A pet magpie that's become addicted to kebabs and fast food, has been rehomed in Cumbria.
Affectionately known as Paul Beak, the one year old magpie is now being weaned off human food, and being cared for by staff at the Knoxwood Wildlife Rescue Trust near Wigton. Paul's on a new diet swapping worm meal to sausage roll.
Emma Scott is from the Knoxwood Wildlife Rescue Trust:
The family of a man from Cumbria, who's been stranded in India for a year, want the UK Government to put more pressure on the Indian authorities.
An event was held in Wigton yesterday to raise money for John Armstrong, who was arrested on firearms offences while working as a security guard, protecting ships from piracy.
But his family say they're not being told enough about what is happening to try to get him home.
Neil Billingham reports.
It's a year since a Cumbrian security guard was arrested in India on suspected firearms offences.
John Armstrong, from Wigton, had been carrying out anti-piracy work on an American-owned ship and was arrested while in port in Chennai along with his colleagues.
Despite being freed from prison and the charges being dropped the authorities are challenging the decision which means he is unable to leave the country.
His family in friends in Wigton have a held a fundraiser to try to help him pay his ongoing costs in India, including hotel bills and legal fees. They packed the town's bowling club to show their support for him.
The family of Wigton man, John Armstrong, who is stranded in India after being arrested a year ago, say they're "overwhelmed" by a fundraising event to raise money for him.
Friends and family of a Cumbrian man who was arrested in India more than a year ago are raising money to support him.
John Armstrong, 27, was working as an anti-piracy security guard when he was charged with possession of arms and ammunition.
He was released on bail but has not been allowed to return to the UK.
His family says he is struggling to pay for everyday essentials like food and accommodation.
The first fundraising event is on Sunday 19 October at Wigton Bowling Club from 1pm - 4pm.
Cumbria Police are treating a fire at a farm in the Mealsgate area near Wigton as suspicious. The blaze, which started at about 6pm on Friday, is estimated to have caused £30,000 of damage. Officers are appealing for information about a small maroon Vauxhall which was seen in the area on Friday evening.
A baby red squirrel was found in a critical condition in Bassenthwaite after being separated from it's mother.
The staff at Knoxwood Wildlife Rescue Trust in Wigton have been nursing him back to health, until he is strong enough to be released back into the wild.
The family of a man from Wigton who has gone missing are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Tony Warton hasn't been seen since Friday evening. Fiona Marley Paterson has more.
A Wigton man is waiting to hear when he will finally return home after being held in India on weapons charges for nearly a year.
John Armstrong was one of several British men arrested on arms charges, while working on a ship that was protecting other vessels from pirates.
The charges against all the men were dropped but they are still waiting for the authorities to allow him to return to the UK.