Find advice and help about domestic abuse towards men.
10-year-old Dan Newton has a rare dairy allergy and has written a dairy-free cookbook. These are a few of his favourite recipes.
From September Cumbrian schools will have an extra £1.15m to make sure all 4-7 year olds get free school meals.
A report, by Dr Elizabath Bates from the University of Cumbria, suggests that women are more aggressive than men in relationships.
A questionnaire was given to 1104 students and asked about physical aggression and controlling behaviours to partners and same-sex others, including friends.
She found that women were more likely to be physically aggressive to their partners than men and men are more likely to be physically aggressive to other men. It was also found that women display more controlling behaviour than males.
This suggests that more work may need to be done to reduce violence towards men. It further suggests that more research into the causes of aggression towards a partner is needed.
Cumbria's school games are being held today in Carlisle.
The annual competition draws primary and secondary school children from across the county to compete in a range of activities. The Government's Sports Minister, Helen Grant, who is from Carlisle, will be there for the opening.
A lecturer at the University of Cumbria has written a controversial report suggesting that women are more aggressive than men in relationships.
Dr Elizabeth Bates published findings based on interviews with more than a thousand students and says she hopes her study raises the issue of domestic violence against men and sees it taken more seriously.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said he hopes a new fund announced by the Department of Education to help children from disadvantaged families will "help our youngest children get on in life."
“Every child in Cumbria deserves the chance to fulfil their potential, and this extra funding is a boost to help our youngest children get on in life and succeed.
“Boys and girls from poorer families have often already fallen nineteen months behind their better off classmates by the time they hang up their coat on the first day of school. Increasing their chances of success has got to be a top priority.”
The Department for Education has today announced that three and four year olds from low income families will benefit from a new £50 million fund aimed at preventing them from falling behind before they have even started school.
Nearly 1,000 children in Cumbria could benefit from the new Early Years Pupil Premium, which is estimated to be worth around £300 per pupil.
This would mean that Cumbria will receive more than £286,000 in additional funding.
Four US students are arriving in Cumbria to take part in an international exchange programme set up by global nuclear organisations.
The undergraduates will spend the summer gaining hands-on experience at Sellafield and the Low Level Waste Repository.
Students from West Cumbria will also be travelling to the Savannah River nuclear Site in the USA next month.
A dietician from the Royal Victoria Infirmary has offered advice regarding milk intolerance and milk allergies.
Dan Newton, a 10-year-old from Cumbria, is allergic to milk and has written a dairy free cookbook.
Sandra Adams explains his condition:
Read about Dan Newton here.
Children from the south-west of Scotland have been learning all about marine life as part of a Nith Catchment Fisheries Trust project.
Around 30 children from Kelloholm primary school spent the day at Sandyhills beach on the Solway Coast, where they visited a commercial fishery.
Dan Newton was diagnosed with a rare dairy allergy when he was just six days old and, to try and turn his allergy into a positive learning experience, his teachers have helped him write and publish his very own dairy-free cookbook.
Amy Dunsmuir went to meet him at the book's official launch.