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Hartlepool drugs boss ordered to pay back fraction of dealing profit

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Rydal Street, Hartlepool, after Mr Burgon was found in November.

Man pleads not guilty to murdering Stanley Burgon, who died after suffering head injuries in Hartlepool street

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The annual summertime ban on dogs on Seaton Carew Beach came into effect on may 1 and lasts until September 30. A man walks his dog on the beach on the first day of the ban.

Council bosses declare war on irresponsible dog owners

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Mike Hil

Health campaigner set to contest Hartlepool General Election for Labour

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Hartlepool services remember workers who did not come home

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Sunderland AFC record £33million loss

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Jobs joy for friends - and all in the same Hartlepool shop

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CCTV appeal to find woman wanted over incident at Morrisons in Hartlepool

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Police are appealing for information about a collision in Hartlepool.

Police appeal for witnesses to Hartlepool collision

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Darren Bates

Thug who terrorised his girlfriend during 10-week relationship is jailed

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Drivers warned to expect delays as holidaymakers take to the roads

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Police, Crime and Victims Commissioner Ron Hogg says improving road safety is a priority.

Speeding clampdown sees 80 drivers a day caught out

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Friday's strike in numbers.

Rail reminder: How Sunderland and Hartlepool services are affected by Friday's train strike

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The delays were on the southbound section of the A19. Image: Google Maps.

Delays on A19 because of broken down vehicle

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An Arriva train.

Train strike to go ahead after talks fail

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Hartlepool drugs boss ordered to pay back fraction of dealing profit

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Rydal Street, Hartlepool, after Mr Burgon was found in November.

Man pleads not guilty to murdering Stanley Burgon, who died after suffering head injuries in Hartlepool street

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Police in Hartlepool want to trace the woman in this CCTV image in connection with an incident in Morrisons.

CCTV appeal to find woman wanted over incident at Morrisons in Hartlepool

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Police are appealing for information about a collision in Hartlepool.

Police appeal for witnesses to Hartlepool collision

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Young people in Hartlepool appealing for unwanted bikes

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MP Iain Wright meets with Year 4 students at Eldon Grove Academy

MP calls for more money for Hartlepool school pupils

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Staff and youngsters at Dene House's Sunshine Nursery celebrating a good Ofsted report.

Nursery is bringing sunshine to the lives of youngsters

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Durham County Council's main base at County Hall in Durham.

Meetings start with Durham County Council over next stage of teaching assistant review

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Dave Shaw and his dog Pedro.

Hartlepool ‘dog whisperer’ spreads canine powers across the region

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Hartlepool services remember workers who did not come home

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Ellis Short

Sunderland AFC record £33million loss

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Danielle Collier (left) with Collier and Wood staff (left to right) Anne Williams, Marge Smethurst and Elaine Henderson. Picture by FRANK REID

Jobs joy for friends - and all in the same Hartlepool shop

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Are you heading away this weekend? Picture: PA.

Drivers warned to expect delays as holidaymakers take to the roads

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Health campaigner set to contest Hartlepool General Election for Labour

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Coun Ben Houchen

Pools legend Keith Houchen backs nephew in Tees Valley Mayoral race

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File photo dated 18/06/1984 of riot police watching as pickets face them against a background of burning cars at the Orgreave coke works in Yorkshire during the miners' strike. Picture by PA.

Government urged to end 'secrets' over Orgreave and give former mining communities the truth

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Ukip leader Paul Nuttall during the party's manifesto launch

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall is set to visit Hartlepool on election trail

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Council bosses declare war on irresponsible dog owners

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At Wapping Burn are, from left, Wear Rivers Trust secretary Neil Ashforth, local volunteer William Wilkinson, Sandra Wardle from Novus Business Centre , Jim Wood from Caterpillar, and local volunteer Gary Smith helping out with the final day wetland planting task.

Bringing neglected wildlife habitat back to life

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The huge Delta rig heading to Hartlepool.

One of the world’s biggest ships is setting sail for Hartlepool

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Crimdon beach at the  North end of Crimdon Dene Holiday Park. Picture by FRANK REID

Volunteers urged to help clean up Durham Heritage Coast

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£20,000 boost for Hartlepool’s Alice House Hospice

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A warning has been issued by Cleveland Police over fears heroin could be contaminated with other, stronger drugs.

Warning dealers could be contaminating heroin with drugs up to 100 times more potent than morphine

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Peterlee Community Hospital.

Change to parking charges at Peterlee Community Hospital

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Luke Allison with parents Anthony and Sue Allison.

Hartlepool teen who battled back from two brain operations calls on community to support charity

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Darren Powell (left) and Neil Birkenshaw, with Bradley's banner outside Leeds United's Elland Road ground.

Charitable footie fans set to bring Bradley Lowery banner to Stadium of Light

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