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Police find dozens of cannabis plants in man’s home

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Craig Shaw of Hartlepool Amateur Radio Club with Effie and Mya using Morse Code.

Hartlepool girl guides take to the airwaves for worldwide event

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Train lines have been affected following an incident this morning.

Man dies after being hit by train

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Sir Ridley Scott and wife Giannina Facio attending the EE British Academy Film Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, Kensington, London. Picture by Press Association.

Legendary director Sir Ridley Scott praises his old college as he is awarded Bafta fellowship

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Chip Shop of the Year finalists - help us choose Hartlepool’s winner

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Housing association apologises to Hartlepool mum after ceiling collapse

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New dedicated community safety team aims to improve lives of Hartlepool residents

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Campaign launched to plot the potholes in Hartlepool’s roads

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Theresa May has concerns about a system that leaves the poorest students in England with the highest debt.

Theresa May announces 'sweeping review' of student finance scheme in England

Education
Employers are being accused of having "antiquated" attitudes to recruiting women as new evidence revealed many believe it is reasonable to ask about plans to have children during a job interview.

Vote: Is it reasonable for employers to ask women about plans for having children?

Business

Traffic watch: The roadworks which could cause delays around Hartlepool on Monday

Transport
Charges for utility companies digging up roads will be rolled out across England to reduce congestion.

Companies face charges for digging up roads in bid to tackle congestion

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Sunderland Railway Station.

Train staff to strike again over 'safety dispute' with rail bosses

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Would you like to see more 20mph zones?

Would you like to see more 20mph zones where you live?

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Police find dozens of cannabis plants in man’s home

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Hartlepool Police Station.

New dedicated community safety team aims to improve lives of Hartlepool residents

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Court.

Hartlepool defendants sentenced for theft, drug offences and burglary

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Emergency services responding to the roof top stand off in Blackhall.
Photo Rob Crute

Arrested men hurled tiles and bricks at police during four-hour ‘stand-off’

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Theresa May announces 'sweeping review' of student finance scheme in England

Education
Macey Boylan of Manor Academy is handed the Ian Cameron Cup by Rotary Club president Dr Lynne Humphries.

Hartlepool schoolchildren help town Poppy Appeal reach £13,000

Education
Delighted pupils crowned the Tees Valley champions.

Hartlepool school named Tees Valley champions in golfing competition

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Headteacher at St Joseph's Primary School , Hartlepool, Rachel Williams with some of her pupils celebrate a good Ofsted rating.

Hartlepool primary school celebrates ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted

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Chip Shop of the Year finalists - help us choose Hartlepool’s winner

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Employers are being accused of having "antiquated" attitudes to recruiting women as new evidence revealed many believe it is reasonable to ask about plans to have children during a job interview.

Vote: Is it reasonable for employers to ask women about plans for having children?

Business
Mike Ashley's Sports Direct retail business has come under fire from the Church Commisioners.

Mike Ashley's Sports Direct comes under fire from Church of England over failings

Business
Roadworks Round-Up.

Traffic watch: The roadworks which could cause delays around Hartlepool on Monday

Transport

£205,000 government boost for new Hartlepool housing scheme welcomed by MP

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Councillors react to 23% rise in crime in Hartlepool

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A North East Ambulance Service ambulance.

Ambulance service’s pledge to tackle ‘unacceptable’ waits

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The very areas which voted Leave will be hardest hit by Brexit.

Why areas which voted Leave will be hardest hit by Brexit

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What's the weather forecast for the North East this weekend?

Environment
The Environment Agency has warned that intense bouts of flooding are set to become more frequent in the UK because of climate change.

Severe flooding will become more frequent due to climate change, warn experts

Environment

Will we get snow in the North East today?

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It's going to be a wet and windy week in the North East.

Wind and rain to batter North East as country faces miserable forecast

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Freezing temperatures forecast for North East overnight with ice and snow warning

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Vote: Is it reasonable for employers to ask women about plans for having children?

Business
A North East Ambulance Service ambulance.

Ambulance service’s pledge to tackle ‘unacceptable’ waits

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Running has a number of benefits.

Feeling Great: Tips to get you out a ‘running rut’

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Hartlepool MP Mike Hill

Mike Hill MP: Good to see elderly people being cared for in Hartlepool

Health

Health chief’s promise over maternity services at North Tees for Hartlepool mums-to-be

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