We've now finished posting news, travel reports, a regular weather forecast and other things that take our fancy from around the county for today. It's been a busy day:
The group set up after St Bees School ran into financial difficulties announced it had formed links with a Chinese institution and would reopen in 18 months' time;
Details emerged of the rescue of four kayakers from an island in the middle of Thirlmere at the weekend - and just how close they came to death;
And town councillors in Ulverston prepared to explain that they'd lost patience with the way a 20-bed dementia assessment unit had been left empty by a local NHS trust for five years .
We'll be back to do it again at 08:00 tomorrow.
Have a very good evening.