South Tyneside, England Newswire (Page 5)

South Tyneside, England Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Readers slam yobs who stuck pins in swing seats at South Shields parkRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Shields Gazette

    Gazette readers have condemed the yobs who booby trapped a play park in South Tyneside by scattering drawing pins as "disgusting". The pins, some of which were placed on a swing seat, were spotted in Readhead Park, South Shields, by a member of the public.

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  2. Neo-Nazi and Islamophobic stickers spread across South TynesideRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Shields Gazette

    The Islamophobic and anti-immigration stickers have been found in both Horlsey Hill and South Shields Market Place in recent days. A sticker reading 'Rapefugees not welcome! North West Infidels - fighting for white rights' has appeared next to Market Place, South Shields.

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  3. South Shields family hopes noise misery is over after three-year taps nightmareRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Shields Gazette

    A South Tyneside family is hoping their noise misery is over after faulty pipes caused them a three-year headache. Julie and Kevin Mayne, of St Mary's Avenue, South Shields, heard a loud banging noise every time the taps were turned on in the property next door to them.

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  4. Goverment slams North East council leaders for 'walking away' from Devolution dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Chronicle Live

    In a letter seen by the Chronicle, Sajid Javid, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, rebuffed the suggestion made by North East Combined Authority chairman Paul Watson that council bosses supported devolution "in principle". The deal, rejected earlier this month, would have meant 900m worth of investment spread over 30 years to put into new infrastructure for the region, new powers to improve bus services across the region, strategic planning powers and the devolution of skills funding for training.

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  5. 100 new jobs for South TynesideRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Sunderland Echo

    Boldon-based EC Outsourcing, a contact centre specialising in energy and utilities, has created 100 sales and retentions jobs in the region. Launching their latest recruitment drive this week, the company based on Boldon Business Park sas the roles are on the back of excellent results in the first quarters of the year.

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  6. Victims of South Shields wartime air raid to be rememberedRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Shields Gazette

    A devastating wartime bombing raid on South Shields is to be remembered at a special service to mark the 75th anniversary of the attack. Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, has teamed up with South Tyneside District Council and Father Chris Fuller, from St Hilda's Church, to hold a memorial service to commemorate the event.

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  7. Smokers in South Tyneside urged to take part in StoptoberRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Sunderland Echo

    The mass quitting challenge from Public Health England starts on October 1 and already nearly 15 million people across the country have already quit. The smoking rate across the North East has fallen from 29% of people smoking in 2005 to 22% smoking in 2012 and 18.7% smoking in 2015 - a drop of 3.3% over the past four years and around 189,000 fewer smokers in the last decade.

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  8. New drop-in service for ex-military personnelRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 20 | Shields Gazette

    The South Tyneside NAAFI Break drop-in service will provide help and support for veterans across the borough and will hold its first session tomorrow. The service, provided by South Tyneside Council and South Tyneside Homes, will take place on the first and third Wednesday of every month, between 10am and 11am, at Trinity House, 134 Laygate, South Shields.

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  9. Twisted yobs stick pins into swing's seat at South Tyneside play parkRead the original story

    Monday Sep 19 | Sunderland Echo

    Twisted yobs have been slammed after putting drawing pins in to the seat of a swing in a South Tyneside play park. They had been shoved into the base of one swing seat and also scattered across the ground of the Sunderland Road par.k A spokesman from South Tyneside Council said: "Although this may well have been a foolish prank this could have caused serious harm to a child.

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  10. Meet the South Tyneside SnowdogsRead the original story

    Monday Sep 19 | Shields Gazette

    Snowdogs are going walkies on South Tyneside as a public art trail which encourages people to plot the pooches is unleashed across the region. After months of preparation, four large canine sculptures are in place around the borough at South and North Marine Park, the Customs House and the Groyne as part of The Great North Snowdog trail.

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  11. Teaching is 'superb' at South Tyneside nurseryRead the original story

    Monday Sep 19 | Shields Gazette

    Nicola Dunn, manager at the nursery, in Western Road, said: "I am very proud of my staff for achieving this rating as it endorses the hard work and dedication they put into the care and education of each and every child. "We always strive to give the children in our care the best start in life, which is not only about teaching them, which is important, but also nurturing them to build their confidence and self esteem and by achieving this outstanding grade it is an acknowledgement of the dedication of the staff team.

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  12. Great North runners' empty water bottles put to interesting use in GatesheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 19 | Chronicle Live

    Those who took to the streets for the half-marathon consumed more than 100,000 bottles of water - but where did the waste go? Thousands of Great North runners showed a lotta bottle in completing the course to raise money for a variety of good causes. In doing so, the army of participants consumed more than 100,000 bottles of water along the 13.1 miles from Newcastle to South Shields.

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  13. South Tyneside celebrates role of women in First World WarRead the original story

    Monday Sep 19 | Shields Gazette

    Many women took on jobs vacated by men who had gone to fight, and took on roles in workplaces like munitions factories. Women's Health in South Tyneside , based in Salus House, 33 Mile End Road, South Shields, has been highlighting their role with an exhibition which started last Friday.

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  14. Great North Snowdogs launched: Live updates as the St Oswald's dog trail is unveiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 19 | Chronicle Live

    As the St Oswald's Hospice launches its Great North Snowdogs exhibition we introduce the 60 large dogs around the North East For the next ten weeks the North East's streets, parks and open spaces will become home to a series of individually designed Snowdog sculptures, painted by both well-known and undiscovered artists. There will be 60 large, colourful dogs at venues across the region with Gateshead, Newcastle, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, and Sunderland all having multiple dogs, while one giant Snowy will be placed in Northumberland's Kielder Observatory.

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  15. Sharp fall in rate of smoking among South Tyneside mums-to-beRead the original story

    Monday Sep 19 | Shields Gazette

    New figures show 18.7 per cent of mums-to-be in the South Tyneside NHS area were smoking at delivery in the first quarter of 2016, down from 25.8 per cent in the same period the previous year. Across the North East, the rate fell from 16.3 per cent to 15.6 per cent, after a major four-year initiative by the region's midwives.

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  16. Send a Snowdog selfie or photo of the sculptures in Newcastle & the North EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 19 | Chronicle Live

    We'd love to feature reader photos of the Snowdogs now on display in Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Sunderland and Northumberland If you live in Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Sunderland and a certain area of Northumberland, you may be surprised by a Snowdog encounter. We'd love to feature fun Snowdog selfies and great reader photographs of the sculptures in their many and various surroundings.

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  17. Great North Snowdogs: Meet the pack around the North EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 19 | Chronicle Live

    As the St Oswald's Hospice launches its Great North Snowdogs exhibition we introduce the 60 large dogs around the North East For the next ten weeks the North East's streets, parks and open spaces will become home to a series of individually designed Snowdog sculptures, painted by both well-known and undiscovered artists. There will be 60 large, colourful dogs at venues across the region with Gateshead, Newcastle, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, and Sunderland all having multiple dogs, while one giant Snowy will be placed in Northumberland's Kielder Observatory.

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  18. Bickering left North East in the 'no lane' when it came to devolution, Lib Dems claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 18 | Chronicle Live

    Devolution can be resuscitated if it is taken out of the hands of the region's big political players, it has been claimed. The multi-billion pound deal, which would have given extra powers and cash to the North East, was killed off earlier this month when the leaders of four councils failed to agree on terms with the Government.

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  19. Should taxi driver vetting be toughened up in the wake of Rotherham sex abuse scandal?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 18 | Chronicle Live

    Crime chiefs and politicians have called on the Government to ensure that more protection is offered to taxi passengers from potential sex attackers. It follows the Rotherham child abuse scandal and that in South Ribble, Lancashire, in which victims were ferried round by cabbies, some of who hadn't been properly vetted.

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  20. Great North Snowdogs in Newcastle 'damaged' ahead of official trail launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 18 | Chronicle Live

    Two of the art sculptures, which are part of a project to raise cash for St Oswald's Hospice, were sat on over the weekend The dogs are part of a fundraising effort by Gosforth -based St Oswald's Hospice, which provides care for adults and children. But, ahead of the official launch of the trail on Monday, a number of the dogs proved a magnet for party-goers - one by Newcastle's Central Station and another in Sunderland.

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