An historic pub that was once the haunt of Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott has been saved after locals raised 160 thousand pounds to buy it.
The Crook Inn at Tweedsmuir was at risk of falling down after it closed in 2006, now there are plans to turn it into a community hub.
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The tabloid, launched in June, aimed to give readers a national newspaper with a northern slant. The last edition will be Friday July 29.
Crews use chainsaws and winches to remove fallen trees and debris that are currently clogging the middle of the River Petrill in Carlisle.
The rare 1901 edition of The Tale of Peter Rabbit will go under the hammer to mark the 150th anniversary of the author's birth.