North Tyneside, England Newswire

North Tyneside, England Newswire

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  1. Business Breakfast LIVE: Capita seeks A 701m from investors as loss widens to A 513mRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    This blog brings you all the breaking business news from the North East, UK and beyond - basically anything and everything from the world of business. I'm Coreena Ford and I'm running the blog this week, and top story today is Capita's rights issue which comes after annual losses widened to 513m.

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  2. It's getting there! Take a look at the work to build new apartments on North Shields Fish QuayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Chronicle Live

    The site, which had been vacant for some years, will have 14 apartments and two shops when the project is complete Major progress is being made on a project to build new homes and shops along the North Shields Fish Quay. The two retail units will be on the ground floor but it is yet to be agreed what these will be.

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  3. Attention dog owners! Watch out for deadly palm oil along North East beachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Chronicle Live

    Warning signs have been put up along the Tyneside coast urging dog owners to keep an eye out for palm oil which can be fatal for pets. North Tyneside Council and its partner Capita have erected the signs along the promenade between Cullercoats and Whitley Bay advising people to remain vigilant.

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  4. Drunk NUFC supporter turned aggressive as he tried to get to away fans in St James' ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Chronicle Live

    Colin Watson shouted at stewards "My father will have vengeance" during a bizarre rant when he was caught trying to cross the segregation line A drunk Toon supporter has narrowly avoided a football banning order after he turned aggressive as he tried to get to the away fans at St James' Park. Colin Watson shouted at stewards "My father will have vengeance" and violently gestured at them when he was stopped trying to cross the segregation line between the two sets of supporters in the stadium.

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  5. Why illuminated motorbikes will take over the coast from Whitley Bay to TynemouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Chronicle Live

    The cavalcade will be seen in North Tyneside on Saturday and will help to raise money for the Tynemouth RNLI A parade of illuminated motorbikes will light up the coast from Whitley Bay to Tynemouth in a special night time fundraiser. More than 60 Honda Goldwing motorcycles will make their way along the coast on Saturday and will be raising money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution .

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  6. 30 jobs could be on the way if plans for new swimming pool in North Tyneside are approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | Chronicle Live

    A new pool could open at an industrial estate in Tyneside where children would be able to learn how to swim. Plans have been drawn up to turn a building at Mylord Crescent, Camperdown Industrial Estate, Camperdown , into a swimming pool.

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  7. It was the end of the line for Newcastle and North Tyneside's Riverside BranchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 19 | Chronicle Live

    The suburban railway route dated back to 1879, a time when the shipyards and industry of the Tyne were developing rapidly. Opened by North Eastern Railway along the Northern bank of the river, the line's seven stops between Byker and Willington Quay served the ever-growing industries and communities there.

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  8. Tommee Tippee set to launch new global headquarters near NewcastleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | Chronicle Live

    The baby brand's owner Mayborn Group is looking to grow further, and will have twice the space to grow its workforce The owners of popular baby brand Tommee Tippee are to move into new global headquarters as part of ambitious growth plans. Mayborn Group has sealed a deal on a new office building on Balliol Business Park, North Tyneside, which is now poised to be fitted out in preparation for the firm's move from its current base in Cramlington , Northumberland.

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  9. HIV hairdresser Daryll Rowe branded 'menace to society' by ex-boyfriendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | IcStafford

    Daryll Rowe's ex-boyfriend branded him a "menace to society" and revealed the hairdresser is bisexual following his sentence for deliberately spreading HIV. The former partner, himself a victim of the Edinburgh-born "sociopath", has been badly affected by the ordeal which included being arrested alongside Rowe in his own home.

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  10. Anatomy Lab Live returning to Newcastle - dine in style then take part in a live dissectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | Chronicle Live

    A sell out event right across the country, Anatomy Lab Live is coming to the Newcastle offering audiences a memorable night An event that lets its audience enjoy a slap up meal before witnessing and taking part a human dissection is returning to Newcastle. After selling out venues across the UK earlier this year, Anatomy Lab LIVE will come back to North Tyneside's Village Hotel on Saturday, February 9 - right in time for Valentine's Day! The experience will see those quick enough to grab tickets enjoy a two course meal in ab operating theatre dining room.

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  11. Student, 21, completes 'horrific' challenges to pay for flight back to UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | Mail on Sunday

    Student, 21, completes 'horrific' challenges to pay for flight back to UK for university ball including wearing a monobrow for a week and downing vodka through a sock A student is completing a number of 'horrific' challenges to pay for a flights back to the UK so she can attend her university ball. The 21-year-old is hoping to raise A 692 so she can return to Newcastle for her end of year ski & snowboard society ball on May 5, before flying back to Malaysia for her exams.

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  12. Devolution D-Day: North East councils set to vote on historic split to pave way for landmark dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | Chronicle Live

    The North East's seven councils are finally set to meet to vote on whether to formally split and pave the way for the landmark North of Tyne devolution deal. A special meeting of the North East Combined Authority has been called for April 23 when the landmark vote will be taken.

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  13. Watch businessman who tried to meet young girl for sex beg paedophile hunters to let him goRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | Chronicle Live

    Married Alan Leightley, of Fenham, told who he thought was a 15-year-old he wanted to take her virginity during a six-month grooming campaign This is the moment a businessman who begged paedophile hunters to let him go was snared after trying to meet an underage girl for sex. Married predator Alan Leightley told who he thought was a 15-year-old he wanted to take her virginity after a six-month grooming campaign.

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  14. Moment businessman, 55, BEGS paedophile hunters not to 'destroy his life'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | Daily Mail

    Moment businessman, 55, who told a '15-year-old schoolgirl' he wanted to be 'her first' BEGS paedophile hunters not to 'destroy his life' as they snare after six months of elicit grooming A middle-aged businessman was caught on camera when he turned up to meet an underage schoolgirl after saying he wanted to take her virginity. Married Alan Leightley was confronted by paedophile hunters Dark Justice when he arrived at central station in Newcastle to see 15-year-old 'Amy' in January, after six months of grooming via graphic online messages.

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  15. Government 'minded to accept' plans for North of Tyne AuthorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | Chronicle Live

    Communities Secretary Sajid Javid is currently considering the findings of a consultation into creating a new "North of Tyne" regional council. There is no date for when Mr Javid will announce whether he is approving the scheme, although the Government is "minded to agree it".

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  16. Find out how much property values where you live have gone up in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Chronicle Live

    From A 1 to A 2,500, property listing website Zoopla details the winners and losers in the property lottery For those in luck, you live in an area where the first three months of 2018 has seen the figure rise by nearly 2,500.

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  17. What an incredible recovery: Teenager's tale of survival after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Chronicle Live

    Leighton Alexander suffered severe injuries after he plunged from a cliff edge in 2016 but he has now been praised for getting back on his feet Just two years ago, teenager Leighton Alexander was fighting for his life after he fell more than 20ft down a cliff. It was in July 2016 that Leighton slipped and fell from a cliff edge at Cullercoats Bay and landed on concrete sea defences.

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  18. Mother was killed by a hit and run driver as she tried to be 'a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Daily Mail

    Thug, 24, mowed down and killed a 63-year-old mother outside her home as she tried to play 'peacemaker' in a love triangle spat involving one of her sons Sean Herman, 24, killed Susan Fuller, 63, when he hit and ran over her before driving off in October of last year A mother was mowed down and killed by a hit and run driver outside her home as she tried to be 'a peacekeeper' in a love triangle spat involving one of her sons. Susan Fuller, 63, suffered 'catastrophic' injuries when Sean Herman, 24, reversed into her, pinning her to her garden wall and then ran over her as he drove off in October of last year.

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  19. Primary school offer day - how many children got their first choice school?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 16 | Chronicle Live

    Thousands of parents across the North East are finding out whether their youngsters have been offered places at primary schools Thousands of youngsters across the North East are preparing to start their education after getting into their top choice of primary school. On Monday, local authorities in the region released figures showing how many children received first-choice places on what has become known as national offer day.

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  20. Northumberland man found with more than 3,000 child abuse imagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 15 | Chronicle Live

    Police searched the home of Christopher Cooper, 52, and discovered the pictures and recordings on a computer and mobile phone A man was found with a vile collection of more than 3,000 indecent images of children when police searched his Northumberland home. Christopher Cooper had the photos and movies, some of which were of the most serious category A kind, on a computer and mobile phone at his house in Stocksfield.

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