giver her a sneak peak of what to expect from the show.
The General Election is just 100 days away, and we've been asking how people in Carlisle will be voting, and which issues concern them:
Cumbria Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a man from Carlisle who's been missing for nearly a fortnight.
Caspar Capel, 43, was last seen at Eden Housing, Penrith, on Wednesday 14 January 2015.
It's believed he may be in the Brampton or Penrith area.
He's described as white, of slim build, with short black hair and a beard.
He was last seen wearing a dark jacket with green coloured sleeves, black trousers and a flat cap.
“It has now been nearly a fortnight since Mr Capel went missing, and we are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
“I would encourage anyone who may have seen Mr Capel to get in touch with any information they may have. I would also urge Mr Capel if he sees this appeal to let us know he is safe and well.”
Former Carlisle Kitchen salesman Matthew Pagan was on stage at the Sands Centre last night with his band Collabro as they began their UK tour.
The theatrical group won Britain's Got Talent last year and have since had a number one album.
They will perform in the city again tonight.
Cumbria County Council has teamed up with a private taxi firm to run Village Wheels - a twice weekly service from Rockcliffe into Carlisle - after it cancelled a full bus service.
Watch Kate Walby's report.
A new scheme offering a twice-weekly bus service to Carlisle for inhabitants of Rockcliffe is up and running.
Villagers were facing the possibility of being left without transport when the county council scrapped bus subsidies, but it has now teamed up with a private taxi firm to run Village Wheels.
However Councillor Val Tarbitt has warned that people need to use the service if they hope to keep it, describing it as a classic case of "use it or lose it'
A new public transport service is up and running in a Cumbrian village that lost its daily bus service.
The county council has teamed up with a private taxi firm to run Village Wheels - a twice weekly service from Rockcliffe into Carlisle.
It costs passengers £1.50 return.
A church in Carlisle is trying to attract more young adults, by having informal meetings and inviting non-Christians.
The team at The Way say in the Carlisle area:
- There are around 30,000 people aged 18-30
- But just 200 are involved in the church
Greg Hoare went to find out how they're hoping to change attitudes towards Christianity: