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  Scared of being bored this weekend? Not anymore!
  There could also be new schools, community facilities and a retirement home built at the site
  It was feared increased traffic from the 15 new flats would "jam up" the city's already congested roads
  You may have seen brightly-painted rocks hidden around towns and villages across Cambridgeshire
  The service is available to everyone over 18 not yet vaccinated
  YOUNG water polo players have represented their home club in a national competition.
  PEOPLE are being urged to give their old clothes and shoes to support the Bradley Lowery Foundation.
  A SELFLESS grandfather who was told three months ago that his prostate cancer was terminal has been awarded for continuing his volunteer work.
  A HOMELESS teenager living with autism and Tourette’s has turned his fortunes around to secure himself a home and a job.
  A BROTHER and sister are fundraising for a mountain rescue team which had attempted to save their late father, who lost his life while out walking.
  A NEW community for people with learning disabilities has launched in North Yorkshire.
  THE former Scissor Sisters frontman will be bringing his unique sound to County Durham this summer after being added to a festival programme.
  A SHOPWORKER left scarred for life after a can was thrown when she asked a customer for ID believes the justice system has let her down.
  THE exploration of a North-East riverbed over more than a decade has revealed significant new information about the history of the textile industry in the region.
  A NEW festival aimed at inspiring people to get outside is taking place this weekend.
  A SPECIAL school has been picked out for praise for inspiring its students through sport.
  HUNDREDS of schoolchildren from the North-East came together yesterday to celebrate the Commonwealth with a colourful procession through the centre of Durham City.
  THE story of a North-East-born soldier, who joined the Anzac war-effort a century ago, can now be read on-line.
  A CHANCE remark made in a Durham City cafe was to set Gary Bankhead on a path that was to change his life. Gary, a firefighter and dive leader with...
  AN application has been made to formally recognise a historic library’s significance as an asset to the community.
  A NORTH-East MP was among the 40,000 runners who completed the hottest London Marathon on record to raise money for charity.
  AN elderly couple who quietly supported a village church for decades have made it one of the major benefactors of their will.
  CONCERNS for the future of a hospital and medical services in a town have heightened after NHS bosses declined to respond to claims they planned to move the services...
  VULNERABLE people are being put at risk by a lack of regulation in day care services, according to a charity boss.
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