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Candlelit vigil and balloon release held in memory of popular Stuart Price

A candlelit vigil and balloon release has been held to celebrate the life of a popular Sunderland fan. Stuart Price, 24, from Murton, Durham , was killed in a collision with a black Jaguar car while riding his bike along the B1285 Colliery Lane near Hett

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 22:17
 
Police uncover cannabis farm...and two tortoises following attempted Sunderland break-in

Police uncover cannabis farm...and two tortoises following attempted Sunderland break-in

Police who uncovered a cannabis farm in Sunderland also uncovered a couple of shellshocked customers. Officers were called to a property in Front Road, near the Ford Estate, on February 20 after receiving reports of two men trying to break in. The suspec

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 21:57
 
Fancy living in your own hobbit house? These proposed hillside home are amazing

Fancy living in your own hobbit house? These proposed hillside home are amazing

Plots of land on a hill in Sunderland are up for grabs, complete with planning permission for hobbit-esque homes built into the earth. The plans for the sleek, modern, architect-designed homes look like something from Channel 4 Grand Designs programme, w

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 18:43
 

Businesses get access to big investors

A Morpeth entrepreneur was part of a regional delegation that descended on London to pitch to a roomful of heavyweight investors in the hope of attracting some funding. Chris Reed, founder of Proxismart, was among those that took part in the Entrepreneur

Morpeth Herald, yesterday, 18:40
 
'One-armed bandit' killer has 'final' plea to clear his name rejected

'One-armed bandit' killer has 'final' plea to clear his name rejected

A new bid to challenge a 1967 conviction for a murder that inspired the classic crime thriller Get Carter has been rejected by the High Court. For over 50 years one of the convicted men, Michael Luvaglio, has been fighting to prove his innocence. Now nea

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 18:35
 

WIN WAS JUST THE BOOST WE NEEDED

0 Have your say Berwick manager John Coughlin couldn’t help but show his delight after his Rangers side came from behind to beat league leaders Forfar at Shielfield on Saturday. And the gaffer is now hoping his players can use the result as a springboard

Berwickshire News, yesterday, 18:25
 
Job losses, library closures and a council tax hike: What Gateshead's budget means for you

Job losses, library closures and a council tax hike: What Gateshead's budget means for you

Library closures, job cuts and council tax rises are in store for Gateshead residents as swathing government cuts continue. On Tuesday Gateshead Council’s cabinet voted to approve £13m of savings as it faces up to an estimated further funding gap of £70m

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 18:18
 
Teen avoids prison after throwing knives and forks at takeaway worker and attacking customer

Teen avoids prison after throwing knives and forks at takeaway worker and attacking customer

A teen thug has avoided a prison sentence after hurling knives and forks at a takeaway worker and hitting a female customer in the face with a shoe. As previously reported, drunk Jamie Bostock flew into a rage inside the Eat & Go restaurant, in...

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 18:18
 
How the North of England became cosmopolitan during the Roman times

How the North of England became cosmopolitan during the Roman times

During the Roman occupation, the North of England was a surprisingly cosmopolitan place. Soldiers, travellers and traders made their way to the northern frontier of Hadrian’s Wall and its forts. At Arbeia fort in South Shields, Barates from Syria erected

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 18:18
 

Geordie put-downs: The wittiest North East ways to put you in your place

Geordies are known to be some of the friendliest people on the planet but, get on our nerves, and we can quickly put you in your place. It’s been confirmed Tyneside was the birth place of the word ‘charva’ and you can barely walk through Toon on a Friday

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 18:18
 

Hadrian's Wall in top 5 of England’s best-loved free attractions

Hadrian's Wall has been voted one of the most-loved free attractions in England, according to a new poll. The Roman defensive fortification, which ran from the banks of the River Tyne near the North Sea, through Northumberland, to the Solway Firth on the

News Post Leader, yesterday, 18:10
 

Nathan Thomas getting back to form at Hartlepool United

Nathan Thomas is getting there at Hartlepool United – and that is going to be vital to a team fighting for survival. The attacking talent is starting to show signs of the gifts which made him one of League Two’s hottest stars in 2016, until injury struck

Hartlepool Mail, yesterday, 18:09
 

Mackay wants Brave new world for national team

0 Have your say With Scotland having failed to qualify for a major tournament since the 1998 World Cup in France, football fans are desperate for their heroes to reach either a World Cup or European Championship finals soon. And SFA beaks hope their new

Berwickshire News, yesterday, 18:09
 

Hadrian's Wall in top 5 of England’s best-loved free attractions

Hadrian's Wall has been voted one of the most-loved free attractions in England, according to a new poll. The Roman defensive fortification, which ran from the banks of the River Tyne near the North Sea, through Northumberland, to the Solway Firth on the

News Guardian, yesterday, 18:08
 

Watch as Prince Harry greets his young fans in adorable scenes on the Gateshead Quayside

With a packed schedule of engagements to make it to, it would hardly be surprising if Prince Harry couldn’t offer the legion of fans who gathered to see him more than a smile and a wave. But despite his busy day, His Royal Highness took time out of his t

Chronicle Live, yesterday, 17:49
 


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