Health warnings have been issued in parts of the UK as air pollution is forecast to hit "high" or "very high" levels today.
A breakfast club in Carlisle which helps addicts and recovering addicts could be forced to close because of a cash shortage.
Dumfries and Galloway man says turbine application is 'making cancer worse'
The Norovirus outbreak in continuing to affect wards in Borders General Hospital and Haylodge Hospital in Peebles.
Ward 10 in Borders General Hospital remains closed. The Border Stroke unit and Wards 4 and 7 each have one bay closed also.
Haylodge Hospital in Peebles has reopened today with two bays remaining closed.
Visiting continues to be discouraged and and the general advice is to stay away from the hospital if you or anyone in your family has experienced symptoms of diarrhoea and/or vomiting in the past 48 hours.
This advice applies especially to children.
Friends and family of patients in all wards are asked to limit their visits to no more than 2 at any one time.
Outpatient appointments remain unaffected.
The recent trend of women posting pictures of themselves without make-up has raised more than £8million for cancer charities. But, it hasn't been without controversy.
Some commentators have questioned the origin of the idea, others the motives of those taking part. But for one vicar from Carlisle the reasons were very personal and the money raised justification enough for taking part.
Pam and Gregg were joined in the studio by The Reverend Sue Wicks and also by Dr Sarah Hazell from Cancer Research UK in London.
To find out more about breast cancer you can visit the Cancer Research UK website.
A vicar who survived breast cancer has backed the #nomakeupselfie trend, which has raised over £8 million so far for Cancer Research.
Sue Wicks, who was diagnosed aged 41, has taken two selfies to help raise awareness on an issue which she has been personally affected by.
Lack of funding could result in the closure of GP surgeries in rural areas.
Westmorland and Lonsdale MP Tim Farron has called for a special fund to be set up to support GPs' surgeries in isolated rural areas, including parts of the Lake District.
Due to an income guarantee scheme being withdrawn, Mr Farron said that surgeries in Coniston and Hawkshead could be at risk of closure.
Cumbria County Council's Fire and rescue service are urging people to check their smoke alarms as the clocks change for the start of British Summer Time.
People are encouraged to test their smoke alarm when changing their clocks, which go forward an hour on Sunday morning.
Three consultants have recently resigned from the West Cumberland Hospital.
As a result three of the hospital's trainee junior doctors have been forced to move elsewhere because there isn't enough support for them.
Earlier Pam Royle spoke to Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed.
There are serious implications of a shortfall of doctors at a Cumbria hospital.
Three trainees have been removed from their positions at the West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven because there aren't enough senior clinicians to support them.
Politicians and campaigners say the loss of junior doctors is "very serious". North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust says it's doing everything possible to plug the gaps and improve long-term recruitment.
Katie Hunter reports.
Three trainee junior doctors have been removed from the West Cumberland Hospital because of a shortage of senior medical staff to support them.
The North Cumbria Trust is currently struggling to fill 50 consultant posts.
Three trainee junior doctors remain on site at Whitehaven but they may also have to leave in August if the hospital can't find suitable supervision.