Six former British soldiers, including three from this region, have been told today that they will go on trial in India on weapons charges.Read the full story ›
A man from Cumbria who has been detained in India for 21 months over alleged weapons offences has been told this morning he will go on trial.
John Armstrong, from Wigton, was one of six Britons detained in October 2013.
The charges were later dropped, but police in India appealed that decision and that appeal has now been upheld.
The men, who were part of a crew providing security for shipping, strongly deny the charges.
Ownership of Wigton swimming pool has been handed to a community trust, by Cumbria County Council.
But if they want to keep it open, they'll need to find around £60,000 every year.
Greg Hoare went to find out more.
Wigton's community swimming pool has been saved from closure.
The Wigton Baths Trust was granted ownership of the town's pool by Cumbria County Council on 23 March, and it'll officially run the pool from 31 March.
The council said financial cutbacks meant it couldn't afford to keep it open, and it was due to be closed.
But Alan Pitcher, Chair of the Trust, is confident they've got the financial power to keep it going:
Police have released images of two people they want to speak to following an incident at a shop in Wigton.
The CCTV images show a man and a woman entering The Factory Shop on Kings Street.
Detectives say a large quantity of DVDs were taken from the store on Thursday.
Anyone with information should contact Cumbria police.
Today the campaign to have a man with Down's Syndrome and dementia cared for in his home town succeeded.
Michael Cavelrt's family started an online petition, signed by more than 150,000 people, to ensure that he would be cared for in Wigton.
In a meeting this morning, it was confirmed that Mr Cavelry would remain in Wigton.
Hannah McNulty reports.
The family of Michael Calvert, who has dementia and Down's Syndrome, are delighted with the news that he'll be cared for in their home town.
Michael has lived with his mother in Wigton his entire life.
She can no longer care for him, and there was a strong chance he'd be moved to a home 20 miles away.
But today the authorities say there's a space for him in Wigton - a decision welcomed by his family:
The decision to allow a man with dementia and Down's Syndrome to receive care in his home town of Wigton has been announced.
Representatives of the council and the NHS met with Michael Calvert's family this morning.
In a joint statement, the authorities say they are happy a satisfactory outcome was achieved.
"The various agencies involved in this case met with the family this morning to discuss the most effective way forward.
All agencies involved are pleased that a satisfactory outcome has been achieved for Michael and his family."
A campaign backed by more than 150,000 people has succeeded as a man with Down's Syndrome and Dementia is allowed to stay in his home town for treatment.
Michael Calvert's family began an online petition to fight against plans for him to be moved to a care home 20 miles from Wigton, where he has lived all of his life.
Today in a meeting of the council, the NHS, and his family, it was agreed he would move to a care home in Wigton.