A teenager from Whitehaven has taken on the challenge of promoting Whitehaven. He's set up a website to highlight what's on in the town.
A campaign to clean up parts of West Cumbria has attracted thousands of people on social media.
Locals in Whitehaven told ITV they are pleased with new appearance of a footpath, where bushes and a victorian railing were removed.
Police are appealing for the public's help to find missing 16-year-old Jordan Black.
Jordan, from Whitehaven, was last seen in Cockermouth at 11am on Friday 20 June.
He contacted people that night to say he was fine but would not be returning home. He has not been heard from since.
Jordan is 5ft 9” tall, of slim build, with short dark brown hair. He was last seen wearing a grey Nike sweatshirt, grey converse jogging bottoms and black adidas trainers.
Anyone who knows where Jordan is should contact Cumbria Police on the 101 number.
Four tall ships that have been in Whitehaven Marina and Workington harbour are setting sail this evening.
They will head for Belfast before ending their journey at Liverpool on June 26th.
Two of the masted ships – the Mist of Avalon and the Maybe – arrived in Whitehaven harbour yesterday and have been open for the public to go on board and have a look around.
There's also been Chay Blyth’s Ocean Racing Yacht, a continental market and street theatre as part of a Tall Ships Weekend.
One of the ships at Whitehaven is carrying Sellafield apprentices the other has apprentices from United Utilities.
The companies have sponsored the young people to take part.Workington's ship is The Pelican which as been at the Port of Workington, because it is too big for Whitehaven’s harbour.
– David Huck from Peel Ports, one of the company's supporting the event.
“Our apprentices are hugely important to us and we have an extensive apprenticeship programme in place across all our terminals.
“This experience will be something completely different for them, but they will learn a great deal about team work, which is an integral part of our approach.
“It is important to us that we help each and every one of them develop their career within the industry. We also encourage them to develop themselves as individuals, helping build their confidence and communication skills, which are just as important as the technical skills.”
Nearly £15 million has been raised to help bring mining back Cumbria.
West Cumbria Mining has raised £14.7 million for the first stage of the project it wants to open next to the former Haig Colliery in Whitehaven, West Cumbria.
The company aims to open the mine to extract coking coal which is used in the steel making industry.
The scientist, Professor Brian Cox, has told guests at the opening of a new exhibition in Whitehaven that nuclear power should be an important source of energy in the UK.
The physicist - and broadcaster - said the Sellafield Story exhibition at the Beacon Museum was a 'wonderful' way of explaining science to ordinary people.
Matt Taylor reports:
The famous scientist Professor Brian Cox has told guests at the opening of a new exhibition in Whitehaven that nuclear power should be an important source of energy in the UK.
He argues that education is important for accepting nuclear energy:
Professor Brian Cox has told guests at the opening of the Beacon Museum that nuclear power would be an important source of energy in the UK.
The scientist, most famous for his TV series on science, said the exhibition at the Beacon museum was a 'wonderful' way of explaining the science and nuclear processes.
He also gave a lecture to over 100 schoolchildren and students of St Benedict's Whitehaven, Whitehaven Academy, Millom school and Lakes College.
The Sellafield Story exhibition and Beacon Museum have been officially opened by Professor Brian Cox in Whitehaven.
Sellafield Ltd have entered a partnership with the local council to fund the running of the Beacon museum for the next five years.
A small protest was held outside the opening of the Sellafield Story exhibition and the Beacon Museum today (30th May).
The group, Radiation Free Lakeland, want other forms of renewable energy to be promoted.
They have campaigned in the past against nuclear waste being processed and stored at the Sellafield site.
The Beacon Museum has officially been opened by Professor Brian Cox and Baroness Verma this morning (30th May).
Famous UK scientist, Brian Cox, will officially open the Sellafield Story Exhibition and the Beacon Museum at Whitehaven today (30th May).
The exhibition will allow visitors to learn about the history of the nuclear industry in West Cumbria. It will include archive material from Sellafield that hasn’t been seen before and presents various sides of the nuclear debate.