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Concerns for missing 17-year-old girl who may have gone to meet someone she met online  NORTH Yorkshire Police has issued a national appeal for information and possible sightings of a 17-year-old Chinese girl who has been...
Food firm's investments mark 'vote of confidence'  PLANS by two major producers to expand their operations and take on 130 more staff represents a vote of confidence in a district becoming increasingly known for its food...
Rescue centre appeals for people to think about homeless pets this Christmas  A PET charity is urging residents to think about rehoming homeless animals ahead of Christmas.
Wednesday's racing prospects, by Charlie McCann of betvictor  The owners of Presenting Percy (9/2 favourite for the Gold Cup at BetVictor) suggested on Tuesday that the Savills Chase at Leopardstown on Friday, December 28 was...
Generations share nativity fun in nursery and care home link  TWO generations have come together to share in the Christmas spirit.
Inspectors praise care home staff during unannounced visit  CARE home staff gave been praised for their compassion and determination to give residents to respect they deserve.
Refugees and asylum seekers record journeys through art  YOUNG refugees and asylum seekers have been making art through a project inspired by their journeys and hope for the future.
Dyspraxia charity aims to offer even more support to sufferers  A CHARITY helping disadvantaged young people is looking to help more people diagnosed with dyspraxia.
Campaign to tackle loneliness for Middlesbrough residents during winter  A WINTER loneliness campaign to support people aged 50 and over who live in Middlesbrough and feel lonely and isolated during the winter months has been...
Town's fourth consecutive record-breaking Poppy Appeal  A TOWN has once again broken its own fundraising record for the Royal British Legion's annual Poppy Appeal.
Mexican Christmas tradition returns to rural village  A CENTURIES-OLD tradition from South America has returned to a village near Sedgefield for the sixth year.
Constituency group's NHS birthday parties boost MRI appeal  A DONATION of £700 has been made to the Bishop Auckland Hospital MRI Scanner Appeal.
Conference for North-East tech companies  A CONFERENCE has been organised for the ‘do-ers’ among the region’s technology companies.
Councillor fears winter will increase time to answer calls  A COUNCILLOR has questioned whether Durham County Council is ready for winter.
Graphene firm reach significant milestone  A TECHNOLOGY firm developing a so-called wonder material has strengthened its position with a consumer chemical firm.
Children pitch in for community Christmas dinner in Fishburn  THE spirit of Christmas was felt at a County Durham community hub as villagers rallied round to offer dozens a free festive lunch.
Pub's extension plan to ensure weatherproof weddings  A PUB near Newton Aycliffe wants to build an outdoor events space to boost its wedding offer.
Rib fractured by birthday hug revealed mother's cancer  BACK and shoulder pain was something Sarah Williamson had learned to with live with for nearly a year.
Veteran, 99, joins brave and remarkable WWII survivors in signing fighter pilot's logbook  A 99-YEAR-OLD Second World War veteran is the latest in a line of inspiring servicemen and women to sign a precious wartime logbook...
Darlington's STS works to restore war memorials  A FAMILY-RUN restoration and maintenance firm has completed a series of refurbishments on war memorials in this special Remembrance year.
Looking back at 2018: February in review  FEBRUARY began with some tragic news, as tributes flooded in for a 20-year-old student who died in an incident outside a Durham nightclub.
Calls for scrutiny of company opening Darlington neuropsychiatric hospital  COUNCILLORS are calling for the opportunity to scrutinise the company set to open a neuropsychiatric facility in Darlington within weeks.
Newcastle are ready to make a January move to sign Abraham  NEWCASTLE UNITED are ready to fight Crystal Palace for the signature of Tammy Abraham – if Chelsea opt to sell the England international in January.
Saunders hits a treble in Quakers cup win  DARLINGTON striker Harvey Saunders scored a first-half hat-trick as Quakers moved into the quarter finals of the Durham Challenge Cup with a comfortable 4-0 win over Stockton Town at...
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