Carlisle war photographer Derek Eland's new exhibition focuses on powerful messages written by soldiers on the front line.
Powerful messages written by soldiers on the front line are the subject of a new exhibition by Carlisle war photographer Derek Eland.Read the full story ›
A memorial service has been held to mark the eleventh anniversary of the Tebay rail disaster.
Four men died when a runaway trailer came out of the darkness and hit them as they worked on the West Coast Main Line at Shap Summit.
Lori Carnochan was at the service and has this report:
A special service will take place in Tebay today to remember the victims of the 2004 rail crash.
Four people lost their lives when a faulty 16 tonne wagon broke free and sped down Shap Summit.
Friends and family of the victims will join members of the RMT for the 12pm service at the memorial stone in Tebay.
A number of people have turned out in Lochmaben to protest against the erection of seven wind turbines between Torthorwald and Hightae.
The 126 metre high turbines could generate enough clean energy to power over 13,100 homes every year.
Local MP David Mundell was at the protest, in support of the opponents to the wind farm.
"We acknowledge people's right to protest and are aware of the intensity of the feelings of those who object to our proposal.
" Our planning application will be determined by the local authority on the basis of its independent impacts and benefits and we are confident that this is an appropriately sited wind energy project with valuable local benefits."
An artist from Carlisle's showing the human side of conflict in his book.
Derek Eland asked soldiers to write their innermost thoughts on postcards, while he was embedded with the army in Afghanistan in 2011.
One soldier writes about "staying strong". Three days later he lost his legs.
Paul Crone meets US Navy Captain David Stracener, and takes a look at the special relationship between Whitehaven and the United States.
There's a whole lot of history between Whitehaven and the US Navy, but these days the former foes are now firm friends.Read the full story ›
Captain David Stracener says he has received a warm welcome from the people of Whitehaven during his visit to the Beacon Museum.
He is here for the annual commemoration for John Paul Jones, the US Ranger who led the surprise attack on Whitehaven Harbour in 1778.
He has described the links between Whitehaven and the United States of America as "amazing".
A senior member of the US Navy will visit the Beacon Museum in Whitehaven today.
Captain David Stracener is at the museum for the annual commemoration for John Paul Jones, the US Ranger who led the surprise attack on Whitehaven Harbour in 1778.