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Drivers warned of traffic build-up due to England cricket match

Police are urging motorists to take different routes to avoid the England cricket traffic build-up. Police in Chester-le-Street say they are expecting the roads in the area to be busy today. England are taking on Australia at the Riverside Stadium. A...

Thursday, 10:19 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough's 2018-19 Championship fixtures - Boro kick-off promotion bid away to Millwall

Middlesbrough will kick off their promotion challenge away to Millwall. Millwall challenged Boro for a place in the play-offs last season and it will be a tough opening day test for Tony Pulis' Boro side, who then face former boss Garry Monk at the...

Thursday, 10:19 in Regional North East
 

Feast your eyes on this photo selection from Greatham

We loved the archive scenes from Greatham Feast so much, we have taken another dip into the history books. Here are some scenes from the Feasts of 2003, 2006, 2010 and 2012 and we would love to hear from anyone who can tell us more. Were you a part of...

Thursday, 08:53 in Regional North East
 

Happy Summer Solstice - thousands gather to celebrate longest day

Thousands of people got up early to celebrate the start of the longest day. Today is the Summer Solstice and it has started with a beautiful morning. Crowds gathered at Stonehenge to mark the day and cheered the rise of the sun. Those who observed the...

Thursday, 08:02 in Regional North East
 

Patriotic Hartlepool DJ flying the flag for England in the World Cup

Patriotic Les Watts is certainly flying the flag for England during the World Cup. He has covered his home in Oxford Road, Hartlepool, with St George flags and bunting to show his support for Gareth Southgate’s side in Russia. Les, 55, also has a...

Thursday, 07:36 in Regional North East
 

Will Pools get a cash boost from Jack Baldwin’s imminent sale? Sell on clause details revealed!

Hartlepool United’s summer transfer budget is unlikely to receive a welcome cash boost from the sale of former defender Jack Baldwin. The 24-year-old has been made available for transfer by club Peterborough this summer, with the League One outfit...

Thursday, 07:11 in Regional North East
 

World Cup man’s future on hold for now as Sunderland close in on deals

Jason Steele is on the brink of leaving Sunderland for Brighton, but talks on Wahbi Khazri’s future are likely to be delayed until his World Cup participation is over. The Tunisian seems certain to leave the Black Cats this summer, with a queue of...

Thursday, 06:52 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough set up friendly trip to Spennymoor, while kick-off changes for game at Hartlepool United

Middlesbrough have added a fourth friendly to their pre-season programme ahead of the 2018-19 Sky Bet Championship campaign. Tony Pulis’s side have agreed to visit National League North side Spennymoor Town in their first match in this country,...

Thursday, 06:44 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool’s Middleton Grange to host fun day for good causes

Hartlepool’s Middleton Grange Shopping Centre is set to do its bit for good causes with a special event on Saturday. It is one of 140 centres across the UK taking part in ‘One Great Day’, which is a series of family and community charity events being...

Thursday, 06:19 in Regional North East
 

Church Street in Hartlepool hoped to fully re-open in early August

Hartlepool’s Church Street is hoped to fully reopen to traffic in early August, providing the weather is kind. The street has been out of bounds to traffic for several months as engineers carry out multi-million pound regeneration works on behalf of...

Thursday, 06:19 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool MP highlights disabled man’s benefit discrimination in Parliament

Hartlepool’s MP has called on the Government for more mental health funding after a landmark High Court ruling that a disabled town man had been unlawfully discriminated against when he switched to Universal Credit. Mike Hill raised the case of the...

Thursday, 06:19 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool company’s deal with Taiwan

A Hartlepool company has clinched a deal with Taiwan. The town’s JDR Cable Systems, which supplies power cables to the offshore energy industry, has won an impressive new international contract. We’re thrilled to be working with them to deliver our...

Thursday, 06:19 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool festival to be bigger and better

Hartlepool Waterfront Festival is set to be bigger and better when it returns next month. Following on from the success of last year’s event which attracted 15,000 visitors, the fun starts on Friday, July 20, at 5pm and continues through until Sunday,...

Thursday, 06:19 in Regional North East
 

Work starts on converting Hartlepool landmark building into student flats

Work has started on a major revamp to a landmark building in Hartlepool. Titan House in York Road is being developed to provide accommodation for students attending Cleveland College of Art and Design’s university campus in Hartlepool. The inside will...

Thursday, 06:19 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool close in on second summer signing - prolific non-league striker set to join

Matthew Bates is closing in on his second signing of the summer with prolific non-league frontman Niko Muir set to sign. Pools appear to have won the race to land the in-demand striker, who netted 32 goals for Hendon in the Isthmian League last...

Thursday, 00:32 in Regional North East
 


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