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Jack Ross on new signing and his 'hunger' to be a success at Sunderland

New Sunderland defender Alim Ozturk has his best years ahead of him, with Jack Ross praising his 'hunger' to be a hit on Wearside. The central defender has penned a two-year deal at the Stadium of Light, following his release from Boluspor in his...

Saturday, 21:02 in Regional North East

Shed destroyed in Hartlepool fire

Firefighters tackled a blaze which saw a shed in Hartlepool destroyed earlier today. The fire broke out in Garston Grove shortly after 1pm. Fencing was also damaged in the blaze. A Cleveland Fire Brigade spokesman said: "Cleveland Fire Brigade...

Saturday, 16:55 in Regional North East

10 first aid essentials for your family holiday

With summer in full swing, chances are that lots of fun and adventures are on the cards for kids and adults alike. However, it’s also a good time to make sure you have an up-to-date first aid kit for any scrapes, bruises and minor injuries, whether...

Saturday, 15:24 in Regional North East

Meet the Hartlepool team competing in a World Cup this weekend

A Hartlepool dance school is taking on competitors from across the globe in the Dance World Cup. More than 50 dancers from the Val Armstrong School of Performing Arts are representing their country as part of Team England in the competition which is...

Saturday, 13:29 in Regional North East

Final day for Virgin Trains East Coast as route to be brought back under public control

Virgin Trains East Coast (VTEC) is running services on the East Coast Main Line for the final day on Saturday following the failure of the franchise Trains on the route will be brought back under public control from Sunday, with the London North...

Saturday, 12:19 in Regional North East

Theft, assault, fraud and threatening behaviour: Hartlepool defendants sentenced by magistrates

The following Hartlepool cases were dealt with at Teesside Magistrates’ Court: Claire Ross, 34, of Murray Street, Hartlepool, was sentenced to 15 weeks in prison for theft and breach of a suspended sentence. Mitchell Ferguson, 20, of Bodmin Grove,...

Saturday, 09:29 in Regional North East

Statues to legendary film directors and seaside regeneration unveiled in Hartlepool

Two statues have been unveiled in tribute to Hartlepool’s past and looking to its future. A new sculpture celebrating legendary Hollywood film director brothers Sir Ridley and Tony Scott and their links with the town was officially unveiled at the...

Saturday, 09:29 in Regional North East

Babies’ day out for feast contest in village

Bright and bouncing babies have been on show as events at a village festival continue. The baby show was held as part of Greatham Feast. Prizes were handed out for the best looking tot as well as those who finished second and third in the contest....

Saturday, 09:29 in Regional North East

Hartlepool council slams ‘complete inadequacy’ of special needs funding

Hartlepool council has joined a campaign calling on the Government to sort out the ‘complete inadequacy’ of funding for special needs children. The Schools Cuts Coalition and 39 local authorities, including Hartlepool Borough Council, have written to...

Saturday, 09:29 in Regional North East

Hartlepool MP votes for Parliament to have final say on Brexit deal

Hartlepool MP Mike Hill has explained why he backed a move which will allow Parliament to have a final say on the deal to leave the European Union. Earlier this week the House of Commons again looked at the Brexit Bill and the amendments to it from...

Saturday, 09:29 in Regional North East

Council agrees to mediate in village dispute over rose garden

Hartlepool legal chiefs have stepped in to help try to resolve a dispute between a villager and a parish council over the future of a threatened flower border. John Proudlock, who lives with his 93-year-old mother at Rose Cottage in Dalton Piercy,...

Saturday, 09:29 in Regional North East

Metal created by Hartlepool firm to go on display in Great Exhibition of the North

Specialist materials created by a Hartlepool firm will take their place on an international stage throughout this summer. Two expanded metal mesh triangles designed and manufactured by The Expanded Metal Company have been used in the creation of the...

Saturday, 09:11 in Regional North East

Boss Bates aiming for four new Pools signings in next 10 days

Hartlepool United boss Matthew Bates has set his sights on securing FOUR new signings within the next 10 days. Pools have so far managed to sign just two players after this week adding striker Niko Muir, who reportedly cost around £10,000 from seventh...

Saturday, 07:16 in Regional North East

Food and drink: Kick-starting Britain’s Moroccan food revolution

This tasty dip is the kind you can slather on almost anything. "Zaalouk is my favourite salad-dip hybrid in the entire world," says food writer Nargisse Benkabbou. "I grew up eating loaves of khobz stuffed with creamy zaalouk, small...

Saturday, 06:06 in Regional North East

Fans hail Sir Paul McCartney Carpool Karaoke as 'best ever'

Sir Paul McCartney made a stunning appearance on Carpool Karaoke, reducing host James Corden to tears. The 76-year-old former Beatle toured around his hometown of Liverpool, gifting viewers an incredible glimpse into his early life. A visit to the...

Friday, 19:43 in Regional North East

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