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Cases dealt with at South Tyneside Magistrates Court

The following people have been dealt with at South Tyneside Magistrates’ Court: Lee Graham, 27, of Chirton Avenue, South Shields, was conditionally discharged for 12 months, and ordered to pay £20 costs for theft. Joel Shanks, 19, of Gordon Road, South S

today, 07:57 in Regional North East
 

South Tyneside comes out second top on noise nuisance list

More residents in South Tyneside have problems with noise that almost anywhere else in the North East, according to new research. The borough is the second noisiest place to live in the region - with an average of three noise complaints a day - the main

today, 06:45 in Regional North East
 

Plans to bulldoze former village school in West Boldon

A disused village primary school could soon be razed to the ground with homes being built on the site. Plans have been submitted for Boldon C of E Primary School in West Boldon to be demolished. The school, in Don Gardens, closed it’s doors in August 200

today, 06:45 in Regional North East
 

A little piece of South Shields on top of Mount Kilimanjaro

A South Tyneside action man’s mountain mission is finally complete - after showing off his roots from on top of the world. Steve Berry last month became one of just a few hundred people to have climbed the highest peaks on each of the world’s seven conti

today, 06:45 in Regional North East
 

Little Mix win Brit for best single after launching awards show

Little Mix have won a Brit as they go for a hat trick at tonight's glittering ceremony. The band, South Shields girls Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards, plus bandmates Jessy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, took to the stage to collect the title at the O2

yesterday, 21:32 in Regional North East
 

Mum’s heartbreak after doctors find Bradley Lowery has new tumour

Bradley Lowery’s family have been delivered a devastating blow with the news a new tumour has been found by his doctors. The five-year-old from Blackhall has been undergoing checks this week to find out if pioneering antibody treatment he has been gettin

yesterday, 19:02 in Regional North East
 

North East drivers told to prepare for Storm Doris over severe weather warning on major roads

Motorists are being asked to get ready for severe weather by Highways England as Storm Doris begins to take hold. An amber alert for gales will be in place across the North, Midlands and East between 6am and 6pm on tomorrow in response to the strong wind

yesterday, 15:52 in Regional North East
 

Two-thirds of nurses struggle to find time to care properly for the dying

Many nurses feel they are too busy to give dying patients high-quality care, a new poll suggests. Two-thirds of nurses from across the UK felt they were not given sufficient time to care for those nearing the end of their lives, it found. The poll of alm

yesterday, 15:21 in Regional North East
 

Man 'gutted' in knife attack after refusing to give cash to beggars

An innocent man was "gutted" in a brutal stabbing attack when he refused to hand over cash to beggars who approached him after a night out. Keith Newbold was walking to a taxi rank in Newcastle after a summer evening drinking in the city...

yesterday, 15:04 in Regional North East
 

Revealed: North East areas with most noise complaints recorded

Research has revealed there were more than 12,100 noise nuisance complaints across the North East last year with some surprising areas topping the noisy neighbourhood chart. Compiled by noise monitoring experts Cirrus Research via Freedom of Information

yesterday, 14:23 in Regional North East
 

'What am I thinking right now?' - and 19 more of the hardest interview questions

Mind reading, psychology and social justice - just three subjects you might not expect to crop up in an interview for a job in accountancy or computing. However, they all feature in the 20 hardest interview questions, as reported in a survey by recruitme

yesterday, 12:43 in Regional North East
 

Sexual history being used to 'ambush' alleged rape victims, says police chief

Alleged rape victims are being "ambushed" with their sexual history at trial, Northumbria's crime chief has warned. Police and Crime Commissioner Dame Vera Baird said she was concerned by her analysis of 30 rape trials at Newcastle Crown...

yesterday, 12:38 in Regional North East
 

Tributes continue to pour in to long-serving former Jarrow MP Don Dixon

Tributes have continued to pour in for former long-serving Jarrow MP Don Dixon. Lord Dixon died on Sunday aged 87. He had served as Jarrow’s MP between 1979 and 1997, and was leader of Jarrow Borough Council between 1963 and 1974 He was known by many as

yesterday, 12:38 in Regional North East
 

England cricketer drops in to host South Shields coaching session

Young cricketers in South Tyneside were treated to a training session with a difference when England player Danielle Hazell dropped in. The 28-year-old, from Durham, who captained her country for the first time last year, led a coaching session with the

yesterday, 12:04 in Regional North East
 

South Shields youngster named Northern Star

A budding ballerina has been crowned a ‘Northern Star’ after wowing judges with her dancing skills. Little Katelyn Moore has been perfecting her ballet technique since the age of two. Earlier this month, her hardwork paid off when she was crowned Norther

yesterday, 12:04 in Regional North East
 


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