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'Gobsmacked', 'thanks', 'ashamed' - See how people reacted to your town or city's Brexit vote

'Gobsmacked', 'thanks', 'ashamed' -  See how people reacted to your town's Brexit vote

THE North-East was a key area in the Brexit vote.

12:15pm Friday 24 June 2016

Great things to do this weekend

Thornton Hall Gardens, Darlington: Open on Sunday and Wednesday

1940's weekend around Barnard Castle this weekend The event will include living history displays, military vehicles, a 1940s dance on the Saturday night with Jane Francis, the 'Lancashire Belle', photographic displays of Teesdale at War in the…

12:02pm Friday 24 June 2016

Brexit 'leaves dark clouds hanging over steelmaking sector'

BLOW: Redcar's SSI UK went into liquidation last year after the company lost its battle against lower prices, rising imports and crippling energy costs. UK Steel says the EU referendum could deliver further woes for the industry		Picture: TOM BANKS

THE UK’s battered steel sector will be rocked further by the Brexit, an industry organisation has warned.

9:18am Friday 24 June 2016

How the North-East and North Yorkshire voted in the EU referendum

The count at Spennymoor Leisure Centre where the County Durham votes were counted. Picture: TOM BANKS

THE North-East has decided overwhelmingly to leave the EU on a momentous night for Britain.

1:00pm Friday 24 June 2016

Campaign launched to restore legendary explorer Gertrude Bell's childhood home in Redcar

Gertrude Bell outside her tent in Babylon

A CAMPAIGN has been launched to save the former home of legendary explorer and diplomat Gertrude Bell.

5:24pm Sunday 19 June 2016

Inspirational Redcar girl flying high after visit to RAF Leeming

Caitlyn Manley in the cockpit of a Hawk jet

A GIRL who wrote a book about enduring gruelling surgery has been given a unique experience at an RAF base to celebrate her courage and inspiration to young people.

5:09am Tuesday 21 June 2016

"Smears save 4,500 lives a year", women told

Taken: Saturday 18th June  Katrina Jackson, Health Improvement Commissioner (Healthcare Quality) and Carolyn Watts(glasses), Community Health Development Co-Ordinator at the park run on Saturday handing out information on good cervical screening. 
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TWO councils used a popular event to spread the message about cervical screening.

4:41pm Tuesday 21 June 2016

Churches rally round refugees in east Cleveland

Refugee children from Syria

Young asylum seekers arriving from war-torn Syria and other troubled parts of the world are being helped to blend into their new surroundings.

2:50pm Sunday 19 June 2016

My 'clever, funny, fearless' friend Jo Cox would insist we fight against hate

MP Jo Cox, who was murdered in her constituency

JO Cox was my friend. She was clever, funny, warm and fearless. She fizzed with energy and ideas. She always had a cheeky grin and a wise word.

2:26pm Saturday 18 June 2016

Live: Britain to leave the EU after historic vote - what now?

Live updates from EU referendum counts across the North-East and North Yorkshire

Shock result triggers collapse in the pound and fears for the immediate aftermath

9:29am Friday 24 June 2016
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