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Tony Pulis issues transfer update as Middlesbrough target a striker

Tony Pulis is hoping to tie up 'one or two' new signings before the start of the Championship season. And a new striker is thought to be top of his wishlist - although the Boro boss will only make a move for the 'right' type of player. Aiden Flint and...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Hartlepool mischief makers urged to sign up to reading challenge

Hartlepool youngsters are invited to sign up to a summer reading challenge inspired by one of the nation’s favourite comics. This year’s challenge is called Mischief Makers and is inspired by The Beano, which celebrates its 80th anniversary this...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Hartlepool's Church Street reopens as regeneration work nears end

Hartlepool's Church Street has fully reopened to traffic as multi-million regeneration works nears completion. Vehicles had been prevented from accessing much of the road for around eight months. But the whole length is now back open in both...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Middlesbrough transfer latest as striker set for exit

Middlesbrough striker George Miller looks set to seal a move away from the Riverside Stadium - according to reports. The Telegraph and Argus are reporting that the 19-year-old is set to join Bradford City on a season-long loan deal. Miller, who joined...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Hartlepool Hawks swoop on gold medals at European Championships

Hartlepool Hawks Cheerleading Academy made the country proud after coming home with three gold medals from the European Championships. The Hawks travelled to the Netherlands to represent Team UK in the competition which saw athletes from across Europe...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Gateshead seal loan signing of Middlesbrough youngster

Gateshead have confirmed the signing of Middlesbrough striker Luke Armstrong. Armstrong - the son of former Middlesbrough striker and current Blyth Spartans Manager, Alun - joins the Heed on a season-long loan deal from the Championship side. And boss...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

New police campaign as figures reveal almost one-in-five car thefts is from unlocked vehicle

Almost one one in five thefts from cars is from an unlocked vehicle, the latest figures show. Police are reminding motorists to lock up when they leave their car, as they launch a new vehicle security campaign across County Durham. And they have...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

New North-East crackdown on professional railway thieves

Police and rail staff are launching a new crackdown this week on professional rail thieves. Operation Pulse will run from Monday to Friday and involves officers from Newcastle, York and Edinburgh undertaking high visibility and plain clothed patrols...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Council could take over gyms in Peterlee and Seaham

Leisure centres in Peterlee and Seaham could be taken over by Durham County Council (DCC). The running of the two gyms, currently run by 1Life, a fitness firm, could be brought in-house when their contracts expire in two years time. The proposal has...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Health and social care issues ignored due to ‘dominating’ Brexit says council leader

Brexit is dominating the UK political scene so much that important issues closer to home are being ‘kicked down the road’, according to a North East council boss. Speaking after the Local Government Association (LGA) annual conference, Simon Henig,...

yesterday, 18:51 in Regional North East

Do you know fallen soldier’s family? Appeal from Dutch woman who tended his grave for more than 70 years

A Dutch pensioner who tended the grave of a Hartlepool soldier killed during the Second World War is appealing for help to get in touch with his relatives. Lance Corporal John Chapman died on September 20, 1944, in the Oosterbeek area of Holland...

yesterday, 11:23 in Regional North East

New display set to showcase the history of policing across Cleveland

Historical items showcasing the developments of policing in Cleveland are set to go on public display. As Cleveland Police gets ready to move into the new Community Safety Hub in Hemlington from its old site at Ladgate Lane this month, it has been...

yesterday, 11:23 in Regional North East

Championship rumours: Boro face competition for £11m deal | 'New bids' for £6.5m Leeds target | Updates on...

Middlesbrough and their Championship rivals continue to be linked with a host of players - with the transfer window set to slam shut in under a month. And reports today suggest that Middlesbrough could form part of a three-way battle to land an...

yesterday, 11:23 in Regional North East

Four positives from Hartlepool’s draw with Sunderland

Hartlepool United might have been robbed of their League One scalp due to a last-gasp Sunderland strike, but that goal did little to take the shine off their overall show. Disciplined, organised and with a considerable threat, Pools looked at home...

yesterday, 09:36 in Regional North East

Union suspends Arriva Rail North strike pending talks in driver-only trains row

A planned strike in the long-running dispute over the role of guards on trains has been called off. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union on Arriva Rail North were due to walk out for 24 hours on Saturday, July 21. It would have been...

yesterday, 08:56 in Regional North East

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