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Shaun Benjamin Wilson , 25, of Mapleton Road, Hartlepool, was fined A 110, ordered to pay A 50 costs and a A 20 surcharge after it was proved in his absence that drove a car in Mapleton Road otherwise than in accordance with a licence, without insurance and without a test certificate on June 24 last year.
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Bid to create more happy memories for parents of ill-youngster Paige
THE mum of a tragic young cancer victim wants to raise cash and help a devastated couple share more happy memories with their terminally ill daughter.
15 hrs ago
Little Roxy's tail of woe - Hartlepool firefighters save puppy who got head stuck in fence
FIREFIGHTERS came to the rescue of this adorable six-week-old pup after the little pooch got her head stuck in some mesh fencing.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Redundancy bid at school
High Tunstall College of Science, in Elwick Road, Hartlepool, is looking to cut its non-teaching staff numbers in a bid to save money.
Mystery still surrounds identity of body discovered on Hartlepool beach
Cleveland Police has launched an investigation into the grim discovery of the dead man - who is believed to be aged between 30 and 40 years old - in the Blue Lagoon area of Seaton Carew beach.
Work to protect Seaton Carew from rising sea levels is nearing completion
Hartlepool Borough Council has been carrying out work for over a year months as part of a multi-million pound scheme to combat coastal erosion and flooding.
Hartlepool motorist fighting for life after A19 smash
A MAN from Hartlepool is fighting for his life in hospital after his car crashed into a lamppost on the A19.
Work has started on a state-of-the-art A 620k football pitch for Hartlepool
GRASS ROOTS: Councillor Stephen Akers-Belcher performs the groundbreaking at the new football pitch with Councillors Marjorie James and Allan Barclay The pitch is being built at Brierton Sports Centre, adjacent to the floodlit tennis courts on Catcote Road, on part of the former Brierton Community School site.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Take a leaf out of their books
Thousands of schoolchildren took part in World Book Day yesterday to acknowledge the importance of reading and celebrate authors and illustrators.
High Court judge rules in favour of daughter's bid for compensation ...
A HIGH Court judge has ruled in favour of a woman who launched a compensation claim after her father died from asbestos poisoning.
Double whammy for Tees and Hartlepool Yacht Club with award win and cash windfall
Tees and Hartlepool Yacht Club won the RYA North East Club Initiative of the Year Award, and also received a grant of nearly A 10,000 from Sport England to build a pontoon with disabled acess.
SLIDESHOW: Remembering East Durham's role in the Miners' Strike
Workers in Yorkshire walked out on March 6, 1984 with their colleagues in the East Durham coalfield joining them three days later before the national strike was called on March 12. Remember too that Memory Lane columns appear six days a week in the Hartlepool Mail and every Wednesday in your Peterlee Star .
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Grieving family devastated after drug debris left scattered around son's grave in Hartlepool
A GRIEVING family were left devastated after discovering drug paraphernalia scattered around the graveside of a much-loved son and brother.
From Sedgefield Ball Game to pancake races in Hartlepool - a host...
Kiddikins Nursery, nursery nurse Amanda Guttridge with pancake race winners Amily Hetherington and Frankie Monaghan Kennedy.
Machete inquiry ends with no arrests after people quizzed by police
Armed officers and the dog section from Durham Police had been called to Emerson Court, in Horden, around 8am on Monday following the reports.
Hospital campaigner disappointed as BBC Panorama bosses drop interviews about Hartlepool A&E closure
A HOSPITAL campaigner has expressed his disappointment after BBC bosses confirmed interviews filmed about the closure of Hartlepool's A&E will not feature on Panorama next week.
Housing Hartlepool celebrates 10 years and investment of more than A 100m
LOOKING out across the town, it's fair to say that Housing Hartlepool has had a significant impact on the communities and buildings which make up the fabric of the place.
Hartlepool council leader admits he met with Wynyard developers...
HARTLEPOOL council leader Christopher Akers-Belcher says he meets with developers as part of his role after being questioned by a resident at a meeting of the full council.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Businessman says he 'almost died' after being stabbed with champagne flute at plush hotel
THE innocent victim of a glassing at an exclusive festival at a plush hotel has spoken of how he almost died following the attack.
Taxi passengers injured after confronting gang of missile-throwing yobs in Hartlepool
TWO passengers were injured after confronting a group of yobs who threw a missile at the taxi they were travelling in.