Olivia Story, 15, was just a toddler when she contracted meningitis and lost both of her legs and arms.Read the full story ›
A child sex offender who surrendered after seeing himself on a crime programme has been handed a lengthy jail term.Read the full story ›
The 58-year-old was found at a residential site north of Carlisle in a raid last October.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA rescued 90 exotic pets and 10 exotic fish last year in the county - two racoons were amongst the animals found.Read the full story ›
Nicola Sturgeon tells MSPs a second independence referendum should be held in the next two years, if Brexit goes ahead. We debate the First Minister's statement with the South of Scotland MSPs Joan McAlpine and Michelle Ballantyne, and Peter MacMahon asks the Daily Record's Political Editor if the SNP leader's cautious approach will satisfy nationalist activists demanding Indyref 2 now. Also on the programme - after two decades of devolution a former First Minister sets out his prescription for reforming the way Scotland's governed. Peter speaks to Jack McConnell.
A learner driver stole a car on a test drive then led police on a dangerous chase through a north Cumbrian village, a court has heard.Read the full story ›
Shared Lives has been quietly revolutionising the way social care is provided in the Border region.Read the full story ›
Although not everywhere will get one, heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected to break out across central and northern England during Wednesday afternoon, easing from the south during the evening.
These thunderstorms bring the potential for lightning strikes and hail, with sudden downpours and gusty winds.
We examine Nicola Sturgeon's referendum dilemma with the First Minster under pressure as she gets set to update MSPs on another independence vote. Also on the programme, the growing Brexit fears of farmers who rely on European workers to pick their crop. And the South West schools reducing the exam choices for pupils. Peter MacMahon asks the Education Secretary if children in state schools are missing out.
Keith Moore from west Cumbria has been described by his family as a someone you could "never fail to love".Read the full story ›