There were calls for more money to be spent on flood defences at a public meeting last night.Read the full story ›
Keswick's flood-hit residents are being invited to view and discuss a report on options for preventing future flooding in the town.Read the full story ›
Residents in Keswick who were affected by flooding will attend a public meeting tonight.
The event at Greta Gardens is a chance for people to give their views on a report into the Storm Desmond floods in the town and possible options to help prevent future flooding.
Keswick Jazz Festival is celebrating its silver jubilee this weekend, but organisers fear shrinking audiences could threaten its future.Read the full story ›
The 25th Keswick Jazz Festival begins today, and will run until the end of the weekend.
The music festival will see top bands bringing the New Orleans sound to the Lake District.
You can see the full schedule here.
This 25th festival line-up is the most exciting ever. As well as many of the festival favourites there are many new faces of all ages, from near and far; exciting young musicians, seasoned professionals and international stars, all sharing the same stages.
There will be more women performing this year than ever before, a refreshing variety of styles of bands, and a number of interesting new musical combinations formed especially for the festival.
The A591 had been closed since large parts of it were destroyed by Storm Desmond in December. It re-opened today, three weeks early.Read the full story ›
Work is underway to repair Keswick's flood defences, after they were damaged during December's storms.Read the full story ›
More than 1,000 people have signed a petition against changes to Keswick's community hospital.
They're concerned by suggestions the number of beds available to patients could be reduced and are planning to raise their concerns with Cumbria's NHS Success Regime at a public meeting today.
Two Cumbrian climbers who were trapped by the earthquake that struck Nepal one year ago, have returned to Mount Everest.
Chris Harling and Tim Mosedale were on the mountain on 25 April 2015, when the earthquake triggered an avalanche, killing 12 people.
Both are currently back on Everest and hope to get to the summit next month.
It's in his blood. We can't tell him not to go, he wants to do it. Two of his clients, this year, it's their third time with Tim so they're determined to try and summit as well.
Today marks one year since a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. Find out what people in the Border region are doing to help.Read the full story ›