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Bradley Lowery shows off new haircut ahead of England mascot appearance

Little battler Bradley Lowery is set to undergo his latest bout of treatment to give him a boost ahead of his England mascot debut. The Blackhall five-year-old, who is battling terminal cancer neuroblastoma, will be a mascot for the England team in their

yesterday, 18:27 in Regional North East

Shaping Up: If you’ve fallen back in the winter, it’s time to spring forward

If you haven’t met your weight loss or fitness targets over the winter months, don’t beat yourself up about it. Winter can be hard to stay on track; with the dark nights and cold mornings it can be difficult to stay motivated. But that’s in the past now.

yesterday, 18:27 in Regional North East

Seven arrested in raids carried out in aftermath of Westminster attack

Seven people have been arrested in raids in London, Birmingham and elsewhere linked to the Westminster terror attack, police have revealed. Mark Rowley, the Met's senior anti-terror officer, said six addresses were raided overnight. He spoke as MPs were

yesterday, 17:16 in Regional North East

Beamish Museum searching for visionary to create 1950s world and Georgian hotel in £18million project

One of the North East's top tourist destinations is searching for the top man or woman for their project to create a stunning new set of educational attractions. Beamish Museum says it is offering "a job opportunity like no other – the chance to...

yesterday, 16:17 in Regional North East

Shaping Up: East Coast Workout

Try this workout at home, you don’t need any equipment and you can do it all in your own time. Aim to complete the exercises below without any rest. 10 SQUATS 20 PRESS UPS 30 BICYCLE ABS 40 STAR JUMPS 50 HILL CLIMBS Once you have completed those five exe

yesterday, 15:29 in Regional North East

Fly tippers get into fine mess after dumping rubbish in South Tyneside

Two people from South Tyneside have been hit in the pocket after ignoring requests to help solve fly-tipping incidents. Ashleigh Dunn, 23, of Wye Avenue, Jarrow, and Karen McDonald, 27, of Victoria Street, Hebburn, both had cases against them proved by m

yesterday, 14:57 in Regional North East

Firm completes upgrade £450,000 work at vital hospital department

A Boldon company has helped complete a vital upgrade to a critical care unit at one of the region’s largest hospitals. Specialists Opus Building Services won the £450,000 contract to provide key building services for the refurbishment at the Bowel Screen

yesterday, 13:22 in Regional North East

North East employment optimism dips in countdown to Brexit

Employment optimism in the North East has fallen slightly as the Government gears up to serve notice the UK is leaving the European Union, says workforce specialist Manpower. Prime Minister Theresa May is due to trigger Aricle 50 - formally serving notic

yesterday, 13:22 in Regional North East

Woman pulled to ground in bag snatch after being followed by robber

A woman was followed from a Metro station before she was attacked by a thief for her handbag. The victim's ordeal happened at 7.10pm last night in Tynemouth Road, Jarrow, when a 52-year-old woman had her handbag snatched from her. The offender grabbed th

yesterday, 12:45 in Regional North East

South Tyneside project aims to ‘inspire’ pupils’ lives

Children and young people are being given a helping hand to fulfil their potential with the launch of a new social enterprise. South Tyneside-based Inspire Me aims to work in partnership with primary and secondary schools to support pupils who may have l

yesterday, 12:03 in Regional North East

Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal

Over 1.1million UK homeowners are sitting on the wrong mortgage deal and wasting over £2,500 every year according to latest research. The research from L&C Mortgages also discovered that 30% or 3.4million households do not know their current...

yesterday, 11:54 in Regional North East

Nissan pays tribute to its worker found dead in the street

Bosses of a man found dead in a village street have paid tribute to their worker. Lee Woodward was found in Don View, West Boldon, early on Tuesday morning. It is understood the tragedy happened the day after his mother’s funeral. Mr Woodward, who worked

yesterday, 11:54 in Regional North East

Is it worth joining a trade union?

From protecting the minimum wage to introducing weekends, trade unions have been securing workers rights since their decriminalisation in 1867. The labour movement, which first began during the industrial revolution, now has unions representing everyone

yesterday, 11:43 in Regional North East

Buckfast Easter egg expected to sell thousands

An off-licence is set to make a fast buck has been flooded with orders for its tonic wine-themed Easter eggs. More than 2,000 orders came within 24 hours of adverts going out for a special Buckfast Easter egg package. The package includes a 140g chocolat

yesterday, 11:41 in Regional North East

Man and woman due in court over kidnap of children from outside school

Two people have been charged after two children were taken from outside a school in the west Newcastle earlier this week. On Tuesday morning, police received a report that two young children, a girl aged five and a boy aged two, had been taken from their

yesterday, 11:41 in Regional North East

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