Students from Lanercost Primary have taken part in a World War II evacuation reenactment day. They dressed in full evacuation outfits with gas masks, travelling on the train from Carlisle to Langwathby, to experience what it was like to live during the war:
A new sports hall costing more than £1million has opened at a school in Workington. The area's MP visited along with para athlete Simon Lawson for its official opening. Our reporter Graham Stothard was there:
The MP for Copeland is encouraging young jobseekers to attend the first Copeland Skills Fair in west Cumbria.Read the full story ›
150 nursing apprentices could be coming to north-west England, following a successful bid by the University of Cumbria.Read the full story ›
Plans to close three rural primary schools in Dumfries and Galloway have been paused, following significant opposition.Read the full story ›
A consultation on whether Garlieston, Ae and Kirkbean schools should be closed, has reached its deadline.Read the full story ›
A service to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the University of Cumbria is being held at Carlisle Cathedral today.
More than 32,000 students based in Carlisle, Ambleside and Lancaster have graduated since the university formed in 2007.
Pupils from Australia have travelled to Dumfries to compete in the region's first Mini da Vinci Challenge.Read the full story ›
More than 1,500 students have arrived at the University of Cumbria during Freshers' Week. If you're one of the 1,500 students adjusting to student life this freshers week - here's a little survival guide from second-year student and freshers mentor, Laura:
A Cumbrian headteacher says the county's school children are being let down because of budget cuts.
Clem Coady, who's also Cumbrian President of the National Association of Head Teachers, says several schools in the county are facing budget pressures.
The government says it's spending an extra £1.3 billion on education and Cumbria will benefit from a new funding formula being introduced in 2019.