Forty-five people had to be evacuated from a bus after it caught fire this morning.
- Missing ex-England rugby league international found safe and well
- Cumbria MPs united in support of air strikes against Islamic State
- Man battling terminal cancer to marry soul-mate next week
- One-way traffic returns after Taste Cumbria festival
- Protest campaign launched against nuclear power station near Sellafield
We have launched a campaign to find the unsung heroes and heroines in our community.
A Maryport woman has had a “lorra lorra laughs” appearing in a hit ITV mini-series.
There's a new landlord in town – and he’s taken over Maryport’s Top Tap.
Pupils at a Workington school will be taught how to manage money as part of a ground-breaking partnership.
A FUND-RAISING drive to help a 24-year-old woman speak for the first time has nearly hit £20,000.
Cockermouth businesses are gearing up for a bumper weekend as up to 30,000 people are expected to descend on the town for Taste Cumbria.
This weekend is a milestone in the history of a Workington church which will open its doors to show people how it has changed.
Two Keswick launch landings have closed following low water levels at Derwentwater.
The finalists for the CN Group Business Awards have been chosen, and judges say the standard is as high as ever.
Raise a glass to the Workington Beer and Cider Festival, which has generated thousands of pounds for local charities.
A Harrington mum has shed five stones despite being 33 weeks pregnant.
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