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Firms rally round to help Times & Star Heart Start

heartgeorge 1303 Fund-raising activities for the Times & Star Heart Start campaign has been given a boost thanks to two businesses.

Last updated 13 March 2015
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‘Cost fears’ prevented council’s challenge to Cockermouth Market Place ruling

adrianmarketfront1303 The controversial High Court judgement blocking traffic bans in Cockermouth’s Market Place was not challenged by Allerdale council because of “financial and practical reasons”. (26 comments)

Last updated 13 March 2015
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Cumbria County Council's statement over Market Place traffic ban

Cumbria County Council moved this week to clarify its role in the controversial High Court ruling that means traffic cannot be banned from Cockermouth’s Market Place.

Last updated 13 March 2015
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Allerdale council's statement in full over Cockermouth Market Place

Allerdale council did not fight the legal challenge because it could not afford to do so and it was not “practical”.

Last updated 13 March 2015
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Cumbria's roads are improving says Government

Cumbria’s roads are improving, according to latest figures from the Government. (6 comments)

Last updated 11 March 2015
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£15,000-worth of laptops taken from Maryport school

Police in West Cumbria are investigating a burglary from a Maryport primary school where about £15,000-worth of laptops have been stolen.

Last updated 11 March 2015
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REVIEW: Opera spectacular Brundibar was stunning feat

brundi0603d The opera Brundibar, performed by youngsters from school in the Maryport district, was quite simply spectacular.

Last updated 10 March 2015
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Group plans to reopen Workington Hall

workhall8 0603 This is a first look inside the ruined Workington Hall as moves are made to reopon it to the public. (9 comments)

Last updated 6 March 2015
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Wave energy plan for Solway to power thousands of homes

Tidal lagoon Thousands of jobs could be created from a multi-billion pound tidal power project off the Workington coast. (8 comments)

Last updated 6 March 2015
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All markets banned from Market Place

P1cockmarket 0603 A landmark High Court ruling has put a total ban on markets being held in Cockermouth’s Market Place. (35 comments)

Last updated 6 March 2015
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Workington school is making ‘progress’

Inspectors say a Workington secondary school is making progress towards being removed from special measures.

Last updated 6 March 2015
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Bargain store opens in Workington next week

A major bargain store will create 30 jobs when it opens its first Workington branch on Thursday. (10 comments)

Last updated 6 March 2015
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Maryport man charged with murder of his wife

murderman 0603 A Maryport man has been charged with the murder of his wife.

Last updated 6 March 2015
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West Cumbrian fish plant to reopen after council boost

Maryport's Brookside fish plant will be reopened by a new owner next month, thanks to a £60,000 boost from Allerdale council.

Last updated 6 March 2015
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West Cumbria housing estate scheme gets green light

A proposal to build up to 64 homes in Broughton Moor have been approved.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Maryport take-away plans approved

Maryport will soon be getting its first Sri Lankan take-away after Allerdale council gave it the go-ahead.

Last updated 3 March 2015
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Controversial Workington cross can stay

peternelson1gfgfgfhgd A controversial 9ft cross in Workington can stay – but only if a crucial piece of paperwork has been filed. (20 comments)

Last updated 3 March 2015
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New Taste Cumbria food fair launched

A Christmas food fair and market will be held in Cockermouth this year.

Last updated 2 March 2015
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Woman, 50, found dead in Maryport

A 50-year-old Maryport woman was found dead at her Garner Street home today.

Last updated 27 February 2015
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Lulu named as Maryport Blues Festival headliner

lulu2702a Lulu has been revealed as the headline act for this year’s Maryport Blues Festival. (10 comments)

Last updated 27 February 2015
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