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Exclusive: Crewe defender Michael Raynes set for surprise Hartlepool United return

Michael Raynes could be set for a shock return to Hartlepool United - before the end of the season. The 31-year-old central defender suffered an Achilles tear just three games into his Pools loan and was sent back to Crewe Alexandra to recover. That...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Wetherspoons launches gourmet vegan burger - this is why you can't get it in Hartlepool yet

Vegans have been rejoicing as popular pub chain launches a new plant-based burger - but diners won't be able to try the new option in Hartlepool at present. Pub chain JD Wetherspoon has launched new "Vegan Burger" and "Gourmet Vegan...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Council to make a decision on plans for Bradley Lowery Foundation's holiday home next month

A decision on plans to build a holiday home for sick children in Scarborough by the family of Bradley Lowery is set for next month. Six-year-old Bradley died in July 2017 having been diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was 18-months-old. One of his...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Bradley Lowery Foundation launches new support helpline for families of children with cancer

The mum of inspirational youngster Bradley Lowery has spoke of the importance of having someone to talk to - as the foundation created in his name launched a new support helpline for the families of ill youngsters. His mum Gemma Lowery set up the...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough transfer news: Tony Pulis handed setback in pursuit of £2million striker

While the summer transfer window is still months away, Middlesbrough have reportedly already been handed a setback. Attacking reinforcements are thought to be high on Tony Pulis' wishlist in the summer after he failed to secure his desired targets...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

By-election set to be held this week following death of serving councillor

A new county councillor is set to be elected in East Durham this week. The four-way fight for the  Wingate division will take place in a by-election on Thursday, March 14. This follows the death of long-serving councillor Robert ‘Leo’ Taylor who died...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool United skipper Ryan Donaldson talks squad depth and the impact of unseen new boy Gavan Holohan

Gavan Holohan may not have been able to make his first-team debut at Hartlepool, but he's already shown his class behind the scenes. Pools' skipper Ryan Donaldson admits he's been impressed by the Irish midfielder, yet to receive international...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

999 and 101 services to be returned to Cleveland Police from May as emergency calls rise by 28%

Emergency calls service for Cleveland Police is set to be operated by the force from May after being privately operated for almost 10 years. Cleveland Police has announced that the Force Control Room will transfer back from Sopra Steria on May 1 this...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Dedicated cancer care volunteers from Hartlepool's hospital trust win national NHS award for their devotion...

A selfless team of cancer care volunteers has won a national honour to recognise their contribution to the NHS. The Cancer Information Centre Volunteers team from North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation was named as the winner in the Team of the Year...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Police chief set to retire this summer after nearly 40 years of service

A police chief constable has announced his decision to retire from policing in the summer. Mike Barton, currently chief constable with Durham Constabulary, will step down in June after 39 years in uniform and seven years at Durham. This morning, Mr...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Raj Singh outlines his ambitious Hartlepool United target for next season as he vows to back Craig Hignett...

Hartlepool United chairman Raj Singh expects Craig Hignett mount a credible promotion challenge next season after a campaign of "consolidation". Pools are back in the top half of the National League table for the first time in a while,...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Northern Rail lines blocked after lorry hits bridge

Northern Rail has announced all of its train lines are blocked due to a lorry hitting a bridge. The train company had reported that the lorry has hit the bridge at Dawdon. All services between Newcastle and Nunthorpe are currently unable to run and...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

SEVEN key Hartlepool United players Craig Hignett could build his National League promotion push around

For the first time in his reign, Hartlepool United manager Craig Hignett has admitted that contracts, and getting players tied down, is on the immediate agenda. Speaking on Saturday, the manager said: “We have to tie people down - over the next month...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

These are the worst streets in Hartlepool for anti-social behaviour

There were 339 incidents of anti-social behaviour in the town - an average of almost 11 a day - in December 2018 (the most recent month for which figures are available). The figures are from the website www.police.uk, which records statistics by crime...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Vote: Should cars be banned from 'idling' near schools to help cut pollution?

Health experts have said that cars should be stopped from idling near schools in a bid to cut pollution. Public Health England (PHE) will call for a range of new measures to be introduced in a new report. As well as stopping cars near schools gates,...

11 March 2019 in Regional North East
 


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