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Councillors vow they ‘will not be lied to’ after fertility unit rift with hospital trust

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Minister at the Department for Exiting the European Union, Steve Baker (left) with Craig Dohring station director at Hartlepool Power Station.

Minister promises Hartlepool’s nuclear power station has bright future after Brexit

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The 'severed hand' found on the A19. Credit: Cleveland & Durham RPU.

A19 lane closure after 'severed hand' found in central reservation

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May Street, Hartlepool. Credit: Google.

Firefighters tackle early-hours house blaze in Hartlepool

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Brave fundraisers sign up for bungee jump to help little girl walk

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Men’s life-saving work over the decades to be recognised at charity’s award night

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Comedy club to get audiences giggling again with autumn shows

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Swimmer’s decade of devoted fundraising for dementia support centre

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Students at East Durham College.

College wins £130,000 boost to get students fitter

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One of the car parking areas in Seaton Carew.

People can have their say on seafront parking in Seaton Carew

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A19 lane closure after 'severed hand' found in central reservation

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Ryanair

Ryanair pilots reject £12,000 bonus offers to help ease cancellation crisis - and instead ask for better contracts

Transport
Have you been affected by Ryanair's cancellations?

Ryanair passengers 'told to pay twice for extras when re-booking'

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Virgin Trains East Coast

Virgin Trains East Coast to auction empty first class seats to standard class passengers

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Northern passengers are facing more disruption next month.

More rail strike misery for North-East train passengers

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New cycling law likely after mum killed by bicycle courier

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'Hundreds of complaints' flooded in to trading standards about alleged scam tax website, court told

Crime
Anti-social behaviour increasing in Mill House area of Hartlepool.

Youths terrorising Hartlepool residents

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Luther Paul Ankonum, also known as Luther Smith.

Rooftop siege man jailed after admitting string of crimes

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College wins £130,000 boost to get students fitter

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Teaching assistants on a previous demo outside County Hall in Durham

Education chiefs put forward improved pay offer for teaching assistants in bid to end dispute

Education
Jessica Yong with maths teacher Tina Davison.

Hartlepool pupil’s top marks in GCSE exam – aged just 13!

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Sunderland College's city centre campus.

Sunderland College accused of ‘blatant’ ad-van stunt to poach students from rival providers

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Several protests have been held outside County Hall as teaching assistants and supporters voiced concern over proposed contract changes.

'Final offer' to be put to teaching assistants in bid to end pay dispute

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A19 lane closure after 'severed hand' found in central reservation

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One of the car parking areas in Seaton Carew.

People can have their say on seafront parking in Seaton Carew

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Ryanair

Ryanair pilots reject £12,000 bonus offers to help ease cancellation crisis - and instead ask for better contracts

Transport
Directors Victoria Brunton and Amanda Jackson celebrate with the Hospitality Guaranteed team.

Award is Guarantee of quality for events firm

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Councillors vow they ‘will not be lied to’ after fertility unit rift with hospital trust

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Minister at the Department for Exiting the European Union, Steve Baker (left) with Craig Dohring station director at Hartlepool Power Station.

Minister promises Hartlepool’s nuclear power station has bright future after Brexit

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Sir Vince Cable. Picture by PA

'We're not just Ukip in reverse' - Sir Vince Cable calls for wealth taxes at Lib Dem party conference

Politics
Grahame Morris, MP for Easington, is on the road to recovery.

MP opens up about cancer fight as he thanks NHS, friends, family and Jeremy Corbyn for support

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South Tyneside District Hospital

‘Lessons must be learned’ says Hartlepool MP after hospital held on to human tissue samples

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Hartlepool lifeboat search for missing person

Environment
This year's Great British Beach Clean is running from September 15 until September 18.

Will you take part in this year's Great British Beach Clean?

Environment
Will you be cycling to work today?

On our bikes - it's Cycle to Work Day

Health

Councillors vow they ‘will not be lied to’ after fertility unit rift with hospital trust

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98% of GP practices in the North East have been rated as 'good' or 'outstanding'.

North East has largest percentage of 'good' and 'outstanding' GP practices

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Oriental eye worm poses 'significant threat' to UK dogs and cats, warn vets

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Workmen at Mulberry House in Peterlee.

Work begins on £750,000 housing project

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The research found that parents identify more girls and fewer boys with depressive symptoms.

One in four girls aged 14 suffer from depression, study shows

Health