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First gig in 20 years for punk band Combo Zombo

Punks photo The Sex Pistols at Carlisle Market Hall could have been a legendary gig. The band was booked to play there in December 1976.

Last updated 23 May 2012
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Workington gets ready to Paint the Town Red

Sequins, stunt driving and stunning flavours from around the world all feature in a one day fundraising festival this weekend.

Last updated 18 May 2012
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I’m living with motor neurone disease, not dying with it

Fletcher ‘Fleck‘ Ditchburn photo In June 2011 Fleck Ditchburn, who has motor neurone disease, was rushed to hospital with a chest infection and pneumonia.

Last updated 17 May 2012
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Is ‘bob-a-job’ week still relevant?

Julia Mullarkey photo Community week is a brilliant idea. It gets Scouts involved in the community.

Last updated 16 May 2012
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'I wish I didn’t have MS. But I think I’m coming to terms with the fact'

Keswick MS man photo Which would you rather have – multiple sclerosis or cancer? Duncan Booth wasn’t given the option. He was given MS.

Last updated 12 May 2012
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We all have to do two or three different things

Peter Macqueen photo They just can’t be trusted, actors. They’re an unreliable, unpredictable lot. They’re in a world of their own and operate to a different time zone.

Last updated 12 May 2012
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People found it hard to accept I could not hear

Helen Atherton photo Teenage years are never easy but for Helen Atherton falling ill at the age of 15 had life-changing consequences.

Last updated 8 May 2012
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Enjoying territorial advantage

rotherham55 Attention! The sergeant major barks so loudly that it makes you jump two rooms away. In the gym hall where he is shouting a group of soldiers stands stiffly still, all eyes forward. They look professional, disciplined and slightly intimidating.

Last updated 5 May 2012
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With this fin, I thee wed

With everything from creative cakes and colourful flowers to stunning bridal gowns and striking photography, the region’s biggest wedding event was once again the place to be for anyone planning their nuptials.

Last updated 2 May 2012
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Folk flock to Carlisle city centre for X Factor auditions

X Factor auditions photo It’s Time. To Face. The Music! Then the theme tune starts. A pounding rhythm that quickens the pulse and makes you think that this singing contest might just be the most important event ever to grace the planet.

Last updated 2 May 2012
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Pirelli Rally: Life in the fast lane

Pirelli rally photo Hurtling along the gravel track, leaving a trail of dust in our wake, it looks like we’re going to career off the path any minute.

Last updated 28 April 2012
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Fortunes of your favourite club can influence the mood of the whole community

Borough Park photo Tomorrow is a day of contrasts for Cumbrian football. Workington Reds need a win to guarantee staying in Conference North.

Last updated 27 April 2012
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Why do people run such long distances?

Jos Naylor photo Is it the sense of achievement of pushing yourself to the limit and reaching the finishing line? Is it a way of just getting out and clearing the mind, of keeping fit. Or is it the ecstacy of the agony?

Last updated 25 April 2012
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Will you read your child a story tonight?

Ged Caig photo Tonight is World Book Night – a celebration of literature and reading. But a survey suggests dads across the UK are too busy to read to their children,

Last updated 23 April 2012
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Cumbrian teenager brought American blues club to its feet

Tom Hamilton-Hughes photo Split personality may be pushing it a bit. Tom Hamilton-Hughes is no Jekyll and Hyde.

Last updated 19 April 2012
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Can testing on animals ever be justified?

elainem001 Elaine Milbourn from Torpenhow, supporter of the Dr Hadwen TrustA lot of animal research is totally unnecessary. You can’t do something to an animal and find that it has the same effect on humans. Dan Bage, manager of Lush, CarlisleBev Francis-Green, myeloid leukaemia sufferer from KirklintonJESS STRANGWARD from Cockermouth, British Pharmocol-ogical Society

Last updated 18 April 2012
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Cumbrian actress bringing her play back home

Francesca Waite photo When Cumbrian-born actress Francesca Waite takes to the stage in a new production of Once in a House on Fire tomorrow, she’ll spot more than a few familiar faces in the audience.

Last updated 17 April 2012
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‘There’s lots of intrigue in my family. Murders, diplomatic assassinations...’

Karen Babayan photo From Iran to northern England. From sunshine to snow. From blood oranges dipped in salt to fish and chips.

Last updated 16 April 2012
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Art breaking out across Carlisle city centre

Carlisle art photo A group of talented photographers are hoping to create a buzz in the city by organising a series of exhibitions away from a formal gallery setting.

Last updated 12 April 2012
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