The machines were installed in June 2016 to "improve efficiency", but locals and visitors say the system is a struggle to use.Read the full story ›
19-year-old Ethan Stables, of Egerton Court in Barrow, has been charged with an offence under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000.Read the full story ›
Our run of disappointing weather continues - but for how long?Read the full story ›
The Margaret Forster Room will be available for hire to the public and will be formally opened by author and broadcaster Hunter Davies.Read the full story ›
The Environment Agency are inviting people to share flood protection ideas but many some residents say they just want flood defences built.Read the full story ›
Up to 30 members of the public, interested in shaping future maternity and paediatric services governed by the North Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), attended a 'listening event' by the Working Together Steering Group on Thursday, 22 June.
Chaired by the Venerable Richard Pratt, the Archdeacon of West Cumberland, the group decided future meetings will focus on issues surrounding health service providers including recruitment, retention and midwife-led units.
More people are invited to join the next meeting on Thursday 13 July at the United Reformed Church meeting room in Whitehaven from 6pm to 8pm.
The meetings are supported by Healthwatch Cumbria and Cumbria CVS and the NHS North Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group.
A jury found 25-year-old Calum Wilkinson guilty of causing the death of a fellow motorist by dangerous driving. He'll be sentenced in July.Read the full story ›
Kepco says it's in talks to buy a stake in the consortium developing the proposed Moorside nuclear power station in west Cumbria.Read the full story ›