A new Leader of Carlisle City Council has been appointed following the sudden death of Councillor Joe Hendry in May.
Councillor Colin Glover was appointed by fellow councillors at their full council meeting.
Councillor Glover is a ward councillor for Currock and has previously served as the Deputy Leader of the Council. He was also the Portfolio holder for Economy and Enterprise.
The new Leader has appointed Councillor Elsie Martlew to be the new Deputy Leader of the Council and Councillor Heather Bradley will join the Executive as Portfolio Holder for Economy and Enterprise.
Labour's Stewart Young, from Carlisle, has been elected as the new leader of Cumbria County Council.
His party won the most seats at the recent county council elections and will run the council in coalition with the Liberal Democrats.
Liberal Democrat Jo Stephenson, from Windermere, has been elected deputy leader.
For the previous four years the Conservatives were the biggest party on the county council and were in coalition with Labour, but Labour became the biggest party at this month's elections.
James Airey, from Ulverston, will be the Conservative and opposition leader.
The Conservatives say they fear that rural areas will lose out under the new administration.