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NHS workers suffering under bureaucrats who regard patients as troublesome creatures

HEAR ALL SIDES: Letters to the Editor

WHEN the NHS was set up after the Second World War it was supposed to supply free healthcare for everyone, based on need only, but since then the bureaucrats have taken over.

3:19pm Wednesday 22 February 2017

Warning - distressing images: Confrontation outside court as men plead guilty to burying dog alive with nail through its head

COURT: Heathcock, left, Finch, right and the x-ray of the dog showing the nail

TWO men who buried a dog alive after hammering a nail into its head thought they were “doing the right thing”, a court heard.

7:00pm Wednesday 22 February 2017

Comedian shares his ethnic heritage on stage

Patrick Monahan.

COMEDIAN Patrick Monahan is rolling back the years with his latest UK tour – That 80's Show.

5:35pm Wednesday 22 February 2017

Darlington poet channels anger and frustration she feels at increasing deafness into her poems

Darlington poet Marilyn Longstaff says deafness is an 'emotional' disability. Picture: Simon Veit-Wilson

MARILYN LONGSTAFF’S poetry deals with a wide range of themes and emotions, but one subject she keeps returning to is deafness. The Darlington poet, now 66, started to lose her hearing in her late 40s, and even though her mother was deaf, she…

1:55pm Wednesday 22 February 2017

Con-woman posed as TV psychic Sally Morgan to get cash from vulnerable people who wanted to contact loved ones

CASE: Conwoman Gemma Badley

A FRAUDSTER posed as TV psychic Sally Morgan - but the only spirits she was in contact with came in bottles, a court heard.

9:15am Wednesday 22 February 2017

Mother-of-two in charitable boxing bout to honour young dad who died in crash

A family photograph of Isabelle Dodds, Andrew Dodds, Jayne Stephenson and Bethany Dodds

A MOTHER-of-two is preparing to become a knockout success in memory of the father to her little girls following his death in a car crash.

7:31am Wednesday 22 February 2017

New Indian base for Teesside University

EXPAND: Dr David Bell, centre left, and Padmini Parameswaran, second from right, pictured with Teesside University staff

A NORTH-EAST university has continued its international expansion by opening a new office on the other side of the world.

2:10pm Sunday 19 February 2017

Sabic Cracker work delivers ‘lifeline for Teesside’

SPECTACLE: Flares from Sabic’s Cracker are a well-known sight across the Teesside skyline. The business has now modified the plant for future years of work            Picture: NORTH NEWS

A PETROCHEMICALS firm is “here to stay for another generation” after a major factory conversion, bosses have claimed.

7:53pm Tuesday 21 February 2017

Teesside Hospice still has places available for Great North Run

CHARITY: Teesside Hospice runners at last year's Great North Run

ANYONE still looking for a place in the Great North Run are in with a chance of securing a place on the starting line thanks to a charity.

3:04pm Monday 20 February 2017

It's a sell-out for the return of Boro hero Robson

Dream team: Bryan Robson, with Paul 'Goffy' Gough

A North-East football legend is guaranteed a huge welcome when he returns to the area next month to help raise funds for a local junior club.

10:45pm Tuesday 21 February 2017
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