South Tyneside, England Newswire (Page 6)

South Tyneside, England Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Revealed: How much North East trusts spend ridding hospitals of pestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    Data obtained under Freedom of Information laws shows environmental experts were asked to remove pests at hospitals run by the Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 239 times in the past five years. The trust, which runs 11 sites including those in Cramlington, Hexham and Morpeth, said the amount of money spent on treating pests in its hospitals during 2015/16 was just over 20,000.

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  2. Happy New Year - here come the Wrapping Paper Police: RICHARD...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Trust the recycling nazis to find a way of criminalising Christmas. They have belatedly announced that they won't be collecting millions of tons of the 'wrong' kind of wrapping paper.

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  3. Rescue mission after car goes over South Tyneside cliffs and lands in North SeaRead the original story

    Dec 29, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    Police received reports of concern for a man at Marsden Cliffs, off Coast Road, South Shields, at 3.50am yesterday. The man, who was his 20s and uninjured, was found by officers on rocks and taken to hospital as a precaution However, the brigade's honorary secretary Tom Fennelly, said his team called back out again at around 8am today after a car was found wedged on rocks at Manhaven, which is between Camel's Island and Frenchman's Bay at Marsden.

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  4. Grandmother due to be released from hospital on Christmas Day never returned home - inquest hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    Lily Grieves, 93, suffered the cut while en route to South Tyneside District Hospital and died in January last year A beloved grandmother due to be released from hospital on Christmas Day last year never returned home an inquest has heard. Carers called for an ambulance for frail 93-year-old Lily Grieves on December 22, 2015, due to fears swelling in her legs could be the sign of a blood clot.

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  5. Charity gets a helping hand thanks to Virgin Money grant worth A 47KRead the original story

    Dec 29, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    South Tyneside Training and Enterprise Network, based at Market Dock, South Shields, has been awarded a 47,723 Virgin Money Foundation grant. The charity is one of 12 in the region to receive help in the Foundation's second round of grant awards this year.

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  6. A tale of two halves: How North East devolution split on the shores of the TyneRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    It's a tale of two halves as the old clich goes - only this game of political football splits at the Tyne and has rumbled on for much longer than 90 minutes. Last December, with the ink not long dry on the devolution agreement signed between the leaders of the region's seven local authorities and the then Chancellor George Osborne, it looked odds on that the North East would have an elected mayor by May 2017.

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  7. South Tyneside hospital bosses speak out after raking in A 500k from parking feesRead the original story

    Dec 29, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    New figures show South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust collected A 508,897 in fees - A 346,591 of this came from patients and visitors, while A 162,306 was paid by staff. Since January 2014, ParkingEye has managed South Tyneside District Hospital's car park in Harton Lane, South Shields, by using a number plate recognition system.

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  8. New South Shields crossing aims to keep pupils safeRead the original story

    Dec 29, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    Children at a school in South Tyneside are being kept safer by a new puffin crossing on a busy road. The new traffic light-controlled Puffin crossing on Laygate Road, South Shields, has been installed to help children and parents from nearby Laygate Community School to cross the road safely as part of improvements to help create a safer route to the school.

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  9. South Shields bracelet thief failed to deliver goodsRead the original story

    Dec 29, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    Wayne Barnes,32, was supposed to deliver the bracelets to his mother's jewellery shop in Fowler Street, South Shields, for the clasps to be repaired. But, South Tyneside Magistrates were told, he took them to a house party, where he met his former drugs dealer, who took them from him to settle an old debt.

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  10. Time capsule for 300 years left under Gandhi's Temple developmentRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2016 | Sunderland Echo

    Youngsters have left gifts for future generations - to be opened 300 years from now - by burying a time capsule at a new restaurant development in South Tyneside. Pupils from Westoe Crown Primary School, South Shields, placed a number of items in the capsule and buried it at Gandhi's Temple on the seafront which is being transformed into a seafood restaurant by Colmans.

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  11. Christmas party raises funds to help buy paddle boat to be used in ThurstonRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2016 | Sunderland Echo

    The event was organised by the Friends of Thurston group which was formed earlier this year to raise cash and further develop facilities at Thurston Outdoor Education Centre in the Lake District. The event was held at Whitburn Parish Church hall and was attended by more than 50 children and their parents.

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  12. Disappointment after homes, gym and cafe plans rejected for former bingo hallRead the original story

    Dec 17, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    Residents have expressed their disappointment after plans to change a landmark bingo hall in South Tyneside into apartments were rejected. An application had been made to South Tyneside Council for The Mecca bingo hall, in Dean Road, South Shields, to be turned into 56 apartments.

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  13. Hospital maternity unit evacuated after man threatened to set himself on fire during stand-offRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2016 | Chronicle Live

    Women giving birth and mums with newborns had to be moved when a man doused himself in lighter fluid and said he would set himself on fire outside A maternity unit had to be evacuated when a man threatened to set fire to himself during a terrifying stand-off. David Kirsop doused himself in lighter fluid and said he would light it near the baby unit at South Tyneside District Hospital .

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  14. OAP village is on the cards for landmark South Tyneside siteRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Sunderland Echo

    An application has been submitted for the current Roundel's site on the corner of Harton Lane in South Shields, to be turned into 49 apartments for the over-60s by McCarthy and Stone. The land used to be the site of Harton Dye Works, which operated from 1903 to 1970 - this was an extension to Harton Moor Laundry which was established in 1899.

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  15. Hospitals told not to carry out planned operations over ChristmasRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Sunderland Echo

    Hospitals across England have been told not to carry out planned operations over Christmas as they deal with increasing pressure on the system. In a letter to NHS trusts, chief executive of NHS improvement Jim Mackey said the focus needed to be on emergency patients at a "critical" time.

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  16. 13 fire fighters tackle blaze in South TynesideRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    Crews from South Shields and Marley Park fire stations were called to the blaze at a building in Whitburn at 10.39am today. Fire fighters used a ladder to reach the fitting, a extinguisher to put out the flames and a thermal imaging camera to look for hot spots.

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  17. South Tyneside band set to support group led by ex-Inspiral Carpets lead singer in South ShieldsRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    A South Tyneside band is set to enjoy a post-Christmas treat when they support a group led by the former lead singer of the Inspiral Carpets. Six-piece band The Good Souls will perform in the same gig as Inspiral Carpets tribute group The Kar-Pets at the Trimmers Arms, on Commercial Road, South Shields, on December 27. Hingley was a member of the band from 1989 to 2011, and sang on all of their chart hits, including This Is How It Feels, Caravan, Saturn 5 and I Want You.

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  18. Razor sharp Allan aims to be a cut above the restRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    A barber and part-time college lecturer from South Tyneside has been shortlist in a nationwide competition to be crowned the best wet shaver in the country. Allan Stone, 42, who owns Stoney's Barbershop in Laygate Lane, South Shields, will face razor sharp competition from fellow craftsmen in his quest to win the competition.

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  19. Cold callers in parts of South Tyneside will be frozen out by schemeRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Sunderland Echo

    Cold callers will be frozen out in areas of South Tyneside as part of scheme discourage unwanted salespeople from visiting residents' homes South Tyneside Council has joined forces with Northumbria Police and South Tyneside Homes to set up a designated 'No Cold Calling Zone' in an area of South Shields. The zone aims to prevent traders from calling uninvited and trying to sell them goods or services.

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  20. Last chance to make a South Tyneside child smile this ChristmasRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2016 | Shields Gazette

    As you go about your Christmas shopping this weekend The Gazette is asking that you pop an extra gift into your trolley for our toy appeal. This weekend is your last chance to donate to the appeal, run in partnership with North East charity Hope 4 Kidz, which hopes to bring a smile to those children in our community most in need.

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