10:23 pm, Fri 15 Nov 2013
A child has been injured in a road accident on the A689 between Alston and Nenthead in Cumbria. However, police have issued a statement saying that although the child is being treated in hospital, his or her injuries are not as serious as officers initially thought.
The road has now been reopened.
5:17 pm, Fri 15 Nov 2013
The A689 is closed between Alston and Nenthead due to a serious accident.
Diversions are in place on the Blaghill Road, B6294 from Nenthall on the A689 to A686 the Junction at Clarghill Hall.
Motorists are asked to avoid the area and use alternative routes.
6:30 pm, Wed 13 Nov 2013
Alston Moor's "big ideas"
From tours through historic mines, to local beekeeping, people of Alston in Cumbria are being encouraged to come up with ideas to promote the town.
The Alston Moor Partnership has spent the day offering advice about funding and marketing to businesses and individuals who think their plan could make a difference to the area.
Katie Hunter reports.
5:19 pm, Wed 13 Nov 2013
Alston Moor's "big ideas"
Community leaders in Alston are encouraging locals to share their "big ideas" to help breath new life into the area.
The Alston Moor Partnership (AMP) is offering advice on funding and marketing to people or businesses with fresh ideas.
Plans are already underway to bring the Nenthead Mines back to life as a tourist attraction, as well as promoting more festivals in the area.
"If we can get some of these ideas off the ground, it'll make a real difference here and we can have a nice vibrant town centre."
– Sonia Kempsey, chair of the AMP
5:45 pm, Wed 14 Aug 2013
It is an extremely distressing and scary experience for any family when a relative has a stroke - but even more so if you live miles away from hospital.
A new ground-breaking web treatment is being trialled in parts of our region that gives people the chance to do speech therapy sessions on a more regular basis, and all without leaving the comfort of their own home.
Finola Miles has been to see one of the families taking part.
Watch her full report below.
4:55 pm, Thu 06 Jun 2013
A retired builder in Cumbria really means it when he says "no job is too small!"
Lowson Robinson has created three miniature villages from stone in his garden in Nenthead near Alston.
He has been building the scaled down houses, churches and stately homes for thirteen years taking photographs and making sketches of buildings that appeal to him wherever he goes.
Kim Inglis reports:
6:42 pm, Wed 23 Jan 2013
The bad weather has caused all sorts of problems - school closures, icy roads and transport delays ...
However, there is one group of people making the most of the snow. Skiiers and snowboarders have been flocking to the Pennines. John Bevir put on his ski boots and went to join them.
You can watch his full report below.
4:59 pm, Wed 23 Jan 2013
It is not only the ski centre at Yad Moss benefiting from the recent snowfall, as other local businesses have been turning a profit too.
Dave Simpson, who runs a local adventure and training centre has also been kept busy:
4:56 pm, Wed 23 Jan 2013
The ski-lift overlooking the slopes at Yad Moss, near Penrith
Credit: ITV Border
The bad weather has caused all sorts of problems across the region in the past few days, with school closures and transport delays.
However, there is one group of people making the most of the snow.
Skiers and snowboarders have been flocking to the Pennines to enjoy a day on the piste at Yad Moss ski centre.
9:43 am, Wed 23 Jan 2013
The heavy snowfall has caused travel disruptions and school closures across the region, but many people have been taking advantage of the cold snap.
Around 70 keen skiers have been visiting the ski centre in Alston, Cumbria on a daily basis since the snow arrived.
The centre offers eight runs and has been operated by volunteers for nearly 40 years.