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  • WHITEHAVEN, England — Derrick Bird killed his twin brother and the family lawyer, then traveled the roads he had worked as a taxi driver, shooting people – apparently aiming for their faces – killing 12 in all and wounding nearly a dozen before committing suicide.

    Derrick Bird Killing Spree: UK Cabbie Shot Twin Brother, Aimed For Faces

  • WHITEHAVEN, a market-town and seaport, in Cumberland, near the cliffs called

    Rides on Railways

  • Whitehaven and Aston merger creates $5.1b coal giant WHITEHAVEN has moved to cash in on the coal bonanza, acquiring mining magnate Nathan Tinkler's Aston Resources to form Australia's biggest coal company with a $5 billion market value. | Top Stories

  • A WHITEHAVEN man appeared in court yesterday in connection with the death of Kells rugby player Ashley McDonald, 21.

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  • WHITEHAVEN will not be dreaming of their massive Carnegie Challenge Cup clash with Wigan ahead of their tough Bank Holiday Monday assignment against Leigh, reckons boss Ged Stokes.

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  • A WHITEHAVEN businessman is warning other businesses to be on their guard after someone phoned him trying to gain access to his computer.

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  • WHITEHAVEN mixed martial artist Kevin Thompson is to be one of the star attractions at next month's War In Workington 9 event. ready for action: Kevin Thompson from Whitehaven with two championship belts he has previously won

    Whitehaven News headlines

  • WHITEHAVEN suffered their second defeat in as many games as they went down 34-26 at home to Batley in the National Rail Cup. returning: Derry Eilbeck has penned a new deal with Haven and could feature against Widnes tonight

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  • A WHITEHAVEN-BASED learning centre is celebrating after being honoured at a regional awards ceremony.

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  • A WHITEHAVEN musician is preparing to tackle a gruelling two-week charity run across India in an old rickshaw - which is prone to breaking down every three hours

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