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The staff of The Whitehaven News, a weekly broadsheet, have been at pains not to seem to captialise on Wednesday's events.When Michael Moon, proprietor of Whitehaven's eponymous antiquarian bookshop, heard there had been a fatal shooting in Duke Street, he did what community-minded citizens have instinctively always done, and called the local paper.Two streets away, in the pink-stuccoed offices of The Whitehaven News, editor Colin Edgar and his staff were putting the news for that week's issue on page, Wednesday being press day.All residents will need some form of digital TV by that date, with the whole of the UK to follow by the end of 2012.Every TV set in the country must be connected to Freeview, satellite, cable or broadband TV by that date to keep working.

The staff of The Whitehaven News, a weekly broadsheet, have been at pains not to seem to captialise on Wednesday's events.

When Michael Moon, proprietor of Whitehaven's eponymous antiquarian bookshop, heard there had been a fatal shooting in Duke Street, he did what community-minded citizens have instinctively always done, and called the local paper.

Two streets away, in the pink-stuccoed offices of The Whitehaven News, editor Colin Edgar and his staff were putting the news for that week's issue on page, Wednesday being press day.

All residents will need some form of digital TV by that date, with the whole of the UK to follow by the end of 2012.

Every TV set in the country must be connected to Freeview, satellite, cable or broadband TV by that date to keep working.

"There are no 'exclusives' at a time like this," says Alan Cleaver, the newspaper's deputy editor.