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Wallsend charity planning its Christmas events

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Pupils at Grasmere Academy celebrate their 'good' rating.

School goes from inadequate to good in three years

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Gordon Griffin, originally from Whitley Bay, with his MBE at Buckingham Palace.

Actor collects his MBE award from the Queen

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Artist has designs on setting up his own business

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Longbenton charity lands £43,000 cash boost

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Don’t sell out fishing trade

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Malcolm follows in the footsteps of Sir Richard Branson to win award

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Staff at Spring Terrace Health Centre celebrate the practices good rating.

Good news for North Shields GP practice

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Courage the Cat at Xtreme Bounce.

Jump in to help charity this Christmas

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Dominic Raab - Why tougher sentences for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

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Howdon Metro Station.

Metro is in the running to win industry awards

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The roadworks at Silverlink to install a triple-deck roundabout.

Rescheduled: Abnormal load to shut the A19 at Silverlink tonight

Transport
Roadworks at Silverlink to create a triple-deck roundabout.

UPDATE: Abnormal load's journey through North East tonight cancelled

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The roadworks at Silverlink

Warning of delays as abnormal load to pass through North East on A1 and A19

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CCTV appeal after Whitley Bay theft

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Witness appeal after attempted robbery in North Shields

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Thomas Wright, chairman of Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, Dame Vera Baird QC, Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, Northumbria Police ACC Rachel Bacon and Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service's Chief Fire Officer Chris Lowther.

Emergency services join forces for Bonfire campaign

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Dominic Raab - Why tougher sentences for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Crime

First schools book a place in literary support initiative

Education
Ron Henderson from TT2 and teacher Gemma Wynn with the children from Stephenson Memorial Primary School, who are heading off to China thanks to a TT2 donation.

Tunnels operator sets children up for an Oriental adventure

Education
Students from St Thomas More Roman Catholic Academy enjoyed a trip to Cambodia.

An unforgettable trip to Cambodia for North Shields students

Education
Cai Johnson, seven, with the Green Tree Schools Award platinum level given to Percy Main Primary in North Shields by the UK's largest woodland conservation charity, the Woodland Trust.

Primary school goes platinum for nature

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Northumbria School of English students at Whitley Bay.

Biggest success for Whitley Bay class of 2017

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Whitley Bay restaurant thanks bank after expansion plans come to fruition

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Participants in the Working Roots training scheme receive their certificates.

Training scheme offers new roots to work for youngsters

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Make new contacts in an instant with speed networking at the North Tyneside Business Exhibition.

Businesses join forces at forum

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Jo-Anne Torre, owner and principal teacher at Decote Dance & Decote Diggers in Whitley Bay.

Dance teacher on shortlist for award

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Don’t sell out fishing trade

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Elected Mayor Norma Redfearn.  Picture by Jane Coltman

Spending cuts are a challenge

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Remembrance service at Whitley Bay-MP Alan Campbell.
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Commitment to remember

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Alan Campbell, MP for Tynemouth.

Bill to protect the protectors

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Work to tackle North Tyneside flooding moves to final phase

Environment
The Secret Garden Club, based behind the Young Peoples Centre in Whitley Bay.

The secret’s out for community garden

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Waste dumped illegally in an empty commercial property.

Waste criminals dump £750,000 clean-up bill on North-East landowners

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Dr Jacqui Pocklington and citizen scientist Dave Bell pictured at Brown's Bay, Cullercoats, analysing marine life. Picture by Mike Urwin

Day of reckoning for alien invaders

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Good news for North Shields GP practice

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Ignorance about anatomy is endangering the effectiveness of health screening campaigns that target a specific organ, warn scientists.

Public's poor knowledge of anatomy 'hampers healthcare'

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Shopkeeper John McClurey, a former North of England president of the National Federation of Retail Newsagents; Amanda Healy, director of public health; Ailsa Rutter, director of Fresh; and Peter Wright, from the North East Public Protection Partnership.

Illegal tobacco bought by more than half of teenage smokers in Northumberland

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Patients urged to do the 'jab dab' in flu vaccine campaign as winter weather sets in

Health