The treasure is more than 1,000 years old, and gives valuable insight into the influence the Vikings had in Cumbria.Read the full story ›
Eyemouth's RNLI lifeboat team had to contend with stomach-churning waves during a training exercise this weekend.
The video was posted on the RNLI Twitter page.
Kroy went missing on his scooter, while dressed up as Spiderman. He was spotted after a Facebook appeal was shared by hundreds of people.Read the full story ›
Two teenage girls who fought off a knife attacker have been presented with awards for their bravery.Read the full story ›
Archaeologists have uncovered part of a Roman road in Penrith that experts say is one of the best preserved in Cumbria.
The remains of the 2,000 year old structure were found during preparations for a new housing estate that is going to be built on the site.
Experts have also found musket balls that could have been fired at fleeing Scottish soldiers during the Jacobite invasion of 1745. But the whole site will soon be lost to developers.
Our reporter, Matthew Taylor, went to see what's be uncovered:
Sorry boss, I can't come in today - I'm arranging a birthday party for my dog. Just one of the excuses used for skiving off work last year.Read the full story ›
Dumfries and Galloway Council has slammed residents who complained about "ugly" planters being installed on their street.Read the full story ›
A school in Egremont was magically transformed today... for Harry Potter Day.
West Lakes Academy was decorated to look like Hogwarts, and children and staff dressed up as their 'wizarding' heroes.
The celebrations began with students receiving their Hogwarts acceptance letters and being sorted into their houses; Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Slytherin or Hufflepuff.
Their lessons were then transformed, with sessions on fantastic beasts and where to find them, and potion-brewing.
As a reading school, we want to foster a love for reading in all our pupils and we thought that using the modern classic series of Harry Potter books would be the perfect way to do that.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has been involved in an unusual rescue... helping a horse that became stuck in the mud.Read the full story ›
One of the Lake District's most recognisable vessels is getting a special winter makeover.
MV Teal was originally launched in 1936 to carry more than 530 passengers and has twice welcomed Her Majesty the Queen on board.
Now, as part of Windermere Lake Cruises' annual winter maintenance programme, the boat is getting a brand new generator engine, a new front deck and a refurbished bridge.
One of the traditional wooden launches ‘Queen of the Lake’, and a modern waterbus ‘Cumbria III’, will also be having work done.
The majority of the work is being carried out by full-time staff from Windermere Lake Cruises.