A 7-year-old girl is raising money for victims of a typhoon in the Philippines by busking in Dumfries
A group of women who overcame breast cancer and formed a fundraising group to raise cash to help others, are holding a fashion show.
A Cumbrian soldier who took on the role of his absent officer to get supplies to one of the deadliest regions in Afghanistan is awarded.
A survivor of the holocaust is returning to Cumbria to talk about his experiences.
Ben Helfgott is one of 300 Jewish children who came from Eastern Europe to the Lake District in 1945.
He will be speaking to invited guests at the Lake District Holocaust Project in Windermere Library.
The Lake District National Park Authority is applying for the fourth time for World Heritage status.
However, there are some in Cumbria who would rather they did not try again.
Watch the full report from Fiona Marley Paterson below.
Jan Wilkinson from Honister Slate Mine near Keswick says if the Lake District National Park is awarded World Heritage status it could hinder business development .
The Lake District National Park Authority will decide today if it's going to apply for World Heritage status for the fourth time. Some Cumbrian businesses fear it would mean more regulation but the National Park is keen to get international recognition.
Prince Harry is continuing his late mother's legacy following a trip to Angola in support of landmine clearing work. The Prince became a Patron of the HALO Trust's 25th Anniversary Appeal in March.
The charity, based in Thornhill in Dumfries, is dedicated to clearing landmines across the world. The late Princess Diana visited minefields which were cleared by the charity shortly before her death in 1997. the HALO Trust says the Prince's support is "invaluable" in raising awareness of the issue.
Prince Harry first saw the Halo trust's landmine clearance in Mozambique three years ago and has witnessed the suffering they cause to soldiers and civilians while with the military in Afghanistan.
Some 16 years after his mother's visit to Angola did so much to raise awareness of the problem, mines are still being laid daily.
As ITV News Correspondent Richard Pallot reports, the prince's private visit makes the cause very public once again.
It travels all the way from Mongolia to the Scottish Borders - and from the Scottish Borders it is exported around the world.
Last year 1.4 million pounds worth of cashmere came to the country, and such is its importance that today the region was visited by the Mongolian ambassador and the Central Orchestra of the Mongolian Armed Forces.
Watch the full report from Andy Burn below.
The ambassador of Mongolia, Narkhuu Tulga, has been speaking of the hard work behind today's visit to Hawick ahead of the delegation's arrival:
– Ambassador Tulga
“We have all worked very hard to bring this project to fruition.
"Officials and senior officers in Defence, Foreign Affairs and other ministries met with the Tattoo Producer in February and he was hugely impressed by all that he saw in Mongolia, not only in Ulaabaatar but also in the countryside as well.
"We are honoured to be invited to Hawick and I look forward very much to touring the facilities at Hawick Cashmere and meeting everyone involved.”
The Mongolian Ambassador will lead a delegation to Hawick to explore opportunities in textile manufacturing.
The Borders MP Michael Moore will host the visit by Ambassador Tulga - who is looking at cashmere manufacturing.
There will also be a performance in Hawick by the 70 strong Central Orchestra of the Mongolian Armed Forces.
It is the first official visit by Mongolian officials to the town.
Borders MP Michael Moore is hosting the first Mongolian visit to Hawick to explore opportunities for those specialising in the textile industry.
They will be looking particularly at the manufacture of cashmere goods and touring local manufacturers.