Hartlepool boss Ronnie Moore says he is interested in Evans despite Ched Evans being found guilty of rape in 2011
Talk reveals North East world of sand dunes and flooding by a vast inland sea
New documentary focuses on the Hutchinsons, of Forest-in-Teesdale, as they attempt to breed the perfect flock of Swaledale sheep
But Northumberland County Council admits there has been a fall in student numbers after bringing in transport charges
Kate Proctor speaks to Newcastle lawyer Cris McCurley as she celebrates a 25 year career
Re-privatisation of rail line will only benefit Virgin and Stagecoach shareholders, says regional head of TUC
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I’ve been thinking a lot about the 1997 General Election recently, particularly as I’ve travelled around the region talking with small numbers of enthusiasts"
I remember being interviewed for the job of running the Community Foundation in 1988 on the same day as first Red Nose Day"
Things are moving on so quickly, it would be nice to relax and enjoy the view of where we've come from"
It seems we over-50s are now expected to adopt a particular lifestyle. When I passed the hurdle, I thought I was only required to have the odd midlife crisis."
The difference is that since the arrival of the National Lottery small communities can enjoy some big funding of their own"
Because I take a keen interest in history, and regretted that my parents never thought to do as much for me, I have put aside some mementoes for my boys to ponder in the years ahead"
All results declared null and void after batch of rogue pies is eaten
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