A service has been held in Carlisle to commemorate the 70th anniversary of VE Day.
Led by the city's mayor, dignitaries and members of the public gathered outside the civic centre, where a bugler marked the start of a two-minute silence.
At the end of the short service, a union flag was raised.
A 40-year-old man has died in a house fire in Whitehaven.
Police were called to the property in King Street on Thursday evening, and the man was taken to hospital. He later died of his injuries.
A police and fire service investigation is now underway.
A Cumbrian mountaineer who was caught in an avalanche on Mount Everest says he intends to go back next year.
Tim Mosedale escaped from the mountain uninjured, but three of his team died in the disaster.
Matthew Taylor reports:
Land Girls across the country are being remembered 70 years after peace was declared in Europe.
They played a huge contribution in the fight against Germany, by providing agricultural support to the Land Army.
Paul Crone reports:
A 93-year-old World War Two veteran from the Scottish Borders has been remembering the day he was told the war was over whilst he was posted in Germany.
Adam Kelly, from Galashiels, was a driver for the 51st Highland division.
Jenny Longden's been to hear a soldier's memories of VE Day 70 years on:
Friends have been paying tribute to a Dumfries man who died at the weekend.
Ryan McHenry became an internet sensation after putting up a series of six second comedy snippets about Hollywood actor Ryan Gosling online.
Ryan Gosling then responded by posting a tribute of his own.
Fiona McIlwraith has this report.
Major Joss Mark lost many friends and comrades in the days leading up to the German surrender.
He never celebrated VE day, as he remembered all of the soldiers who'd been only a few hours away from safety. He remembers a war that was meant to end all wars, but says "there's only been one day of peace in 70 years."
Ryan Dollard has been to meet him:
Experienced Cumbrian mountaineer Tim Mosedale had a lucky escape after surviving the Nepal earthquake.
He's now returned home to his family in Keswick, but he's already made plans to return to Mount Everest:
An 86-year-old man has been seriously injured after being struck by a car.
He was taken to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
A 27-year-old Maryport woman, who was driving the Volkswagen Polo, suffered no injuries.
The Dalston Road between Richardson Street and Long Sowerby Road, has now reopened.
The Nepalese community in Carlisle has been gathering to raise funds to help family and friends back home.
The death toll following the earthquake in Nepal has now reached almost 8,500.
Ryan Dollard reports.