Hundreds alarmed by popping sound coming from kettlesRead the full story ›
With doubts over a nuclear development that could bring investment and jobs to Cumbria, the man behind Moorside has spoken to ITV Border.Read the full story ›
A 17 year old motorcyclist has been treated in hospital following a crash in Wigton.
The teenager was involved in a collision with a Mitsubishi pick-up truck at the junction of the A596 and Station Road, at Wigton, at about 6pm yesterday evening.
He was treated at the Cumberland Infirmary but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
The driver of the other vehicle was uninjured.
Police say the road was closed for five hours while officers carried out a collision investigation.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
The company building a new nuclear power station in Moorside says Toshiba "remains committed" to the multi billion-pound project.Read the full story ›
The company postponed an announcement in which it was expected to confirm it is withdrawing from new nuclear projects outside Japan.Read the full story ›
A set of triplets from West Cumbria who were born three months prematurely have made it home in time for ChristmasRead the full story ›
One of the county's most senior doctors has admitted many of his colleagues have "reservations" about proposed changes to maternity services in West Cumbria.
Dr John Howarth is Deputy Chief Executive of the Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
He was giving his personal opinion at a public meeting in Maryport to discuss various options for the future of healthcare in Cumbria.
People running the NHS say their preferred option is a midwife-led unit at the West Cumberland Hospital meaning many more pregnant woman would have to travel to Carlisle to give birth.
There's a chance some community hospital beds in Maryport could be saved, according to health officials in Cumbria.Read the full story ›
Campaigners opposing plans to downgrade maternity services in west Cumbria have dressed up as corpses in front of a meeting of health bosses.
The Success Regime - appointed by the government to improve healthcare in Cumbria - is considering removing consultant-led maternity care from the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven.
They are holding public meetings across the county as part of a consultation into the plans, and protestors gathered outside one of the meetings in Whitehaven.
Prime Minister Theresa May says there is a "general consensus" that maternity services at West Cumberland Hospital should be downgraded.Read the full story ›