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  A CHARITY which helps support teenagers facing up to drug and alcohol issues has received a financial boost.
  A HOMELESS thief went on a shoplifting spree to steal camping equipment as he planned to spend the night sleeping rough.
  AN ANONYMOUS cash donation of £1,000 has boosted an online fund which will allow a young dad to be buried in his beloved football team’s colours.
  A RUNNING club made a whistle stop tour of County Durham over the weekend as they set themselves a 158-mile challenge.
  A SCHEME has been launched in Bishop Auckland to give people access to free books.
  STUDENTS have been learning about the potential impact of climate change on Bishop Auckland.
  A MINIATURE world will be opened up to public at one of the region’s museums next month.
  CLASSIC cars and bikes are set to return to a County Durham castle this summer.
  HORTICULTURAL enthusiasts travelled far and wide to visit one Teesdale village's open garden event at the weekend.
  COMMUNITY organisations in Teesdale are being encouraged to apply for more than £100,000 of funding from their area action partnership.
  A POPULAR open air night show is being credited with giving tourism a real boost in the region.
  PATIENTS from an under-threat surgery have been left “extremely disappointed” after hearing investment was planned at...
  MORE than 22,000 people have signed up to become Dementia Friends in North Yorkshire.
  A TOWN will pay tribute to its strong royal connections to a medieval king this weekend.
  FIFTY years of entertainment is being marked by the planting of 50 trees.
  A LOCAL speciality grower celebrated 25 years of successfully producing herbs, salads and edible flowers with an open day for chefs and food companies from around the UK.
  ENERGETIC tourists and residents alike who want to see York in a different light can take advantage of a running tours.
  WASTE bosses say the battle against illegal tipping across North Yorkshire continues as they clamp down on cross border rubbish dumping.
  A FAMILY lawyer who volunteers for The Children’s Society has been recognised for helping to improve the lot of vulnerable youngsters.
  A SCHOOL is helping a nearby hotel in its bid to become a world record holder.
  ORGANISERS of a successful apprenticeship scheme which has trained more than 120 young people say there is a shortage of youngsters coming forward.
  YOUNGSTERS are being encouraged to get creative in the run-up to an art fair in Thirsk.
  A 40-STRONG male voice choir, based in a remote, rural village in North Yorkshire, will be turning its vocals to country music for one night only.
  A MAN who defied a terminal cancer diagnosis by undergoing ground-breaking surgery is soon to lead a team on a 10,000-mile charity rally across 24...
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