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Hundreds pay respects as tragic mum calls on mourners to ‘embrace life’

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Direct Line Car Insurance research suggests that half of drivers (50%) think it is acceptable to break speed limits. Pic: Rui Vieira/PA Wire.

Vote: Half of drivers think speeding is acceptable - do you agree?

Lifestyle
Research by the Living Wage Foundation showed that more than one in three working parents cannot afford to have regular meals. Pic: Jon Super/PA Wire.

Low-paid parents skip meals and fall behind on household bills, says new study

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New owners for Hartlepool’s Stadium plant

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Fire service figure reveal almost a third of house fires in Cleveland were arson

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Dad chased by security guard after stealing air fresheners worth £52

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What a scorcher - with the sun expected to continue today

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Two Royal Navy ship visits boost links with Hartlepool

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Sue Dalgleish and Michelle Wild, right, with examples of the knitting.

Hartlepool knitters needed to help dementia patients

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Citizens Advice found around 140,000 households have been left without gas or electricity in the last year because they cannot afford to top up their prepayment energy meter. Pic: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Thousands of families can't afford to top up their energy meter

Business

Delays after crash on A19

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Ongoing and upcoming roadworks in the Sunderland area include the following:

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Friday, April 20, in the Hartlepool area

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Winter maintenance costs helps send Durham County Council £1.6m over budget

Transport
Roadworks in the Hartlepool area include the following.

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Thursday, April 19, in the Hartlepool area

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Fire service figure reveal almost a third of house fires in Cleveland were arson

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The case was heard at Teesside Crown Court

Dad chased by security guard after stealing air fresheners worth £52

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Six sex offenders from the Hartlepool area who have been sentenced this year

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Man arrested in Hartlepool on suspicion of conspiracy to commit rape and human trafficking.

Man arrested today in Hartlepool during rape and human trafficking operation

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Hartlepool youngsters show off their hard work to Lord Lieutenant

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Youngsters at St William's RCVA Primary School's new nursery.

New era for top-performing primary school after launch of nursery

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Look At Me exhibition being displayed at Hartlepool College of Further Education. Caroline  Turner with Andew Collinson.

Hartlepool photography exhibition puts focus on Down’s syndrome

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Cleveland College of Art and Design's Hartlepool campus.

Hartlepool art college hailed by Sir Ridley Scott set to change its name

Education

New owners for Hartlepool’s Stadium plant

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Citizens Advice found around 140,000 households have been left without gas or electricity in the last year because they cannot afford to top up their prepayment energy meter. Pic: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Thousands of families can't afford to top up their energy meter

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The A19 northbound at Easington Colliery. Copyright Google Maps.

Delays after crash on A19

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Ongoing and upcoming roadworks in the Sunderland area include the following:

Roadworks latest: Where to expect delays on Friday, April 20, in the Hartlepool area

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Mike Hill MP: Treatment of Windrush migrants is ‘national disgrace’

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Barbara Bush alongside her husband George Bush Senior as they met with the Queen and Prince Phillip in 1989. Pic by PA.

Former U.S First Lady Barbara Bush dies aged 92

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Surveillance powers used on suspected illegal tobacco sellers in Durham

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There will be a second debate on Syria today.

'Not in my name' - 12 things you said about airstrikes in Syria

Politics

Motorist cut free after Iceland van overturns

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At Wapping Burn are, from left, Wear Rivers Trust secretary Neil Ashforth, local volunteer William Wilkinson, Sandra Wardle from Novus Business Centre , Jim Wood from Caterpillar, and local volunteer Gary Smith helping out with the final day wetland planting task.

Appeal to help wildlife thrive on industrial estate

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The the dumped waste at Limekiln Gill in Horden.

Man fined for dumping waste at nature reserve

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Some warmer days are on the way!

North East set for sunshine as week-ahead forecast reveals warm temperatures

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Disposable cups are being used in their millions by NHS trusts in the UK.

More than 10 million disposable cups bought by Hartlepool’s NHS Trust

Health

Hartlepool knitters needed to help dementia patients

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Alex Grant with one of the donation bags.

Hartlepool youngster becomes face of charity campaign

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University Hospital of North Tees.

'Soon there will be nothing left' - readers react to plans for future of neonatal services

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Do you think the scheme is a good idea?

Should NHS patients be allowed to tailor their own care with personal budgets?

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University Hospital of North Tees, in Stockton

‘Extreme concerns’ for Hartlepool parents over plans to move neonatal services to Middlesbrough

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