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Swedish consortium to decide on Hartlepool United takeover 'in next two weeks'

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Citizens’ Advice boss hailed as he celebrates 30 years of helping Hartlepool people

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Pools supporters trust says it has 'viable' rescue plan in event of administration

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The case was heard at Teesside Crown Court.

Health worker found with hundreds of 'disgusting' images and videos of child porn on his computer

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The following people were dealt with for theft, assault and drugs offences

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12 salmonella cases now confirmed from Hartlepool and East Durham

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Criticism after councillors vote for 4.9% council tax increase in Hartlepool

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Snow showers set to hit North East as Met Office predicts freezing week

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The damage caused to Shotton Airfield's grass runway.

Parachute club left 'devastated' after Shotton Airfield runway trashed

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Ron Hogg and the team of litter-pickers.

Litter pickers have been hailed after helping to spruce up their area

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Air ambulance flies one man to hospital after accident closes A1M in both directions

Transport
Your roadworks update for Thursday.

Roadworks Round-up: Where you might see delays in Hartlepool on Thursday, February 22

Transport
The railway line in East Durham.

Funding boost for new railway station hoped to open in two years time

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Roadworks Round-up: Where you're likely to face traffic woes in Hartlepool on Wednesday February 21

Transport

Health worker found with hundreds of 'disgusting' images and videos of child porn on his computer

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Court.

The following people were dealt with for theft, assault and drugs offences

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Court.

Theft, littering and assault of police among latest Hartlepool cases at court

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Barry Coppinger Cleveland Police Crime Commissioner.  Picture by FRANK REID

Plea to Home Secretary over impact of cheap drink on policing

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Students pick up top titles in hairdressing and therapy competition

Education
University workers hold leaflets they begin a month of walkouts in the latest stage of a bitter dispute over pensions. Pic: PA.

Thousands of students face disruption as lecturers go on strike

Education
Catcote Academy annual Choices Event. Employment training manager Amanda Metcalf and careers coordinator Jackie McGarry (R) with students

Careers event helps Hartlepool youngsters to make the best choices for their future

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(Left to right) John Swallow, Claire McDonald, Harrison Mekins, Alisha Atkinson and Teaching Assistant Liam Carroll in front of the part of the school field which will become the nature reserve.

Hartlepool school field to be transformed into ‘wildlife haven’

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Citizens’ Advice boss hailed as he celebrates 30 years of helping Hartlepool people

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Do you think the TV licence is worth the money?

'Why should we be forced to pay?' - readers react to TV licence price rise

Business
The price is going up.

BBC licence fee to rise to £150.50

Business
Depression is more common at this time of year.

Mike Hill MP: Train track deaths are a tragic sign of the times

Health

Criticism after councillors vote for 4.9% council tax increase in Hartlepool

Politics
Councillors met at Hartlepool Civic Centre.

Councillors vote in 4.9% council tax rise in Hartlepool

Politics
Depression is more common at this time of year.

Mike Hill MP: Train track deaths are a tragic sign of the times

Health
Councillor Stephen Thomas

Aim for Hartlepool care providers to be the best

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Snow showers set to hit North East as Met Office predicts freezing week

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Ron Hogg and the team of litter-pickers.

Litter pickers have been hailed after helping to spruce up their area

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Hawthorn Hythe beach. Picture by Wayne Appleton

Volunteers needed to help turn the tide on marine litter at coastal beauty spot

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The sun will be shining in the North East this weekend.

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

12 salmonella cases now confirmed from Hartlepool and East Durham

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Are you an organ donor?

Should our organ donor system be opt out instead of opt in?

Health
Depression is more common at this time of year.

Mike Hill MP: Train track deaths are a tragic sign of the times

Health
Councillor Stephen Thomas

Aim for Hartlepool care providers to be the best

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Phil Jukes (centre) with "State of Mind" event sponsors (left to right) Lee Dees (MKM building supplies), Malcolm Pattison (Hart Biologicals), Kevin Bryne (Seymour civil engineering) and Ian Wilson (ORD office ltd).

Hartlepool rugby ref helps to tackle stigma of men’s mental health

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