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Major work to start on Monday on £1m improvements to a key route in and out of Hartlepool

Regeneration work is due to start on Monday on £1million of improvements to a key route in and out of Hartlepool. The work – which is expected to be completed by early September – will be carried out on Stockton Street, between the Victoria Road and...

10 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

'The future looks bright' - Liam Kennedy's analysis of Hartlepool United's Leyton Orient draw

Give them a little, they’ll give a whole lot more back. The atmosphere at the Super 6 Stadium has been a hot topic at Hartlepool United this season, but Saturday’s performance from the terraces goes to prove that Poolies are champing at the bit to get...

10 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Liam Kennedy's player ratings: How Hartlepool United players fared against National League leaders Leyton...

Our Pools reporter Liam Kennedy has delivered his verdict following the game - scroll down and flick through our gallery to see how each player performed. 1. Scott Loach - 6 A mixed bag. Missed a cross in the first which almost resulted in a goal, a...

10 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Police arrest 12 at Boro match

Cleveland Police said a dozen people were arrested during the Middlesbrough match against Leeds United at the Riverside Stadium. Match commander, Chief Superintendent John Lyons, has issued a thank you to the law-abiding fans who attended the game. He...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Craig Hignett talks referee decisions, injuries and near misses after Leyton Orient draw

Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett expects duo Myles Anderson and Luke Molyneux to be FIT next weekend, despite suffering what looked like horror injuries. Molyneux came off just before the break with a severely gashed knee, while Anderson was...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool 1 Leyton Orient 1: Kabamba makes it three in three - but Noble penalty miss sees Pools miss out...

Nicke Kabamba's third goal in three games saw Pools claim a point against National League leaders Leyton Orient - but a penalty miss from Liam Noble robbed them of a deserved all three. Jobi McAnuff gave Orient the lead after 27 minutes, but that was...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Gardening: RHS School Gardeners of the Year competition seeks entries from the North East

With a massive skills gap in horticulture, the search to find the next generation of gardeners is on as the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) launches its School Gardeners of the Year 2019 competition. There’s no reason why a north east pupil or...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Tony Pulis and Marcelo Bielsa react as Middlesbrough draw 1-1 with promotion rivals Leeds United

Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis was left frustrated after Leeds United snatched a point deep into added-on time in a dramatic Championship clash. Kalvin Phillips scored late on to seal a point for Leeds, the game finishing 1-1 at the Riverside Stadium....

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool police want to reunite garden ornaments with owner

Police in Hartlepool are hoping to reunite some garden ornaments with their rightful owner. Hartlepool Neighbourhood Police Team said four figures were recovered on Friday, February 8, by the Hartlepool Community Safety Team. They were recovered from...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Leeds United winger taken to hospital after falling ill in dugout during Middlesbrough clash

Leeds winger Jack Clarke was taken to hospital after complaining of illness in the second half of the Sky Bet Championship 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough. There was a lengthy delay after the 18-year-old, who was substituted at half-time, was taken ill in...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Leeds United salvage a point late on against Middlesbrough in dramatic finale at the Riverside

Kalvin Phillips headed Leeds back to the top of the Sky Bet Championship with an equaliser in the 11th minute of stoppage time to frustrate Middlesbrough. Boro looked like climbing to within four points of the top two at the Riverside Stadium courtesy...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Ex-Hartlepool and Sunderland defender Ben Clark opens up on huge challenge facing him at Gateshead

It has been an eventful first month as a manager for former Sunderland and Hartlepool United defender Ben Clark. Three weeks have passed since the 35-year-old was named as successor to Steve Watson at National League play-off challengers Gateshead....

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

Writer brings boxing play based on fighter Glenn McCrory to South Shields

South Tyneside playwright Ed Waugh is aiming for a knockout success when he brings his comedy tear-jerker about the life of boxer Glenn McCrory to South Shields. The new play, Carrying David, will tour the region kicking off on May 31 at the Tyneside...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

'I can't wait to go home' - Hartlepool Eurovision star Michael Rice on what comes next

Hartlepool's very own Euro Star Michael Rice says he can't wait to come home. Millions of people turned in to BBC Two last night to see the 21-year-old blow away the opposition in the race to find the UK's Eurovision Song Contest entry for 2019....

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 

‘He could score Premier League goals’ - Craig Hignett hails Boro conqueror and ex-Hartlepool ace Padraig...

Middlesbrough conqueror Padraig Amond could score goals in the Premier League - that’s the view of Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett. Hignett signed the Irish frontman fresh from a 32-goal season that guided Grimsby back to the Football League. We...

9 February 2019 in Regional North East
 


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