A dairy farm in Dumfries and Galloway which sells milk directly to customers rather than supermarkets is holding an open day.
Roan's Dairy, in Dalbeattie, is staging the event to show consumers how they produce milk and operate their business.
Borderers are being asked to give their views on the region’s current waste services to help shape future provision.Read the full story ›
More than 600 people have signed a petition opposing government cuts that could lead to the closure of a Cockermouth pharmacy.
JWW Allison say the planned £170million reduction in NHS funding for community pharmacies puts its future at risk.
The petition is part of a national campaign organised by the National Pharmacy Association calling on people to sign petitions and appeal to their MPs for support.
In a letter to the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee outlining the cuts, the Department of Health argued savings can be made without reducing the quality of service community pharmacies provide.
But the National Pharmacy Association say the proposals are 'jumbled and misguided' and will put more pressure on GPs.
"With the radical cuts proposed to community pharmacy funding by the Government, the public will be rightly concerned about the future availability of the services upon which they have come to depend.
"The petition provides the perfect opportunity to give a voice to these concerns and push back against these harmful and dangerous cuts."
Insurance companies say they'll work with sports clubs in Carlisle to try to provide cover after the floods.
Several clubs in Carlisle fear they may not be able to get any flood insurance in the future.
Carlisle Rugby and Squash clubs, and Chatsworth Tennis Club, were all badly flooded in December 2015, having previously been flooded ten years earlier.
Insurers are acutely aware that sports clubs need insurance to continue to survive and will work with them to, wherever possible, ensure that they can continue to offer not just flooding insurance but flooding insurance at premiums that their customers can actually afford."
Businesses in Keswick have gathered almost 4,000 signatures on a petition asking Allerdale Borough Council not to raise car parking charges.Read the full story ›
Businesses in Keswick have gathered almost 4,000 signatures on a petition asking Allerdale Borough Council not to raise car parking charges.
The council has proposed lowering charges in places like Maryport and raising them in Keswick, to make £3.5million worth of savings and to encourage more people to use long-stay car parks.
Carlisle's Tesco superstore reopens today after being closed following last December's floods.
Everything inside the store is brand new after the flood water destroyed everything in its path.
The store's 400 staff had been redistributed but are now back in the city.
To just get the store back and the community, customers to be coming in and shopping would be great. For the colleagues themselves to have been out over the last seven and a half weeks all over the county, working in various stores, they just want to have a home back.
Electricity North West is facing criticism from customers who won't receive compensation despite suffering power cuts during Storm Desmond.
The company has received 22,000 compensation applications but say the exceptional weather circumstances mean they're not required to pay out.
An annual town centre study has recorded a six per cent increase in average weekly footfall across eight main Borders towns in 2015.Read the full story ›
Despite the floods only a few weeks ago, Carlisle proved a hit with shoppers looking to grab a New Year's bargain.Read the full story ›