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  1. Durham County Council's floodlights decision can keep North East on international sports mapRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    We get precious little international sport in the North East, so now Chester-le-Street is to have floodlights, it is vital we support it Durham County Council's decision to allow their local cricket club to put up permanent floodlights was a big one for the region. Granted, when limited-overs games are regularly finishing minutes before my newspaper deadlines, I might not be so keen on the idea.

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  2. A1 protest convoy and the latest on North East roads, rail, flights and ferriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Chronicle Live

    Your daily round-up of the traffic and travel across Newcastle and the North East ahead of this evening's rush-hour Rush-hour traffic is starting to build across the North East's roads and we've compiled a list of how it's looking out there before you leave work for the commute home. - Demonstration southbound between Morpeth and Leeds.

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  3. Your Junior Football Team: Newcastle Westgate wolvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Chronicle Live

    Team Manager Stephen Hopper said: "I took charge of the team in September going into a new league over in Gateshead and the progress and development of the lads along with their willingness to learn has stood them in good stead all season. "We recently ended the season with a run of 23 wins from 24 games and I feel that the team should be recognised for their hard work and never give up attitudes.

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  4. Durham County Cricket Club secures World Cup Cricket after plans for floodlights approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Chronicle Live

    Durham County Council's planners approved the proposals despite 113 letters of objection to the six 55m floodlights at the ground Durham County Cricket Club's plans to install six 55m floodlights at the Emirates Stadium, in Chester-le-Street, were unanimously approved by Durham County Council's north area planning committee on Thursday. The lights are expected to boost the county's economy by increased attendances as well as securing three Cricket World Cup matches in 2019.

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  5. Cricket stadium floodlight plan wins approval from Durham county councillorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Northern Echo

    PLANS for permanent floodlighting at the North-East's only Test cricket ground were unanimously approved by councillors today in the face of strong objections from residents. Durham Durham County Cricket Club was given permission for six 55-metre pylons, at its Emirates International ground, at Chester-le-Street - securing the way to staging the next World Cup, in 2019, as well as future day/night one-day internationals.

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  6. 500 jobs go as second-hand car dealer Carcraft collapsesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Advertiser

    ADMINISTRATION: Carcraft is the UK's seventh-largest second-hand car chain, selling more than 12,000 used vehicles a year, administrators said Administrators from Grant Thornton said trading has ceased at the business, which operated 10 forecourts across the UK including a site at Birtley, near Chester Le Street. The firm generated an annual turnover of A 120m, selling 12,000 cars a year at an average price of A 9,000 per vehicle.

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  7. Durham v Sussex day four: Scott Borthwick's 'ugly'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Chronicle Live

    Three days of ebb and flow between Durham and Sussex deserved nothing less than a nail-biting finish. Unusually at Chester-le-Street, it did not get one.

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  8. Your North East weather photos show four seasons in one dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Chronicle Live

    There was a scattering of snow in some areas yesterday, as well as sunny skies, hail, and gorgeous rainbows, as these readers' photographs show One minute it was sunny, then came rain - and rainbows - with brief snow showers, hail and heavier snow in the far North and South of our region. The Met Office recorded Morpeth as the sunniest spot with 10.7 hours of sunshine, Durham as the warmest at 10.2C and Otterburn in Northumberland plummeting overnight to -0.3C.

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  9. Durham County Cricket Club face more than 100 objections to new floodlights plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Chronicle Live

    Planners have been recommended to approve plans for six floodlights at the Riverside in Chester-le-Street but 109 objections have been received More than 100 people are hoping an application which could bring World Cup cricket to the North East is blocked by planners. Durham County Cricket Club will find out on Thursday whether its bid to install six floodlights at their Riverside home, in Chester-le-Street, is successful.

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  10. a One-stop shop for free advice is being launched in Durham and Chester-le-Street.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | The Advertiser

    The Durham session will be held from 1 to 3.30pm each week until Friday, April 29, 2016, at Durham Foodbank, The Caretaker's Cottage, North Road Methodist Church. From 10am to 12.30pm sessions will be held at Chester-le-Street Foodbank, in the Parish Centre, on the first three Fridays of each month until December 18, 2016.

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  11. Hastings battles to make inroads with the ballRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | The Northern Echo

    Day 2 of Durham v Sussex in the County Championship at Durham ICG, Chester-le-Street. Durham's Scott Borthwick is struck on the helmet off the bowling of Hobden.

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  12. Durham CCC won't adopt an attack at all costs policy against SussexRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | Chronicle Live

    Although fortune favoured the brave on Durham's first day, their coach Jon Lewis is not demanding attacking cricket from everyone Attacking batsmen enjoyed themselves on Chester-le-Street's first day of County Championship cricket in 2015, but Durham will not be sent out today under orders to go for the jugular. All those who made runs on day one between Durham and Sussex did so at a rate of more than 70 per 100 balls.

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  13. Durham vs Sussex day one: Cavalier batting holds sway on a see-saw dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | Chronicle Live

    If there was any sense to be made of a manic first day at Chester-le-Street it was that attacking was the way to go on a green pitch The see-saw nature of four-day cricket makes it fascinating, but yesterday at Chester-le-Street was just ridiculous. Nought for one before an 88-run partnership, Sussex tottered on 171-9 having been put in, yet by the time Durham bowled them out, they had almost doubled their score to 335.

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  14. Robinson runs riot at the RiversideRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Northern Echo

    Day 1 of the County Championship match between Durham and Sussex and Durham ICG, Chester-le-Street. Durham's Hastings has Sussex's Cachopa caught behind by wicketkeeper Phil Mustard.

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  15. Durham v Sussex day one: Cavalier batting holds sway on a see-saw dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | Chronicle Live

    If there was any sense to be made of a manic first day at Chester-le-Street it was that attacking was the way to go on a green pitch The see-saw nature of four-day cricket makes it fascinating, but yesterday at Chester-le-Street was just ridiculous. Nought for one before an 88-run partnership, Sussex tottered on 171-9 having been put in, yet by the time Durham bowled them out, they had almost doubled their score to 335.

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  16. Slipping and sliding on 100m chuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Northern Echo

    SLIDE: Kelly Howe taking part in the Wearslide event to raise money for Us Girls in Sedgefield. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

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  17. From The Jam to headline Chester-le-street Mod FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | Music-News.com

    Original Jam member Bruce Foxton's band top the bill at the Riverside Park event with The Lambrettas and Secret Affair also on the lineup. From The Jam, featuring former The Jam bassist Bruce Foxton, are touring the UK with their The Public Gets What The Public Wants 2015 Tour, stopping off to headline a Mod revival at Chester-le-Street's Riverside Park on Sunday, May 24. From The Jam have gained a reputation for the kind of incendiary live performances that sealed the reputation of The Jam all those years ago.

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  18. Sussex ready to throw new boy in at the deep endRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 26 | The Argus

    Sussex moved to sign Robinson after being left with only three fit frontline pace bowlers for the Championship clash at Chester-le-Street. James Anyon and Lewis Hatchett missed the opening two games and are unlikely to be available for another month while Tymal Mills is to be rested having experienced problems with his back in the victory over Worcestershire.

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  19. Swan shot dead: Police are hunting men who killed a swan in NorthumberlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Chronicle Live

    The incident happened at a lake in Castle Island Way in Ashington at around 8.24pm on Friday, April 24. The first offender is described as white, medium build, in his mid 20s wearing white shorts and a greet t-shirt. The second man is described as wearing a dark adidas tracksuit and baseball cap.

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  20. Chester-le-Street mother's fight with council over help for autistic daughterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | The Advertiser

    ROW: Charlotte Stocks and her daughter Lydia, of Chester Le Street, who are in a row with County Hall over Lydia's special educational needs assessment. Picture: TOM BANKS THE mother of a severely autistic young girl says she will fight all the way to ensure her daughter gets the help she needs.

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