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  A LONG-RUNNING amateur dramatic society is busy putting the final touches to its forthcoming version of the pantomime Pinocchio.
  BUSINESSES and individuals across the country were scammed out of millions of pounds, it has been revealed.
  ARTIFICIAL intelligence could soon lead to new evil types of cyber attacks, fake news with cars and drones hijacked and used as weapons, a...
  A NEW husband raped his bride, assaulted her and refused to allow her to visit her family, a jury heard.
  A GLASGOW woman says she has lived in fear everyday for more than a year after returning to her home which went up in flames, almost...
  US President Donald Trump has signed an order to ban bump-stock devices, which were used by a gunman who killed 58 Las Vegas concert-goers last year.
  I asked the chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality for the George W. Bush Administration whether Trump has done anything that will save...
  Intelligence papers and interviews lay bare severity of terror group’s rule in Somalia Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia are extorting huge sums from starving...
  A POPULAR teddy bear took to the streets with fellow fundraisers to raise awareness of his upcoming charity adventure.
  A FOLK musician will perform in the heart of the Durham Dales next month.
  ORGANISERS of one of the region’s leading cultural events are on the look-out for people to play their part in organising the celebration.
  DURHAM'S many landmarks can be seen from the splendid aerial view of the city from 1970 in the gallery above, but as loved as any of them ...
  A NEW exhibition featuring the work of six artists from across the region has gone on display in Barnard Castle.
  HORSERIDERS of all ages are being invited to take part in a charity forest ride.
  A CROWD funding campaign has been launched to bring books and stories to life for North-East children with special educational needs.
  PUPILS at a independent school have earned a place in the national final of a science competition.
  MORE than three quarters of people (77 per cent) in the North-East say they would back a law change in favour of an ‘opt out’ organ donation system, according to a survey by the British...
  Travel writer Tommy Walker has spent the last six years travelling the world. In the first edition of a new monthly feature for The Northern Echo, he writes about a city a bit closer to...
  A PETITION has been handed into the Government renewing calls for the East Coast Mainline franchise to be brought back into public ownership.
  A CROWDFUNDING page has been launched to help restore populations of the endangered water vole in the North-East.
  A DISABLED veteran who was evicted from his bungalow due to a benefits mix up and rehoused 300 miles away will finally return home...
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