The Carlisle United Trust has voted overwhelmingly in favour of proposals to bring a £1.26 million investment to the club.Read the full story ›
Members of the Carlisle United Trust are meeting today about a potential £1.26 million investment in the club.
The Trust is voting on whether to reduce their shareholding from 25.4 per cent to 10 per cent to allow businessman Andrew Lapping's investment proposals to go ahead.
The move could pave the way for Mr Lapping to bring up to £1.26 million into the club.
If the Trust does not approve the new arrangement, Mr Lapping, who is being backed by several local businessmen, has said he would "walk away" from investing in the club.
Carlisle is expected to be a hotly contested seat, and on May 7 the vote could be a benchmark for the rest of the country.Read the full story ›
A recent study puts Carlisle high street as the sixth healthiest in the country.
And schemes like the Carlisle Ambassadors programme, in which a new network of cycle paths is being planned, are looking to make it even better.
Ryan Dollard went to see what people in the city centre think.
70 places throughout Britain were assessed according to the type of businesses that were found there.Read the full story ›
Sugar Ray Leonard has been in Carlisle to inspire youngsters, and this painting from Cumbrian artist Kevin Carr shows he's got plenty of fans.
Kevin met the boxing legend back in 1987, at Whitehaven golf club.
In the same year he also painted another boxer, Marvin Hagler, for Cleator Moor boxing club.
The Labour Party's pink battle bus rolled into Carlisle today alongside Shadow Deputy Prime Minister Harriet Harman.
The bus, which is touring the UK to bring Labour's message to women voters, was in the city centre.
The colour of the bus has proved controversial with critics claiming it's patronising to use pink to woo female voters.
But Harriet Harman says the initiative is necessary because a large number of women in the North West didn't vote at the last election, and that people are focusing on the issues, rather than the colour:
Ambitious plans for a major retail development in the heart of Carlisle are poised to get the go-ahead.
The bid will culminate on Friday when councillors debate the proposals to build a large store and a multi-storey car park on an existing 216-space car park in Lowther Street.
Here's a taster of the second part of our exclusive interview with Sugar Ray Leonard.
On Lookaround tonight he'll look back on his amazing career as a champion at five weights.
And we'll hear his thoughts on the sport today, including the upcoming superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.
The window shows a sunrise over Carlisle Castle, and was an iconic part of the Londsale Cinema. It'll be displayed in a new arts centre.Read the full story ›