South Tyneside, England Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Hundreds turn out to watch annual South Shields Camel Parade despite protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Chronicle Live

    Despite the wet weather and a 90,000 strong petition calling on the Camel Parade to be banned, hundreds still turned out to watch the annual event. Led by the three wise men on camels the parade made its way down the illuminated Ocean Road on Friday night to the town's seafront and was greeted by an array of family-friendly entertainment and live music.

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  2. Tiny Lives receive A 10,000 tribute from parents of premature babyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Chronicle Live

    Louie Wilkinson weighed just 1lb 13oz when he was born and his parents have raised a staggering A 10,000 as a thank you to the charity who helped them Andy and Lauren Wilkinson raised A 10,000 for Tiny Lives after baby Louis was born 14 weeks early weighing just 1lb 13oz Inspired by their baby's battle the Wilkinsons have managed to raise thousands for a charity that helped them to cope when their son was born 14 weeks early. Baby Louie was born weighing 1lb 13oz at the Royal Victoria Infirmary after his mum, Lauren, was admitted with spotting.

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  3. Food hygiene ratings: We reveal the pubs in the North East with one starRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Chronicle Live

    Take a look at the 12 North East pubs or bars which scored one star out of five in their last FSA food hygiene inspection If you're planning on going out for Christmas meal or drinks with you friends, family or work mates you might want to check these scores on the doors first. These are 12 boozers that are in need of improving their food hygiene in and around Newcastle and the North East.

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  4. How will the multi-million pound A19 improvements benefit North East motorists?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Chronicle Live

    Two junctions on one of the North East's busiest roads have been earmarked for a multi-million pound upgrade . Highways England is planning to improve Testos and Downhill Lane junctions on the A19 , which run between South Tyneside and Sunderland and also affect traffic coming from Gateshead.

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  5. A19 upgrade: multi-million pound upgrade scheme revealed by Highways EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Chronicle Live

    Highways England has outlined plans to improve the Downhill Lane junction in South Tyneside by building a new bridge and creating a raised roundabout Highways England is planning to improve the Downhill Lane junction in South Tyneside by building a new bridge to the south of the existing bridge, creating a raised roundabout above the A19 and new slip roads. There are also future plans at the nearby Testos roundabout to raise the A19 above the A184 on a flyover.

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  6. Man appears in court charged with Sunderland Roker Park Road rapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Chronicle Live

    Adam Leslie Martin, 19, of Joan Avenue in Sunderland has since been charged with rape and appeared at South Tyneside Magistrates court on December 1. For the latest news and breaking news visit chroniclelive.co.uk and our blog which runs from 6.30am to 10pm Monday to Friday.

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  7. Ponies to be the mane event once more in return to Cleadon HillsRead the original story

    Friday Dec 2 | Sunderland Echo

    Three wild ponies have been moved 400 miles across Britain to graze in a field as part of a conservation project. See swns story SWPONY.

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  8. Caring pupils help the little ones fit in at South Tyneside schoolRead the original story

    Friday Dec 2 | Shields Gazette

    New starters at South Shields School have been helped through the first few months at secondary school thanks to the caring nature of older students. Virtually all of Year 11 at the school enlisted in an initiative to help primary pupils make the successful leap into secondary education.

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  9. 'I will never stop looking for you my darling' promises mum of toddler taken by ex-wifeRead the original story

    Friday Dec 2 | Shields Gazette

    The mum of a toddler at the centre of an international 'abduction' case sparked when her former partner fled has issued a fresh heartfelt appeal for her return. Two-year-old Kaydance Paige Etchells was taken from her Canadian home on May 8 by her mother Lauren Etchells, who is from South Shields.

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  10. Huge rise in men suffering from domestic abuseRead the original story

    Friday Dec 2 | Shields Gazette

    The number of South Tyneside men seeking support after being subjected to physical or emotional abuse by partners has doubled in the past three years. Recent figures from domestic abuse charity Options - run by Impact Family Services - reveal the number of referrals has doubled since it launched a service dedicated to male victims in 2013.

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  11. Third generation of Dickson family takes top role in family businessRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 1 | Shields Gazette

    The future of a family-owned South Tyneside business is looking bright as a third generation takes on a primary role. Mike, a third generation family member will be joining sister Elena who as marketing director has worked for the food manufacturer since 2004.

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  12. Sharp rise in number of South Tyneside pupils in good or outstanding schoolsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 1 | Shields Gazette

    The percentage of South Tyneside children in schools officially rated 'good or outstanding' has jumped by around a third over the last four years. New figures from schools watchdog Ofsted show 94 per cent of primary pupils are attending schools in its top two categories, a rise of two per cent year-on-year and 33 per cent since 2012.

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  13. Vinda-flew as South Tyneside restaurant branches out on Boeing 737Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Shields Gazette

    Showkoth Choudhoury, owner of Monsoon Indian Cuisine, in Ocean Road, South Shields, has turned a Boeing 737 airliner into an eaterie. One of his children came up with the idea after Mr Choudhoury and his staff created curries which were sent to United Nations troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo - over 4,000 miles away - last month.

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  14. Shocking figures show South Tyneside is 'homeless capital' of north eastRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Shields Gazette

    That works out at one in 521 of the borough's population - a ratio far worse than anywhere else in the region. And in terms of ratio, it is twice as bad as the next worst part of the north east, Middlesbrough, where one in 1,060 people are said to be homeless.

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  15. Countdown to Christmas with ChronicleLive - Day 1 of our advent calendar treatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Chronicle Live

    We kick off 24 days of spot prizes and offers with a A 25 intu giftcard and the chance to enjoy Lindisfarne's Christmas gig at Newcastle City Hall It's the first of December and do you know what? Here on the What's On desk, we've only forgotten to get ourselves an advent calendar. In order to correct this terrible festive oversight, we've decided to make our own - one which everyone has a chance of enjoying from now until Christmas Eve .

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  16. Drugs hauls: cannabis discoveries, where they were made and how much was foundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Chronicle Live

    A total of 647 cannabis farms have been discovered by the force since 2011 - an average of more than 10 a month Northumbria officers found 647 farms of the class B drug between 2011 and 2016 - an average of more than 10 a month. But the figures, obtained by a Freedom of Information request, showed that the number of raids on commercial cannabis farms is steadily dropping - from 179 in 2011/12 to 111 in 2016/16.

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  17. We've had curry on a train, now get set for curry on a plane in NewcastleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Chronicle Live

    South Shields Indian restaurant Monsoon offers diners the chance to eat a curry on board a Boeing 737 in a secret Newcastle location Showkoth Choudhoury, owner of Monsoon in Ocean Road, South Shields , is offering curry lovers a chance to dine on a plane in a secret North East location. The 42-year-old from South Shields, came up with the idea after he was asked to prepare a takeaway with a difference - to be delivered to United Nation troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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  18. Denise Robertson's legacy lives on in charity headquartersRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Sunderland Echo

    A charity has named its new premises after East Boldon agony aunt Denise Robertson in honour of her support for the cause. Thousands mourned the passing of Sunderland-born Denise, who lived her later years in South Tyneside, after she lost her brief battle with pancreatic cancer in April aged 83. A passionate charity supporter, the This Morning broadcaster threw her weight behind North East charity FACT as its patron.

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  19. Tributes paid to domestic violence campaigner during moving remembrance serviceRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Shields Gazette

    Barbara Dickson memorial plaque for domestic abuse victims. Options Julie Robinsonand Barbara's daughter, Nicola Nelson with domestic violence forum group A moving remembrance service has taken place in honour of a South Tyneside woman who helped shape the borough's domestic abuse services to the benefit of victims.

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  20. Family's mission to raise awareness of rare illness which killed South Tyneside nannaRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Shields Gazette

    A grief-stricken family is on a mission to raise awareness of a rare illness which claimed the life of a loved one. Margaret Trainor, known as Nanna Maggie, died suddenly from encephalitis after being admitted in to South Tyneside Hospital following flu-like symptoms.

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