● Hungry Lewis Capaldi gets Domino's delivered while train stops at Darlington A TRAVELLING Lewis Capaldi stopped off in Darlington this afternoon - but only to collect a Domino's while on his way to London.
● Steve Bruce disagrees with suggestions Newcastle are 'stagnating' STEVE BRUCE has hit out at suggestions that Newcastle United are “stagnating” and claimed the club have made considerable progress under his tutelage this...
● Drugs 'concealed in sweet wrappers' delivered to house while police carrying out warrant DRUGS concealed in sweet wrappers, thousands of pounds in cash and high value items have been recovered following two raids.
● Raby Castle grounds to open on evenings AN historic visitor attraction is inviting people to make the most of the lighter evenings and fine summer weather by opening its grounds on an evening.
● Hospice opens new donation facility in Northallerton THREE of a hospice's charity shops have reopened.
● Trimdon school to use single site as it transfers to trust A SCHOOL will be reduced to one site following a decision by council chiefs this week.
● Two arrests after break-in at Stockton drugs raid property TWO men have been arrested after a break-in at a former drugs den property.
● Hartlepool's St Aidan's welcomes new members as church emerges from lockdown A CHURCH has reported a growth in its congregation after reopening after lockdown.
● Tyne Tunnel tolls increase by 10p TYNE Tunnel journeys for drivers of Class 3 vehicles, LGVs, buses and vans more than 3m high or three axles or more, will increase by 10p from the end of August.
● Darlington tanning chain owner welcomes Government's announcement on reopening A NORTH-East-based tanning salon business owner says he is ready to open today after being given the go-ahead to reopen next week.
● Beautician's anger over Government's "sexist" treatment of beauty sector A BEAUTICIAN has accused the Government of treating the industry with “chauvinistic sexism” after salons were told they can reopen - but not...
● New eye unit to serve thousands at the Friarage Hospital A NEW eye unit is set to open at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton later this month, serving more than 14,000 patients and reducing their need to travel to James...
● Beautician slams Government's "sexist" treatment of sector A BEAUTICIAN has accused the Government of treating the industry with “chauvinistic sexism” after salons were told they can reopen - but not carry out any...
● Neil Warnock tips Djed Spence to make it at the highest level THERE have not been too many good news stories at Middlesbrough this season, but the emergence of Djed Spence has provided a rare ray of light amid the gathering...
● Boots to cut thousands of jobs in the wake of Covid-19 BOOTS, leading health and beauty retailer, has announced plans to cut thousands of jobs and close some UK branches.
● Search is on to find the 'lockdown legends' who could be line to win £3,000 THE search is on for the "lockdown legends" who have been helping out the community.
● "It's absolutely shocking" - Fidget the cat mauled to death by a dog in a Thornaby street RSPCA officers are looking to speak to a man after a cat was mauled to death by a dog in the street in North Yorkshire.
● Neil Warnock tips Djed Spence to make it to the 'very top' THERE have not been too many good news stories at Middlesbrough this season, but the emergence of Djed Spence has provided a rare ray of light amid the gathering gloom.
● Former M&S store in Stockton is sold to private investor for £555k A FORMER department store that was home to Marks and Spencer for several decades has been sold for just over half a £1m.
● Middlesbrough councillor attacked after motorbike-riding thugs smash his family car windscreen A MIDDLESBROUGH councillor has seen his family car windscreen smashed in an attack by motorbike-riding thugs.
● Hall gets ready to reopen for business Wynyard Hall will be reopening on Wednesday, July 15, for overnight stays, afternoon tea and al fresco dining.
● 'Rioter' who helps train the army is jailed for violent attack A MAN who plays the role of a rioter in army training exercises has been jailed for his role in a violent attack.
● Almiron, Saint-Maximin and Lascelles should be fit to face Watford STEVE BRUCE is hoping to have Jamaal Lascelles, Miguel Almiron and Allan Saint-Maximin in his Newcastle United squad for tomorrow’s game at Watford.
● Plans for new homes on outskirts of Burnopfield approved PLANS for a new £11m residential development on the outskirts of a County Durham village have been given the green light.