Cumbria police say they will have a high-profile presence, including armed officers, at Sunday night's Little Mix concert.Read the full story ›
The fire tore through the roof of the building, and caused major congestion on Carlisle's roads.Read the full story ›
Part of a busy Carlisle road has been closed as emergency services deal with a fire.
Wigton Road from the junction of Stanhope Road to Caldewgate has been shut.
The blaze broke out at the Ukrainian Club on Silloth Street.
Police are urging drivers to avoid the area.
Security & parking information has been released for the Bryan Adams & Little Mix concerts happening at Bitts Park, Carlisle on 15 & 16 JulyRead the full story ›
Roadside traffic surveys are set to take place on Thursday 13 July around Carlisle.
The surveys will happen at three sites and will aim to assess drivers' journey patterns to show how, why and where people travel across Carlisle. The results will be used to highlight any improvements needed on the highway network.
Drivers will be stopped and asked to volunteer to answer questions about their journeys. Interviews are expected to take between two and three minutes and traffic controls will be provided by Cumbria Police at all site locations.
The council say they will try to keep delays to a minimum after the last set of traffic surveys on Eden Bridge in Carlisle.
It's not a job for the faint hearted, and those that do it, have had enough.
The council enforcement teams have to deal with fly tipping, littering and dog fouling across Carlisle.
Despite the threat of heavy penalties if caught, it seems offenders are still causing a nuisance in the city.
Sarah Kilburn-Wilson has been out on patrol to see the mess being left:
Gift bags were handed out on Wednesday 5 July to some of the thousands of people affected by the Storm Desmond in December 2016.
Flood-support organisation, CERT UK, teamed up with pupils from Trinity School in Carlisle to help residents whose homes were damaged in the Warwick Road area in Carlisle.
Watch Matthew Taylor's report:
Major work could be carried out on two west coast mainline bridges in Carlisle in an attempt to reduce the risk of more flooding.
It is one of more than a hundred options being made public at a drop in session in the city this evening, Tuesday 4 July.
The Environment Agency says only in 2018 will any final decision be taken.
Watch Katie Hunter's report below:
Enviro-crime offenders could face fines of up to £2,500 for littering, fly-tipping or not cleaning up dog faeces.Read the full story ›
As the Carlisle Foodies Festival returns to the city, local traders are being invited to showcase and sell their treats.
The programme also includes a series of cookery demonstrations, including by Multi-Michelin star chef Jean-Christophe Novelli. Entertainment will include butchery master classes and cocktail making lessons.
The festival will take part in the city's pedestrianised shopping area on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd July from 10am to 6pm and on Sunday 23 July from 10am to 5pm.