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A major project is underway to improve the prospects for fish in a river in Dumfries and Galloway.
Work has begun to remove a weir in the Old Mill Burn near Twynholm, which will give migrating fish like salmon and trout access to a further 10 kilometres of water.
Lori Carnochan reports.
The President of the National Farmers Union is visiting Cumbria to listen to farmer's views on the UK's decision to leave the EU.
Meurig Raymond has been talking to members in Penrith and Crooklands, who says farmers face the biggest challenge to their industry in a generation.
There are moves to improve our native wildlife with a new wildflower meadow, that's blooming in one part of Cumbria.
It's thought that we've lost 97% of Britain's wildflower meadows since the Second World War.
A rescue mission is underway at Eycott Hill Nature Reserve near Penrith, and our reporter, Matthew Taylor, went to meet the volunteers at work:
A small group of Fallow deer were spotted grazing in a garden at the weekend, in the village of Minnigaff in Dumfries and Galloway.
Fallow deer were thought to be introduced by the Norman's in the 11th century and are common across the south of Scotland.
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People attending this year's Galloway Country Fair at Drumlanrig Castle are being treated to a showcase of the region's best produce.
As well as local exhibitors, day two of the show features falconry and sheepdog displays, terrier racing and horse logging.
Organisers say one of the highlights of the day is the Grant Bazin Horse Whisperer demonstration.
For many years Grant worked closely with legendry American horse whisperer Monty Roberts.
He has travelled the world helping young and troubled horses overcome all manner of behavioural issues, fears and phobias.
Around 700 cars are expected to attend the Cumbria Classic Car Show, being held at Dalemain mansion near Ullswater.
The event is organised by the Wigton Motor Club and is now in its 28th year.
For 2016 the theme is "Young Guns" to encourage younger owners to display their pride and jot, with a special class for the under 30s.
As well as the hundreds of cars on display, there will also be an action arena, autotests and trade stands.
A woman has been taken to hospital after falling on a bridleway above Ullswater.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called to the scene between Howton and Pooley Bridge after the young woman slipped and injured her back.
She was treated for back injuries before being transferred to hospital for further treatment.
A public inquiry into a proposed major wind farm in the Borders is set to get underway next week.
Greenock-based Whitelaw Brae Wind Farm Ltd. want to erect 16 turbines on a site around three kilometres from the Peeblesshire hamlet of Tweedsmuir.
Scottish Borders Council renewed its opposition to the scheme at a meeting last month.
Government planning reporters David Buylia and Claire Milne will listen to evidence from the developers as well as the objectors including Tweedsmuir Community Council and the Mountaineering Council of Scotland.
The public inquiry will get underway in Tweedsmuir Village Hall on Tuesday.
A site visit is scheduled to take place on Thursday, September 1st.