Cloudy through the evening a few further light showers especially over Dumfries and Galloway. Mostly dry during the night, with a few clear intervals developing in the east. Lows 6°C
Cumbrian cricketer Ben Stokes has achieved the fastest test century at Lord's.
Stokes, who grew up in Cockermouth, made a hundred from 85 balls in the England New Zealand international this afternoon (Sunday, 24 May).
Cockermouth cricketer Ben Stokes has just set a new record at Lord's, with the fastest ever Test century.
A man has died in a car crash in West Cumbria.
Police were called at 10.47am today (24th May 2015) following a one vehicle collision on Senhouse Street in Maryport.
The man was was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary by Air Ambulance but was pronounced dead upon arrival.
There are no suspicious circumstances and the coroner has been informed.
A charity that took in a dog found on England's highest peak say the case highlights the need for microchipping.
The Scottish SPCA had to appeal for the dog's owner to come forward after he was discovered on Scafell Pike, because he was not microchipped.
A week later and the dog has now returned home, after spending time at an animal welfare and rehoming centre in Glasgow.
Centre assistant manager Katrina Cavanagh said:
Around 200 school children from Dumfries and Galloway have been taking part in a Food and Farming event to learn about the agricultural industry.
The Queensberry Initiative and Royal Highland Education Trust joined together to host workshops including everything from sampling wild rabbit to milking Daisy the cow.
Lori Carnochan reports:
The owners of a textile mill in Peebles that faces closure say they are confident a buyer will be found.
The 350-year-old Robert Noble March street mill is under threat after owners Moorbrook Textiles say it is no longer profitable.
They have begun an appeal for a buyer to come forward, and a 30-day consultation process.
87 staff members face losing their jobs.
Moorbrook Textiles Managing Director Ian Laird told ITV Border:
A dog found at the top of the highest mountain in England and taken in by the Scottish SPCA has returned home.
Scotland’s animal welfare charity issued an appeal on Friday after the male collie cross was discovered at the summit of Scafell Pike in the Lake District last weekend (Saturday 16 May) by Scottish holidaymakers who took him home to Ayrshire.
Nicknamed 'Scafell' by staff at the animal rescue and rehoming centre in Glasgow, the dog is in fact called Sid and returned south today (Sunday 24 May).
A missing man who was wild camping in Wasdale has been found fit and well by RAF Lossiemouth.
Gary Lupton was reported missing after failing to return from a camping trip on Friday 22nd May.
He was found on Gavel Neese at around 10:15am and was escorted from the hill to Wasdale Head Hotel.