Your 7-day catch up

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WELCOME to Your 7-day catch-up where we bring you a round-up of the top stories featured on your Hartlepool Mail website throughout the week.

Monday’s Mail saw the headline ‘What a sickener’ when figures revealed Hartlepool as the sickest town in the North-East for the number of people on health-related benefits.

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Monday also brought great news that brave cancer sufferer Bradley Doyle was back home in Hartlepool after months in hospital.

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A cash crisis could spend the end of the Citizens Advice Bureau was making the news on Tuesday.

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And Tuesday also saw the start of our Election 2012 run-in with Burn Valley kicking off the coverage to May 3.

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We got some ‘Lessons from the Law’ on Wednesday as figures revealed police had been called out to secondary schools in Hartlepool 123 times in 12 months.

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Wednesday also brought news that the mum of our little princess Becky Bell will start this year’s Race for Life in Hartlepool in her daughter’s memory.

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It was a ‘Cracking’ Thursday as Hartlepool police revealed a record low in crime figures for the town.

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It was down also for unemployment figures – a welcome boost even though it was just seven

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And Frank and Hopeful delivered their predictions ahead of Hartlepool’s clash with Tranmere yesterday.

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Also don’t miss their verdict in Monday’s video episode.

And it was ‘Gown and out’ on Friday as a gran, 71, told how she was stranded in her dressing gown and slippers at a hospital A&E at 5am after being treated.

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And the votes were in....as Friday also saw the final four of the Mail’s 2012 Bride of the Year competition revealed.

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The final will take place on Tuesday – so watch out for your winner at www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk on Wednesday.