An historic Grade 1-listed building, which was home to the Bishops of Carlisle for 800 years, is to re-open as an international centre for peace and reconciliation.
Rose Castle near Dalston, which has been empty since 2009, has been bought by The Rose Castle Foundation, which is a charitable organisation.
Hundreds of balloons have been released in Dalston to raise awareness of moyamoya, which affects just one in one million people.Read the full story ›
A veterinary practice in Cumbria is one of the first to offer free weight management sessions - here are some of the podgy pets getting involved:
A Cumbrian vets has become one of the first in the country to offer an accredited weight management centre.Read the full story ›
Watch Paul Crone's full report on the UClip - invented by Caldew School pupils to help people listen to music while exercising.
A group of students from Caldew School have designed a new type of sports headphones.Read the full story ›
An 18-month-old baby boy has been run over in Cumbria.
The baby sustained serious leg, pelvic and abdominal injuries during the incident which happened yesterday, Monday 18 August, in the car park of Lime House School in Dalston.
Paramedics from the North West Ambulance Service were called to the scene.
The child was flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle for specialist care. The circumstances of the incident are not yet clear.
Nestle is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its plant in Cumbria.
The factory in Dalston specialises in dairy products such as condensed and powered milk as well as coffee.