The White Mare in Beckermet has been named the Best Pub in Cumbria by the National Pub and Bar Awards 2016.
The pub was re-opened, following a £400,000 makeover in 2015.
The White Mare will now represent Cumbria at the national awards event in London in May.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Genesis' Mark Rutherford and world famous chef Albert Roux are among some of the names at the festival.Read the full story ›
It's been 30 years since the Chernobyl nuclear accident - the worst the world has ever seen.
As well as having a devastating impact on parts of Eastern Euope, it was also to have a long-lasting effect on this region.
For the first of our special reports, Tim Backshall has been looking at the fallout from the disaster on lives here in Cumbria:
The British Railway line between Haltwhistle and Alston closed 40 years ago, but thanks to a multi-million-pound grant, and some dedicated volunteers, trains are still powering full steam ahead along the historic route.
Our reporter, Paul Crone, went to discover the past, present and future of the much-loved railway:
A 12-year-old goalkeeper with one arm and one leg from Carlisle, could make his international debut in June on the England Amputee team.Read the full story ›
An adventurous sheepdog named Pero, has made a 240 mile journey after running away from his new home in Cockermouth to his old home in Wales.
Four-year-old Pero took 12 days to make his way back to the village of Penrhyncoch in Mid Wales.
Pero is one of 15 sheepdogs on the family farm, but was given away to a Cumbrian farmer to work alongside quad bikes. He ran away from his new home while out herding sheep and made the 240 mile journey back to Wales.
The family have decided to welcome Pero back home for good.
Wasdale Mountain Rescue team hit fundraising target after receiving a cash injection of £200,000 from the Copeland Community Fund.Read the full story ›
The British Railway line between Haltwhistle and Alston closed in 1976, but thanks to a multi-million-pound grant trains are still running.Read the full story ›
Wojtek fought and drank with the Polish army in World War Two, and then retired to Scotland.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of Shih Tzu dogs have met up in Windermere with their owners as part of the Oh Shih Tzu group, which started in Cumbria.Read the full story ›