About 103,000 people suffer from heart attacks in the UK each year. But would you know what to do if someone you know was having one?
Some interesting facts on the Cumbrian joiners who are downing their tools after more than 50 years in the business.
The number of red squirrels in Cumbria have risen for the third year in a row, according to a new survey.
The People's Millions is back and this year we've got another four big cheques worth up to £50,000 each to give away in Cumbria and Southern Scotland.
This year we are looking for applications from a whole range of organisations or community-based projects that will improve the lives of people in the local community.
You could be a Voluntary or Community Organisation, a School, a Health Body, a branch of an Organisation or a Partnership.
You could be a Voluntary or Community Organisation, a School, a Local Authority, a Health Body, a branch of an Organisation or a Partnership.
You can enter any time between now and noon on May 16th by visiting The People's Millions website or calling 0845 0 10 11 12.
Each call to the application line costs up to a maximum of 3p per minute plus an additional 14p set up fee from a BT residential landline. Calls from other networks may be higher and from mobiles will be considerably more.
Entrants must be 18 or over. Lines close on Monday 16th May 2014 at midday. Calls made after the closing time will not be counted but may still be charged.
An investigation is underway into the impact of the government's welfare reforms in Cumbria. The Bishop of Carlisle is chairing a commission looking into the issue. It's been taking evidence from a charity that helps homeless people in Kendal. Tim Backshall reports
An environmentalist who claims that sheep are destroying the Lake District fells has been meeting the Cumbrian farmers, he says are to blame.
George Monbiot is well known nationally as an outspoken critic of farming practices but he agreed to meet farmers near Penrith to discuss what can be done to protect the landscape.
Fiona Marley-Paterson was there to see what happened.
The Bishop of Carlisle is visiting the homeless charity, Manna House, in Kendal to hear evidence about how the government's welfare reforms are affecting some of the most vulnerable in society.
He's leading a commission looking into the issue around Cumbria.
Over the next few weeks it will visit a number of charities, community groups and individuals.
A number of the people who go to Manna House for help and advice have told ITV Border that the government's welfare changes are affecting them badly.
The Commission has been established at the request of the Cumbria Leaders Board. Evidence from charities, community organisations and individuals will be collected over the coming months.
Bishop James, who is the Church of England's lead bishop on healthcare, said:
– The Rt Rev'd James Newcome
This is a vitally important body of work and one which I'm sure will demonstrate directly the frontline impact of welfare reforms.
It's our Christian duty to ensure all in society are cared for and protected and that any reforms do not unfairly penalise people.
I would urge anyone who has concerns to register those with the Commission through the proper channels. This will allow us to feed back to the relevant authorities all of our findings."
As part of the Commission's schedule four special hearings are to take place across Cumbria to enable people to give evidence.
Record numbers of livestock entries are expected at the UK Borderway Dairy Expo in Cumbria, which is in its third year. Organisers of the event said 6,000 people would attend, including delegates from as far afield as Pakistan and India, with judges from Holland, Canada and the USA.
Penrith rally driver Paul Bird is leading the Malcolm Wilson Rally at the halfway stage.He is currently 19 seconds ahead of Dumfries driver David Bogie. The top seed for the rally, Euan Thorburn from Duns, is a further 20 seconds behind after suffering from mechanical problems.
The rally crews are now in service and will then head our to do another four stages around Grizedale and Greystoke this afternoon.
An environmentalist who says sheep farming wrecks the fells met with Cumbrian hill farmers.
George Monbiot wrote in his book that sheep farming is ‘a slow-burning ecological disaster’ that ‘has done more damage to the living systems of this country than either climate change or industrial pollution'.
He met the Cumbria Commoners and Cumbria Young Commoners in Newton Rigg but they disagreed with his findings.
Thousands of staff and volunteers are beginning training for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
15,000 'clyde-siders' including many from Cumbria and Southern Scotland are volunteering at the Games.
The first step of their training begins over this weekend at one of Scotland's biggest mass orientation events and they will also get a first glimpse of their uniforms at the Emirates Arena.