The UK economy has grown at the fastest rate in five years, partly because of the Olympics. But have we felt it here?
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Scottish Olympic and Paralympic medallists will be honoured at a parade in Glasgow this evening.
Our region's Olympic medal winning curlers are due to arrive back in the region. Anna Sloane and Clair Hamilton from Lockerbie and Vicki Adams from Stranraer took bronze, while Lockerbie's David Murdoch took the silver in the men's. They are due to fly back into the UK tomorrow.
An Olympic gold medallist will be in Carlisle today. Etienne Stott, who won the men's canoe doubles with his partner Tim Baillie, will visit Carlisle Mail Centre as workers gear up for their busiest period of the year.
The launch of a new sports scheme in Cumbria has been welcomed as an initiative to get more local people to stay active and get involved in sports.
Bruce Lawson from Active Cumbria says that through the scheme and local events, it will help attract as many young people as possible to keep fit and have fun.
A new project aimed at getting more people playing sport has been launched in Cumbria.
Two hundred thousand pounds of lottery money will help run the scheme which is part of the legacy of the London 2012 games. It was a promise made by Lord Coe in the wake of the Olympics, a chance for more teenagers and young adults to participate more in sport.
A butcher in the Lake District says it is too early for them to tell whether the Olympics has brought any economic benefit.
It's owner says that the second quarter was a particularly tough one, which may have helped the third quarter's figures.
Scott Brash has been giving people in his home town of Peebles in the Scottish Borders the chance to admire his medal.
He and his horse Hello Sanctos were part of the winning British showjumping team.
Scott Brash spoke to our reporter Jenny Longden.