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Minister warns of 'political meltdown' if Theresa May's Brexit deal is defeated for a third time

Voting down the Prime Minister's Brexit deal for a third time would cause a "political meltdown", a minister has warned, after Theresa May admitted she may not garner enough support to get her plan through the Commons next week. Nadhim...

yesterday, 20:26 in Regional North East
 

North East protestors join in 'million-strong' Put it to the People march in London calling for second...

Hundreds of thousands of people descended on central London to join a march on Parliament and demand a final say for the public over Brexit. North East protestors were among those joining the Put it to the People march, which organisers claim saw one...

yesterday, 20:26 in Regional North East
 

Knee injury could spell the end of Hartlepool United defender's season

Aaron Cunningham's season looks to be over after the defender suffered a knee ligament injury in Hartlepool United's win over Wrexham. The central defender, only just back from a calf problem which saw him miss a fortnight, fell awkwardly half an hour...

yesterday, 18:57 in Regional North East
 

Liam Kennedy's player ratings: 'Quality' Nicky Featherstone stars as two Hartlepool United players get 8s...

Hartlepool United claimed an impressive 1-0 win over promotion-chasing Wrexham at the Super 6 Stadium - but who stood out? Our Pools writer Liam Kennedy has dished out his player ratings following the match - scroll down and flick through our gallery...

yesterday, 18:12 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool one of few councils left not charging for garden waste collections

Hartlepool gardeners are among the few in the country not having to fork out for green waste collections. Figures released today revealed two thirds of English councils now charge for garden waste collections - some of them with fees of up to £80....

yesterday, 17:30 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool 1 Wrexham 0: Josh Hawkes puts dent in Dragons' National League title ambitions

A fortuitous Josh Hawkes penalty was enough to see Hartlepool claim all three points at the Super 6 Stadium, denting Wrexham's National League title push. The Dragons were just one point off the top of the fifth tier heading into this one and remain...

yesterday, 17:14 in Regional North East
 

Deepcut inquest: Civilian officer hurled drunken abuse at young soldiers the night before Private Geoff...

A civilian officer hurled a drunken "litany of abuse" at young soldiers the night before a private was found dead on a military base, an inquest heard. Private Geoff Gray, from Seaham, was found with two gunshot wounds to his head on...

yesterday, 16:03 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough FC transfer rumours: Ex-Liverpool team-mate wants Stewart Downing plus Jonathan Woodgate "the...

SPL giants Rangers have been linked with move for Middlesbrough winger Stewart Downing - who will see his current Boro contract expire at the end of the season. Downing, who played a key role for Boro in the first half of the campaign, hasn't started...

yesterday, 15:47 in Regional North East
 

'We are not enemies of the people': Hartlepool MP Mike Hill hits back at Theresa May Brexit 'blame'

Hartlepool MP Mike Hill says the Brexit crisis is 'entirely down to Theresa May's own making' after the Prime Minister appeared to blame MPs for its delays. Mr Hill described the language used by Mrs May as even potentially putting MPs' safety at risk...

yesterday, 15:12 in Regional North East
 

Campaign calling on Hartlepool folk to leave the car at home and cycle to work instead

Hartlepool residents are being urged to get on their bikes and support a nationwide initiative this week. Town chiefs are encouraging people to feel the health and other benefits of cycling by joining in Ride to Work Week which takes place between...

yesterday, 13:40 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool United transfer latest as Craig Hignett mulls over squad decisions

Craig Hignett is on the look out for the right blend of youth and experience to lead his National League promotion bid next season. The majority of Pools’ squad is out of contract in the summer, although Hignett is not looking for a total overhaul at...

yesterday, 11:10 in Regional North East
 

Gorgeous pictures as Durham Lumiere team illuminates Apollo Pavilion landmark to celebrate 50th anniversary...

The work is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and as part of celebrations, Artichoke, the organisation behind Durham’s Lumiere festival, commissioned artists from Berlin to transform the brutalist squares into a light and video...

yesterday, 11:00 in Regional North East
 

Crimdon Beach hub plan gets £1.3m boost as Government gives its backing for coastal project

Visitors will be given a warmer welcome to a popular coastal hotspot as plans to create a £2.23million project to create a new community hub received a cash windfall. Durham County Council’s proposals to create a hub for volunteers at Crimdon Beach...

yesterday, 09:06 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool United in the dark over David Edgar’s future with ex-Newcastle United star set to weigh up...

Craig Hignett admits he does not know if signing David Edgar beyond the end of the season is a possibility. The Hartlepool United boss made the admission this week, with the defender set to miss today’s clash with Wrexham due to his Canada national...

yesterday, 07:39 in Regional North East
 

Seven arrests following drugs raid at Hartlepool house today

Seven people have been arrested following a drugs raid on a house in Hartlepool today. Hartlepool Neighbourhood Police Team executed a Section 23 Misuse of Drugs Act warrant in the Cornwall Street area of the town. The warrant was obtained after...

Friday, 22:14 in Regional North East
 


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