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10 books to give this Christmas

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Riley's Fish Shack

Plastics are off the menu for diners

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Geordie Jackpot winner Sharon Armstrong celebrates with Jonathan Edwards. Picture by Will Walker / North News & Pictures.

Luck of the draw for Wallsend residents

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Whitley Bay

Whitley Bay councillors in street visits

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Work underway on new flood defence in Whitley Bay

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Important role of women at war

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Christmas schedule for Tunnel’s bus replacement service

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Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

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The potentially dangerous adapters.

B&Q issues urgent recall for 'fire risk' remote control plugs

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Schoolchildren entertain the crowds at the Victorian Christmas Market in North Shields.

Market turns back the clock

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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

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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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Good rating for Northumbria Police in legitimacy assessment

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Officers urge buyers to beware after fraudulent sale

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Some of the firearms surrendered to Northumbria Police.

Nearly 300 firearms surrendered to Northumbria Police

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CCTV appeal after Whitley Bay theft

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Children to spend the day offline

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Pictured, from left, are headteacher at Appletree Gardens First School Jill Burrell, pupils Layland Bertram and Mia Ram, and North Tyneside Elected Mayor Norma Redfearn.

First schools book a place in literary support initiative

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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

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

An unforgettable trip to Cambodia for North Shields students

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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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Partnership to promote North East to overseas visitors

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The winners at the North Tyneside Business Awards. Picture by The Bigger Picture Agency.

Honouring the best of North Tyneside businesses

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Ian Wallace, who has opened RedBeard Leathersmiths in Whitley Bay. Picture by John Millard.

Crafting a new business in Whitley Bay

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Tony Fraser, estimating manager; Craig Firth, managing director; and Ross Bailey, director, at GasTech Ltd.

North Shields firm looks to build on its growing success

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North of Tyne devolution: Next stage begins

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Elected Mayor Norma Redfearn. Picture by Jane Coltman

Devolution deal is exciting

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The Forum Shopping Centre in Wallsend.

A worthwhile trade group

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Alan Campbell, MP for Tynemouth.

Budget lacking in investment

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Norma Redfearn, Elected Mayor for North Tyneside.

North of Tyne devolution deal details revealed

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Campaign to make Tynemouth coastline plastic-free

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Fish stocks have been boosted at Killingworth Lake.

Fish stocks get a boost at popular lake

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Work to tackle North Tyneside flooding moves to final phase

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

The secret’s out for community garden

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Urgent care services ‘will continue 24/7’

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North Tyneside General Hospital, Rake Lane, North Shields

Politicians vow to continue the fight over North Tyneside’s urgent care

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Colin Shevills, director of Balance, the North East Alcohol Office.

Conference asks: Are we teaching our children to drink?

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Shiremoor Resource Centre, where Earsdon Park Medical Centre is based.

Patients dealt a blow with news GP practice to close

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Joanne Good is backing a campaign calling on the end of cheap alcohol after her 16-year-old daughter Megan Craig-Wilkinson passed away on New Years Day 2014 after drinking cheap white cider at a New Years Eve party.

North Tyneside mum backs fresh calls to end cheap alcohol

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