Is this Cumbria's loneliest dog?
Rocky the lurcher-cross was abandoned at Eden Animal Rescue Centre after he was attacked by a pack of other dogs.
He's been stuck there for nearly a year now, and staff say he is showing signs of stress.
They're hoping someone gives him a home, but it's important that Rocky ends up in the right kind of environment.
He's not easy to re-home because of his reaction to other dogs after the incident with the pack setting on him, and he's also scared of young children as well - his reaction is to growl and bark.
People in Appleby are being asked for their views on this year's Horse Fair.
Cumbria County Council is holding a meeting at the town's Public Hall tonight.
Residents are invited to make suggestions on what went well and where policing and traffic management improvements could be made next year.
Harry is in the running for the Outstanding Rescue Cat award, after supporting his owner through a failed kidney transplant.Read the full story ›
Police were called to reports of a hedgehog being kicked, stamped on, thrown and poked with a stick by a group of five young people at Stainton Gardens in Etterby, at around 8.45pm last night.
The youths are described to be around 18-years-old.
Police want to speak to anyone who may be able to help identify the offenders. Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A couple in Galashiels have nominated their cat for the 'Outstanding Rescue Award' as part of Cat Protection's National Cat awards.
Owners George and Heather credit cat Harry with comforting them when George was going through dialysis treatment.
One horse was killed and another seriously injured in what police called a 'brutal attack' in Haltwhistle.Read the full story ›
Twelve Marsh Fritillary butterflies have been found near Bowness on Solway by the RSPB. The species faced extinction in 2004.Read the full story ›
A ruined castle in Dumfries and Galloway has been closed to visitors after a nesting pair of peregrine falcons were found.
Threave Castle and it's surrounding grounds were damaged by December's flooding and it had to close for repairs.
Our reporter, Lori Carnochan, caught a glimpse of the nesting pair who have taken control of the castle:
A pair of nesting peregrine falcons have forced a tourist attraction in Dumfries and Galloway to close.
Repair work is still needed at Threave Castle following the December floods, but the work has had to be halted until the protected birds and their chicks flee the nest.
Royal Mail has apologised after people in Maryport didn't get their post because of "swooping seagull attacks".Read the full story ›