Rory Delap has become a free agent after being released by Stoke City. The 36-year-old has been linked with a return to Carlisle United
A report's been published by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch into the death of a mother and daughter on a boat on Windermere
Two of four people arrested have bail dates extended to July 5th.
Eighteen employees at a Carlisle solicitors are taking to the stage tomorrow night (19th June) to sing alongside international opera star Mark Le Brocq.
The event is to raise money for the Headway North Cumbria charity which supports people with brain injuries.
Kim Inglis reports:
Lake wardens are teaching Primary School children how to stay safe on Windermere.
22 children from Flookburgh Church of England Primary School are attending water safety workshops to raise awareness of the dangers surrounding deep water.
So far more than 3,000 children in south Lakeland have been trained.
City Councillors have been meeting to look at potential sites to build thousands of new homes in and around Carlisle.
The Council says it wants the area to grow and thrive and needs to build up to 650 houses a year for the next 15 to 20 years.
Hannah McNulty reports:
Carlisle City Council is in the process of writing a new "Local Plan", which will outline where different developments could be located in the future.
The plans, which set policies and guidelines for developments in the district over the next 15 years, include guides on new housing, business development and infrastructure, climate change and the natural and historic environment.
The council is proposing to build between 550 and 650 new homes every year until 2030 , with 70% of these homes being built in urban areas and 30% in rural areas.
You can view the detailed plans, including Preferred Options for site allocations here.
A meeting is being held to discuss plans to build thousands of new homes in the Carlisle area.
The city council wants to build between 550 and 650 homes in and around the city every year between 2015 and 2030 and says it will help ensure the economic growth of the city.
The proposed locations of the homes are being discussed at a special executive meeting at Carlisle's Civic Centre this afternoon.
A six week consultation on the plans will be held from next month.
A west Cumbrian dancer has won a major national dance competition.
17-year-old Joseph Burridge has picked up the title of Dance Master UK 2013.
It is the latest in a string of successes for the teenager who is inevitably being dubbed as the county's very own 'Billy Elliot'.
Kim Inglis reports:
Archaeologists from Newcastle University are exploring the past of the west Cumbrian coastal town of Maryport.
They are working with volunteers to discover more about the Roman altar stones found in the 19th century.
Last year they had a breakthrough - they found the altars had been reused as foundation stone for a later Christian building. This year they want to find where they were originally.
Watch Samantha Parker's report here:
Work has begun on a missing section of coast to coast cycleway in West Cumbria.
The Hadrian's Cycleway runs from Ravenglass to Tyneside and links in to the C2C route to Wearside.
The new four mile section, between Maryport and Allonby, will take cyclists on a safer route alongside the coast road.
Cllr Keith Little, Cumbria County Council.
A team, made up of professional archeologists and volunteers are aiming to uncover the history behind Roman altar stones found previously near the Senhouse Museum in Maryport, Cumbria.
Last year they discovered the temple stones had been reused in the foundations of another building.
This year they hope to discover where they were originally.
Unemployment has fallen in the South of Scotland for the third month in a row - and there has also been a drop in Cumbria.
Numbers of people unemployed:
- Dumfries & Galloway: 3363, a fall of 29
- Scottish Borders: 2025, a fall of 15
- Cumbria: 8238, a fall of 217