A couple from South West Scotland have appeared in court following a disturbance on a late night train from Carlisle to Dumfries.
Kerri Durrell, 27, of Laghall Court, Dumfries, and Emily Cowan, of East Hecklegirth, in Annan, admitted struggling and arguing with police at Annan Railway Station.
Solicitor Gavin Orr said the two had been frustrated at being put off the train by a guard.
Dinnell was fined £550 while Cowan was fined £200.
Heavy lifting gear will be used to remove trees and other debris washed into Carlisle's River Petteril during December's floods.
It's hoped the work - due to start today - will reduce the risk of further flooding.
It's being carried out by the Environment Agency.
Police are continuing to investigate an incident in Carlisle yesterday, which led to an elderly woman being hospitalised.Read the full story ›
Campaigners are objecting to proposals to build an £80 million 'energy from waste' plant in the Kingmoor Park area.Read the full story ›
An elderly woman remains in hospital after being hurt outside Carlisle's market hall.
The incident happened yesterday afternoon.
Three men, aged 30, 18 and 16, and a 36-year-old woman, were arrested on suspicion of affray, and have all now been released without charge.
The Merseyside pair were involved in a gang who transported the largest ever heroin haul to have been seized in Carlisle.Read the full story ›
Carlisle Cathedral has been awarded £400,000 towards repair work on the nave of the building and the aisle roof.
The funding has been given as part of the First World War Centenary repairs fund.
Four police vans and an ambulance were called to reports of an affray near the Market Hall in Carlisle.Read the full story ›
Police are investigating after a woman was sexually assaulted in Carlisle in the early hours of the morning.Read the full story ›
Carlisle's last independent shoe shop is preparing to close its doors for the final time.
McGrath Shoes on Lowther Street will cease trading next month after 95 years in business.
Once, it was one of nine independent shoe retailers in the city.
Nowadays every clothing store sells shoes, whereas when I first started, each shop sold their own product.
But everywhere you go you can get shoes, even to the point you can go to a garden centre and buy shoes now.