As the heatwave continues we look back at June's weather.Read the full story ›
We put one of west Cumbria's first NHS nurses, 85-year-old Ella Cullen, in a room with Vanessa Branney, who currently works in the Intensive Care Unit, and left them to chat:
After a fine evening it will stay dry with generally clear skies overnight.
However, some low cloud and mist may drift in from the east, mainly over the Pennines.
Minimum temperature 8 °C.
There is still NO rain in the forecast.Read the full story ›
The University of Glasgow first opened to students on the Crichton Campus in 1999, with the first six students graduating in 2002.Read the full story ›
There have been ceremonies and parades across the region to mark Armed Forces Day.
Two of the biggest events were held in Carlisle and Dumfries.
Generations of servicemen past, present and future marched proudly through the centre of Dumfries.
Armed Forces Day is organised as an occasion for the public to show their support for the forces.
Many local events will offer opportunities to support charities connected with the armed forces.