The 67-year-old from Maxton is nearly half-way through his 1,000km trek through Spain, in aid of the Border Search and Rescue Unit.Read the full story ›
When Peter Cannon was a pupil at Castle Street School in Kendal 1945 - his class produced a magazine to celebrate the end of the war in Europe.
It was preserved in the town's museum and now Peter has been reunited with it, as Katie Hunter reports:
An inquest into the death of Paul McGuigan says he was unlawfully killed, and that basic checks by his employer G4S could have saved him.Read the full story ›
Eighty-one-year-old Peter Cannon helped make the magazine to celebrate VE Day. He was back to look at his handiwork, 70 years on.Read the full story ›
An inquest into the death of a security contractor, who was shot by a colleague in Iraq, is due to be delivered in Stockport today.
Paul McGuigan was killed in 2009 along with fellow security guard Darren Hoare.
In 2011, 31-year-old Danny Fitzsimons, from Manchester, was sentenced to 20 years in an Iraqi prison, for the two murders.
Paul's mother Corrine is from Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders.
The Mayor of Carlisle, Steven Bowditch, led the VE Day commemorations in the city centre:
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: