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Hundreds of messages flood in for Bradley Lowery after scan finds new tumour

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John Moore with North East Ambulance Service staff Iain Hendy (left) and Jamie Pattison

Grandad thanks ambulance team who saved his life

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Hartlepool Sixth Form College students are get ready for world of work.

Town teens ‘graduate’ as fit for work

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Students ‘horrified’ at unique film location

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Pupils will be horsing around with new riding initiative

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Storm Doris: Can I claim compensation for a delayed flight?

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Family’s delight as £50,000 appeal to help Hartlepool boy Alfie Smith walk reaches its target

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Drivers have been warned to take extra care as Storm Doris brings torrential rain to the region.

Drivers warned to take extra care as Storm Doris brings torrential rain to the North East

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John Twidale outside of his Whistlewood Close home. Picture by FRANK REID

Hartlepool homeowner threatened with court for paving over his front garden

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Storm Doris: Can I claim compensation for a delayed flight?

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The incident happened on the A19 southbound near the A689 turn off. Image copyright Google Maps.

One horse hit by vehicle after ponies run loose on A19

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Winter weather is predicted to return to the North East later this week.

Snow warning for County Durham motorists

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Drivers spend an average of five days stuck in traffic last year, a study found.

Drivers spending five days a year stuck in traffic jams

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The accident happened at this junction.

Cyclist dies after collision in Sunderland

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Hartlepool sex charge man denies knowing victim

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The site of the former public toilets in Burn Valley Gardens at the junction of Stockton Road, Blakelock Road, Hartlepool. Picture by FRANK REID

Man denies being part of Hartlepool sex abuse ring

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Teesside Magistrates' Court

Hartlepool woman posed as psychic to con cash in Facebook scam

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Briarfields. Picture Google street view

Sentimental instrument snatched in shed burglary

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Town teens ‘graduate’ as fit for work

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East Durham College media students with the Trident 1C.

Students ‘horrified’ at unique film location

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Helping out in the stables Hope Wood Academy students, left, Harry Hudson, 10, Tom Paylor-Bent, 10 and Washington Riding Centre education support officer Tracy Steel with Archie the horse.

Pupils will be horsing around with new riding initiative

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Rift House Primary School site supervisor Karen Malone is celebrating 30 years at the school.

Caretaker Karen celebrates 30 years at Hartlepool school

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Counting chicken nuggets can help pre-school children develop maths skills.

How chicken nuggets can help pre-school kids learn to count

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Here's what to do if your flight is delayed due to Storm Doris. Picture: Pixabay.

Storm Doris: Can I claim compensation for a delayed flight?

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The incident happened on the A19 southbound near the A689 turn off. Image copyright Google Maps.

One horse hit by vehicle after ponies run loose on A19

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The Ad Hoc team outside one of their properties.

Ever fancied living in an old vicarage? Now’s your chance

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Phillippa and Geoff deserving winners

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Steve Gooderham with his parking petition in Seaton Carew. Picture by FRANK REID

Seaton parking charges due to be introduced despite protests

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From left Clive Hall of Hartlepool Foodbank, Councillor Alan Clark and Steven Carter, the councils health improvement practitioner during last year's pilot project

Back for seconds: The holiday hunger scheme which helped 2,000 people

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Lord Mandelson appearing on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show. Pic: BBC.

Former Hartlepool MP Lord Mandelson warns against 'Brexit at all costs'

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The University Hospital of Hartlepool.

Calls for health chiefs to try again to get hospital fertility service provider

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Greatham Village prepares for annual Snowdrop Sunday celebration

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Work to repair the damage has started

Repair works after ancient Headland wall damaged by strong seas

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Another view of the maintenance work. Pic: Ashley Foster.

Hartlepool Marina lock emptied for first time in more than 20 years

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Thousands of plastic pellets have been found washed up on the beach at Seaton Carew, Hartlepool.

Thousands of tiny plastic 'nurdles' washed up on Hartlepool beach

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Hundreds of messages flood in for Bradley Lowery after scan finds new tumour

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John Moore with North East Ambulance Service staff Iain Hendy (left) and Jamie Pattison

Grandad thanks ambulance team who saved his life

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Head of midwifery Janet Mackie pictured signing the charter.

Extra support for Hartlepool and North Tees midwives

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Many nurses feel they are too busy to give dying patients high-quality care, a new poll suggests. Picture: PA.

Two-thirds of nurses struggle to find time to care properly for the dying

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How much do you drink?

Men who sup more than seven pints of beer a week for several years ‘raise heart disease risk’

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