The most feared character in the hit TV series, Game of Thrones, has come to life in Cumbria as a huge embroidery goes on display.Read the full story ›
A 26-year-old woman from Carlisle is preparing to compete for title of International Forklift Driver of the Year.
Emily White was nominated by her colleague for the passion she puts into her job and for the precision of her work.
I think it's the fact that you don't know what you're going to be doing on a day to day basis, it's just if something on the forklift needs doing I'm there and I'll do it straight away so it's a bit of variation to the day."
Later this week, there's going to be a special ceremony in the Netherlands to honour a Cumbrian soldier from The Border Regiment.
Corporal Tom 'Rocky' Edgar from Carlisle died in the Battle of Arnhem in World War Two.
For more than 70 years he was buried in a mass grave. But after decades of detective work, his body was positively identified. His relatives will be at the ceremony on Wednesday to see his name finally placed on a gravestone:
Weather photographer, Paul Kingston, has won a people's choice award for his coverage of storms across Cumbria.Read the full story ›
A West Cumbrian blacksmith is in Belgium for a global project honouring the First World War fallen.
Alan Dawson from Branthwaite is taking part in the Ypres 2016 International Blacksmithing event.
Alan, and other blacksmiths and farriers from across the world, have handcrafted a field of steel poppies for a cenotaph marking the hundredth anniversary of the Battle of Ypres.
Forging stations, tools and equipment have been set up in the centre of Ypres to make the creation of the cenotaph a public event.
This weekend, the Romans are once again invading...
Around 100 Roman soldiers and townsfolk, as well as plenty of barbarians, are heading to Birdoswald Roman Fort, for a weekend of re-enactments.
Watch Matthew Taylor's full report:
Sam Allardyce will get his first big test as England manager on Sunday as the team face Slovakia in their World Cup Qualifier.
Keeping a keen eye on his performance will be all those linked to his job.
So that's Glen Hoddle, Steve Bruce... and six-year-old Carlisle schoolboy Jackson Brooks.
Hannah McNulty went to meet him.
An 11-year-old girl from Workington has been selected to attend one of the world's top ballet schools.
Sophie-Leigh Sill triumphed over thousands of dancers to land one of only 12 places at the Royal Ballet School in London.
She began dancing just three years ago:
Sophie-Leigh is very emotionally connected to the music. She doesn't dance to the music she dances with the music and that's a very very special quality that you cannot teach, you can't give a child they have to have it in their inner spirit.
A new exhibition shows how Cumbria's scenery has hardly changed in the last 80 years.
The works by Winifred Nicholson - said to be one of the most important landscape artists of the last century - are on display at the Abbot Hall Art Gallery in Kendal.
Langholm and Newcastleton are drawing up early battle-lines over which one will end up getting the new Borders Railway - if the line is eventually extended all the way to Carlisle.
Our reporter, Matthew Taylor, went to investigate the conflict in the Borders: