Giles Deacon, who was raised in the Lake District, has been called a fashion 'genius'.Read the full story ›
A family recipe has secured a Dumfries butcher the Scottish haggis champion title for 2017.Read the full story ›
An unsuspecting driver was cruising through the Dumfries and Galloway countryside, when he saw an otter in the road.
Rory MacPherson jumped out of his car, near to Eskdalemuir, to take a closer look and check it wasn't injured.
Little did he know how fast he'd be running back to his car...
A group of fundraisers, known as the 'Beijing Biddies', will cross the finish line in Carlisle this morning after their latest driving challenge.
They have travelled more than 1,000 miles around Britain in 14 days, driving tuk-tuk vehicles.
The women, who have completed a series of driving challenges across the world, are raising money for cancer charities.
An exotic animal is settling into her new home at the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis in south Cumbria:
Onlookers lined up this morning to watch a £40million super yacht belonging to Russia's richest man leave Whitehaven harbour.
Lady M had been berthed in the town since Sunday evening for a mystery visit to west Cumbria.
The vessel is owned by 51-year-old steel magnate Alexei Mordashov who has an estimated fortune of nearly £13billion and is a close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
South of Scotland MSP Emma Harper and her border collie Maya have taken the biscuit in the first-ever Holyrood dog of the year contest.Read the full story ›
A Russian billionaire's yacht has sailed into west Cumbria.
The £40million vessel Lady M, which is owned by Russia's richest man Alexei Mordashov, is berthed in Whitehaven.
Mr Mordashov is a 51-year-old steel magnate with an estimated fortune of nearly £13billion and is a friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Cumbrian TV star Helen Skelton has said the birth of her second child came as such a surprise that the fire brigade came to her aid.Read the full story ›
If you're planning a road trip around Britain, then a reliable vehicle is pretty vital.
In the case of one man from Carlisle, his car is very pretty but at 90 years of age, it often needs a lot of TLC.
Despite that, Andrew McKay is determined to drive his beloved 'Happy Henry' over 800 miles this summer.
Our reporter, Kate Walby, has been to meet the pair to find out why they're embarking on this long journey together: