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Police chief says prison sentence for football thug Paul Mitchell after punching Jack Grealish ‘won’t do...

A police chief has waded into the row over the football yob who punched Jack Grealish during last week’s Birmingham derby. Birmingham City supporter Paul Mitchell was jailed on Monday (March 11) for attacking the Aston Villa midfielder. But speaking...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

‘The issue we have across Hartlepool is under-reporting’: Cleveland Police warning that residents are not...

Police have warned residents in Hartlepool about crimes being under-reported and urged them to log issues with local officers. Officers from Cleveland Police said it is vital residents report issues to give them intelligence to tackle crimes during a...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Outline approval for 1,200 home High Tunstall plan rubber-stamped by Hartlepool council planners

Plans outlining the development of 1,200 new homes and community facilities have been rubber stamped almost five years since proposals were submitted. Prism Planning have secured outline approval for 1,200 homes, a new distributor road, a pub,...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

This is when snow is set to hit the North East as Met Office issues yellow weather warnings

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow to the north east as an area of low pressure is set to run into cold air. This weather warning is in place from 4am to 9pm on Saturday (16 March), covering Durham, Gateshead, Newcastle upon...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough defender Daniel Ayala available to face Aston Villa, Norwich and Bristol City after red card...

Daniel Ayala will be available for Middlesbrough's trip to Aston Villa this weekend after his red card against Preston was successfully overturned. The Spanish centre-back was shown a straight red card by referee Keith Stroud during Boro's 2-1 defeat...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Dozens of your Hartlepool Comic Relief Red Nose Day pictures

Thanks to everyone who has sent us their 2019 pictures and to all the town’s fundraisers. We’ll be adding more pictures later on Friday. Red Nose Day in Hartlepool. Lily, George, Connor & Caleb. Picture: Rebecca Quinn HPL_15/03/2019_HM RND Rebecca...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Ex-Sunderland midfielder Adam Bale reveals why he joined Hartlepool United

Hartlepool United have completed the signing of former Sunderland midfielder Adam Bale until the end of the season. The 20-year-old impressed during a trial period last month, when he played in a behind-closed-doors friendly game at Middlesbrough....

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Bradley Lowery's dad gets touching tattoo of special little boy

The dad of inspirational Bradley Lowery has had a portrait of the special youngster tattooed on his chest and says it's so he always has him close to his heart. The touching tattoo includes a picture of Bradley wearing a Batman hat and his radiant...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

'Once you are a nuclear dump, you are forever' and 13 more things you said about Hartlepool being used to...

Readers have been reacting to news that Hartlepool, has been identified as a potential site for underground storage of the UK's radioactive waste. A nationwide process is underway to find a site somewhere in England or Wales suitable for a Geological...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Cleveland Police increase patrols after dozens killed and injured in terror attack on two mosques in New...

Police are increasing patrols around places of worship today in a bid to 'reassure' communities after the New Zealand terror attack. Forty nine people have died and at least 20 have been wounded in the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, in New...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

'Arson is a crime, it causes untold damage within communities': Cleveland Fire Brigade crackdown launched...

Fire chiefs are clamping down on arson attacks as part of a national campaign being launched next week. Cleveland Fire Brigade is continuing to clampdown on deliberately set fires as part of national Arson Awareness Week from March 18 to 22. Steve...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Train delays as East Coast Mainline blocked due to object caught in overhead line

Trains between Newcastle and Darlington have been blocked due to an object being caught on the overhead electric wires. Trains are currently unable to run on the southbound line between Newcastle and Darlington. This is due to an object being caught...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Brexit Fishing For Leave flotilla sets sail on the River Tyne

A flotilla of fishing boats has set off along the River Tyne to protest against the Prime Minister's Brexit plans. The demonstration comes the day before former Ukip leader Nigel Farage starts out on his March to Leave, from Sunderland to London. The...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Hospital patient gets bedside makeover as she spends three months in hospital after fall while visiting...

A hospital hairdresser took room service to a new level when she gave a patient a bedside makeover. Hospital patient Sandra Williams ended up in hospital for three months after she suffered a fall when visiting her daughter Michelle Williams in...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 

Labour take by-election seat: New councillor vows to tackle road safety, litter and fly-tipping

The race for the Durham County Council seat left vacant by the death of a long-serving councillor was comfortably won by the Labour Party last night. Wingate, in the east of the county, was left without a representative following the death of Coun...

15 March 2019 in Regional North East
 


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