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2015/05/27 10:09
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While the breakthrough came in skin cancer patients, scientists said it raises hopes that the same process could be used for other cancers. Charities said the development was ‘exciting’ and offered...
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2015/05/26 17:48
2015/05/26 17:48
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A North East musician is set to play his biggest gig yet at the opening ceremony of the FIFA Under 20s World Cup in New Zealand - the same day his wife is due to give birth to their first child. Lee...
2015/05/26 17:06
2015/05/26 17:06
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At a glance, humans look pretty out of place in the ocean. We have low-capacity lungs, lack insulation, and our concept of “swimming” is laughably inefficient compared to our finned mammalian cousins....
2015/05/26 11:39
2015/05/26 11:39
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Understanding how turbulence can alter the shape and course of a flock of birds, a swarm of insects or even an algal bloom could help us to better predict their impact on the environment. Animal...
2015/05/25 13:34
2015/05/25 13:34
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... the latest study, researchers at Newcastle University investigated brainwave patterns to establish the effect of tea on various neurological functions. London - When you want to unwind, a...
2015/05/24 23:41
2015/05/24 23:41
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Published at 09:11, Monday, 14 November 2011 PROMOTION work done in local schools and villages has proved the winning tonic for women’s volleyball in Tynedale. After visiting the district to...
2015/05/24 11:48
2015/05/24 11:48
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Ice sculptures spelled out the message behind an event at the weekend which explored the challenges of climate change. The ice works letters outside the Life Science Centre in Newcastle formed the...
2015/05/24 07:48
2015/05/24 07:48
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Nick Clegg would still have a top spot within the Lib Dems if Tim Farron wins the leadership race, the hopeful has told the Sunday Sun. Despite leading his party to the worst electoral defeat since...
2015/05/23 23:41
2015/05/23 23:41
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Published at 13:34, Thursday, 17 July 2008 A HONEYMOON in Finland followed the wedding of Michael Whaley and Joanne Davison. The bridegroom is the son of Margaret and David Whaley, from Chester. He...
2015/05/23 05:48
2015/05/23 05:48
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Scientists in North East are leading the way in a multimillion pound research project to tackle the growing threat posed by superbugs and their resistance to antibiotics. Experts at Newcastle...
2015/05/22 05:35
2015/05/22 05:35
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Britain’s most respected opinion pollster has warned Labour its chances of winning a majority at the next election verge on the “improbable” and that blaming its defeat on a shift away from Blairism...
2015/05/22 01:05
2015/05/22 01:05
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... a community like Newcastle, everyone knows the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker. If they don't get paid, it has a ripple effect across the town": Gallop. Photo: Getty Images Football...
2015/05/20 17:48
2015/05/20 17:48
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A pioneering treatment dubbed the ‘Geordie cancer drug’ is handing a lifeline to patients after it was developed at Newcastle’s Northern Centre for Cancer Care. The drug, officially called Rucaparib...
2015/05/20 15:57
2015/05/20 15:57
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Coal shutdown creates opportunity for low carbon transition Last year UK power from coal fell by a quarter, with coal-generation producing around a third of all UK energy One of Britain's leading...
2015/05/19 22:56
2015/05/19 22:56
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SINGAPORE: Imagine a computer replacing the role of a panel show host and moderator, in fine repartee with its guests like any human being could. It is a seemingly dystopian thought of a world where...
2015/05/19 14:48
2015/05/19 14:48
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Young and old joined forces to honour a war hero who helped to rescue 300 wounded soldiers from the frontline during the Gallipoli campaign of 1915. Known as The Man with the Donkey, Kirkpatrick...
2015/05/19 11:41
2015/05/19 11:41
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Published at 08:07, Tuesday, 19 May 2015 A TYNEDALE children’s nursery is enjoying a double celebration after coming out on top in a prestigious national industry awards initiative. Margaret Taylor,...
2015/05/19 09:48
2015/05/19 09:48
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Three programmes from the days when Newcastle United made the FA Cup a priority are set to fetch more than £20,000 at auction in London today. The programme of the replay in which United at last won...
2015/05/19 06:53
2015/05/19 06:53
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SCIENTISTS from the North-East are leading the fightback against a little known but life-threatening illness which affects up to one in three people in the UK. Newcastle University scientists are...
2015/05/19 05:21
2015/05/19 05:21
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Gadget that trains your brain to ignore tinnitus: Lollipop-like device sits on your tongue and stimulates it in time with music Mutebutton used for just 30 minutes is designed to help turn down...
2015/05/27 10:09
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