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DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL: Call to squeeze landlords over empty homes

Landlords could be squeezed for more than £1.5m if they leave homes sitting empty under new plans. Almost 7,000 properties have been left vacant across County Durham, according to figures obtained by Durham County Council’s opposition Liberal...

Friday, 13:10 in Regional North East
 

Pavilion named after Apollo moon landing to celebrate its 50th birthday

A landmark named after the first moon landing will celebrate its half century this year. The Apollo Pavilion at Peterlee was completed in 1969 and named as a lasting tribute to that year’s Apollo landing, which saw American astronauts Neil Armstrong...

Friday, 12:40 in Regional North East
 

These bus stops will be out of action during Hartlepool road resurfacing this weekend

A number of bus stops on a main Hartlepool road will be out of action this weekend to allow for resurfacing work. Three stops on the southbound carriageway of Easington Road will be out of service from 7pm on Friday, February 15. They are at John Howe...

Friday, 12:20 in Regional North East
 

Stockton Calling festival announces The Orielles as headliners for new stage

Multi-venue music festival Stockton Calling has added a new stage for its 10th anniversary - and today revealed who will headline it. ARC 2 is a new 250-capacity stage for this year’s event, which takes place on Saturday, April 20, and the organisers...

Friday, 12:20 in Regional North East
 

Craig Hignett on an exciting Hartlepool United partnership and why fringe man will have a big part to play

Craig Hignett has praised Nicke Kabamba and Luke James’ developing partnership at Hartlepool United. But while impressed with the current duo, the Pools boss has backed all of his attacking players to make an impact before the end of the season. The...

Friday, 12:20 in Regional North East
 

Around the churches in Hartlepool sees concerts and fundraisers

Did you get a Valentine yesterday? So who was Valentine? He is the patron saint of lovers, epileptics and beekeepers. By some accounts, St Valentine was a Roman priest and physician who suffered martyrdom during the persecution of Christians by the...

Friday, 12:14 in Regional North East
 

Rail lines blocked after person hit by a train

Railway lines have been blocked after a person was hit by a train. The incident happened at Northallerton in North Yorkshire earlier today. LNER has tweeted: #LNERUpdate It's with sadness we report that, due to a person being hit by a train at...

Friday, 11:58 in Regional North East
 

Local company pushes the importance of community in work spaces

In its first three years, HootSuite, the social media management tool, grew from zero to three million users using very little marketing and a big focus on building a community. A community can be a powerful tool. Even if the community isn’t focused...

Friday, 11:58 in Regional North East
 

Comeback kings table: All Premier League and Football League clubs ranked in order of points gained from...

Some teams just don't know when they're beaten - but who are THE comeback kings in the Premier League and Football League? Here, we take a look at EVERY Premier League and Football League clubs' record when falling behind in matches - ranking them in...

Friday, 11:28 in Regional North East
 

How businesses can help hospital chiefs to stub out smoking

Health bosses are appealing to local business for support as it bids to go entirely smoke free by the end of March. North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is currently on a countdown to see smoking banished from both of its hospital sites in...

Friday, 11:13 in Regional North East
 

Two minutes of drama! What a fight back in this London trip to remember for Pools

Sometimes, a great fight back can make for the best entertainment. It was definitely the case for Pools when, 23 years ago, they headed for London to take on Fulham at Craven Cottage. And for the vast part of the match, it looked as if it was going to...

Friday, 11:06 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough face injury crisis as Blackburn plans revealed: Tony Pulis offers key updates

Tony Pulis faced the press ahead of Middlesbrough's trip to Blackburn Rovers - and there was plenty on the agenda. Boro make the trip to Ewood Park on Sunday (kick-off 1pm), with Pulis admitting his squad are down to the bare bones ahead of a tough...

Friday, 10:05 in Regional North East
 

'Warm, welcoming and brimming with good vibrant Hartlepool people': Community football club hails the town...

A community football club has praised the town following its portrayal in the TV show Skint Britain: Friends Without Benefits. Bosses at Hartlepool FC have been the latest to speak out following the town's portrayal on the Channel 4 documentary...

Friday, 09:09 in Regional North East
 

Nicke Kabamba reveals how Craig Hignett is helping him to flourish at Hartlepool United

Nicke Kabamba is relishing the chance to learn from Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett. The striker has been a revelation since arriving at the Super 6 Stadium, netting three times in his three outings for the club thus far. But Kabamba knows he...

Friday, 09:05 in Regional North East
 

Middlesbrough youngster in-line to start for Accrington at Sunderland

Middlesbrough youngster Luke Armstrong could be handed a chance to impress against Sunderland this evening. The 22-year-old has been handed just two starts since completing a loan switch to the Accrington Stanley, and was dropped out of the starting...

Friday, 08:49 in Regional North East
 


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