Two lifeboats help vessel after it had listed in harbourRead the full story ›
A new £2.1m lifeboat has been announced for Eyemouth Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Lifeboat Station.Read the full story ›
The RNLI are urging people to float and not thrash if they land in water unexpectedly.Read the full story ›
Stranraer's RNLI volunteers have rescued a dog that was trapped beneath the town's pier.
They were called just after 5pm yesterday afternoon to help the frightened pet, called Storm, which was stuck on a set of steps below the pier.
The lifeboat was not needed, but two team members donned their drysuits, lifejackets and helmets, and descended the pier ladder to rescue the dog.
They managed to clip on its lead, and coax it into the water, where Storm swam with the volunteers back to the pier ladder and was reunited with its owners, who later took to Facebook to voice their gratitude.
Thank you so much for rescuing my dog!! It's good to know you were able to help. Thank you from Storm who is none the worse for his ordeal.
A kayaker who got lost yesterday evening died after being discovered by RNLI lifeboatsRead the full story ›
A new £2 million RNLI lifeboat has arrived in Workington, and volunteers are confident the vessel, which is 50 per cent faster than its predecessor, will save lives.
The new £2m boat is 50% faster than the old one, and volunteers hope it'll help them save lives off the coast of Cumbria.Read the full story ›
Eyemouth's RNLI lifeboat team had to contend with stomach-churning waves during a training exercise this weekend.
The video was posted on the RNLI Twitter page.
People across Cumbria and the south of Scotland are being urged to join the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
The RNLI is launching a recruitment drive for volunteer crew members and fundraisers.
They will join teams at lifeboat stations in Silloth, St Bees, Workington, Kippford and Kirkcudbright, and the charity will provide full training.
Watch Kim Inglis' full report here:
A 65-year-old woman fell and broke her leg after slipping down cliffs near St Abbs on Wednesday afternoon.
Due to the difficult location of the casualty, just south of Horsecastle Bay, both Eyemouth RNLI lifeboats were called out.
They joined police and paramedics who were already on the scene, before assisting the woman back to shore.
She was then transferred to an ambulance and taken to hospital.