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Reaction as report says 'no deal' Brexit would hit North East hardest in the country

Political leaders have hit out after claims a 'hard Brexit' could have a devastating effect on the North East economy. The Government's own forecasts, leaked last month, have now been released to MPs and show the region is set to be hardest hit by...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Police confirm investigation into 'financial irregularities' at Hartlepool United

Police are investigating alleged financial irregularities at Hartlepool United. Cleveland Police confirmed it is looking into Pools’ finances. The club says police are responding to a request it made and that no-one currently at the club is under...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Record numbers enter ballot draw for this year's Great North Run

Runners from around the world today found out if they had a place in this year's Great North Run. Taking place on September 9, 57,000 runners will take to the streets of Newcastle city centre and run the 13.1 miles to South Shields in the world's most...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Dog owners urged to look out for signs of deadly Alabama Rot

Dog owners are being urged to look out for the symptoms of a deadly disease. In the past few years, a small number of dogs have died unexpectedly around the country. Test results and symptoms in the affected animals have been similar to those reported...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Project to provide new homes in Hartlepool gets started

Work has begun on a new £2.7million project to provide 22 new homes on a prominent site in Hartlepool. Landlord and developer Karbon Homes is working with local contractor Gus Robinson Developments on the scheme which will see 15 three-bedroom rented...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Take a peek backstage at Shrek the musical at Sunderland Empire

Shrek is a monster musical in more ways than one. Seven huge wagons transport this hit show, and its tale of a swamp-dwelling ogre’s quest for love, on the road. During its run at Sunderland Empire we went backstage to see what the wagons are crammed...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Your winter pictures as snow arrives in the North East

Your pictures of snow in the North East on February 6 The freezing temperatures haven’t stopped you from heading outside with your camera. As snow arrived in the region yesterday you got snap happy, taking beautiful pictures of the chilly weather and...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

When are the 2018 bank holidays?

It’s been a damp and dreary start to the year - and this cold weather certainly has you reaching for your calendar in anticipation of the warmer months. You're counting down to the weekend even more than usual - and the next bank holiday feels like...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Curtis Fleming explains why chance of Middlesbrough return was too good to turn down

Curtis Fleming admits the chance of a return to Middlesbrough was too good an opportunity to turn down and says he wouldn't have left QPR for any other club. The 49-year-old has returned to Boro after being appointed first team coach under Tony...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Competition winners off to the circus

Fifteen families are off to the circus courtesy of the Hartlepool Mail. We ran a competition with the Netherlands National Circus, which has arrived in town ahead of its half-term shows next week. The circus generously offered to give away 15 family...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

War of words over appointment of new Cleveland Police chief constable

A war of words has broken out between two high profile figures over the appointment of Cleveland Police’s new chief constable. Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen says he has “no faith” in the appointment of Mike Veale as chief constable of Cleveland...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Sunderland to London train cancelled due to fault

A train which was due to travel from Sunderland to Kings Cross has been cancelled. Grand Central says its 12.28pm service from Wearside to the capital had to be called off due to a train fault. Passengers from Sunderland should travel on the 12.31pm...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

A champagne day for super Pools in 1991

Hartlepool United are making plenty of headlines at the moment. But here’s a look at the year when all the headlines were about a team literally on the up. It was the 1990-91 season and, going into the last match of the campaign, Pools were on the...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

No excuses, it’s time for Hartlepool United to deliver - Scott Loach

Hartlepool United must bin the excuses and start delivering on the pitch - that’s the view of keeper Scott Loach. Pools head into the weekend clash at Barrow looking to end a winless run which stretches back to November 21. It’s a run which has...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 

Traffic delays after oil tanker breaks down in Hartlepool

Drivers in Hartlepool have faced delays this morning after an oil tanker broke down. It happened on the A689 next to Owton Manor Lane, near Owton Lodge in the town, earlier this morning. A Cleveland Police spokeswoman said the vehicle's driver is...

7 February 2018 in Regional North East
 


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