Thousands of people have attended performances as part of the Lakes Alive Festival in venues across the Lake District this weekend.Read the full story ›
Cumbrian actress Roxanne Pallett has apologised to fellow contestant Ryan Thomsas for 'overreacting' to an incident that happened in the Big Brother House.
Pallett spoke on Jeremy Vine’s panel show on Channel 5 after leaving the House.
"I massively apologise to Ryan, his friends and fans and every single person who watched that," she said.
Ofcom received more than 11,000 complaints since the incident occurred.
Footage was released of the moment which showed Ryan Thomas 'playfully' punching Roxanne in the house which she later portrayed as a malicious and violent act.
Viewers accused the actress of exaggerating what they interpreted as a play-fight and said that Thomas had been treated unfairly after receiving a formal warning about his behaviour from the show.
The Carlisle-born actress rose to fame when she played Jo Stiles on ITV's Emmerdale.
The annual Carlisle Fringe Festival is underway. It features a host of events at eleven venues across the city.Read the full story ›
A choir has climbed Lake District fells to perform a musical tribute on the summits, marking 100 years since the end of World War One:
The 40-date tour begins in March next year, with the band performing at Carlisle Sands Centre on 29 April.Read the full story ›
The band said “there are no words to describe the overwhelming sadness and pain" of Hutchison's death.Read the full story ›
Calvin Harris is officially one of the highest earning celebrities in the world.Read the full story ›
A theatre production about the industrial heritage of the UK is performing in Kendal tonight.
'Launch Day' was inspired by the paintings of north-east based artist, Alexander Millar, whose work depicts the life of working class men in industrial Britain.
The show is on a national tour and has recruited ten local people to join the production, in each location.
The legendary comedian made an appearance on the Border TV programme in 1973.Read the full story ›
The Caerlaverock Wetlands Centre near Dumfries is known for its picturesque views, and rare wildlife.
But it's also home to a rather unusual event - the Puddle Jumping Championships. Children and adults are invited to come along and make a splash, in a bid to impress the judges.
Competitors get a grade of up to 100 for the height of the splash, their enthusiasm, style and technique. Have you got what it takes?