New figures show that Copeland is the most miserable area in the ITV Border region, while Allerdale and Eden are the cheeriest.Read the full story ›
Two men from our region are in the running to be named Livestock New Auctioneer of the Year today.
Andrew Maughan and David Porter are two of five auctioneers from an original list of hundreds across the UK.
Andrew started at Penrith Auction Mart five years ago, while David works at Hopes Auction Mart in Wigton.
There was a moment of serenity in the Scottish Parliament this afternoon, as MSPs took a break from debating to practice Tai Chi.
The ancient Chinese martial art is supposed to bring about a state of mental calm, and the session was organised by Age Scotland as part of their Let's Get Moving campaign.
A 26-year-old woman from Carlisle has been officially named the world’s youngest ever commercial airline captain.
Kate McWilliams, who is an Easyjet captain, is originally from Stanwix and went to Trinity School in Carlisle.
She began flying aged 13 in the air cadets, before starting a training programme at CTC Aviation in Southampton aged 18:
I joined the air cadets when I was about 13 and I just really enjoyed it. We got to do a bit of flying, gliding with them and I got the big really since then. I did a little bit of private flying up at Carlisle airport as well, that's where I'm from, and after that I joined the CTC when I was about 18."
Two portraits of unknown World War One soldiers were found in antiques shop in Carlisle - but do you know who they are?Read the full story ›
Thousands of woollen pom poms and one world record!
Tonight, as part of Eden Valley Hospice’s 25th Anniversary this year, an attempt will be made to break a world record.
Staff and volunteers will collect thousands of woollen pom poms to try and break the current world record at the Lanes Shopping Centre in Carlisle.
All year, the hospice has been encouraging people to make a pom pom and send it to them.
A Cumbrian man is heading out to America after becoming the first person in the world with a pacemaker, to complete the world's highest marathon - on Mount Everest.
63-year-old Steve Watts from Troutbeck, completed the Everest Marathon earlier this year.
He's now off to Minneapolis to tell medical executives about his adventures and meet the man who made the pacemaker that saved his life. Matthew Taylor went to meet him:
Now all this week, we've been reporting from the Netherlands to bring you the story of a soldier from Carlisle, killed during the Battle of Arnhem in World War Two.
Corporal Tom Edgar was originally buried in a mass grave - but painstaking research has now identified the exact spot where he was laid to rest.
On Wednesday, relatives of the man, whose friends called him Rocky, were present at a moving ceremony to unveil - at last - his own named headstone.
Paul Crone was there too, and has this report.
Part two of the story of a soldier from Carlisle who was killed during the Battle of Arnhem in World War II.
Corporal Tom Edgar, known as 'Rocky', was buried in a mass grave.
After years of research he's finally been identified and today he'll be laid to rest with his own headstone.
His relatives will be present at the special ceremony in the Netherlands and our reporter Paul Crone is also there.
Here's part two of Tom Edgar's story.
A soldier from Carlisle who died in the Battle of Arnhem in 1944 has been officially identified after being buried in a mass grave.
Corporal Tom 'Rocky' Edgar will be given a named headstone at a special ceremony in the Netherlands.