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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.
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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.
During a stormy morning ITV Border's cameras captured this time lapse footage of dark clouds massing over Carlisle, and breaking into heavy rain.
A Carlisle church has been unusually busy - all because of the Pokemon Go craze.
People have been gathering at Christ the King in Harraby, which in the Pokemon world is classed as a 'gym'.
The aim of the game is for players to meet up and take part in virtual battles with their Pokemon characters.
Michael Docherty, Parish Priest of Christ the King, says players are welcome to pop into the church.
We'd welcome any players. The church is open morning through to evening. They can pop in, light a candle you know refresh themselves after fighting in the gym... whatever that means.
Concerns that the demon drink was disrupting efforts to fight the First World War prompted radical action in the form of complete state control of pubs and brewers in the Carlisle area.
For the first time ever the subject has warranted its own display in the city's main museum. Matthew Taylor reports.
If you missed our two-part interview with Cumbrian author Hunter Davies it's now available here:
Grants of up to £5,000 are available for flood-hit residents and businesses in Carlisle.Read the full story ›