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Monthly Archives: July 2018

'Dangerous' groomer Steven Airey jailed for four years

A judge calls Steven Airey, 50, "a dangerous offender" as he jails him for four-and-a-half years. Source: BBC Cumbria

Illegal drugs samples tested at Kendal Calling in Cumbria

The Loop offers forensic tests on illegal drugs so users know their contents and strength. Source: BBC Cumbria

Are UK trains the 'envy' of Europe?

Northern Rail passengers have had huge disruption, but is the rest of Europe jealous of our railways? Source: BBC Cumbria

Cancelled Northern rail services set to resume

All 35 services per day will be running on the Lakes Line from Monday after weeks of disruption. Source: BBC Cumbria

Crash death mum Lauren Filer 'impaired' by drugs, coroner rules

A coroner finds 27-year-old Lauren Filer's driving was affected by ecstasy and diazepam. Source: BBC Cumbria

Stevenage: Barrow midfielder Donovan Makoma joins for undisclosed fee

Stevenage complete the signing of 19-year-old midfielder Donovan Makoma from National League side Barrow for an undisclosed fee. Source: BBC Cumbria

UK heatwave: England's parched landscape from the air

England's green and pleasant lands are turning brown. Source: BBC Cumbria

Carlisle death crash mum was 'arrested over drug-driving'

Traces of ecstasy and diazepam were found in Lauren Filer's blood, an inquest hears. Source: BBC Cumbria

Public inquiry to be held into Warcop common land MoD plans

Campaigners fear plans to deregister three fells would leave them vulnerable to development. Source: BBC Cumbria

Man who kicked Jack Russell to death avoids jail

The 32-year-old who attacked a Jack Russell is given a payback order and banned from keeping animals. Source: BBC Cumbria

Ex-football coach Anthony Pickering guilty of sex assaults

Anthony Pickering, 56, is branded "wicked" and warned he faces a lengthy prison sentence. Source: BBC Cumbria

England's best and worst motorway services of 2018 named

For the second year running, travel watchdog Transport Focus has asked customers for their views. Source: BBC Cumbria

Plenty of Fish rapist Lee Savage jailed

Lee Savage met his victims on the dating website and mounted a persistent campaign to rape them. Source: BBC Cumbria

Anthony Pickering trial: Sex assault claims 'lies' says ex-coach

Anthony Pickering denies 10 indecent assault charges, saying the alleged incidents "never happened". Source: BBC Cumbria

Northern sets date for suspended train service restart

Northern says it is "truly sorry" the interim timetable "caused significant disruption". Source: BBC Cumbria

Regan Slater and Jerry Yates: Carlisle sign Sheffield United and Rotherham duo

Sheffield United's Regan Slater and Rotherham United's Jerry Yates both join Carlisle United on six-month loan deals. Source: BBC Cumbria