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Hartlepool residents react with anger to estate parking plans

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Ford is offering big discounts to drivers who scrap older cars which are polluting the environment.

Ford offers thousands of pounds off new vehicles in bid to get dirtiest cars off our roads

Lifestyle
The Bishop of Durham, the Right Reverend Paul Butler.

Bishops urge Government to rethink benefits freeze so poor can care for their kids

Business
Paul Smithof the  Fuchsia and Pelargonium Society with one of his award winning displays.

Growers show off fantastic flowers and top quality veg at Hartlepool show

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Hartlepool RNLI volunteer in BBC documentary on lifesavers

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Call to improve number of women on Hartlepool council

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Hundreds queue up to back A19 safety calls

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Big chance for busker Abbey after lucky break

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A pet rabbit.

Pet rabbit starts fire by chewing through tumble dryer flex

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Hart Parish Councillor Keith Park, concerned over proposed plans for gas powered electric sub station

Outcry over plans to build gas-powered electricity sub station in Hartlepool

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Nearly 70,000 sign petition urging more transport investment in Northern England

Transport
Easington MP Grahame Morris.

MP’s ‘complacent’ warning over A19 safety

Transport
A Stagecoach North East bus in Hartlepool.

All change as new bus timetable starts in Hartlepool

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Mayor Ben Houchen

Mayor urges early start to A19 improvements as hundreds sign our petition

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Northern rail passengers face more strike errors.

More misery for train passengers as unions announce new strikes on Northern line

Transport

Agencies urged to be on guard against people trafficking

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Teesside Crown Court.

Hartlepool man admits making more than 1,000 indecent images of children

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Speeding drivers are being targeted as part of a week-long campaign across Cleveland and Durham.

Police get set to crack down on speeding North East drivers

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Officers remain concerned for the welfare of Paul Foster who has not returned to his home address in Hartlepool.

Can you help police find this missing Hartlepool man?

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'Empty nest syndrome' when kids leave for university 'can wreck marriage'

Education
English and maths will be graded under the new system.

New GCSE grading system leaving parents baffled, poll shows

Education
Do you know anyone going through clearing?

Going through university clearing? Then make sure you do these four things

Education
English Martyrs Sixth Form student Vanessa Win battled through illness.

Star student Vanessa powered through mystery virus that put her in hospital for two weeks

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Durham School students celebrate their results

Top North East independent school celebrates record-worthy results

Education

Bishops urge Government to rethink benefits freeze so poor can care for their kids

Business
Have you signed our Safe A19 petition?

Nearly 70,000 sign petition urging more transport investment in Northern England

Transport
Easington MP Grahame Morris.

MP’s ‘complacent’ warning over A19 safety

Transport
A Stagecoach North East bus in Hartlepool.

All change as new bus timetable starts in Hartlepool

News

Call to improve number of women on Hartlepool council

News
Have you signed our Safe A19 petition?

Nearly 70,000 sign petition urging more transport investment in Northern England

Transport
Pictured alongside the flowers at Tofts Farm Industrial Estate are (from l-r) Kevin Martin of Exwold Technology, Mark Sickling of Minkon, Charles Bellwood of Bellwood Rewinds Ltd , and Councillors Kevin Cranney and Paul Thompson.

Blooming great look for Hartlepool business park

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Andy Radcliff, of the Esh Group.

Winning bid will see firm build much-needed home across North East

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Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen visits HMS Trincomalee.

Support for jewel in Hartlepool’s crown

News

Green man not on long enough: Councils ordered to improve pedestrian crossings

Health
How often do you use a sunbed?

Some sunbed users may be addicted, research suggests

Health
Graham Low doing his full body workout.

Shaping Up: Try five of the best weight-loss exercises

Opinion
Teenage schoolchildren who use e-cigarettes dramatically increase their chances of graduating to tobacco, research has shown.

Teenagers who use e-cigs 'more likely' to smoke tobacco in future

Health
Public Health England has said it would now be focusing on the reduction of excess calories.

Your favourite junk foods could be changing - and here's why

Health