National Grid is set to announce the route for running high voltage cables across Cumbria.
It will connect the proposed new nuclear power station at Moorside to the electricity network.
The plans are set to be unveiled at eleven o'clock this morning.
Tootoot is an anti-bullying app that gives school pupils anonymity when reporting incidents.
It's been designed to counteract the modern trend of cyber bullying, and Michael Brennan, who founded it, was bullied himself as a youngster.
Greg Hoare has this report:
If you are worried about bullying, or have been affected by the issues in tonight's ITV Border Lookaround, you can get help and advice at the links below:
- Tootoot - the anti-bullying mobile app developed by a man from the Borders. It's being used by schools across the UK
- Childline - free helpline, as well as online support
- Bullying UK - confidential helpline, and online resources including posters and a message board
- Young Minds - information and advice about the different forms of bullying
School pupils can use Tootoot to report bullying anonymously. The app's already being used by 50 schools, around the UK.Read the full story ›
A new scanner worth nearly £1 million has been installed at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.Read the full story ›
Firefighters based at Dumfries and Moffat can now respond to emergencies in two brand new vehicles with state-of-the-art technology.Read the full story ›
A public inquiry is to be held into proposals for an 18-turbine wind farm near Eddleston in the Borders.
Cloich Wind Farm LLP say the development will provide enough energy for 30,000 homes.
Scottish Borders Council has opposed the plans, claiming they would cause unacceptable harm to the landscape.
Anti nuclear campaigners have spent the day protesting against plans for a new power station in West Cumbria. The proposals by NuGen went on display this morning. Over the next ten weeks, members of the public will have the chance to have their say. Kate Walby reports.
Anti nuclear campaigners are to hold a protest this lunchtime on the opening day of 10 weeks of consultation over plans for a new power station in Cumbria.
Members of Radiation Free Lakeland (RFL) will gather outside Whitehaven Civic Hall where the plans for the project at Moorside near Sellafield, are on display.
NuGen, the company behind the scheme, says it's very keen to hear the public's views and is encouraging people to have their say.
This weekend a consultation into the building of a £10 billion nuclear power plant in West Cumbria gets underway.
It could bring 21,000 jobs to the region, but anti-nuclear campaigners are protesting against the plans.
Watch Samantha Parker's full report: