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A lesson in transparency for the Speaker

A lesson in transparency for the Speaker

Councillor Heather Scott

Crossing the party lines

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BRAVE: Paul and Claire Remmer

Child rape victim: 'I've finally got myself closure'

Leonardo DiCaprio is in line for an Oscar and $232,000-worth of goodies for The Revenant

Deserving a bum rap

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HEADLINE CHALLENGE: The Headline Challenge is played out every week day between The Northern Echo's editor Peter Barron, left, and BBC Tees's Ali Brownlee

Headline Challenge - 2016 so far in quirky headlines

Coupe: The Citroen SM was ahead of its time (55635308)

Citroen body and a Maserati engine: what could go wrong?

Library founder Edward Pease with his daughter, Beatrice, who opened it, when she was 19 (55717649)

Bringing to book the library founder

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REPUBLICAN: Donald Trump

Why the rise of Trump is a real worry

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'NEGLECTED': Darlington's Victorian covered market

Time for a united front

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CHAMPION: Mark Solan has reached finals of Pride of Britain. He has raised over £21,000 for cancer charities and is now planning to set up his own trust. Picture: TOM BANKS

A man on a mission

Last Legs Challenge walkers at Finchale Priory

Happy landings

INTERESTING EVENING: Pete Everett with Steve Davis at Darlington Snooker Club last Friday night

Pot and kettle, an entertaining evening with a snooker legend

Mum at Large: Ruth Campbell

Stretched too thin

The Seat Ateca (55635918)

Seat's first SUV

Voyage of rediscovery. Alex gets to grips with the women's make-up bags

BYOB – bring your own bag…

Prime Minister David Cameron. Picture: PA

PM has to recognise his mistake

FREED EARLY: David Lutz Ward

He filmed himself attempting to rape a baby yet was released early from prison - what a mockery of justice

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PRIORITY: Darlington’s covered market, which could be sold under Labour’s plans

The Government is not to blame for Darlington's woes

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The Mallard A4 locomotive

Statue of limitations, there’s outrage that the bird has flown

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Prime Minister David Cameron (left) and US President Barack Obama serving food to a member of the military during a barbecue in the garden of 10 Downing Street, London. Picture: Matt Dunham/PA Wire

What legacy will Obama leave to us?

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Geoff Chapman, assistant headteacher and head of English at Darlington School of Maths and Science Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

When the tables do not add up

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LISTENING: Greg Clark

Fighting for a fair deal on council funding

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Irene and Derek

How Sir Harry changed our world

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OPEN LETTER: The Northern Echo's Editor Peter Barron is sending an open letter to George Osborne

Open letter to George Osborne as Darlington faces devastating cuts

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HISTORY: Darlington's Victorian covered market

Pulling together in the interests of Darlington

ALL-ROUND SPORTSMAN: Barrie Richardson batting for Mainsforth against Ushaw Moor in 1997

A goalkeeper, swashbuckling batsman and top darts player departs

David and Brooklyn Beckham in Weymouth last year

Shopping abstinence over

New Fiat 500

Drive Test Drive for Fiat 500

CUP FEVER: Action from Sunderland RCA (red shirts) v Bristol Manor Farm in the FA Vase last Saturday

Off the rails

The Georgian Theatre, Stockton, celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2013

Don't let our indy venues disappear

The clouds over Teesdale. Picture: PAUL KINGSTON/NORTH NEWS

Beamed down from the nacreous clouds

Citroen (54813372)

Citroen's new C1

THE TR7: How to create a disaster out of a Triumph.

Who was to blame for the TR7 disaster?

ABUSE: At their Ladgate Lane HQ, Cleveland Police launch a film to highlight awareness of sexual abuse services across the region. Di Ellis was a victim of sex abuse as a child. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Child abuse survivor speaks of her ordeal to encourage other victims to come forward

HISTORY:The Dress Agency Barnard Castle is due to reopen and they have  found some historic objects while renovating its basement, picture owner Leah Hobson with the stove they found. Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

Impress with a dress

An NHS 111 call centre

Make first call to your own GP

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Road Angel watches over you

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No relationship is perfect but we are better off in the EU

No relationship is perfect but we are better off in the EU

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Transport of delight? The column spends an anxious five hours on the X18

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Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London. Picture: PA Wire

Tighten-up needed over expenses

SUM OPPORTUNITY: Pocket Money Pitch presenter Steph McGovern Picture: PA Photo/BBC/Scott Kershaw

Small pockets, big ideas

The Fun Lovin Criminals

Car Torque with .... DJ Fast of the Fun Lovin Criminals

Camila Batmanghelidjh, the Kids Company founder. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA

So much for austerity - how was so much public money lavished on the Kids Company charity?

If you want to remain sexually active, you should eat a healthy diet, according to a report in The Daily Telegraph

Why a good old sex life needs a push

END OF AN ERA: Sir Terry Wogan died after a short battle with cancer. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Terry Wogan: end of an era

St George's School perform the frog dance (54077154)

Hopportunity knocks!

PLEDGE: Jo Curry, executive director of Changing Lives

Have charities gone too far?

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The final Defender rolls of the production line

End of an era, end of an icon - final Land Rover Defender rolls off production line

Kate Chisholm, headteacher of Skerne Park Academy, Darlington

A valuable lesson

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Hyundai Tucson, to accompany Driven test drive set for Daily Echo on January 29, 2016  (53753781)

Driven Test Drive Hyundai Tucson

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