A video of a man dressed as the Grinch in Carlisle has been viewed millions of times on social media.
Mark Bowes, who delivers pizza in the city for a living, decided to spread the Grinch's grumpiness throughout the city centre, wearing a remarkably realistic homemade costume.
Work has started on a new £17 million museum in Cumbria, which will house some of the world's oldest boats.
Windermere Jetty, owned by Lakeland Arts, is going to display a range of vessels... some dating back to the thirteenth century.
It's expected to open in 2017.
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When funeral director John Walker died, he left instructions on how to go out in style...
John had spent more than 25 years helping bereaved families in Carlisle, but was determined that his final journey would be a memorable one for his friends and family.
Paul Crone reports:
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An exhibition remembering the forgotten shops of Hawick is rekindling lots of memories for visitors.
It celebrates shops from the early 1950s with photographs and memorabilia.
The display, at the town's museum, ends on Christmas Eve.
Some of the items are from the private collection of local historian Stuart Bouglas:
Most afternoons there's a number of people with their friends having a wee bit of argument about that was there or that wasn't there it was there, ken, it's just getting their memories jogged.
It is a job traditionally associated with 16 and 17 year olds rather than 60 and 70 year olds.
Tony Bashford who is 70 and 69-year-old Neil Baxter both have paper rounds with News at 15 on Warwick Road.
Neil has been delivering newspapers for about three years while Tony started three weeks ago.
Tony, a former engineer and insurance worker, got into it by chance: "It started by calling in for my daily paper and talking to Neil who informed me the boy who delivered the papers had left.
Half jokingly I said 'I'll do it' and they took me at my word so I ended up doing the round which I thoroughly enjoy!
Both work seven days a week. They start their round just after 6am and are finished about an hour later.
Neil told ITV Border he is used to the early starts because he used to be baker: "It keeps you fit!"
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