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Tom Latham insists Durham Jets won’t panic after drubbing from Yorkshire

Durham Jets skipper Tom Latham has urged his men not to panic after last night’s crushing defeat to Yorkshire in their Royal London One Day Cup opener. The visiting Vikings cruised home by 142 runs at the Emirates Riverside, inspired by a memorable...

19 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool six-year-old has hair cut to help young cancer sufferers

A Hartlepool schoolgirl took the plunge and had 10 inches cut off her hair for charity. Six-year-old Emily Atkinson’s hair was so long she could sit on it. But, a pupil at Holy Trinity CE Primary School in Seaton Carew, Emily decided she wanted to...

19 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Saturday, May 19, across the Hartlepool area

Ongoing and upcoming roadworks in the Hartlepool and East Durham area include the following: Bruce Crescent, Hartlepool: Road closure for sewer works, until August 23. Miers Avenue, Hartlepool: Road closure for water mains work, until May 29. Arkley...

19 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Benefits Expert: Tax credits explained when working hours change

Q. My son is doing his GCSEs and will be finishing school for the summer.
He is going to college in September, but I am worried about my tax credits over the summer holidays as he won’t be classed as a student at that time.
Is there anything else that...

19 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Young Hartlepool golfer Cameron Wallace wins Association of Colleges Championship at St Andrews

Young Hartlepool golfer Cameron Wallace is celebrating after winning a major honour on one of the most famous golf links in the world. Cameron beat off over 40 other hopefuls from all over Britain to land the Association of Colleges Championship on...

19 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Durham routed by ruthless Kohler-Cadmore as Yorkshire win Royal London One-Day Cup opener

Yorkshire were in a ruthless mood in today’s Royal London One-Day Cup Group A opener, crushing hosts Durham by 142 runs. Tom Kohler-Cadmore made his first start for Yorkshire in the 50-over format one to remember as he scored a career-best 164,...

19 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Stewart Donald: Hard work starts on Monday says ‘excited’ new Sunderland owner

Stewart Donald is ready to get cracking when his takeover of Sunderland AFC is confirmed on Monday. Donald is fronting an international consortium which will assume ownership, taking over from Ellis Short, after successful talks with the EFL today....

19 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool pupils get in the mood for wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Schools and nurseries across Hartlepool have been enjoying a right royal knees-up ahead of tomorrow's big day. Throston Primary School even spelled out the initials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as part of its celebrations. "We used the...

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Plenty of new plants set to be unveiled at Chelsea Show

One of the most eagerly anticipated parts of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which runs from May 22 to 26, is seeing which new plants are introduced. This year’s no exception, with dozens of new varieties for gardeners to ponder over. Here is my top 10 –...

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Man admits owning dog which was shot by police

A man has admitted owning a dangerously out of control dog which was controversially shot by police. Suleman Halane, 22, from Hartlepool, admitted being the owner of a Caucasian Shepherd, later named Angel by the public, who was put down after being...

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool sex abuser struck again while on bail for assaults on young girls

A child sex abuser who struck again while he was on bail has been jailed and banned for 10  years from being alone with children. A relative of one of his victims screamed at Scott Kitching, 21, as he was jailed for 16 months at Teesside Crown Court....

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Appeal to find relatives of a Hartlepool man

The coroner's office is making an appeal to find the relatives of a Hartlepool man who died earlier this month. Alan Dutton, 56, of Oval Grange in Hartlepool, passed away on Friday, May 11. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death....

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Ship ahoy as village B&B voted one of the best nationwide

Guests of a bed and breakfast can be sure of a warm welcome – and that’s official. The Ship Inn at High Hesleden, near Hartlepool, has been voted one of the friendliest B&Bs in the UK and Northern Ireland. The recognition for “setting and...

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Rampant Rovers and their powerhouse 1930s years

It’s possibly the most staunch follower of rugby union in the land – if you look at the size of the town. Hartlepool is a real stronghold for the sport and that is reflected in the research available to the keen historian, all stored at the Central...

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 

Effort to cut number of smokers across North East by half are praised by health chiefs

Work across the North East to almost half the number of smokers have been recognised in Parliament. Public Health Minister Steve Brine and Shadow Public Health Minister Sharon Hodgson discussed the work of Fresh during a debate to consider 70 years of...

18 May 2018 in Regional North East
 


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