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A TRAMPOLINE course for 11 to 16-year-olds will be launched at Teesdale Leisure Centre, in Barnard Castle , next week.
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The dawn service, often called the Dawn Vigil, is the first service of Easter Day and symbolises the point at which it is proclaimed that Jesus is risen and his new light is cast on the world to lift it from darkness.
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Police received a call saying that a man had came into the store, jumped over the till, demanded money, took money and made off A man in a Halloween mask who robbed Sainsbury's Local, in The Avenue, Chester-le-Street, at 9.24pm on Good Friday Shortly before 9.30pm on Good Friday, police received a call from staff at Sainsbury's Local, which is on ... (more)
Symbols, patterns and colours have been used for millennia as ways to rally the troops, frighten foes, inspire loyalty, and recognise allies.
PILATES CLASS: A new pilates class for men and women who want to improve their posture and core strength will start at The Kings Church Centre, in Whessoe Road, Darlington, on Monday, April 28, between 11.15am and 12.15pm.
Do you believe in the Loch Ness Monster? Find out if Nessie expert Adrian Shine goes on a boat tour in Scotland.
At 102-years-old, Carmel Connolly is the oldest volunteer in Spennymoor and her decades of charity work were acknowledged with a chairman's medal.
The first UK astronaut to walk in space is landing in the region next month to inspire the next generation of scientists.
They have been devised by the Upper Teesdale Tourism Network in a bid to build on the area's existing popularity with walkers.
Members of Middleton-in-Teesdale Parish Council were told they could have a claim to the village green after the Raby Estate contacted Land Registry to formally apply for the title to the area.
POLICE WARNING: Young people in Darlington have been warned by police that officers are on the look-out for acts of criminal damage and anti-social behaviour during the school holidays.
SUMMER FUN: Town councillors in Barnard Castle will meet on Wednesday, April 23, to discuss a programme of summer entertainment.
Middleton-in-Teesdale Parish Council and Upper Teesdale Agricultural Support Services are leading the project, which will also involve the village primary school and heritage group.
A MAN who bought a mobile phone which had been turned into a stun gun to protect his family while holidaying in Turkey has been jailed.
Durham County Council's cabinet members met this week and approved a recommendation to close Grampian House Care Home, in Grampian Drive, Peterlee, as well as four others elsewhere across the county.
The man has been indentified as coming from Durham but Northumbria Police said he would not be named until an inquest.