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Firefighters are dealing with a large barn fire  FIREFIGHTERS are still dealing with a large barn fire more than five hours after it broke out.
Season of Remembrance concerts comes to an end  AN EIGHT month season of events, exhibitions, theatre and music to commemorate the end of World War I will come to an end next month.
Urgent appeal to trace Michael Simpson  AN urgent appeal has been issued by police to trace missing Michael Kevin Simpson from Hartlepool.
Public consultation opens on education changes in Darlington  A PUBLIC consultation is now underway on proposed changes to special educational needs and disabilities provision (SEND).
Spooky happenings mapped out across York  GHOSTLY goings-on are set to be mapped out across York and a ghoulish trail has been created through the historic city.
Schoolgirls compete for national equestrian titles  A RECORD number of girls from one North Yorkshire school are competing in a national equestrian competition this week.
'Hate crime ruins lives' - Topic added to education programme  HATE crime has been added to a new programme designed to help children make the transition from primary to secondary school.
Coffee morning raises £1,230 for cancer nurses  MORE than £1,000 was raised at a charity coffee morning recently.
Reece James: 'The depth of the Sunderland squad will make the difference'  REECE JAMES is hoping Sunderland’s impressive squad depth will enable them to see off their rivals and claim automatic promotion from League One this...
Manufacturer of bed in which baby Oscar died admits breaching duty of care  THE manufacturer of a cot bed in which a baby died by strangulation will accept some responsibility for the death, a jury heard.
Santa IS coming to town but residents still want reassurances no one will miss out  IT might still be ten weeks away, but there was plenty of festive cheer last night when councillors confirmed a town’s Christmas tradition had...
Ayoze Perez - 'We have to show we can do it against the teams we're expected to beat'  AYOZE PEREZ admits Newcastle United’s weekend game with Brighton will play a “massive” role in shaping their season, and concedes the...
Have you been inspired by Bobby Robson?  A PLAYWRIGHT inspired by football legend Bobby Robson is asking for creative help from the public.
Eating out deals on offer at more than 35 venues in Durham  RESTAURANTS and cafes in Durham are offering a range of offers as part of a deal to get people eating out.
Deadline approaches for grass collection opt-in scheme  TIME is running out for people to register their interest in a new garden waste collection service.
Poison pen letter accused's trial set for April  A MAN accused of sending a threatening letter to a chief constable and then trying to “shift the finger of blame”, is to stand trial next year.
Children re-enact fateful battle  BATTLE cries rang out as schoolchildren recreated a fateful medieval clash between the English and Scottish armies, which saw thousands of men die.
Charges dropped against accused student  CHARGES have been dropped against a student who was facing trial later this year accused of controlling behaviour and assaulting a former partner.
Specialist hydrotherapy centre to open next month  FINISHING touches are being put to a £450,000 specialist therapy centre for the region’s young people with physical disabilities.
Son took dad's Merc and crashed it in 'moment of madness'  AN unqualified and uninsured driver took his father’s Mercedes and crashed it into a parked car before fleeing the scene.
Judge tells sex offender to 'address demons'  A MAN who downloaded and shared indecent child images has been given a chance to address his “demons”.
Tributes paid to Darlington market stall holder 'Fishy Moores'  TRIBUTES have been paid to a once familiar face around Darlington.
Raby Hunt urged to be more neighbourly in parking row  THE owners of one of Britain’s most highly rated restaurants have been urged to be more neighbourly as planning bosses said they lacked the power to resolve a bitter battle ...
Oyster festival raises record amount for hospice  A SOCIAL event headlined by pop star Gabrielle raised a record amount for charity.
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