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Sales soar as Bishop Auckland McDonald's reopens after refurb

REOPENED: McDonald's at Tindale Crescent, near Bishop Auckland, is back in business and more popular than ever following refurbishment

DINERS desperate for their favourite fast food fix are flocking to the revamped McDonald’s at Bishop Auckland’s out of town shopping park.

12:57pm Thursday 27 April 2017

Unemployed can find role with help from Auckland Castle

SUPPORT: Kimberley Batey, Dale & Valley Homes’ community training project co-ordinator, with Alison Tweddle, community outreach officer for Auckland Castle Trust, promoting the course.

UP to 15 people could be on the road to employment with a scheme which aims to provide them with the necessary skills.

3:11pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Teams invited to unite against dementia at five-a-side football tournament

Sunderland AFC striker, Duncan Watmore, opening the new 3G pitch last year

FOOTBALL rivals will unite against dementia for a special five-a-side tournament in Bishop Auckland next month.

7:47pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Who can blame Theresa May for calling an election? - not this lifelong Labour voter

Prime Minister Theresa May

SO Theresa May has become sick of opposition MPs and the Lords trying to control Brexit even though the vast majority have used the words "we accept the result of the referendum" but fail to add the vital end to the sentence "but will continue to…

11:56am Thursday 27 April 2017

Ready, steady, Mo

DEFEATED: Overtaken by a mum with a pushchair

IN my head, I’ve always been a sporting legend, blessed with natural talent and adored by millions.

10:59am Thursday 27 April 2017

Play dares to challenge stereotypes

Writer and performer Sarah Emmott

Declaration, a new play coming to Stockton in May, challenges stereotypes with a curious, comic and candid look at ADHD, mental health and diagnosis in the 21st Century.

10:31am Thursday 27 April 2017

Stand alone

Approaching Harrogate.

Madge Stamp was right, her view now unobstructed. As Billingham Synthonia’s tea hut supremo supposed in last week’s column, the Synners’ now-endangered cantilever stand really is Britain’s oldest and may well have been the first ever.

6:09am Thursday 27 April 2017

Reader's letter: Broadchurch casting - did they get the scripts mixed up?

Reader's letter: Broadchurch catsing - did they get the scripts mixed up

As Broadchurch slowly drowned in a shoal of red herrings any true critique of the show would have to address the bizarre casting.

8:59pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Reader's letter: Whatever label you give him, Jeremy Corbyn is a menace

Reader's letter: Whatever label you give him, Jeremy Corbyn is a menace

WE all like putting labels on people, but which one do you choose for Jeremy Corbin?

8:56pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Horseriders get dressed up for charity event in Forest

RIDE: The little girl was announced winner of the charity horse ride's fancy dress competition

HORSERIDERS of all ages joined a fun Easter ride in a County Durham forest at the weekend to raise funds for an equine charity.

6:46pm Wednesday 26 April 2017
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