Carlisle Airport is to get a multi-million pound boost to bring international passenger flights to Cumbria.View Detail
Businesses from across Cumbria converged on Parliament yesterday to showcase their wares to hundreds of MPs and Westminster insiders.
The campaign to promote Cumbria as the best place to work, live, learn and play has won a Healthcare People Management Association Excellence Award.
The campaign to promote career and lifestyle opportunities in Cumbria has been catapulted on to the world stage after winning a prestigious award.
Carlisle Airport is to get a multi-million pound boost to bring international passenger flights to Cumbria.
A study has found that being close to friends and family – and a sense of community – are among the things that keep people in Cumbria smiling.
The Devonshire Buildings on Barrow Island are being given a new lease of life as fully serviced apartments.
A deeply moving awareness film featuring the parents of an Ulverston boy who died after suffering an asthma attack is having a huge impact.
Ulverston electrical safety and monitoring specialist firm Bender UK has become the sole UK supplier of a line of top-of-the range surgical lights.
Aspiring young professionals are going back to school to deliver a series of presentations about their career development.
More than 45m people visited Cumbria last year, according to new statistics.
More than 175 tonnes of floating concrete and more than 500 metres of galvanised chain have formed the platform for a new marina in the Lake District.
Lots of laughs and a little fine dining are being planned to enhance the experience for visitors to this year’s Taste Cumbria Ulverston event.
Runners pushed themselves to the limit of physical endurance when they set out to conquer 10 marathons in 10 days.
Sixteen people take first of 330,000 steps towards completing 10 marathons in as many days as they pledge to raise £91,000 for Brathay Trust.
Participants in four major outdoor challenges taking place during May are being urged to conquer their career ambitions in Cumbria too.
The Barrow college scored an excellent rating for ensuring students go into highly-skilled employment after their studies.
Over 1,000 young people from Cumbria will take part in National Citizen Service (NCS) to develop essential skills for work and life.
Two talented Furness College construction students have created an intricate arch of crafted brickwork after being challenged by their tutors.