Ben Stokes has been dismissed after just two balls by fast bowler Mitchell Johnson.
Stokes fell for a duck in the midst of a remarkable performance for Johnson, who now becomes the fifth Australian to take 300 wickets in test cricket.
The New Zealand born Stokes first moved to Cockermouth when his father, Gerard Stokes, moved to the area to become coach at Working Town RLFC.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service has released details the M6 crash its team was called to yesterday.
It responded to a motorcycle collision in which a 59-year old woman suffered life-threatening injuries.
The GNAAS arrived on the scene at 12.30pm, where they provided emergency treatment before flying the patient to the Royal Preston Hospital.
The woman was described as 'critical' on arrival.
A video produced by a farmers choir in Dumfries and Galloway, already has more than 25,000 views on Youtube.
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Commuters travelling between Whitehaven and Bigrigg will face a 10mph speed reduction from the end of August.
The mile-long stretch of road between Mirehouse Road junction and Bigrigg will be reduced from 60mph to 50mph, following several road safety audits by Highways England.
Motorists are warned to expect the use of temporary traffic lights while work to erect new road signs is undertaken.
The weather will continue to improve into Thursday, with a mostly dry day.
Plenty of sunny spells developing, particularly through the afternoon, so feeling more pleasant.
Maximum Temperature 17°C.
Around 20,000 people are expected at the Kendal Calling music festival, which begins today.
The event, held at Lowther Deer Park near Penrith, will feature acts including Elbow, Snoop Dogg and the Kaiser Chiefs.
It's the 10th anniversary of Cumbria's biggest music festival.
A £33 million funding package for an education campus and community sports facilities in Whitehaven has now been agreed.
The development will be built on the current site of St Benedict's High School, and construction could start as early as next year.
The facilities will be used by St Benedict's, as well as Mayfield Special School, and the sports facilities will be accessible to the whole community.
A new network of CCTV cameras will be launched in Cumbria today.
The project has been commissioned by Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes, and will be implemented by Cumbria Constabulary.
53 cameras will be operated across Carlisle, Workington, Kendal, Whitehaven, Penrith and Barrow, and more could be added if necessary.
The project will cost £2.5 million over the next seven years.