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Letter of the week: Will scheme to improve Hartlepool's Church Street be money well spent?

Church Street is to receive its due and be returned to its Edwardian glory (fingers crossed).

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Our reader wants us to remember two things about Ben Houchen's triumph as the new Tees Valley Mayor.

Letter of the week: Let's not forget two things about the new Tees Valley mayor's victory

Ben Houchen, the Tory candidate, managed an extraordinary victory on May 4, winning the Tees Valley mayoral election.

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The Commonwealth flag rises either side of Hartlepool Borough Council flags. Our letter writer is advocating a different combination of flags outside the main council buildings.

Letter of the week: Why not fly the flags for both sides of Hartlepool?

Each Monday morning several members of the RASC/RCT Association meet up in a local hostelry for breakfast.

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Tom Binns's character DJ Ivan Brackenbury gives the thumbs up in Hospital People. Our writer, however, gives the series the thumbs down for a number of reasons.

Letter of the week: Filming comedy series at University Hospital of Hartlepool is an insult to town

What an insult to the people and patients of Hartlepool

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Prime Minister Theresa May has called a snap election.

Letter of the week: General Election writing was on the wall

The announcement from the Prime Minister on April 18 of a snap General Election in June confirms what I have been writing and talking about for some time.

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Our writer is unhappy about dog bans and recycling charges.

Letter of the week: I am entitled to a good whinge over recycling charges and dog bans

It’s started already.

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Fears for war looming over Syria

Fears for war looming over Syria

Am I the only person that is deeply troubled by what is happening in Syria?

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The Tall Ships in 2010 brought in the crowds - and the traffic.

Letter of the week: Another huge waste of Hartlepool funds

Remember the total farce those on Hartlepool Borough Council created over the Tall Ships parking?

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Parking charges are on the way to Seaton Carew.

Letter of the week: Councillors think Hartlepool residents have "bottomless cash pockets"

I write about fly-tipping and its depositors.

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Jacksons Landing.

Cut the number of Hartlepool councillors

How long can Hartlepool Borough Council put its errors of judgement on the people?

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Our writer is angry with anti-Brexit campaigners.

Anti-Brexit "Big hitters" will never be forgiven

Some newspapers are full of anti-Brexit articles wishing to upset the democratic vote by the British people to leave the EU.

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Questioning Inspiration’s Coffee House cost control

Questioning Inspiration’s Coffee House cost control

I read the article (Mail, February 13) relating to the possible closure of Inspiration’s Coffee House in Tanfield Road with some concern, but also with some surprise.

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Social care change needs to start here

Social care change needs to start here

I write in response to Call for action on social care crisis in town (Mail, February 9).

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Spend foreign aid on the NHS

Spend foreign aid on the NHS

As we all witness the spiral of chaos grow larger and larger in the health service, why is it that the Government does not realise that, although throwing cash at the problem is not the total solution, some more cash would help alleviate some of the causes?

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Poem: Looking back over the years

Poem: Looking back over the years

I know you remember that warm summer’s day,

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Resident parking permit price rise puzzler

Resident parking permit price rise puzzler

Research by esure car insurance (Mail, April 30, 2016) rated Hartlepool the best place for residential parking in the UK – I beg to differ.

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House of Lords must approve Brexit Bill

House of Lords must approve Brexit Bill

On February 8, MPs in the House of Commons passed the Brexit Bill.

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Help support our veterans

Help support our veterans

The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA), the armed forces charity, has been providing vital support for our troops, veterans and their families for 131 years.

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Poem: No peace if we sell them arms

Poem: No peace if we sell them arms

For the poor across the world,

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Pay more for NHS or expect less

Pay more for NHS or expect less

You could not have missed the coverage of the drama and demands that are overtaking the NHS in recent weeks.

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