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PRICE IS RIGHT: The Half Moon Pub on Northgate in Darlington is celebrating its second birthday by turning the clock back on its beer prices.  Landlord John Anderson with pint and £2.50.  Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Pub turns the clock back on beer prices to celebrate anniversary

NO HOLDING BACK: Martin Wilby, owner of The Lab gym on Faverdale Industrial Estate in Darlington has won a Ju Jitsu championship which took place in Coventry. Pictured in the gym throwing Richie Duggan. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Jiu Jistsu champ flies the flag for the North-East

REGENERATION: A rebuilding project in the Red Hall area of Darlington with 56 homes being demolished and new ones being built.  The old and the new by Epsom Court.  Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Multi-million pound regeneration of Darlington estate gathers pace

GOOD: GP practice praised by inspectors

Neasham Road GP practice praised by inspectors

PARTNERSHIP: Left to right: Tim Lichfield of Star, John Clayton of star, Alisha Blunt, Lesley Boyle of Star, Claire Turner of Darlington College, students Lewis McDermott and Carly Wood

New academy gives students a taste of live broadcasting

CRASH: The head-on collision happened on Roundhill Road in the village, near Darlington

Head-on collision in Hurworth

COURT: The scales of justice statue outside Teesside crown court where David Pigg appeared today

Drunken man escapes jail after attacking Good Samaritan at Darlington taxi rank

CANINES: A fun dog show is being held in Sadberge

Fun dog show

CHARITY NIGHT: Joshua Connor performed at the annual charity concert organised by the Darlington Lions Club

Charity concert

BITES: Charity demand law change over rising number of dog bites

Dog bite injuries more common in the North-East than the majority of the UK

CHARITY: From left, Richard Maddison, Nicola Laycock, Katie Dresser and Lynn Bell  of Willow Green Care Home who are doing a zip wire for charity. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

Care home staff to zip across the Tyne

BRAVE: Mountaineer Simon Yates

An evening of adventure at Darlington Civic Theatre

INCIDENT: Emergency services attended the scene

Woman taken to hospital after A1 crash

FUN: Oscar Small and Faith Small with Alice in Wonderland and White Rabbit characters

Heroes and fairytale characters visit a Darlington park

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Town centre businesses are being given the opportunity to set up their shops in Darlington town hall foyer. Hannah Garside of Maison Royale shows off her wares to Lucy Humphreys, policy and research officer in the business support team

Pop up shop to help Darlington businesses promote themselves

WINNERS: Carmel College's Year 10 football team

School celebrates as Carmel football team lift town cup

TRAFFIC WARDEN: Traffic warden asks paramedics to move ambulance during incident

Traffic warden tells paramedics dealing with violent drunk to move ambulance

POLLUTION: A dead trout in Aldbrough Beck, near Aldbrough St John, Richmond.

Hundreds of dead fish prompt pollution inquiry

COURT DATE: Former Darlington manager Dave Penney has been charged with assaulting a police officer

Former Darlington manager in court charged with assaulting police officer

HOME NEEDED: Ringo the 7 months old Lurcher at the Dogs Trust Dogmobile in Darlington. Picture: STUART BOULTON

Dogs Trust Dogmobile rolls into Darlington

DECISIONS: The planning committee meets at Darlington Town Hall

Residents' frustration as changes to Hurworth development are lodged

BAN: Legal highs to be banned

Authorities welcome ban on legal highs while drugs campaigners call for regulation over prohibition

DONATION: Sam Kitson, 15 (left) receives a cheque from the School’s student Rotary group Interact members Nathan Alcock and Richard Hart for money raised in support of victims in Nepal.

North East pupils rally for Nepal earthquake victims

BOOKS: Lord Jeffrey Archer

Lord Archer to visit Hurworth resort for charity talk

MANAGER: Hayley Grainger is pictured with one-year-old Camilla Leggott in the nursery’s baby room.

Darlington nursery is a family affair

COURT: Joseph Betteridge appeared at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates Court

Free from court - drunk who attacked paramedics believing they were robbers

COURT: Jonathan Shearer

Darlington man in court following paedophile hunter video

MAN SAFE: Durham Constabulary said a man had threatened to throw himself from the bridge, but had been talked down by officers

Man safe after threatening to jump off motorway bridge between Darlington and Newton Aycliffe

ACTVITIY: Care home staff Jamila Malik and Nicola McGuinness, with residents Thomas Paterson and Margaret Winter

Fundraising event at care home

ISSUE: Singer Rich Cottell tackles cyber safety through song, with DSMS student Jakub Matusiak

Students learn how to beat the cyber-bullies

WINNERS: Members of the QE rock choir after winning the competition last year

Choir praised by tenor during Darlington show, as singing competition returns for another year

FUNDRAISERS: The Red Lion, in Darlington, is hosting a series of charity fundraisers

Pub to host series of fundraisers

INSPECTOR: Inspector Caroline Dawson is the new neighbourhood inspector in Darlington Picture:SARAH CALDECOTT. (26993466)

'Paedophile hunters could jeopardise investigations' say police following Darlington incident

MASCOT: Melissa Brunskill and Charlene Small with some of the mascots. Picture: STUART BOULTON. (27075117)

Magical moments land children's entertainers place as finalists in international competition

DEVIOUS: Julian Horley

Devious paedophile jailed for 20 years for preying on vulnerable schoolboy

RNIB: Course will equip sensory impaired people with digital skills

Darlington woman backs project delivering online skills to the sensory impaired

ON STAGE: Darlington singer Latoya Black.  Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Jamaican singer Latoya urges Darlington to support its arts scene

PARKING: DBC are proposing changes to parking in Darlington

Darlington's parking regulations to change on a number of roads

MIXED MESSAGE: Confusing signs at a car park behind Bondgate, Darlington over the pricing for parking.  Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

Darlington parking row as former magistrate landed with ticket over 'misleading signs'

ACCOLADE: Alcohol Concern has awarded Darlington Borough Council the Dry January champion of 2015 for Innovation award.

Award for Dry January campaign

Police arrest man after Facebook video

UPDATED: Darlington man charged with grooming a child after Facebook video

Teesside Combined Court Centre, Middlesbrough

Psychiatric patient 'bottled' support worker on trip to Darlington pub

FUNDRAISER: Sarah Woodward with one-year-old Elliott Picture: STUART BOULTON

Darlington mother to raise funds for baby son's hospital

PRAISE: Niven Architects director Simon Crowe

National praise for Darlington architects

SHOW: Darlington Civic Theatre

Science show blasting into Darlington

THEATRE: Whitney – Queen of the Night comes to Darlington Civic Theatre on Thursday, June 4

Whitney – Queen of the Night comes to Darlington

CHALLENGE: Gerald Lee with the badminton team. Also pictured is Darren Cole, duty manager at the Dolphin Centre who welcomed the mayor and mayoress.

Mayor accepts challenge from young badminton players

Darlington Young Citzen of the Year Kasia Polkoszek receives her trophy from President of Darlington Rotary Club Ken Wiper and former citizen of the year Lol Degnan. (26959065)

Best of Darlington Awards celebrates town's brightest stars

PROJECT: Work to repair the A67 landslip at Carlbury, near Darlington, is nearing completion

A67 finally set to re-open - after three years

POVERTY: The Government has denied claims it is short changing children in the region by failing to increase child benefits in line with the cost of living

More than 130,000 children in the North-East 'in families cutting back on food or heating'

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