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Hartlepool could miss out on Middlesbrough defender

Hartlepool United have their first training session of the season at Maiden Castle in Durham City. Picture: CHRIS BOOTH

HARTLEPOOL UNITED are back in pre-season training – but without two of last season’s loanees.

6:13am Friday 1 July 2016

Report which justifies Hartlepool fertility clinic closure criticised by leading councillor

Hartlepool borough councillor Ray Martin-Wells

A SPECIALLY commissioned consultation report into the potential closure of a Tees fertility clinic has been severely criticised.

4:47pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Tickets on sale from July 1 for Hartlepool's We Are Family

We Are Family is returning to Hartlepool

Tickets on sale from July 1 for Hartlepool's We Are Family

4:24pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Moors land new goalkeeper

Signing: Rafferty

ANDY RAFFERTY, the former Hartlepool United goalkeeper, is Spennymoor’s latest recruit.

11:20am Friday 1 July 2016

Somme 100: The small, sad, functional notebook stained with bloody Somme mud that tells a tale of death and sorrow

TRAGIC: The DLI’s D Company’s log book. It ends abruptly on first day of Somme when they were nearly all killed, wounded or missing. The book is now in the care of Hartlepool Council. Picture: TOM BANKS

THE letters 'w,' 'm' and 'k,' are marked, more and more, in the quartermaster's log book. 'Wounded,' 'missing,' 'killed.' Then nothing. The book just stops.

7:00am Friday 1 July 2016

Gezaincourt 1916: Gallant 18th Durham Light Infantry by Private John Scott

POET: Private John Scott who survived the horrors of July 1, 1916

A poem written by Private John Scott, of the Durham Pals, shortly after he had survived the horror of July 1, 1916. 

4:29pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Savannah Marshall eager to atone for London 2012 disappointment after confirmation of place on Olympic boxing team

Middleweight Savannah Marshall during the Olympics team announcement at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday June 30, 2016. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire.

SAVANNAH MARSHALL is determined to put her London 2012 disappointment behind her and “do herself justice” when she returns to the Olympic ring in Rio.

4:41pm Thursday 30 June 2016

A Date with Destiny: How the Durham Pals found themselves on the frontline on July 1, 1916

Soldiers go over the top at the Battle of the Somme into German gunfire


4:05pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Teesside research body helps rebirth of British Steel

VENTURE: The Materials Processing Institute, near Middlesbrough, will provide research and development support to British Steel

A TECHNOLOGY body has secured a deal to support a burgeoning steelmaker.

3:23pm Thursday 30 June 2016

Into the fires of Hell

ATTACK: British soldiers go over the top from a shallow assembly trench during the Battle of the Somme. Picture courtesy of the Imperial War Museum

At 7.30am on July 1, 1916, the whistles blew and thousands of British soldiers scrambled over the top into no man's land to meet their enemy. Many never came back.

2:08pm Thursday 30 June 2016
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