Wednesday May 8
Nanaimo Daily News
Newspaper article helps connect family 'lost' for more than 100 years
Jim Patton recalls feeling determined and excited as he left a voice message for Nanaimo relatives "lost" to his family for more than 100 years.
News and Star
BNP accuses Allerdale council of electoral fraud
The British National Party has accused Allerdale council of electoral fraud, saying that many voters in Maryport reported not being sent their postal votes and were then denied replacements or the chance to vote at polling stations.
700 pupils to welcome our homecoming troops
And all the community is being encouraged to follow suit and line Whitehaven town centre's streets to mark the occasion.
What's On Guide: May 2 to 8
Whitehaven : Entertainment, Cons Club, Saturdays, 8.30pm Sing Owt, Quaker Meeting House, Mondays, 7pm and 9pm, and Civic Hall, Thursdays, 7pm to 9pm West Lakes Music Centre, Whitehaven School, Tuesdays, 7.30pm, and Thursdays, 7pm Albert Lee and Hogan's Heroes, Rosehill, Sunday, 7.30pm Egremont : Entertainment, Cons Club, Saturdays Sing Owt, Youth ... (more)
Tesco - every little twist
APRIL 2005: Tesco announces it is going full-steam ahead with plans to build a new Whitehaven superstore creating 150 new jobs.
News and Star
Whitehaven housing plans due to be debated
Copeland councillors are expected to give the green light to an application for 22 homes on the former Hensingham infant school site and 17 flats for young people in the town centre's YMCA building.
West Cumberland Times and Star
Charity night in memory of school bus crash girl
Sisters from Flimby want to buy a memorial bench for a friend who died in the 2010 Keswick School bus crash.
New traffic lights for busy junction
TRAFFIC lights are to be installed at a congested junction to improve safety in a A 550,000 road scheme.
The A-Team bows out at the Beacon
TWO women who have a terrific knowledge of local history and have devoted a combined 40 years of their work-ing lives to the local museum service have completed their last shift at The Beacon, paid off in the wake of council spending cuts.
Friends of Chloe mark anniversary
The celebration event will take place on May 24 - exactly three years after the death of the Frizington teenager who lost her life in the Keswick bus crash on her 16th birthday.
Guardsman James's gallantry recognised
A WHITEHAVEN soldier has received top recognition for his "outstanding gallantry" after allowing injured comrades to be taken to safety while under fire fighting in Afghanistan.