Mikey and the rest of Only The Young were sent home in the first of a double elimination on the ITV1 show
The Galloway Mountain Rescue Team have been handed their brand new rescue vehicle.
The 4x4 is filled with high-tech equipment and can be turned into an ambulance in less than one minute.
An anonymous donation of £20,000 was given to the team, and the Order of St John Scotland funded the remaining £20,000.
Parish councillors, environmental and community groups and members of the public have been meeting to discuss the future of the Eden Valley. Eden District Council hosted the event at Melmerby Village Hall. It's aim was to share information and ideas about the Council's service delivery over the next four years.
Two of the stars of the hit TV show The Apprentice hosted a business masterclass at the University of Cumbria.
Margaret Mountford, advisor to Lord Alan Sugar, and Tim Campbell, winner of the first series of the programme, were offering their expertise to students in Carlisle.
When people need an operation they generally want to be treated as close to home as possible. But figures obtained by ITV Border show a big rise in the number of planned operations on Cumbrian patients taking place in Northumberland.
The biggest increase is in orthopaedic procedures. One former consultant has told this programme it reflects "chaotic management" at North Cumbria University Hospitals. The Trust denies that and explains that it's helping to reduce waiting lists. Katie Hunter reports: