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Hartlepool United confirm Dave Jones appointment

Hartlepool United have confirmed Dave Jones as their new manager. As revealed by the Mail earlier today Jones has penned a deal at the Northern Gas & Power Stadium this evening. But he will not take the team this weekend, when Stevenage are the...

22 min. ago in Regional North East
 

BREAKING NEWS: Hartlepool United set to unveil Dave Jones as new boss

Hartlepool United are set to appoint Dave Jones as their new manager. And an announcement is expected tonight, with the 60-year-old Scouser in line to replace recently departed Craig Hignett. Meetings have been taking place in the last few days to compil

36 min. ago in Regional North East
 

Carer saw man with TV similar to item stolen from Norma Bell

A jury in the murder trial of Gareth Dack heard a man was seen carrying a television in the street similar to one stolen from Norma Bell. Carer Amanda Reeve contacted police after reading in the Hartlepool Mail that a boxed television had been taken from

today, 18:14 in Regional North East
 

Midfielder Michael Woods says Hartlepool are too reliant on Amond

Hartlepool United have become too reliant on Padraig Amond, according to midfielder Michael Woods. And unless players like himself, and the rest of the Pools midfield step up to the plate and chip in with a few goals, it is Woods’ view that Pools struggl

today, 17:10 in Regional North East
 

West Brom fans’ boost for Bradley Lowery at Sunderland’s away game at the weekend

Football fans are hoping to give Bradley Lowery a huge boost when his team takes on West Brom at the weekend. The two clubs meet at The Hawthorns this weekend and West Brom fans are set to show their support for the youngster who has captured the heart o

today, 15:40 in Regional North East
 

Foster son of alleged murder victim Norma Bell tells of last visit to his 'much-appreciated' mum

A foster son of alleged murder victim Norma Bell has told a jury of the last time he saw his mother alive. John Ahmed said had he known it was the last time he would speak to Mrs Bell he would have told her much she had done for him and how much he appre

today, 15:03 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool man could face murder charge, court told

A Hartlepool man is waiting to see if he will face a murder charge over the death of an attack victim. Leslie Dowson, 43, appeared at Teesside Crown Court over a videolink from Holme House Prison, in Stockton. It comes after Stanley Burgon, 56, died foll

today, 14:18 in Regional North East
 

Geordie Shore stars fuel rise in fake tans among men under 25

British men have fallen for fake tan in a big way - and TV reality shows like Geordie Shore are partly to blame. One in seven British men say they used fake tan in the last 12 months - rising to more than one in four among under 25s. And reality TV stars

today, 12:52 in Regional North East
 

People asked to vote favourite piece of maritime art for Seaton Carew

People are being urged to vote on their favourite prosepective design for a piece of public art planned for Seaton Carew’s seafront. Nine submissions of maritime themed art have been shortlisted from local, regional and national artists and now Hartlepoo

today, 12:14 in Regional North East
 

Employers get set to inspire Hartlepool students at industry event

Hartlepool students will meet some of the region’s biggest employers next week as part of an event hoping to inspire their future careers. The ‘Entering in to Industry’ event will take place at High Tunstall College of Science on Monday, January 23, when

today, 12:14 in Regional North East
 

EE fined £2.7million for overcharging 40,000 mobile phone customers

Mobile phone firm EE has been fined £2.7million by Ofcom for overcharging tens of thousands of customers. The communications regulator found that the company twice broke a "fundamental billing rule", resulting in nearly 40,000 customers...

today, 11:55 in Regional North East
 

Paramedics forced to take meal breaks in trial aimed at saving £700,000

Paramedics in the North East are being forced to take set meal breaks in a trial aimed at saving the ambulance service hundreds of thousands of pounds. Previously North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) crews were paid £5 from if they missed or had late meal

today, 11:35 in Regional North East
 

Quidditch Premier League try-outs take place in North East

Harry Potter fans - and lovers of unusual sports - can try their hand at broomstick-based action as the Quidditch Premier League seeks new players in the region. A muggle version of the sport which is played by Harry Potter and his schoolmates at the fic

today, 11:21 in Regional North East
 

Britain's 12 Brexit objectives - which are the most important?

Here are the 12 objectives for Britain's Brexit negotiations, as set out in Theresa May's speech at Lancaster House. But which ones are the most important?

today, 10:28 in Regional North East
 

1,000 tourists evacuated from package holiday destination amid unrest

Nearly 1,000 holidaymakers on Thomas Cook packages in Gambia are to be flown home amid growing concerns about political unrest in the west African nation. The holiday company said it had triggered contingency plans after the Foreign Office (FCO) urged Br

today, 09:57 in Regional North East
 


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