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Letter of the week: Loan arrangement may help save Hartlepool United

I was born in Hartlepool and represented the Hartlepool under-14, under-15 and under-16 boys’ team in the early 1970s.

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Bowed heads at Hartlepool's Remembrance Day service in 2017.

Letter of the week: Shops should close to mark 100 years since the end of the Great War

This year Remembrance Sunday falls exactly on November 11 (Armistice day), exactly 100 years since the guns fell silent.
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The aged dog left tied to a tie in Hartlepool last month.

Letter of the week: What do the professionals say about decision to shoot Hartlepool dog?

Regarding the article, 80% of readers say police were wrong to shoot dog tied to tree (Mail, January 23), yet again the police are being seen as the bad boys.
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Citizens Advice boss Joe Michna.

Letter of the week: Praise for a Hartlepool hero

I would like to thank Joe Michna, manager at Hartlepool Citizens Advice Bureau (pictured), for his knowledge, support and advice on an employment law issue I had.

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Rubbish strewn across land close to the former Odeon cinema.

Letter of the week: Hartlepool site 'must look awful to anyone from out of town'

For a long time now I have been complaining to Hartlepool Borough Council about the state of the land next to the old Odeon cinema.
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The cabins are the centre of our letter writer's sadness.

Letter of the week: 'Hartlepool Borough Council has caused more devastation to town than world war bombs'

I saw the feature on Middleton Cabins (Mail, December 27).

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Inspirations garden centre.

Letter of the week: Is it time for Hartlepool residents to get a council tax reduction?

I see pantomime season has started early this year (Mail, December 4), with Hartlepool Borough Council closing yet another council-run project which is running at a loss.

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Headland Town Wall.

Letter of the week: How can Headland Town Wall awards be justified?

To quote Victor Meldrew, “I don’t believe it.”
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A festive picture looking towards Hartlepool's Church Square.

Letter of the week: All I want for Christmas are a mobile phone and a golden setter

Mam, will he come, won’t he come.

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An undated picture of busy life at Hartlepool Fish Quay.

Letter of the week: EU legislation to blame for decline in Hartlepool's fishing industry

Seeing the slow but inexorable decline in our fishing industry has been frankly heartbreaking.
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Our writer is urging motorists to ensure that cycling lanes remain for cyclists.

Letter of the week: Leave Hartlepool's cycle paths for the cyclists

Tyre pressure – check!

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The late William and Tracey Robson.

Letter of the week: Thieves who tormented this Hartlepool father and daughter's family should be thrown in stocks

The article, headlined Family’s appeal after grave figure stolen (Mail, November 7) is sad but not unexpected.
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A PCSO talks to a cyclist at the junction of Victoria Road and Stockton Street, Hartlepool, in 2015.

Letter of the week: Something needs to be done about pedestrians getting in the way of Hartlepool cyclists

For how much longer are pedestrians in this town going to risk life and limb by ambling about on the pavements in Hartlepool – particularly those in Stockton Road, York Road and Victoria Road?
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Jimmy Gettings with a framed copy of the Mail Sports Mail.

Letter of the week: Thanks to Hartlepool Mail and its readers for a story with a happy ending

May I through the Letters page thank the people who helped me reunite former Pools player Darren Knowles with the memorabilia from his days at Victoria Park.
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There is a fear that too many Hartlepool patients are being unnecessarily steered towards hospitals in Stockton and Middlesbrough.

Letter of the week: Why can't we steer patients towards our own Hartlepool hospital?

I read the article (Mail, November 1) about claims that patients are being “steered” towards the University Hospital of North Tees.
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Our writer doubts whether Church Street will ever look like the artist's impression above.

Letter of the week: 'I wait with bated breath for Hartlepool's Church Street vision to appear'

Reading this week’s editions of the Hartlepool Mail I got this overwhelming feeling of deja vu coming over me.
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Our writer fears it is far too easy for youngsters to gamble these days.

Letter of the week: It's all too easy for the young to be lured into betting

Gambling is so often the preserve of the poor and the desperate.

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Flashback to 2010. Peter Gowland, of HVDA, third from the right, with Hartlepool Railway Station ambassadors, left to right, Carol Slattery, Gordon and Ada Shears, Paul Stevenson and Jamie Sculley.

Letter of the week: Legacy of doomed Hartlepool help group will not be forgotten

It was with sadness and regret that The Friends of Hartlepool Station learned of the unfortunate, but not unexpected, demise of Hartlepool Voluntary Development Agency.

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Rubbish dumped in Acclom Street, Hartlepool.

Letter of the week: 'Defendants on community service should clean Hartlepool's smaller streets'

I agree with reader Darren Smith (Mail Facebook page, September 15).

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Our writer believes the Headland Town Wall serves no practical purpose.

Letter of the week: 'Hartlepool Town Wall sea defences have no practical purpose'

A plaque has been fitted to what can only be described as the Headland folly.
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