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2 hrs ago | FlickrBlog
In this week's throwback journey, we're exploring fun times with water skiing in the Ozarks, riding a mechanical elephant in England, lounging in Istanbul, and more offered in the archives from The Commons .
6 hrs ago | Chronicle Live
Metro owners Nexus have donated more than A 1,200 to four charities which was raised at its Metro lost property auction.
10 hrs ago | Shields Gazette
MADE UP ... Lyndsey Inskip, front, owner of Linzi Lashes, with staff, from left, Hayley Johnston, Helen Tiffin, Amari Tate and Christine Inskip BEAUTY is in the eye of the beholders as a beauty business in South Tyneside goes from strength to strength.
12 hrs ago | Shields Gazette
DELIGHTED ... South Shields MP Emma Lewell-Buck visited the Stamp summer school at Brinkburn Community Association, where the youngsters were busy rehearsing a version of Fame.
14 hrs ago | Shields Gazette
16 hrs ago | Shields Gazette
A PROLIFIC offender landed himself back in court by smashing the window of his stepfather's car, after he refused to let him see his mother.
19 hrs ago | Chronicle Live
Bosses at St Wilfrid's RC College in South Shields took too long to address concerns of suffering science teacher, a tribunal ruled An employment tribunal has said that governors at St Wilfrid's RC College in South Shields wrongly delayed an investigation into claims from science teacher Rachel Chinnery.
21 hrs ago | Shields Gazette
HOPES are rising that strike action can be avoided among workers who look after some of the most vulnerable people in South Tyneside.
21 hrs ago | Shields Gazette
IN THE PINK ... above and below, Colin Plews in his Great North Run outfit, and, bottom, how he normally looks.
23 hrs ago | Chronicle Live
Soldier's legacy goes on show at South Shields as part of The Glory of Rome: Arbeia's Greatest Treasures exhibition A Roman shield buried for almost 1,700 years in the waters of the Tyne has gone on display in the region.
A BUSINESSMAN from South Tyneside has become a real-life Forrest Gump after running 1,000km during the last 100 days.
AWARD RECOGNITION ... Dr Bob Brown, centre, the Trust s executive director in nursing and patient safety, with Ward 19 staff, from left, Dr Ellie Tung, Dr Alex Robertson, senior housekeeper Denise Lincoln, staff nurse Chris Bolam and auxiliary nurse Wendy Tabone.
WARMING UP ... Mark Kram, left, and Alan Gibson, of Hedworthfield CA Radio, are doing an 80-hour session to raise funds for St Clare s Hospice.
A TEAM of South Tyneside sea cadets paid a visit to a life-saving operation on the North-East coast.
SOUTH Tynesiders are invited to a special church service and ceremony next week to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
A DRUNKEN reveller who swore at police and lunged at door staff at a South Tyneside nightclub has been hit with a court fine.
A former cinema which was once the pride of a Tyneside town's main street is set to be reborn as a pub.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:35 pm
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