Health experts are examining the source of a food poisoning outbreak in Penrith.
Ten people are confirmed as having had a Salmonella infection and there are five more probable cases.
All those taken ill had visited Penrith over the weekend of 15 and 16 November.
Specialists from the Cumbria and Lancashire Public Health England Centre and Environmental Health Officers from Eden District Council are examining where exactly the outbreak came from.
"At this stage it's not possible to pinpoint exactly the source of the illness; however we are undertaking further detailed investigations that will provide us with more information. "To aid this we would urge anyone who purchased and ate food in Penrith over that weekend and has subsequently suffered symptoms such as diarrhoea to contact Eden District Council’s Environmental Health Department."
People are being asked to fill in an online survey to help with the investigation:
Salmonella is often associated with eating foodstuffs (most commonly red and white meats, raw eggs, milk, and dairy products) that have been contaminated with the bacterium.
A carer who took part in the bullying of vulnerable elderly patients with dementia in Penrith has had her jail term halved on appeal.
21 year old Claire Strong took videos and mobile phone pictures of the abuse being committed at Penrith's Beacon Edge Nursing Home.
She was jailed for a year at Carlisle Crown Court. But judges at the Appeal Court in London have decided to cut that sentence because of her age, her previous good character and because she wasn't involved in carrying out the physical abuse.
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Initial plans for a Premier Inn in Penrith look set to be approved by Eden District Council.
The proposal is for a 60 bed hotel and restaurant in the town's New Squares shopping development. It will cost around £4 million to build and take almost a year.
Premier Inn pointed out that they have logged 120 searches for Penrith Premier Inn on their website every day and nearby Premier Inns have around 70% – 85% occupancy.
Local hoteliers are concerned it may only attract over night business stays and won't bring any money into the town.
They are also concerned the building of a restaurant could affect existing establishments in town.
A 57-year-old woman has been taken to hospital after a crash on the A66, west of Penrith.
She was treated at the scene for head injuries at the scene. It's believed her injuries are not life threatening.
It happened today (28th November) around 11.30am.
Environment Minister, Lord de Mauley, says farming is facing 'a very exciting time.
He was speaking to 150 young farmers at a conference near Penrith. The Minister was there to find out the problems facing young people wanting to get into farming. He said it's vital to recruit more people who can adapt to the changing nature of the industry
A hundred and fifty young farmers from across the country have been gathering near Penrith to look at ways of making it easier to break into the industry.
The 'Fertile Minds' event, organised by Farmers Weekly and Tesco, was open to people aged 18 to 25. They discussed the difficulties and costs of entering farming but said it was a very rewarding career to pursue.
The spirit of the Indian Railway has been brought to life in a series of photographs on show at Rheghed, near Penrith.
The pictures are the work of a photojournalist who died suddenly whilst living in Burma last year. And they've been published in a book which will help raise money for a Burmese charity. Jenny Longen reports
Almost 12,000 people descended on Penrith to celebrate the town's Winter Droving last weekend.
The event celebrates all things rural and the annual parade through the town features fire, lanterns, masquerade and music.
The festival is a celebration of the Cumbrian town and its age old role as the market town.
Fiona McIlwraith reports.