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  1. Midtown Jewelers Receives the Elite WeddingWire Rateda Black Badge...Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | PRWeb

    WeddingWire, the nation's leading online wedding marketplace, is pleased to announce that Midtown Jewelers has reached the prestigious WeddingWire Rateda Black Level, by earning more than 100 wedding reviews for Wedding Jewelry in Reston, VA. "To have exceeded 100 client reviews is a tremendous accomplishment that only a select group of wedding professionals have reached."

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  2. Yee-haw! It's TIFF time again: The Magnificent Seven will open this year's festRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Now Toronto

    The Magnificent Seven - Antoine Fuqua's remake of the 1960 Western, starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Peter Sarsgaard - will open the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, it was announced this morning. In a morning press conference at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, festival co-directors Piers Handling and Cameron Bailey read out the titles of 68 features that will be screening in Toronto this year, mixing world premieres with well-received Cannes and Sundance titles.

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  3. Beaten girlfriend, 33, was left needing more than 20 stitches...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    A domestic violence victim was left scarred for life after her ex-boyfriend slashed her face with a kitchen knife and then enlisted his mother to help him try to cover up the attack. Nicola Walker, 33, needed more than 20 stitches when Marc Harbison, 29, from Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, lashed out at her during an argument over a broken keyring.

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  4. A view of Monkton Village, early 1900s: See how it looks over a century laterRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    It was an oasis of calm amid the heavy industry of the last century, and remains so amid the hustle and bustle of 21st century South Tyneside. The origins of the settlement and the name Monkton date back to at least 1074 when the Bishop of Durham is recorded granting land here to monks involved in the reconstruction of St Paul's at Jarrow .

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  5. Murder accused Joe Welsh killed former pal Reece Allen in self-defence, court toldRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    The 24-year-old was giving evidence at his trial and claimed he hadn't intended to use a knife but had grabbed it when he panicked Murder accused Joe Welsh stabbed a former pal to death in a desperate act of self-defence, a jury was told. The 24-year-old, who is on trial for killing Reece Allen during an early morning attack in North Shields , made the claim whilst taking to the stand to give evidence.

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  6. 10 North East parks you can visit with the kids during the summer holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Whether it's a children's play area, a miniature railway or a boating lake, that you're looking for we've come up 11 parks to visit this summer If love spending time outdoors with the kids, then what better way to have some free family fun than at your local park. Whether it's a children's play area, a miniature railway or a boating lake, that you're looking for we've come up with a guide to some of best parks in and around the region.

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  7. Man appears in court on stabbing and weapon threat charges after armed swoop in South ShieldsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Shields Gazette

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A man accused of sparking an armed police raid after making gun threats during an alleged street stabbing, has appeared in court.

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  8. War memorial makes it on to preservation listRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Shields Gazette

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A war memorial will be preserved for the future after marking it onto a protection list to mark the centenary of the First World War Public body Historic England has pledge to protect 2,500 memorials across the country by 2018, to commemorate the anniversary.

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  9. Sunderland man turned to drug dealing due to national insurance number problemRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Sunderland Echo

    A drug user turned to dealing when getting a job or benefits was made difficult by a problem with his national insurance number, a court heard. Andrew Stoker, 22, set up his own drug dealing business at the home he shared with his father and turned over thousands of pounds thanks to '30 regular customers', Sunderland magistrates heard.

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  10. Popular Sunderland restaurant is celebrating 21 years in businessRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Overlooking North Dock and the River Wear, near Roker pier, it opened in 1995 and now employs 12 full and part-time staff, including long-serving chef Libero Ciccone who has worked there over 20 years. Kostas himself began working at the restaurant as a waiter four years after it opened, moving up to be manager, before achieving his ambition of owning his own restaurant when he bought it seven years ago.

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  11. Indie rock band The Longsands set to release second album Them & UsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    The Longsands plan to celebrate the release of their new album, Us & Them, with a special launch show at The Cluny on August 12 After a three-year hiatus, Indie-rock band The Longsands are back with a brand new album, Us and Them. The five-piece band, originating from Cramlington in Northumberland , released their critically acclaimed debut album, Meet me in Spanish City, in 2012 and went on to perform live on BBC Radio 2, sharing the stage with Jools Holland and Ocean Colour Scene.

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  12. Part of Sunderland road to be closed for weekend next month as part of New Wear Crossing worksRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Sunderland Echo

    The stretch of Timber Beach/Hylton Park Road will be closed between the entrance to DW Fitness and entrance to the old RTC car park on Saturday, August 6 and Sunday, August 7. Signed diversions will be in place, which will take traffic along Wessington Way to the relevant area of Sunderland Enterprise Park. The road will be closed to allow the construction team to complete drainage connections from the Wessington Way drainage network into the existing drainage system on Hylton Park Road.

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  13. 'He was our star player' - basketball coach on teenager...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    The teenager was pronounced dead after a crash close to the exit slip road for Bensham, off Askew Road, at around 4am on Sunday morning A basketball coach has told how teammates have been left 'devastated' by the death of former star player James Docherty. James, 17, who was pronounced dead after a collision on Askew Road on Sunday morning, played for the Cardinal Hornets for three years and became the lynchpin of the squad.

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  14. 30 years ago: Japanese car giant Nissan arrives in the North EastRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    It's provided employment for thousands, generated millions of pounds of local business, and become a source of pride for North East industry. The region's Nissan story began back to 1981 when the Japanese manufacturer decided to establish a base in Europe.

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  15. Watch breakfast TV star and Whitley Bay dad talk about their incredible charity trekRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Charity hero Ivan Hollingsworth is set to finish his mammoth 210-mile challenge to raise money for a Newcastle heart unit. The 41-year-old dad, of Whitley Bay , is nearing the end of his gruelling adventure to cycle, run, and swim the 210.2 miles from Whitehaven in Cumbria to Tynemouth.

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  16. Your charity news in the North East: A boxing event, sandcastle summer party, goods for sale and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Harriet Ghost who is taking part in a charity boxing event at the Park Hotel Tynemouth to raise money for Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter Harriet Ghost is taking part in a charity boxing event at the Park Hotel Tynemouth to raise money for Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter. Pictured are her dogs, Mylo the Husky and Koda the Akita, both adopted from the shelter Actress Harriet Ghost of Newcastle upon Tyne said: "I'm taking part in a charity boxing event on July 29 at the Park Hotel Tynemouth to raise money for Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter.

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  17. New shops sought as The Fat Butcher's opens up across the UKRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    The Fat Butcher is expanding: Josh Howe of Savills; Dan Miller, the director of The Fat Butcher and Tom Wills of Sintons A growing butcher business is eyeing national expansion after opening six shops across the region in the past 18 months. The Fat Butcher now has a property portfolio stretching right across the North East, with shops in Tynemouth, Blyth, West Auckland and Shiremoor, and new openings in Sunderland and Birtley.

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  18. 'We are with you' - Gateshead's message of support for ...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    French soldiers stand guard as they prevent access to the scene of an attack in Saint Etienne du Rouvray, Normandy, France, Tuesday, July 26, 2016 A message of solidarity has gone out from Gateshead to sister town Saint-Etienne-Du-Rouvray following a terror attack on a church. In the latest of a string of incidents to rock France a Catholic priest and worshipper were attacked by two knifemen during mass on Tuesday.

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  19. Hero taxi driver Davey Hope to be laid to rest on FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    The Wallsend cabbie who was killed as he tried to help at a the scene of a crash on the A19 will be laid to rest in a service this week Davey was struck by a car early on Saturday July 16 when he pulled over after to help at the scene of a crash. The 43-year-old, from Wallsend , called police after spotting a car had crashed into the central reservation on the A19.

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  20. Festival of Archaeology encourages people to get hands-on with the past on Hadrian's WallRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Visitor attractions along Hadrian's Wall are hosting a range of fun packed activities throughout the summer to celebrate the Festival or Archaeology Visitor attractions along Hadrian's Wall are hosting a range of fun-packed events for people of all ages to get hands-on with the past this summer. The events are being held to celebrate the annual Festival of Archaeology 2016 which kicked off on Saturday, July 16 and is running throughout the school holidays.

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