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Scott Loach: A consistent Hartlepool, will emerge a promoted Hartlepool

Promotion is the overriding aim for Hartlepool United this summer, according to Scott Loach. And the keeper knows it will be consistency that gets Pools up there and challenging, nothing else. Last season a number of sides played flashy football, were...

Friday, 10:09 in Regional North East
 

Championship transfer rumours: Middlesbrough eye double loan deal | Leeds striker deal boost | Updates on...

The transfer window may have closed, but Championship clubs can still bring in new faces until the end of August. And that has lead to a fresh round of transfer rumours, with reports today suggesting that Middlesbrough are in the market for a double...

Friday, 09:21 in Regional North East
 

Boy, 12, suffers 'serious injuries' after being knocked off bike by car

Police are appealing for witnesses after a boy suffered serious injuries when he was knocked of his bike by a car. The incident happened on the A181 between Wheatley Hill and Wingate yesterday just after 4pm and involved a 12-year-old boy. It is...

Friday, 09:08 in Regional North East
 

Traffic delays due to protest near Hartlepool

Drivers are facing delays this morning because of a protest on a busy road near Hartlepool. The action is taking place in Huntsman Drive, near Port Clarence. Drivers are being advised to take alternative routes. A spokeswoman for Cleveland Police said...

Friday, 09:00 in Regional North East
 

Hundreds of Ryanair flights cancelled due to pilot strikes

Hundreds of Ryanair flights will not take off as planned today due to pilot strikes in five countries. Staff in Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands are staging a 24-hour walkout over pay and conditions. The airline said 396 flights...

Friday, 08:44 in Regional North East
 

Hartlepool United must remain on the front foot in National League quest - Matthew Bates

Matthew Bates has revealed he’s ordered his Hartlepool United players to impose themselves on their National League opponents. Far too often last season Pools were passive in games, not showing the cutting edge to influence at one end as well as being...

Friday, 07:19 in Regional North East
 

Heavy showers, hail and lightning forecast for North East

If you're heading out today, take a rain coat. Heavy showers are expected to develop in the North East today, with the possibility of lightning and hail, interspersed with sunny spells, according to the Met Office. It will be cooler than previous...

Friday, 07:16 in Regional North East
 

Fundraising for Hartlepool murdered mum’s funeral tops £2,200

A fundraising appeal created in memory of murdered mum Kelly Franklin has topped £2,200. It has been set up to raise funds for the funeral of Kelly, a 29-year-old mum of three, who died following a street attack in Oxford Road, Hartlepool last Friday...

Friday, 06:13 in Regional North East
 

See who has been crowned Hartlepool’s Carnival Prince and Princess

Hartlepool Carnival royalty were crowned at an event to choose this year’s Prince and Princess. Fourteen-year-olds Nicole Gough and Jonathan Little were selected after around a dozen youngsters competed for the honour. They will lead Saturday’s...

Friday, 06:13 in Regional North East
 

Politicians call for more funding as poorer Hartlepool students lagging over two years behind

Town politicials say ‘chronic underfunding’ has led to secondary school pupils who come from poorer households in Hartlepool lagging more than two years behind their peers nationwide. Think tank The Education Policy Institute found in Hartlepool the...

Friday, 06:13 in Regional North East
 

Roadworks Round-up: Where you may face delays in the Hartlepool area on Friday

Here’s a list of roadworks taking place on Friday: Bruce Crescent, Hartlepool: Road closure for sewer works, until August 23. Wolviston Roundabout, Stockton: Lane closures for signal works, overnight 6pm to 6am, Sunday to Thursday. Caroline Sreet,...

Friday, 05:40 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough forced to dip into loan market after two deals collapse on disappointing deadline day

Middlesbrough will be forced to dip into the loan market after attempts to sign Muhamed Besic and Yannick Bolasie collapsed. Boro appeared nailed on to re-sign Besic, 25, following the Bosnian midfielder’s impressive loan spell at the end of last...

Thursday, 20:30 in Regional North East
 

Help conserve our dwindling butterfly numbers by taking part in survey

The Big Butterfly Count ends tomorrow), so you just have time to take part – you have until the end of the month to submit your figures. It’s vital that we keep account of butterfly numbers every year, especially during these times of extreme...

Thursday, 18:06 in Regional North East
 

Muhamed Besic's move to Middlesbrough collapses after disagreement over agent fees

Muhamed Besic's transfer to Middlesbrough has collapsed due to a disagreement over agent fees. The 25-year-old looked set to rejoin Boro from Everton after spending the second half of last season on loan at the Riverside. A £6million fee had been...

Thursday, 18:06 in Regional North East
 

Here's how Middlesbrough can sign Mo Besic after the transfer window closes

Middlesbrough are chasing a deal for Mo Besic - and could have some extra time in which to seal the deal. While the transfer window is set to slam shut at 5pm this evening, Middlesbrough could have an extra two hours in which to finalise the details...

Thursday, 17:31 in Regional North East
 


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