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We would be cock-a-hoop with your memories of 1990s netball in Hartlepool

Netball is a sport going through golden times in England at the moment. After all, the nation took gold at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast this year after a historic 52-51 win against hosts Australia. In Hartlepool, the sport is in good hands...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Championship transfers: Middlesbrough eye triple swoop | Leeds striker update | Stoke, Nottingham Forest in...

Middlesbrough could be set for a triple signing swoop - according to reports today. Tony Pulis' side are yet to delve into the transfer market, but these reports suggest that a new addition might not be far off. Elsewhere, a Leeds United target has...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Award winners Orangebox look to expand globally

Award winner Orangebox Training is going East. Fresh from being named Most Promising New Business at the Hartlepool Business Awards, the firm is looking to cement its place in the North East and its expansion into the United Arab Emirates (UUAE). The...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Ed Sheeran crowned UK's most-played artist in 2017

Ed Sheeran was the most played artist on UK radio, TV and in public in 2017 - and also had the most played track with Shape of You, it has been announced. Sheeran dominated music licensing company PPL's annual chart, which tallies up each play an...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

12,000 North East women affected by breast cancer screening error

More than 12,000 women in the North East have been affected by failures in the country's breast screening programme, Government figures have shown. In March it emerged that a computer error had led to thousands of women across the country not being...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Pools face battle to land in-demand full-back - but are being made to wait for move

Hartlepool United face a battle to land in-demand Gateshead full-back Scott Barrow - but must wait before they make their move. A whole host of clubs have entered the race to sign the Welshman since Pools registered their interest in the player, whose...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool friends to go to great lengths for veterans

A group of friends will go to great lengths to raise cash and awareness for armed forces charities – 134 miles to be exact. The team of six walkers are getting ready to put their best foot forward in a Coast to Coast challenge from Workington in...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool MP appeals to transport secretary to help get rail services on track

Hartlepool MP Mike Hill pressed Transport Secretary Chris Grayling for improvements to rail services in a one to one meeting. Mr Hill met with Mr Grayling after the Secretary of State made an urgent statement in the House of Commons on widespread...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool United backs World Cup drink drive campaign

Hartlepool United is backing a campaign to keep the roads safe during this summer’s World Cup. The club has joined Road Safety GB North East (RSGB NE) in urging people to leave their car keys at home before going out drinking during the tournament,...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Free event in Hartlepool aims to help new businesses

A free event to help businesses start, grow and thrive is taking place in Hartlepool next week. Santander bank is holding the Breakthrough event in association with Cafe One77 in York Road, on Tuesday, June 12. It aims to provide inspiration,...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Theft, drug possession, assault and threatening behaviour offences dealt with by magistrates

The following Hartlepool defendants were dealt with at Teesside Magistrates’ Court in Middlesbrough: Ethan Cowens, 20, of Church Street, Seaton Carew, was sentenced to a community order of 18 months, 20 rehabilitation activity days, and ordered to pay...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool brewery ‘toasts’ new beer to help end food waste

A brewery is raising a toast to a range of new initiatives including introducing a new ale to help end food waste. Hartlepool-based Camerons Brewery has introduced new beers from Toast Ale across their managed pub group. Toast produces a range of...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Roadworks Round-up: Where you may face delays in the Hartlepool area on Wednesday

Here’s a list of the roadworks which may cause you delays on Wednesday: Bruce Crescent, Hartlepool: Road closure for sewer works, until August 23. B1277 Brenda Road, Hartlepool: Cycle lane construction, until July 1. Front Street/Local Avenue,...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis cases on the up in the North East

More than 18,000 sexually transmitted infections (STIs) were diagnosed in the North East last year. New data revealed by Public Health England today shows that the number of diagnoses across the region is up 2% from 2016. 2017 saw 18,121 STIs...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 

Ryanair saw 1,100 flights cancelled due to strikes, staff shortages and thunderstorms, airline reveals

Budget airline Ryanair has called for "immediate" EU action to prevent a summer of travel chaos after it revealed more than 1,100 flights were cancelled last month due to air traffic control strikes, impacting over 200,000 customers. The...

6 June 2018 in Regional North East
 


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