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Man denies starting house fire in Easington Colliery

TRIAL: Man accused of arson in terraced house in Easington to stand trial at Durham Crown Court, in September.

A MAN is to stand trial accused of deliberately starting a fire in an unoccupied terraced house in a former mining village.

3:40pm Thursday 27 April 2017

Guisborough hope for reprieve after finishing third bottom

Guisborough are now relying on a reprieve from the FA after they finished third bottom in the ENL first division when they were beaten 3-2 at home by champions South Shields on Saturday.

9:00am Sunday 23 April 2017

Stiffs sentences

HAIR TODAY: Alan Hamilton

Hetton-le-Hole, home of such football greats as Bob Paisley, Harry Potts and Ralph Coates, on occasion also hosts Sunderland’s Under 23s, or development squad or whatever it is that these days they’re called.

5:11am Thursday 27 April 2017


WYNN Derek Late of Raby Avenue, Easington, died at Cestrian Court, Chester Le Street, on April 21, aged 88 years. Husband of the late Nelly. Funeral, May 3, at 11.45a.m., All Saints Church, Penshaw.

1:51am Thursday 27 April 2017

Decision due on 74 houses for edge of Easington Village

DECISION: Councillors will vote on Easington Village housing plan when they meet at County Hall next week

A CONTROVERSIAL application to build a new housing estate on the edge of a village will be decided next week.

5:20pm Monday 3 April 2017

Easington MP Grahame Morris confirms he will be standing for re-election

Easington MP Grahame Morris

LABOUR MP Grahame Morris has confirmed that he will be standing for re-election in his Easington set.

12:39pm Wednesday 19 April 2017

North-East dish Panaculty to be celebrated on BBC show

COUNTRYFILE: Matt Baker and Bill Smithson cooking Panaculty, in Easington Colliery, which will air on Sunday’s Countryfile.

A TV presenter returned to his roots to cook a popular regional dish for a primetime BBC programme.

5:15pm Friday 21 April 2017

Controversial housing plans approved

County Hall in Durham.

A CONTROVERSIAL application to build a new housing estate on the edge of a village has been approved by a casting vote.

4:45pm Tuesday 11 April 2017

West caretaker Mark Hudson "very pleased" with win

West Auckland caretaker manager Mark Hudson admitted that he was very pleased after his side picked up a vital three points with a 1-0 win at Newcastle Benfield on Saturday.

10:22am Sunday 16 April 2017

Darlington Memorial Hospital proposals at heart of election clash as MP challenges Theresa May

HOSPITAL: Darlington MP Jenny Chapman

AN MP has clashed with the Prime Minister over the future of Darlington’s hospital services on the day members of Parliament were asked to vote on whether to call a general election in June.

4:35pm Wednesday 19 April 2017
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