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.
A team of apprentices are the pride of Cumbria after winning a prestigious national competition.
The new state-of-the-art Wildman Street Studios will offer new and exciting production opportunities.
A deeply moving awareness film featuring the parents of an Ulverston boy who died after suffering an asthma attack is having a huge impact.
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.
A leading figure in Barrow’s recent history praised the ‘impressive facilities’ at Furness College as he returned for his first tour.
Aspiring young professionals are going back to school to deliver a series of presentations about their career development.
A Barrow college is to launch a centre of excellence for art and design.
Inspira is urging young people to sign up to the National Citizen Service programme after research revealed it can help them get into university.
A University of Cumbria nursing student has won a prestigious award in recognition of her work to reduce the stigma of mental health.
Barrow shipyard owner BAE Systems has been listed as one of the best places in the UK for women to work.
Barrow’s shipyard has been awarded a new £1.4bn contract to deliver the next Astute-class submarine to the Royal Navy.
Engineers from GSK Ulverston supported young disabled people by volunteering to help a charity spruce up its building and garden.