A Workington hat shop owner has won the top enterprise award from a West Cumbrian business developer
The Confederation for British Industry said it supports Scotland staying in the UK because the proposals for independence "lack clarity".
Judge quashes the latest planning permission for a new freight storage and distribution facility at the airport.
The south of Scotland is home to the oldest post office in the world.
However the currents owners of Sanquhar Post Office are ready to move on and could shut-up shop if a new buyer isn't found.
The people in the town are desperate to hold on to this piece of their history. Lori Carnochan reports.
The organisation set up to promote and protect one of Cumbria's biggest tourist attractions is to close.
Money problems at the Hadrian's Wall Trust now mean it will be shut down within six months. The closure has been detailed in a letter to stakeholders of the group by its chief executive.
Only two years after starting her hat and fascinator outlet in Workington, Norah Alderson of Cherry Tree Fashions won the overall prize for enterprise from the development agency, Britain's Energy Coast.
She has expanded into a shop in the town and now employs an apprentice to help make her fashion items. Other winners at the event included West Coast Fish Ltd from Workington, winners of the overall WiSE Award for 2014.
Newton Rigg students describe college life
Will Horsley and Natalie Errington are both from farming families and are students at Newton Rigg College.
They are learning new techniques and skills to take back to their farms once their courses are finished.
Our reporter Lori Carnochan joined almost four hundred guests at the opening of the new dairy unit at Newton Rigg college.
The shores of Ullswater were the venue for the start of English Tourism Week, which aims to show that the Lakes are open to everyone regardless of their ability or disability. Penrith and the Border MP Rory Stewart has given his backing to the venture.
The new unit at Newton Rigg is made up of two buildings. One to house the cows and the other for the milking parlour itself.
The new facility will allow students at the college to train using top of the range equipment.
Hundreds of people turned out to see the opening of the new parlour. It gives Newton Rigg the ability to offer tudents a much better insight into the realities of Dairy farming.
Lord Curry of Kirkharle, the Bishop of Carlisle, representatives from the farming industry and college dignitaries were among four hundred guests welcomed to Newton Rigg's Penrith campus to celebrate the new Dairy Unit's official opening.
The herd was wiped out in 2001 and has since been built back up to 151 cows and heifers. The new dairy unit will enable Newton Rigg students to learn the dairy trade in a state of the art facility.