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Hartlepool council slams ‘complete inadequacy’ of special needs funding

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The fire broke out in Garston Grove. Picture by Google Maps.

Shed destroyed in Hartlepool fire

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Members of the Dance World Cup team from the Val Armstrong School of Performing Arts.

Meet the Hartlepool team competing in a World Cup this weekend

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Greatham Village Feast King Philip Baldwin holding twin Jack Innes and Queen Erin Alderson holding twin Archie Innes with group winner Henry Maddison (left) and fellow group winner Leighton Raynard (right). Picture by FRANK REID

Babies’ day out for annual Greatham Feast contest

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Theft, assault, fraud and threatening behaviour: Hartlepool defendants sentenced by magistrates

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Statues to legendary film directors and seaside regeneration unveiled in Hartlepool

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Hartlepool MP votes for Parliament to have final say on Brexit deal

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Council agrees to mediate in village dispute over rose garden

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The Pacific Dome features two orange coloured expanded metal mesh triangles manufactured by The Expanded Metal Company.

Metal created by Hartlepool firm to go on display in Great Exhibition of the North

Business
Pam Royle pictured with some patients who had to be airlifted.

Thousands raised for Great North Air Ambulance at charity ball

Health

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Saturday, June 23, in the Hartlepool area

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Ongoing and upcoming roadworks across the Hartlepool area include the following:

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Friday, June 22, in the Hartlepool area

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The Emirates Riverside Cricket Ground.

Drivers warned of traffic build-up due to England cricket match

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Your roadworks update for Thursday.

Roadworks round-up: Where you may face delays in the Hartlepool area on Thursday, June 21

Transport

Theft, assault, fraud and threatening behaviour: Hartlepool defendants sentenced by magistrates

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Paul Atkinson.

DNA traps Hartlepool burglar after he steals shop's security camera

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New upskirting law plans are welcome - but need to go further to tackle 'fakeporn' and voyeurism, says Durham academic and campaigner

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The case was heard at Teesside Crown Court.

Hartlepool man found guilty of underage sex with girl

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Hartlepool council slams ‘complete inadequacy’ of special needs funding

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Do you think mobile phones have a place in the classroom?

'They don't need them in school hours' - 17 things you said about banning mobile phones in the classroom

Education
(L to R) Alan Bell, Shelley Bage, Neil Bowyer, Amy Trundley, David Butler, Claire Atkinson and Patrick Chapman.

Work starts on converting Hartlepool landmark building into student flats

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St Bede's Catholic Comprehensive in Peterlee.

School budgets more than £5million in the red, councillors told

Education

Metal created by Hartlepool firm to go on display in Great Exhibition of the North

Business
The first LNER train will depart from Newcastle tomorrow.

Final day for Virgin Trains East Coast as route to be brought back under public control

Business
Ongoing and upcoming roadworks across the Hartlepool area include the following:

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Saturday, June 23, in the Hartlepool area

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Car parking area at Tees Bay retail park, Hartlepool.  Picture by Frank Reid

Pensioner wins £10,000 payout after fall at Hartlepool retail park

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Hartlepool MP votes for Parliament to have final say on Brexit deal

Politics
John Proudlock is angry over the parish council giving notice of removal of the rose bed

Council agrees to mediate in village dispute over rose garden

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Dennis Skinner at last year's gala.

Chance for Durham Miners' Gala visitors to enjoy afternoon tea with Dennis Skinner

Politics
Mike Hill raised the issue of mental health funding during a debate on NHS workforce in the House of Commons.

Hartlepool MP highlights disabled man’s benefit discrimination in Parliament

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Here’s how long the heatwave will last in Hartlepool

Environment

In pictures: Eight award-winning North East beaches you might want to visit

Environment
Do you walk your kids to school?

Parents urged to walk children to school on quiet roads to avoid pollution

Environment
A common garden frog, as sightings of frogs and toads in gardens have declined as ponds vanish, RSPB survey results from tens of thousands of households suggest. . Picture by Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Frog and toad sightings decline as ponds go out of fashion in UK gardens

Environment
People gathering at Stonehenge to mark the summer solstice.

Happy Summer Solstice - thousands gather to celebrate longest day

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Thousands raised for Great North Air Ambulance at charity ball

Health
Do you have these items in your first aid kit?

10 first aid essentials for your family holiday

Health
Do you walk your kids to school?

Parents urged to walk children to school on quiet roads to avoid pollution

Environment
Mike Hill raised the issue of mental health funding during a debate on NHS workforce in the House of Commons.

Hartlepool MP highlights disabled man’s benefit discrimination in Parliament

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Do you find traffic light food labelling more straightforward?

Watchdog calls for mandatory traffic light food labelling after Brexit

Health