RONNIE MOORE suffered triple frustration as his Hartlepool United side went out of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy at the first hurdle.
Hartlepool United 1
Spennymoor 2 Harrogate RA 0.
Marske United and North Shields both went out of the FA Cup to EvoStik League sides.
POLICE say they have traced 34-year-old Peter Wyatt who was last seen at the University Hospital of North Tees yesterday evening.
THE death of a father-of-three was a “tragic accident”, a coroner has ruled.
MOST QUAKERS were to be found in the park last week for the latest of the summer relay events where, unlike at the World Athletics Championships, all our runners managed to get the baton round safely!
AN application to remove a noise condition from a racecourse’s licence has been approved by councillors, despite passionate please from nearby residents.
OFSTED'S report into children's services managed by Darlington Borough Council is not all bad. There are strengths highlighted in important areas such as adoption and the progress of children leaving care – and those positives should be properly…
A ONE-year-old baby boy had to be airlifted to hospital on Sunday (August 30) from Reeth, in the Yorkshire Dales.
DOZENS of budding artists put pens, pencils and paintbrushes to paper over the bank holiday weekend in an attempt to ‘capture the spirit’ of Barnard Castle.
BUDDING journalists are needed to play their part in a brave new world.
A FORMER soldier who survived an IRA bomb blast was today (Tuesday September 1) jailed for two years for fiddling benefits for almost 20 years following his medical discharge from the Army.
THERE was slapstick a-plenty during Bank Holiday celebrations in County Durham.
A SCHEME to bring minor offenders fact to face with their victims has been introduced across Cleveland today (Tuesday, September 1).
AN elderly dementia sufferer was driven to withdraw money by a gang of rogue traders - then abandoned when they realised he had forgotten his bank card.
THE impact of the First World War on communities across the North-East will be explored at a special event next week.
INSPIRATIONAL Julie John has had her head shaved for Macmillan Cancer Support after surviving cancer twice, writes Beth Hughes.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to demolish a nursery in the west end of Darlington and replace it with nearly 30 new houses will be discussed by council planners.
FOOD made by small producers in North Yorkshire are to go on sale in Co-operative Food stores, which has signed a deal with local companies.
HEARTLESS thieves broke into a seasonal tourist attraction and stole the contents of charity boxes as well as equipment.
A KIND-HEARTED eight-year-old has donated her hair to a charity that helps children with cancer – in what is the latest in a series of fundraising ventures by the youngster.
WITNESSES to two suspected arson attacks in Darlington are being urged to come forward.
A CHINESE restaurant owner who fraudulently claimed more than £100,000 in VAT repayments has been jailed – after customs officials noticed his forged invoices contained spelling mistakes.
RESEARCHERS are taking on a unique project in an attempt to change the behaviour of teenagers and prevent them from getting into dangerous situations as a result of alcohol.
POLICE are appealing to farmers after suspected stolen lambs were found near Thirsk.
A BOY is in hospital after being assaulted by a gang of up to five teenagers.
IN DIVISION Two Billingham The White House made it two wins in a row with a hard fought victory against Jolly Farmers. The visitors shocked the home side when they scored in the opening minute and this served as a…
VOLUNTEERING opportunities at a North-East museum will be under the spotlight this weekend.
THE international smash hit musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert has returned to the North-East by popular demand.
A COUNCIL chief executive has stopped short of issuing an apology after a damning Ofsted report rated children's services at Darlington Borough Council as inadequate.
SCHOOLS are being given the chance to make a little bit of history – by giving their name to a new species of tree.
A CATHEDRAL service is to take place to celebrate The Queen’s record-breaking reign.
THOUSANDS of visitors turned out to enjoy this year’s Stockton Summer Show.
A GROUP of jugglers are hoping to catch some new recruits with a series of sessions for beginners.
A NORTH Yorkshire brewery is celebrating the arrival of the Rugby World Cup with the launch of a special new seasonal ale.
REMAINS from a Stone Age campsite have been unearthed in the North-East.
POOH may have been a bear of very little brain, but the pastime he invented still brings joy to young and old - and now tourism experts have identified an ideal spot to play it in the region.
A NEW clinic is being launched to offer a range of personal development support to businesses and private clients, including counselling, coaching and anger and stress management.
PAINT firm AkzoNobel is to invest about £1m to build a pilot plant for coating resins at its performance coatings site in the North-East.
A FORMER police officer accused of benefit fraud has refused to accept his claims were dishonest - even though there was £180,000 in an account.
AROUND 300 runners are expected to take part in a cross country race taking place this weekend.
THE UK's biggest holiday park operator is to be created in a £960 million merger deal.
Not yet fallen on stony ground, the column stumbles across some former-day saints.
THERE is no doubt that Tony Blair is damaged goods as far as the Labour Party is concerned. The flawed justification for bombing Iraq hangs over him like a bad smell and, with prolonged delays over the publication of the Chilcot inquiry, the air is…
AN angler has been knocked unconcious after being "punched" by a fish.
THREE men are facing lengthy prison sentences for their parts in an eight-month campaign of burglaries across the region.
If the North-East wants devolution, it will have to accept elected mayors. Kevan Jones argues there are too many unanswered questions.
IN his support of Jeremy Corbyn, Allan Ryan said it didn’t matter if the leader of the Labour Party was electable as long as the party offered a clear alternative (HAS, Aug 21), but the whole purpose of a major political party contesting a general…