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2015/05/04 21:53
2015/05/04 21:53
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THE Labour Party has gone on the attack over the future of the NHS as they release figures showing health trusts up and down the country are struggling to cope with budgetary constraints. They have...
2015/05/04 21:53
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2015/05/04 19:17
2015/05/04 19:17
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Victim: John Pickering was nearly killed A grandad may never talk again after his voicebox was shattered in an unprovoked one-punch attack outside his local. Quiet accountant John Pickering is today...
2015/05/04 14:48
2015/05/04 14:48
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A heartbroken family today told how their lives had been shattered following the death of a promising young football coach and devoted NUFC fan. Jamie Gullon - known as Dodger to his friends - was...
2015/05/04 11:48
2015/05/04 11:48
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Mine experts are looking into the cause of a sink hole that suddenly appeared in a road on Tyneside. The hole, measuring 2ft wide, caused worried parents to voice their views and call for the area to...
2015/05/04 11:48
2015/05/04 11:48
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Loved ones of tragic cage fighter Scott Rogan gathered for an emotional fundraising night in his memory. Tears mixed with laughter as friends and family gathered to collect cash in honour of the...
2015/05/04 08:48
2015/05/04 08:48
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Touched after a “lot of lows” by the “huge lift” of a standing ovation by Sunderland supporters, Danny Graham insists of far greater importance on Saturday was a “massive” victory over...
2015/05/04 07:48
2015/05/04 07:48
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Are you Tyneside’s biggest Star Wars fan? Well here’s a chance to prove it. A seven-foot tall scupture of Boba Fett, the series’ famous bounty hunter, is up for sale. John Burden, 44 of Axwell...
2015/05/04 00:22
2015/05/04 00:22
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In the end, it comes down to a game of football. They have sung the song, been measured for suits. Trained like pros, and flogged tickets like Bob Arum. We know the history, and the importance of...
2015/05/04 00:22
2015/05/04 00:22
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A four-year-old boy who suffered from a one in 50 million disorder has died. Aidan Jackowiak Smith, from Alnwick, who had Cloves Syndrome – a genetic disorder so rare fewer than 130 cases have been...
2015/05/03 15:48
2015/05/03 15:48
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A special gift from a tragic dad is transforming the lives of three people. The parents of Gareth Phillips today told how the hope their lost son has given three strangers is helping them come to...
2015/05/03 15:48
2015/05/03 15:48
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A university student who plays seven musical instruments and has taught Irish dancing to 150 people has been chosen to represent the North East in a prestigious competition that celebrates Irish...
2015/05/03 12:48
2015/05/03 12:48
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Police have named the 46-year-old after she was hit by a car on Bensham Road on Wednesday, April 22. She was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead following the collision. A Northumbria Police...
2015/05/03 11:53
2015/05/03 11:53
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TWO arrests have been made by police investigating an alleged daytime assault which left a man in a critical condition. It follows a report received by the North-East Ambulance Service of a passer-by...
2015/05/03 11:48
2015/05/03 11:48
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A Year Six pupil weighing more than 17 stone was measured in Gateshead - ranking as one of the heaviest primary school children in England. Figures from the National Child Measurement Programme show...
2015/05/03 11:48
2015/05/03 11:48
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Legendary lyricist Sir Tim Rice was in the North East to launch a major fundraising concert to be held in the region. It will feature a host of West End stars including Marti Pellow and Frances...
2015/05/03 09:49
2015/05/03 09:49
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... Community Stadium and has signed terms with Vanarana Conference club Southport for next season. Brodie returned to Port in June 2014 as a full-time player having been on loan from...
2015/05/02 16:48
2015/05/02 16:48
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The event coincided with the 125th anniversary of the very first workers’ international May Day celebrations. Back in 1890, the international demand was for an eight-hour maximum to the working day....
2015/05/02 15:48
2015/05/02 15:48
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An off-duty cop’s world record-rowing attempt was interrupted when he leapt in to action to make an arrest. Northumbria Police officer Sean McGuigan is gearing up for the gruelling Talisker Whisky...
2015/05/02 12:48
2015/05/02 12:48
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Mystery poet “Mark Jones” has struck again....and again....and again. Last week, the Sunday Sun revealed how North hair salon owner Louise Robinson had been receiving a series of upbeat poems from a...
2015/05/01 21:53
2015/05/01 21:53
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DRIVERS who took part in a 50mph road protest along the A1 have this evening been praised for keeping disruption to a minimum. An estimated 300 cars were involved in the go-slow, which passed off...
2015/05/04 21:53
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