People in Cumbria are being urged to stand up against violence.
Today is White Ribbon Day - an international event raising awareness of the abuse of women across the world.
Cumbria Police is marking it by encouraging victims and witnesses to come forward.
DCI Doug Marshall is from Cumbria Police:
A report has been issued following an unannounced inspection at the Borders General Hospital. It has passed all seven requirements.Read the full story ›
People in Cumbria are being urged to stand up against violence towards women.
Today is White Ribbon Day - an international event raising awareness of the abuse of women across the world and Cumbria Police is marking the day by encouraging victims and witnesses to come forward.
Bright and breezy during the morning with spells of sunshine.
Becoming cloudy during the afternoon with outbreaks of rain.
Cloudy with further patchy rain overnight and winds easing.
Maximum Temperature 10°C.
The Chancellor will present his Autumn Statement and Spending Review to the House of Commons on Wednesday.Read the full story ›
A look ahead at the forecast for the Border region.Read the full story ›
A Borders village lifeboat which was withdrawn earlier this year to cut costs is set to take to the water again thanks to Tunnocks teacakes.
The people of St Abbs set out to raise half a million pounds for an independent lifeboat after the RNLI withdrew its vessel in September.
But Thomas Tunnock and Sons have now stepped in with a £250,000 donation to fund a new boat, to be named after the firm.
The boat is expected to be in service next year.