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Drive a historic locomotive for a fiver this Bank Holiday weekend

HERITAGE: Stanhope Station in Weardale

RAILWAY enthusiasts can have a go at driving a historic locomotive on Bank Holiday Monday.

2:48pm Friday 28 April 2017

Drive a historic locomotive for a fiver this Bank Holiday weekend

HERITAGE: Stanhope Station in Weardale

RAILWAY enthusiasts can have a go at driving a historic locomotive on Bank Holiday Monday.

2:47pm Friday 28 April 2017

Museum seeks perfect pooches for first dog show

POOCH: Killhope is hoping lots of dogs will join Lola, pictured, at its first dog show

A MINING museum will celebrate perfectly presented pooches at a fun dog show next week.

6:55pm Friday 28 April 2017

$3million Polar Express lawsuit casts shadow over Weardale Railway

DISPUTE: The Polar Express at Weardale Railway

A CLOUD of uncertainty is hanging over a heritage railway after a $3m legal dispute erupted over the biggest event on its calendar – The Polar Express.

5:09am Friday 28 April 2017

Century-old angling club out to hook new members

FISHING: Tony Ward of Upper Weardale Angling Club, which celebrating its 100th anniversary Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

AN angling society which is celebrating its 100th anniversary hopes to attract a new generation of fly fishers.

4:10pm Thursday 27 April 2017

Anti-Semitism allegations lead to suspension of Labour Party council election candidate

COMMENTS: Alan Myers has come under fire after making comments about Israel on Facebook

A LABOUR candidate in the upcoming county council elections has been suspended from the party following allegations of anti-Semitism.

12:59pm Thursday 27 April 2017

Four-year-old dragged 20ft along road in hit-and-run, uninsured biker handed £335 fine

CASE: An off-road biker who injured and abandoned a four-year-old in a hit and run left court with just eight penalty points. Picture: PIXABAY

A BIKER who injured and abandoned a four-year-old in a hit and run left court with just eight penalty points and a fine on Thursday.

6:31am Friday 28 April 2017

Wolsingham pupils hear defibs in school and throughout Weardale could save lives

SAFE: Gillian Hutchinson and community safety responder Laman Warburton with Wolsingham School students Chloe Westgarth and Harry Richmond

PUPILS learnt how doctors in boxes located throughout their remote communities could save lives.

5:24pm Friday 7 April 2017

Weardale youngsters' fancy flock to go on display in Westgate

BAA: Anne Oliphant, right, and Liz Haynes, left, of the Friends of St John’s Chapel Primary School, with pupils, clockwise from top, George Jameson, eight, Meika Redman, eight, Michael James Pattinson, three, and Brad Redman, eight

1:34pm Thursday 30 March 2017

BMW stolen in 'two-in-one' burglary of Weardale home

APPEAL: Police are seeking anyone with information that could lead to finding the stolen BMW

A BMW has been stolen in what police called a "two-in-one"burglary in Weardale. The keys to the BMW 520d M Sport convertible were snatched from a home in the Thistlewood Road area of Wolsingham before the vehicle was driven off. Durham Police said the…

5:30pm Friday 21 April 2017
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