A COUNCIL meeting degenerated into chaos when an anti-council campaigner was thrown out by the police. (16 comments)
- Millom woman arrested after allegedly stabbing man in the legs
- Egremont firm has something to (Russell) Crowe about
- Cumbrian rapist jailed for 23 years
- Civic Hall office plans approved
- Eyesore’s revamp - bus station to be transformed after buyout (10 comments)
- Jobs lost? Services cut? Howgill Family Centre under threat (2 comments)
- Soul stars head to Whitehaven
- ‘Inconsiderate’ motorists are driving residents round the bend (13 comments)
- Dad’s ‘sustained assault’ on kids
- Chris Whiteside named Tories’ mayoral candidate (3 comments)
'Dangerous' A595 junctions are under the spotlight, Whitehaven's Civic Hall to used as offices, a Parton family welcome a fifth-generation joy, Copeland council objects to Sellafield storing submarine waste, a petition to get parkkeeper Michael honoured has been set up and St Bees runners have organised another charity event.
Eats Magazine, Times & Star and Whitehaven News are offering readers the chance to win a meal for two at an award-winning restaurant - and all you need to do is tweet.
St Bees Triers Club had a practice run for their 24 hour Water Challenge for Comic Relief and Water Aid.
Frizington Primary school had a welly boot walk to raise funds for the James Burns appeal on on Wednesday February 4th 2015. Enjoy our slideshow of pictures.
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On the footie field, Celtic pick up a valuable win in the Wearside League and there's picture action from Whitehaven Miners v White Star in the County League. Athlete James Bowness is called up for Team GB. Egremont's junior rugby stars are in action. Plus all the latest snooker, hockey, hound trailing and golf news - on sale now.
All Whitehaven's Co-operative Championship and Challenge Cup fixtures and results for 2015.
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