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  1. Patients left waiting as half of North East NHS Trusts miss key targetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Trust and City Sunderland Hospitals NHS Trust both missed their targets for A&E waiting times in September Newcastle NHS Trust, City Hospitals Sunderland, Northumbria Healthcare, and North Tees & Hartlepool all failed to hit key waiting time figures, according to the recently published statistics. Nationally North East Trusts performed well, with all eight being ranked within the top 20 of the UK's 134 NHS Trusts.


  2. Tom Booth has grown into his role as captain according to director of rugby Martin WhitcombeRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 19 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Director of rugby Martin Whitcombe puts that slow start down to early teething problems and highlighted versatile Booth, who plays lock or back-rower, as important in bringing them out of that sticky spell. He said: "We were just getting into the groove.


  3. Hartlepool star Michael Maidens remembered 10 years onRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 18 | Daily Mail

    City old boys rock Chelsea in Champions League classic: Hazard levels late after Dzeko double saw Roma come back from two down Conte tells Mourinho to butt out after Manchester United boss claimed other managers 'moan and cry' about injuries: 'He has to think about his team and start looking at himself, not others' Scottish MP runs the line at the Nou Camp as Mbappe becomes highest scoring teenager in Champions League history as: Eight things you missed FA plunged into blackmail scandal: Aluko accuses chief of asking her to sign statement saying they are NOT racist in return for pay-out... moments after they admitted Sampson jokes WERE racist 'It's right up there': Lampard and Hoddle compare Dzeko's stunning volley to Van Basten's strike in Euro 1988 final 'He was one of the toughest opponents I played against... I couldn't believe it': Gerrard shocked Chelsea let Matic go 'He's a big ... (more)


  4. Region's NHS trusts among the best in country for meeting key patient wait targetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 18 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    HOSPITAL trusts across the region are some of the best performing in the country for accident and emergency services, according to new data. Research carried out by the BBC has collated information from 134 trusts in England and 26 health boards in the rest of the UK to highlight the performance targets at the trusts.


  5. In-form Bees eyeing rise up tableRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    A THIRD five-point win on the bounce for Bradford & Bingley has lifted them to eighth place in North One East, almost equidistant from the relegation zone and a play-off spot. The Bees have further chances to keep climbing the table in the coming weeks as they face Huddersfield YMCA, Malton & Norton and Percy Park in their next three fixtures - sides who are in a similar position to the Bees.


  6. Winger Connor Smith happy to carry on at right back after Cup defeat...Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 5 | York Press

    TIME TO RAIN: Connor Smith is ready for his first York City start after impressing as a sub during a wet day in South Shields. Picture: Ian Parker The 20-year-old attacker was introduced at half-time during last weekend's 3-2 FA Cup defeat at South Shields, taking over from Dan Parslow as a makeshift full-back in the absence of an injured Josh Law.


  7. Danny Pollard, right, returns for Baildon after shoulder troubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Ilkley Gazette

    BRADFORD & BINGLEY'S director of rugby Martin Whitcombe has expressed his delight at their 29-20 victory at Northern which took them out of the North One East relegation places. It followed their 31-22 home win over Dinnington - their first win after three defeats - and Whitcombe said: "To travel two or three hours away from home with a disrupted squad is always a big ask, but to go out and dominate to the extent where I thought the result was never in doubt as soon as Tom Booth got us on the scoreboard in the fifth minute is a huge credit to the whole squad.


  8. How England U21s' Premier League minutes compare to Spain, Germany & ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | BBC News

    England's Under-21 players have played less top-flight football this season than their Spanish, German and Italian counterparts. BBC Sport analysed the minutes played by the squad members of the four 2017 European Under-21 Championship semi-finalists.


  9. Hooker Mat Cochrane scored Bradford & Bingley's fifth tryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    A SECOND successive five-try haul and bonus-point win has lifted Bradford & Bingley out of the North One East relegation positions for the first time this season. The Bees have a superb opportunity to break clear of the drop zone on Saturday as they face West Hartlepool - the side immediately below them.


  10. Hatton new British Masters jollyRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 28 | Sporting Life

    Rory McIlroy was pleased with his start at the British Masters, but it's co-leader Tyrrell Hatton who is now favourite. A relaxed Rory McIlroy made the most of a little help from his friends as he tries to end a disappointing season in style in the British Masters.


  11. British Masters betting previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Sky Sports

    Three modern greats of the game in the UK have taken turns hosting the British Masters 'supported by Sky Sports' and Lee Westwood completes the trio this week at Close House just outside Newcastle. Given his love of horse racing, the event will take place around the Colt Course at just under 7,000 yards on a property owned by another huge equine enthusiast in Graham Wylie.


  12. Most Influential List 2017: The movers and shakers from A to BRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Chronicle Live

    From hotel bosses to football club owners, meet the people who have a key role to play in the North East region Our influential panel of experts have identified those making a really important contribution to the North East economy - as well as those in other areas of public life who have a key role to play. In this section you will find Jim Beirne, Chief Executive and chairman of the Live Theatre and Stephen Bell, the Group Chief Executive of Changing Lives of Gateshead.


  13. Most Influential List 2017: The movers and shakers from S to TRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Chronicle Live

    From pro vice-chancellors to football club owners, meet the individuals who have a key role to play in the North East region We have homed in on those individuals who really have the capacity to shape the future of the North East. In this section we feature Sarah Stewart, the Chief Executive of NewcastleGateshead Initiative as well as Richard Turner, the Chief Executive of JDR Cables of Hartlepool and Newcastle.


  14. Hartlepool's Graeme Storm has been looking forward to this eventRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 26 | Sporting Life

    David John has gone for a trio of players at three-figure odds in this week's British Masters. Three modern greats of the game in the UK have taken turns hosting the British Masters 'supported by Sky Sports' and Lee Westwood completes the trio this week at Close House just outside Newcastle.


  15. Bees spirits lifted by powerful displayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    ONE good win does not suddenly mean that Bradford & Bingley are out of the woods after three defeats in their opening three North One East fixtures put the Wagon Lane side into a relegation position. However, this performance will have lifted spirits across the club and gives some real hope that Martin Whitcombe's men have turned a corner.


  16. UK - 'Sometimes it is half the mouth being taken out' -...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 25 | UK Against Fluoridation

    PRIORITIES: Consultant paediatrician Dr John Furness on the childrens' ward in Darlington Memorial Hospital. He says it is a disgrace that fluoride is not being added to water because of financial priorities.


  17. PLAN: Major building work needed at Roseberry Park hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 23 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    OLDER people using two wards of a Middlesbrough mental health hospital will be moved to allow "significant work" to rectify a number of construction defects. Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust announced today that the problems at Roseberry Park include the hospital's fire safety system.


  18. Leyton Orient boss Steve Davis fires warning shot to side ahead of Aldershot Town clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Ilford Recorder

    Leyton Orient head coach Steve Davis looks on at Boreham Wood alongside assistant Ross Embleton . Ex-Crewe Alexandra manager expects tough test at the Recreation Ground, but is looking for his squad to rise to the challenge Leyton Orient head coach Steve Davis has told his players they need to be at their best if they want to end their poor recent run of results away to Aldershot Town this weekend.


  19. Something has to give in table-topping North Yorkshire derbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | York Press

    ON SONG: Malton & Norton, pictured in action earlier in the season against West Hartlepool, head to West Leeds tomorrow in good form Picture: Barrie Tuck. TWO 100 per cent records go on the line tomorrow as York RUFC meet Scarborough RUFC in Yorkshire One - with the Clifton Parkers' promotion credentials under examination.


  20. Business Breakfast LIVE: Tata Steel and thyssenkrupp AG strike deal...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    This live blog will bring you all the breaking business news from across the North East and beyond, covering anything and everything from the world of business. Tata Steel and German firm Thyssenkrupp have put out a promising release this morning, detailing how they have taken the first step towards a JV by signing a memorandum of understanding.