Surprise proposal in halls of residence.Read the full story ›
Around 4,500 people have attended the 167th Grasmere Sports.Read the full story ›
It is one of the most spectacular astronomical events you can see with the naked eye. But will the clouds clear in time to see it?Read the full story ›
Camilla Thurlow, who was a finalist in ITV2's reality TV show, has been visiting businesses in Dumfries.Read the full story ›
Camilla Thurlow returned to Dumfries with Calvin Klein model Jamie Jewitt, days after leaving the reality TV show villa.Read the full story ›
Here's the story behind Little Ross Island, which is up for sale. The lighthouse keeper there was murdered in 1960.Read the full story ›
An island off the southern coast of Dumfries and Galloway is looking for a new owner.
You'll never have to worry about cold callers or noisy neighbours on Little Ross Island, which is on the market for £325,000:
18-year-old Chloe Hogg has become the youngest person in Britain to hold a license to sell alcohol.
She could be first in line to take on her family's restaurant business, but she's pouring her efforts into getting more experience first:
It's game, set and match to a small Cumbrian firm which has beaten off competition from across the country to supply cakes to Wimbledon.
Over the next fortnight, Traybakes Limited will serve up almost 30,000 of its handmade cake bars to tennis fans and players.
A west Cumbrian village goes under the spotlight this week, as students from Seaton Junior School take to the stage.
'This is Seaton' takes a light-hearted look at the community in a musical, where the village battles to be named the best in the UK.
Sarah Kilburn-Wilson has been to watch the final preparations: