In today's headlines from around the Border region - the Cumbria Flood Action Plan is published, Jamie Reed calls for Jeremy Corbyn to resign and Penrith pupils commemorate the Battle of the Somme.
South Lakes MP, Tim Farron, has called for action following the release of the government's Cumbria Flood Action Plan earlier today.Read the full story ›
Cumbrian fell runner, Ricky Lightfoot, has become an internet hero after rescuing a stranded lamb from a ledge on Great Gable.
Ricky heard a distressed noise carried in the wind while he was running, so he followed the noise and finally found a lost lamb calling for help.
He published this video from his head-cam, which shows him scrambling down a crag on the fell and carrying the lamb to safety.
You can watch the heart warming rescue here:
The plan shows how £72million of government funding will be used to reduce the flood risk to 4,300 homes across Cumbria.Read the full story ›
Jamie Reed MP has sent a letter to Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, calling for his resignation. You can read the full letter here.Read the full story ›
There are fears that the Cumberland Sausage could lose it's protected status, now that Britain has voted to leave the EU.
The Cumbria delicacy is protected under European laws that prevent anyone from using the name unless the product is made in the county following a strict recipe.
A delegation supporting services at the West Cumberland Hospital met with the Health Minister in Westminster today.Read the full story ›
In today's headlines from around the Border region - a Workington flood action group claim 'lives could have put at risk' by the four-hour flood alert delay, world number one showjumper Scott Brash is out of the Rio Olympics and an 11-year-old student from Cumbria has been crowned the National Top Trumps Champion:
At a flood forum meeting in Workington, group claims 'lives could have been put at risk' by a four-hour delay in flood warnings.Read the full story ›
Following Friday's vote to leave the European Union, businesses in the region are worried about how their export market will be affected.
Our reporter, Fiona Marley Paterson, went to meet one company in South Cumbria, who say they could lose a £700,00 deal: