The family of a teenage boy who died after a crash with a van have paid tribute to an absolutely wonderful and loving son.
- Missing Whitehaven teenager found safe and well
- Are councillors measuring up? (6 comments)
- ‘We told you so!’ Firefighters’ crisis warning ‘proved right’ (11 comments)
- Family tell of devastation over mam’s hospital death
- Developers shed light on solar park scheme (8 comments)
- Public meeting to air hospital concerns (1 comment)
- Cyclists gear up for ‘Tour de Moor’
VOLUNTEER motorcyclists are riding through the night delivering a new life-saving service for patients at West Cumberland Hospital. (1 comment)
The first triplets born at the West Cumberland Hospital celebrate their 18th birthdays. We get your views on plans for a new Tesco in Egremont being rejected. We report on The Beacon's expansion plans. There's four-page specials on A-levels results day and Gosforth Show. Plus picture specials from Lowes Court craft day, Whitehaven Motorshow, and flower shows in Seascale and St Bees - on sale now.
Crowds of visitors enjoyed the many attractions at Gosforth Show on Saturday August 18 2014. View our slideshow of pictures and order prints from our photosales website www.whitehaven-news.co.uk/pictures
Youngsters had fun in the sun at the Phoenix Youth Project fun day in Cleator Moor. View our slideshow of pictures and order prints from our photosales website www.whitehaven-news.co.uk/pictures
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A former St Bees student celebrates Women's Rugby Union World Cup joy. Haven captain Lee Mitchell reports from the Recre. Egremont youngsters are guests of honour at Wigan's DW Stadium. There's picture specials from St Helens' junior rugby camp, Hugh McAuley's soccer school and NCL Cumbria Gymnastics Open. Plus the latest golf, snooker, orienteering and hound trailing news - on sale now.
All Whitehaven's Co-operative Championship and Challenge Cup fixtures and results for 2014.
THE carnivals of yesteryear were certainly lavish affairs. Take a step back in time and look at some images from the 1920s and 1930s that demonstrate how the crowds turned out for this annual highlight of the summer months