South Tyneside, England Newswire

South Tyneside, England Newswire

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  1. The moving stories which taught a cancer surgeon things he'd never known about the diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    But a small Tyneside support group taught the expert about aspects of cancer his years of work never showed him - and he's shared these lessons in a moving new book. Reg, who worked as a consultant urologist, specialising in bladder, kidney and prostate cancers, helped set up Cancer Connections, in South Tyneside , after retiring from practice.

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  2. If you're from South Tyneside, these 21 photos might make you nostalgic for the 1970sRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    If you do recall the decade, and you're from South Tyneside, these pictures just might make you feel nostalgic for those vanished times. Our selection of photographs recall an era of social club beauty contests, colliery wagons, juvenile jazz bands, leek clubs, and shipyards - all reminders of a different world to today.

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  3. Louisa Johnson in South Shields: What time does the Bents Park concert start and finish on Sunday?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chronicle Live

    There's an X Factor extravaganza for the third of South Tyneside Festival's Sunday concerts with Louisa Johnson and Jedward among the acts There has been some star turns at South Tyneside Festival so far this year and this Sunday should be no different with a packed line up ready to entertain.

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  4. More than 100 jobs created as South Tyneside industrial development gets the green lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chronicle Live

    Hellens Group has been given planning permission for Monkton Business Park. Left to right is councillor Iain Malcolm, Gavin Cordwell-Smith and David Land More than 100 jobs are coming to South Tyneside after planning permission was granted to create a trio of large industrial units.

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  5. 50 things you never knew about Derwent Reservoir which opened 50 years ago todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Chronicle Live

    Derwent Reservoir in County Durham officially opened on July 18, 1967, and serves customers in South Tyneside, Durham and Sunderland 16. Water from the reservoir flows through 2.2 miles of twin 41 inch diameter pipes to the treatment works near the hamlet of Mosswood.

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  6. Exercise classes that could help battle post-natal depression launched in TynesideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Chronicle Live

    A North East business that runs yoga classes for babies has launched a new programme that could help mothers who suffer from post-natal depression. The classes incorporate stretching and breathing exercises and are run by Eve Gray, whose 17-year career has seen her work as a nurse, midwife, and now as a health visitor.

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  7. Race against time for mum and daughter left housebound by the same devastating conditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Chronicle Live

    Janine and Ellie Gray, of East Boldon in South Tyneside, both need fusion surgery to stop their skulls sinking into their spines A mother and daughter left virtually housebound by the same devastating condition are facing a race against time to pay for life-changing surgery. Ellie Gray was an active 12-year-old who loved school, rode horses and swam three times a week when she was diagnosed with a Chiari malformation - where the lower part of the brain extends into the spinal canal.

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  8. Busted in South Shields: Call on Sunday ready to rock out on home turf at huge Bents Park gigRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Chronicle Live

    South Shields lads Call on Sunday will support Busted at the second South Tyneside Festival Sunday concert in Bents Park Call on Sunday are gearing up for their biggest gig of the year and it's very apt, given their name, that it takes place on a Sunday, this Sunday to be precise when the four piece support Busted at their huge outdoor gig in South Shields. Given that they're all from the seaside town themselves, the Bents Park concert is a particularly special one for Dan Johnson, Jack Errington, Martin King and Sam Clark, who two years ago played the South Tyneside Festival with a set including a Little Mix mashup that got the seal of approval from the girls themselves.

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  9. Corbyn's Labour takes eight-point poll lead over ConservativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 7 | This Is London

    A YouGov poll for The Times put Labour eight points ahead of the Conservatives in its first opinion poll since the General Election. It is the first time that Labour has been ahead since the height of Tory infighting during the EU referendum, The Times reported.

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  10. Are more splits likely as Corbynistas seek to consolidate their position?Read the original story

    Friday Jul 7 | Peter Black AM

    Fears amongst more moderate MPs that Jeremy Corbyn's relative success during the General Election will see their dissent punished by possible deselection have come to the fore after a challenge to the Liverpool Wavertree MP, Luciana Berger to tow the line or find herself out on her ear. As the Guardian reports , Berger was challenged to get behind the leadership after eight out of 10 positions in the constituency Labour party went to Corbyn loyalists.

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  11. One in five Labour MPs has appeared on a South Tyneside de-selection 'hitlist'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Chronicle Live

    One in five Labour MPs has appeared on a deselection "hit list" drawn up by pro-Corbyn campaigners in South Tyneside, it has been reported. The Momentum activists group complied a list of 49 sitting MPs who, it suggested, could "join the Liberals", according to The Times.

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  12. Sprinklers save lives, but how much would it cost to fit them in our high-rise tower blocks?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Chronicle Live

    After the Grenfell Tower fire, we've launched the What Price Life? campaign, part of which is to call for expansion of sprinkler systems in region The Chronicle is calling on housing providers to fit our region's high-rise tower blocks with sprinklers - a move we estimate could cost around 10m. In the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster, which claimed the lives of at least 80 people, it emerged that it would have cost 200,000 to retro-fit the block with sprinklers.

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  13. Assault, drink-driving and urinating in the street: When reality TV stars go badRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Chronicle Live

    Geordie Shore's Chantelle Connelly has found herself in hot water after punching a love rival - but she's not the first reality star to get in trouble Former Geordie Shore star Chantelle Connelly has landed in hot water after punching a love rival - but she's not the first to find herself on the wrong side of the law. The North East has had more than its fair share of reality TV celebrities down the years, from Big Brother winners to X Factor contestants.

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  14. Your gorgeous school prom photos from Newcastle & the North EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Chronicle Live

    We are sharing in the excitement of 2017's proms in Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Northumberland, Durham, Sunderland and Washington Above are some lovely photographs from years past but already the first few prom events of 2017 have taken place and you will find links to all our galleries in this article . It is the social highlight of the school calendar for Year 11s and those leaving in Year 13. There is excitement about whatever is coming next.

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  15. Anger over planned changes for hospital patients in South Tyneside and SunderlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Chronicle Live

    Health bosses unveiled proposals for changes to stroke, maternity and children's services at both hospitals as they launched a public consultation yesterday. Hospital chiefs say staffing pressures and the need to improve performance mean changes need to be made to what services are provided at South Tyneside District Hospital and Sunderland Royal Hospital.

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  16. Hospital changes in Sunderland and South Tyneside - everything you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Chronicle Live

    A public consultation into proposed changes to stroke, maternity and children's services is launching today and will run until October 15. a Two options for maternity services , covering hospital-based birthing facilities i.e. where you would give birth to your baby and special care baby units and women's services , covering inpatient surgery where you would need an overnight hospital stay Hospital chiefs say staffing pressures and the need to improve performance mean changes need to be made to what services are provided at South Tyneside District Hospital and Sunderland Royal Hospital.

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  17. Shock as Tyne and Wear's beleaguered fire service suffers A 10m financial blowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Chronicle Live

    The Government is accused of 'adding insult to injury' after demanding A 10m from TWFR service despite already slashing their budget Tyne and Wear's already beleaguered fire service has suffered a massive financial blow after the Government ordered them to pay back millions of pounds mistakenly claimed to pay their workers' pensions. The region's Fire and Rescue Service , which has been forced to make savings of 22m since 2010 and has lost hundreds of workers, over-claimed the Pensions Top Up Grant by more than 10m.

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  18. What Price Life? Every Tyne and Wear MP backs The Chronicle's campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 4 | Chronicle Live

    Politicians have agreed to support our push for better protection for high-rise tower block residents in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire Our campaign, which demands protections for high-rise residents in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire , is now in to its second week. At least 80 were killed in the horrific blaze last month but it has become clear the problems aren't isolated to London.

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  19. How 250-year-old South Shields Market is hoping to get a new lease of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | Chronicle Live

    South Shields Market, which began in 1770 and is one of the oldest open-air markets in the North East, has spanned centuries providing visitors with a whole range of goods. Held in a traditional market square with the 18th century elegant 'pepper pot' Old Town Hall at its heart, the historic church of St Hilda stands on the south side of the Market Place, and there has been a church on the site since 647 AD.

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  20. Consultation on the future of hospital services in South Tyneside and Sunderland launches this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | Chronicle Live

    Health bosses will publish proposals for how they plan to deliver care at Sunderland Royal Hospital and South Tyneside District Hospital on Wednesday as a three-month consultation gets under way. While medical bosses claim the move is a vital way of making "big improvements", those opposed to the move have labelled it a "path to closure" for many vital services in the South Tyneside area.

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