We've now finished posting news, travel reports, a regular weather forecast and the like for today.
- David Gill, the founder of the trouble South Lakes Safari Zoo, told the BBC he wanted to clear his name and that he believed allegations that animals were neglected to the point where hundred died were false. You can see the interview on BBC North West Tonight at 18:30.
- Housing topped the agenda as the candidates in the Westmorland and Lonsdale constituency debated the issues on BBC Radio Cumbria.
- And what one weather forecaster called a "June monsoon" brought warnings of rain and high winds to the county.
We'll be back to do it again from 08:00 tomorrow.
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Have a very good evening.