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Rallying call for people to have their say on the state of Hartlepool’s Rossmere Park

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Clockwise from top left, killer Leslie Dowson, victim Stanley Burgon and Mr Burgon's home in Rydal Street, Hartlepool, after the fatal attack.

Twenty-stone Hartlepool killer branded 'overbearing bully' as he is jailed by judge

Crime
Arson attack on charity shop.

Anger as ‘cowardly’ arsonists torch shop which raises thousands for Hartlepool hospice

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Tanzanian footballers looking good in the Pools kit.

Pools’ colours spread all the way to East Africa

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Hartlepool project shows silver surfers how to shop online

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Clean-up campaign launched to target alleyways and yards

Environment

Comedy night is hotting up in Hartlepool

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Young Hartlepool people inspired by Holocaust survivor

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Gemma Lowery has spoken of how she copes with the loss of her son Bradley Lowery.

Bradley Lowery's mum opens her heart on how she copes with the loss of her little fighter

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Laura Zielinski, Michael Stevens, Wendy Beacom

Dual celebration for Hartlepool legal pair

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Watch dramatic footage as plane is forced to abort landing during Storm Orphelia

Transport
Hylton Bridge.

Motorcyclist injured as rush-hour crash causes tailbacks on the A19

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Green light for £1.2m Hartlepool town centre road scheme

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Traffic on Hylton Bridge.

Three-vehicle rush-hour smash blocks A19

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Dominic Raab - Why tougher sentences for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Crime

Twenty-stone Hartlepool killer branded 'overbearing bully' as he is jailed by judge

Crime
Arson attack on charity shop.

Anger as ‘cowardly’ arsonists torch shop which raises thousands for Hartlepool hospice

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From left, Jamie Wyatt, Michael Hughes and Stephen Oliver.

Jury in alleged 'scam tax return' website trial told to put 'strong emotions' to one side

Crime
Three raids on business units in Shotton believed to be linked.

Detectives appealing for information about a string of burglaries

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Young Hartlepool people inspired by Holocaust survivor

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Teesside University has been awarded �250,000  to help fund degree apprenticeships in STEM subjects in the Tees Valley.

University’s £250,000 funding to boost STEM learning

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The entrance to Hart Primary School in Magdalene Drive

Parking plan to protect village pupils wins council support

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Youngsters from Eldon Grove Academy with their Brilliant Club certificates.

Numbers add up for budding Hartlepool maths scholars

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Lauren Railton, St Begas Primary Schools RE Coordinator, with school pupils.

Hartlepool primary school is praised after inspection

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Dual celebration for Hartlepool legal pair

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Teesside University has been awarded �250,000  to help fund degree apprenticeships in STEM subjects in the Tees Valley.

University’s £250,000 funding to boost STEM learning

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Hylton Bridge.

Motorcyclist injured as rush-hour crash causes tailbacks on the A19

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Green light for £1.2m Hartlepool town centre road scheme

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Universal Credit helpline to be switched to freephone number

Politics
Hartlepool MP Mike Hill.

Hartlepool MP Mike Hill welcomes Boundary Commission rethink on constituency borders

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The entrance to Hart Primary School in Magdalene Drive

Parking plan to protect village pupils wins council support

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If agreed by Parliament, the new constituencies will be in use at the next scheduled General Election in 2022.

Shifting the boundaries: Electoral Commission’s new plans for Hartlepool

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Hartlepool MP Mike Hill. Picture by FRANK REID

Hartlepool MP backs tough action over attacks on 999 staff

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Clean-up campaign launched to target alleyways and yards

Environment
Michael Fish's 1987 weather report still defines his career.

The worst weather gaffe in TV history - 30 years on

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So why are the sun and sky such weird colours?

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Most households have to pay for collection of bulky rubbish and garden waste.

Most households now have to pay for collection of bulky rubbish and garden waste

Environment

Bradley Lowery's mum opens her heart on how she copes with the loss of her little fighter

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Do you think sanitary products should be free?

11 things you said about period poverty in the UK

Health
Dawn Vincent and Alison Thompson from the Support Group.

Hartlepool cancer sufferers told: ‘You’re not alone’

Health
Is period poverty a problem for your family?

Why one in 10 young women struggle to afford pads and tampons

Health
Super-sized chocolate bars will be banned in hospital shops and canteens as part of the latest drive against obesity, the head of NHS England has announced.

Super-sized snack ban in hospitals to help curb obesity

Health