Five years ago Sally Roythorne and Rob Plevin were attacked by a guest at their house-warming party.
Following life-saving surgery they turned to meditation, and say they're happier now than they were before the attack.
Hannah McNulty went to meet them.
Sally and Rob say the unprovoked attack brought them to their senses... and they're happier now than they were before.Read the full story ›
Sally Roythorne and Rob Plevin were stabbed multiple times by a friend at their housewarming party. They say meditation has helped them.Read the full story ›
The A689 is closed due to snow between A69 and A686 at Brampton.
A top judge has slammed a Cumbrian businessman who still hasn't paid his fine for damaging ancient Cumbrian woodland.Read the full story ›
It's something that affects thousands of people every year and now patients in our region will be among the first in the country to benefit from a new treatment to reduce the risk of strokes.
It's a small device implanted into the heart to stop blood clots.
Stan Rogers from Brampton in Cumbria is one of the first people in the country to benefit from the treatment, which is an alternative to blood thinning drugs. Lucy Taylor reports.
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A pioneering scheme to get people out of their houses and onto the buses has been launched in Cumbria. It involves a team of volunteer 'bus buddies' who accompany passengers, and help them navigate routes and timetables.
For some it's about getting their independence back after losing their driving licence due to ill health. For others, it's simply about having a friend to travel with.
Katie Oakes joined them on the bus to Carlisle.
A pioneering scheme to help people who use buses in rural areas has been launched in Brampton in Cumbria.
The team of volunteer 'bus buddies' want to help people who may be using public transport for the first time, or are nervous about navigating the routes and timetables.
David Shepherd started the initiative last week after seeing the success of a similar scheme in Clitheroe in East Lancashire.
"It's about getting people out of their houses and giving them their independence back. We hope to help people who will then team up and help each other to get into town and further afield."
Rain and wind in Cumbria caused train disruption on the Newcastle-Carlisle and Carlisle-Whitehaven lines and flooding near the river Lyne.Read the full story ›
A mudslide in Cumbria has stopped all train services between Newcastle and Carlisle.
Network Rail workers are currently on-site trying to pump mud and slurry off the tracks.
Despite earlier indications that the line would re-open at 12, Network Rail said they are doing "everything they can" but could not confirm a time for the service to return to normal.
Replacement bus services are in place.