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Darlington man meets Usain Bolt to share story of world's first black footballer  A MAN who campaigned furiously to raise awareness of the world's first black professional footballer has 'linked' history with an...
Man who threw milkshake at Nigel Farage pleads guilty to common assault  A man who threw a milkshake over Nigel Farage during a city centre walkabout has admitted common assault and criminal damage.
Church targeted by lead thieves  A LEAD theft has caused damage to roof tiles which date back to the 1860s
Rafael Benitez's Newcastle future in doubt after £12m-a-year Chinese offer  RAFAEL BENITEZ’S Newcastle United future has become even more uncertain after Chinese club Dalian Yifang offered him a remarkable £12m-a-year to move...
Project explores benefits of music for people living with dementia  THE power of music to evoke memories is at the heart of a community arts project bringing together young performers and people living with dementia.
Flat fire in town centre  EMERGENCY services are at the scene of a flat fire this morning.
Durham tech start-up hopes to change computer habits  A START-up tech company offering software to speed up and save memory on people's computers is being launched.
Campaigners to stage protest over bridge closure  CAMPAIGNERS calling for a condemned bridge to be replaced are expected to stage a protest at County Hall tomorrow.
Brandon Boxing Club gets new ring to help train athletes for top competitions  A BOXING club has been given an international standard ring to help train its athletes prepare for top level competition.
'New treatments almost equivalent of cure for Rheumatoid Arthritis'  A DIAGNOSIS of rheumatoid arthritis can be a very emotional time, with possible feelings of fear, anxiety, low mood and isolation. For those affected or...
Beer festival to stay at city rugby club  A LONG-RUNNING beer festival which ‘touched down’ at a new home last year, is returning to the venue later in the summer.
Experienced new director Simon joins the Port of Tyne team  THE Port of Tyne has appointed Simon Brett as commercial director port services.
Amazon in Darlington: Expansion 'will not impact' on town centre  EXPANSION plans for a new business park that will soon be home to a major online retailer will not have "any significant adverse impact" on a town...
Special event to celebrate the contribution refugees make  A NATIONAL celebration of the contribution refugees make is coming to Stockton.
Kitty, 87, reaches her target after her fundraising flight  A DAREDEVIL great-grandmother who took to the sky to raise money for charity has reached her fundraising target.
Residents evacuated after Country Club fire still cannot return home  SOME residents evacuated from a huge fire at a neighbouring derelict hotel last week are unlikely to be able to return home until the end of the week.
NHS staff brewing up for tea party in Darlington hospital grounds  MORE than seven decades of the NHS will be celebrated once again with the return of a tea party in hospital grounds.
'Invaluable' Pie maker chooses to support parents and carers' charity  WORKERS at a pork pie producer have chosen to support an independent disability-friendly charity.
Power Up The North: Hartlepool MP joins campaign for investment in region  A NORTH-EAST MP has become the latest to back a campaign aimed at bringing new investment to the region.
Community turns out again for fun day in memory of baby girl  VILLAGERS enjoyed a day of fundraising fun and football inspired by the family of a stillborn baby girl.
Pedestrian, 84, dies after being knocked over by a bus  AN 84-year-old man has died after he was knocked over by a bus at the weekend.
Royal Ascot day one preview  Royal Ascot is here and there is the distinct possibility of showers – some heavy – in the area for the opening couple of days of the five-day meeting. The ground was described as good with a couple ...
Lorry driver jailed for ten years for watching live child abuse footage  A LORRY driver who was one of the first men in North Yorkshire to be convicted of the offence of downloading indecent images of children in 1999 has today ...
Charity raceday raises staggering £640k  MORE than £640,000 has been raised at a charity raceday held by the cancer-charity Macmillan.
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