A father has appeared in court in Carlisle, charged with the manslaughter of his six-week-old baby.
Craig Beattie, 33, was at Carlisle Crown Court accused of killing Kye Levi Beattie Kerr in July 2011 at Harraby in the city.
He has been released on conditional bail, and will next appear at the court for a plea and case management hearing on 3 June.
Hear from Project Manager Mark Pippard, and Pennine Way Head Teacher Sue Blair, about the new development in Harraby:
Sky lanterns have been installed at the site of the new and expanded Pennine Way Primary School in Harraby, Carlisle.
It's the latest stage in the multi million pound development of the site.
The lanterns have been designed to flood the school's buildings with natural light, and the milestone event was watched by pupils, and some special guests:
A multi-million-pound community hub is being built in Carilsle. The first sod was cut to mark the beginning of the building work.
The Harraby Community Campus scheme will see a new community centre including a cafe, a library link, children's centre and sports facilities. A new primary school will be built on the site of the former North Cumbria Technology College.
The scheme has received £12 million of investment from Cumbria County Council and £1.6 million from Carlisle City Council.
A woman from Carlisle is appealing for the public's help to trace her missing parrot.
Five-year old Rocky, an African Grey parrot, managed to fly out of his owner's home in Harraby on Monday and has not returned.
Plans for a £12.3 million pound school and community centre in Carlisle have gone on display to the public for the first time.
They show proposals for an expanded Pennine Way Primary School and Harraby Community Centre on the site of a former secondary school.
Matthew Taylor reports
Detectives investigating the death of a baby boy in 2011 have released their parents on bail after they were arrested in connection with his death.
The 32-year-old father and the boy's mother, who's 24, were arrested at their home in Harraby, Carlisle, yesterday. No more details are being released.
A man and a woman from Carlisle have been arrested over the death of their baby son.
A 32-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman, from the Harraby area of the city, were arrested on Friday in connection with the infant's death in 2011. Police said both have been released on bail pending further enquiries.
A new primary school, sports facilities and a community centre look set to be built in one of Carlisle's most deprived areas.
The plan moved a major step forward today with a deal formally agreed between the city and county councils.
More than £12 million will be spent transforming the former North Cumbria Technology College site in the Harraby area of the city.
Tim Backshall reports: