● A walk near some of North York Moors most dramatic scenery THE most dramatic scenery in the North York Moors lies to the north of the area and this short walk takes you along the airy crescent.
● Dismissal of a PC Katie Barratt who used racist language will stand High Court rules THE dismissal of a PC who used racist language while on a night out will stand and she will not be returning to the force, police have...
● Robinson celebrates GB Boxing success HANNAH ROBINSON claimed her second GB Boxing Championship title as she edged out Kirsty Hills on a split decision in Sheffield.
● Falcons ringing the changes for cup tie NEWCASTLE FALCONS have made ten changes for this afternoon’s Championship Cup trip to Doncaster Knights, where victory would guarantee the club a home quarter-final.
● Newcastle: Police look for witness who helped defend woman from racial abuse POLICE are looking for a key witness who helped defend a woman who was being racially abused on a bus in Newcastle.
● Methven to leave director position CHARLIE METHVEN will retain his six per cent stake in Sunderland despite taking the decision to step down as one of the club’s directors.
● Armstrong suffers frustration as move for striker falls through DARLINGTON manager Alun Armstrong has had a frustrating week attempting to strengthen his squad for tomorrow’s home game with Chester.
● Audi driver arrested over crash that killed 20-year-old woman A YOUNG woman died after the car she was a passenger in crashed into a tree in the early hours of the morning - police have arrested the driver.
● Two hurt in four-vehicle crash on A19 at Easington TWO people were taken to hospital after a crash on the A19 which left one car on its roof.
● Letters: 'I found candidate Peter Gibson's answer to my question about TV licences unacceptable' AS I have elderly relatives living in Darlington, I decided to ask their Conservative candidate Peter Gibson what his thoughts...
● Letters: 'Socialism is diluted communism, a rose by another name' FOLLOWING the long tenure of the late Derek Foster, Helen Goodman was parachuted into a safe Labour seat, so safe, that even through Tony Blair’s 11 year reign, ...
● Moors looking for Leamington revenge Spennymoor are looking for swift revenge when they go to Leamington in the Vanarama National League North on Saturday.
● Boy, 14, arrested on suspicion of murder after man dies in Consett A TEENAGE boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was fatally injured.
● Daisy Chain charity superstore broken into on Portrack Lane in Stockton AN autism charity has been left "reeling" after thieves staged a break in at one of it's charity shops, making off with hundreds of pounds...
● Renewed appeal as police investigate gunfire in Stockton and Thornaby POLICE investigating reports of gun shots on Teesside earlier this week have renewed an appeal for information and witnesses.
● Man left with serious injuries near North Tees Hospital in Stockton A MOTORCYCLIST involved in a crash with a Ford Kuga which happened near a North-East hospital has suffered serious injuries.
● Overturned lorry shuts westbound carriageway of A66 THE westbound carriageway of the A66 is closed between Scotch Corner and Barnard Castle due to an overturned lorry.
● Family 'inconsolable' after couple killed in Newcastle hit and run THE family of an elderly couple killed in a hit and run say they will be “forever mourning their loss”.
● A19 closed northbound after due to serious accident THE northbound carriageway of the A19 is closed after a car flipped onto its roof.
● Jonathan Woodgate receives the backing of Steve Gibson JONATHAN WOODGATE has been assured that his job as Middlesbrough head coach is not at risk despite this week’s speculation that Neil Warnock was being lined up as a...
● Hitachi wins £350m intercity trains deal for Newton Aycliffe HITACHI has been awarded a £350 million contract to build 23 new trains for Avanti West Coast, the manufacturer has announced.
● Ross Kemp in Thornaby to support Labour candidate Dr Paul Williams DOCUMENTARY maker and EastEnders star Ross Kemp is in Thornaby this morning as part of Labour candidate Dr Paul Williams campaign to keep his seat.
● Former Boro keeper could sign permanently for Pools DIMI Konstantopoulos could be ready to make a permanent Hartlepool United return.
● Nine men in court after drugs raids in Durham and Sunderland NINE men have been charged with conspiring to supply heroin following a large-scale operation which saw police execute warrants at 15 properties across the north of...