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I’m recognised for my baking

hollywood333 Paul Hollywood can’t stop himself from giggling at the success of The Great British Bake Off.

Last updated 19 November 2011
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Should the Waverley viaduct be re-opened?

waverley111 The days when trains linked Carlisle with Waverley station in Edinburgh are long gone – but the bridge they used is still there.

Last updated 16 November 2011
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What kid wouldn’t want to read about vomit or burps?

jim124 For someone who’s been writing comedy for years it’s a strange confession to make, but Jim Eldridge admits: “I’m possibly the least funny person you could think of.”

Last updated 15 November 2011
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‘You need to be able to adapt’

dee101 Running a music venue is a brand new venture for Dee Lockhart in more ways than one.

Last updated 14 November 2011
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‘We are the boys and girls well known as Minors of the ABC...’

abc004 A wave of nostalgia is engulfing Cumbria, sweeping along a generation.

Last updated 12 November 2011
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Little known genius

water009 In two weeks a small group of people will be gathering at the shores of a Cumbrian lake to watch a fly-past by a vintage aeroplane.

Last updated 12 November 2011
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War changed Cumbrian family forever

Rex Hadwin photo Sometimes, picking through the faded photographs and crumbling documents, Rex Hadwin wonders how well he really knew his father and his grandfather.

Last updated 10 November 2011
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Should we have to opt out of organ donation?

John Leveson photo Should doctors be allowed to use our organs for transplants without permission? (3 comments)

Last updated 9 November 2011
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Guy Fawkes and Carlisle Castle

‘Remember, remember the fifth of November. Gunpowder, treason and plot.” Or should that be sausages, mulled wine and fancy fireworks?

Last updated 5 November 2011
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What’s wrong with a man having a makeover?

Mark English photo Clean shaven and dressed in a smart suit, Mark English is clearly a man who takes pride in his appearance and he isn’t afraid to admit it.

Last updated 31 October 2011
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The exotic waters of Cumbria

Turtle photo Take a stroll along a Cumbrian beach on an autumn day and you won’t normally expect to find a large tropical turtle.

Last updated 29 October 2011
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Rob Brydon: How I triumphed over heroic failures

Rob Brydon photo Ahead of a book-signing in Carlisle next week, top funnyman Rob Brydon tells Mark Green about his years of hardship and struggle before hitting the big-time.

Last updated 22 October 2011
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Is it safe to walk in Carlisle at night?

Abigail Finnegan photo Most people would agree that part of the appeal of living in Carlisle is that it feels safe.

Last updated 19 October 2011
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What hope is there for Cumbria's jobless?

Darren Porter photo Not everyone wants to chat about how their hunt for a job and a square wage is going.

Last updated 18 October 2011
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Is the UK becoming more polite?

Social civility was once what underpinned the British way of life, but those golden days are long gone and manners and politeness are in serious decline, right?

Last updated 12 October 2011
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Making sure we get the big picture

northsidebridge1010 The sunny woodland where Derrick Bird took his life. The hunt for Raoul Moat. The floods which devastated west Cumbria. Things are currently moving on at the BBC. The Beeb needs to cut 20 per cent from its budget over the next five years in response to the licence free being frozen.

Last updated 10 October 2011
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Our fancy feline friends

catman810e Cat owners are known to be a devoted bunch and more than once Carol Harvey refers to her cats as people.

Last updated 8 October 2011
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Cumbrian artist's new exhibition: Life on the Afghanistan frontline told by soldiers

Derek Eland photo For four weeks last winter in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Carlisle artist Derek Eland lived with British troops at frontline army bases. He shared their dangers, and their stories.

Last updated 6 October 2011
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Will raising the speed limit get us anywhere?

Drive along the M6, obediently sticking to the national speed limit of 70 miles per hour, and hundreds of vehicles will flash past you. Speeds of 80mph and more on our motorways are far from uncommon. (26 comments)

Last updated 5 October 2011
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Moor Row: It’s not the ninth, it’s number one!

Lindsey Jolly photo Driving into Moor Row on a Tuesday afternoon, the first thing that strikes you is how quiet it is.

Last updated 1 October 2011
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