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Carlisle grandmother jailed for possessing torch-like stun gun

Police found the weapon disguised as a torch during a search of Kelly Dargue's home. Source: BBC Cumbria

I'll quit if jails don't improve – Stewart

Rory Stewart gives himself a year to reduce the level of drugs and violence in 10 English prisons. Source: BBC Cumbria

Ashley Nadesan: Carlisle United sign Fleetwood striker for second loan spell

Carlisle United sign Fleetwood Town striker Ashley Nadesan on loan for the second time after a successful first spell. Source: BBC Cumbria

Travel warning for West Coast Main Line

Network Rail is urging people not to travel on the West Coast Main Line for the next three weekends. Source: BBC Cumbria

United Utilities issued north-west England drought permits

United Utilities can now take supplies from boreholes and reservoirs in Cumbria and Lancashire. Source: BBC Cumbria

Whitehaven Academy trust could be told to repay cash

The Department for Education believes work on new lighting may not have been completed. Source: BBC Cumbria

Bassenthwaite ospreys: Farmer guilty of disturbing nest

Paul Barnes is convicted of two charges after driving a tractor and trailer close to the nest site. Source: BBC Cumbria

Donald Campbell's restored Bluebird in museum home row

There have been offers to take the craft round the world, but some want it to remain in Coniston. Source: BBC Cumbria

Carabao Cup: Blackburn Rovers thrash Carlisle United 5-1 to reach second...

Bradley Dack scores two and assists two as Blackburn thrash League Two side Carlisle in the first round of the Carabao Cup Source: BBC Cumbria

Carlisle City Council defends cycle track overspend

Despite criticism, the Labour council claimed it had delivered an "incredible facility". Source: BBC Cumbria

Barrow v Chesterfield

Live coverage of Tuesday's National League game between Barrow and Chesterfield. Source: BBC Cumbria

UK house-building 'below pre-crash levels'

More than half of local authorities building fewer homes per year than in 2007-08. Source: BBC Cumbria

Farmer denies disturbing Bassenthwaite ospreys

Paul Barnes is alleged to have driven a tractor with trailer and children close to the site. Source: BBC Cumbria

Save Grange Lido petition attracts thousands of signatures

Campaigners want to restore the derelict Grange Lido, which closed in 1993, to its former glory. Source: BBC Cumbria

Northern cancels Sunday rail services again

Services across north-west England have been affected due to train crew scheduling "difficulties". Source: BBC Cumbria

Carlisle United 2-2 Northampton Town

Carlisle United and Northampton Town share four goals to each claim a first League Two point of the season. Source: BBC Cumbria