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  1. Are you entering the Great Exhibition of the North photo competition? Here are the judgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 11 | Chronicle Live

    Photographs reflecting the 'greatness' of the North are flying in ahead of the deadline at the end of this month People from around the country have been entering the Great Exhibition of the North photography competition and now the judges have been announced. They are Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, the acclaimed photographer whose images of Byker have been admired around the world, and Michael Terwey, head of collections and exhibitions at the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford.

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  2. This man is facing jail for badly injuring a couple by cycling into them in Whitley BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 11 | Chronicle Live

    Ms Blake was left with serious head injuries and was described at the time as being in a life-threatening condition. Now 36-year-old Gallon has pleaded guilty to inflicting GBH on Ms Blake and GBH with intent on Mr Nicholson, as his trial was due to begin at Newcastle Crown Court .

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  3. Snow wreaks havoc on travelers in Britain, schools closedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 11 | Powhatan Today

    People walk through snow on the coast at Whitley Bay, north east England, Monday Dec. 11, 2017. Snow and wintry weather is continuing to wreak havoc on travelers in Britain, with flights cancelled, roads sheathed in ice and rail travel disrupted.

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  4. A Tyneside pub in 1979 - but where was it and how does this location look today?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 10 | Chronicle Live

    Not only has the old pub been renamed, it's also been spruced up and modernised while the building on the left is long-gone. He was born and bred in Gateshead and has captured many gritty street, railway and River Tyne views since his schoolboy days in the 1960s.

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  5. Enterprising businesswoman hopes for a Bright & Beautiful Future with new ventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | Chronicle Live

    Helen Ross has only just launched the housekeeping business but has created three jobs, with more to come before the new year starts An enterprising woman is set for a bright future with the launch of a new business to improve standards in the domestic cleaning market, with support from North Tyneside Business Factory . Bright & Beautiful North Tyneside has been launched by Helen Ross to deliver a premium housekeeping service, supported by a UK-wide franchise network.

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  6. Andrea Riseborough Newcastle 'jibe': What you think of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 5 | Chronicle Live

    The Newcastle-born actor was appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, a chat show on US television, when she was asked about where she grew up. She described Newcastle as being like the "armpit" of the country, which hasn't gone down very well with our readers.

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  7. UK weather: Storm Caroline set to bring 80mph windsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 5 | Daily Mail

    Surgeons reveal the dramatic moment North Korean soldier was airlifted for surgery after being shot as he defected - and the horrific ten-inch parasites removed from his body Is Anastasia the cutest girl in the world? Russian child model aged just SIX is hailed the new Thylane Blondeau Not-so-sweet CAROLINE: Fifth named storm of the year set to bring 80mph winds, freezing temperatures and up to eight inches of SNOW by the end of the week Storm Caroline is set to batter Britain on Thursday with 80mph wind gusts and up to eight inches of snow.

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  8. Gavin Webster explains why he isn't brimming with good cheer at the thought of ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Chronicle Live

    There's something about all the seasonal palaver that gets Gavin's goat and he's keen to share it with you from the stage Instead Gavin would be happy with some re-runs of River Cottage, with TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, and back episodes of The Walking Dead. Chuck in some Newcastle United games from the 1970s and you've got the nearest Gavin is going to get to on-screen Christmas cheer.

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  9. Free parking in Tynemouth, Whitley Bay and North Shields for Christmas shoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Chronicle Live

    Where to park for free throughout North Tyneside on the run-up to Christmas - here's all you need to know There will be free all-day parking on Saturday in December 9, 16 and 23 at Front Street, Tynemouth and at selected sites throughout Whitley Bay . And the council has also secured free parking at the Beacon Centre car park in North Shields during the whole of December, thanks to support from shopping centre owner New River Retail, to complement the free parking already available at the Forum car park in Wallsend .

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  10. Can you spot yourself or your children at Whitley Bay's St Nicholas Festival?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 2 | Chronicle Live

    Young and old wrapped up warm as they took part in the annual St Nicholas Festival lantern procession in Whitley Bay , North Tyneside, on Friday evening. The procession started at Marine Park First School and they walked along Marine Avenue, onto Park View before finishing at St Paul's Church.

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  11. Spruce up your Christmas at the Edelweiss Christmas Tree CompanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Chronicle Live

    Kick start your festive season with a magical visit to Edelweiss Christmas Tree Company where you'll find Santa in his wintry grotto and a glass of warming mulled wine waiting for you If you've been searching for something special to spruce up your Christmas, then look no further than the Edelweiss Christmas Tree Company. Based at Seaton Delaval in Whitley Bay, customers will have access to a range of more than 7,000 trees, which includes the Nordman Fir, Norway Spruce Noble Fir, Lodgepole Pine and Fraser Fir.

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  12. See how this historic Art Deco style fountain in Whitley Bay was revampedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 28 | Chronicle Live

    The cast iron structure was originally installed along the Northern Promenade to commemorate the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in May 1937. It has been painted numerous times over the years and some of its decorative patterns and features were affected as a result.

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  13. 5 World War II bomb raids that brought death and devastation to TynesideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 23 | Chronicle Live

    As BBC TV begins a new series on the Blitz, we recall raids on Newcastle, North Shields, Jarrow, Whitley Bay and South Shields The series examines the specific effect of four bombs, from their initial impact on individual lives, right through to their wider consequences for the Second World War and all the way to the present day. Each episode begins with a single bomb in a single street in a single place: London, Hull, Clydebank and Bristol.

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  14. How a 40ft deep crater that once proved a danger to children became a thing of beautyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | Chronicle Live

    Marden Quarry had been created by nearly 200 years of quarrying on a site next to a busy road from Tynemouth to Whitley Bay Just over 40 years ago a giant hole in the landscape of urban Tyneside had filled with 35 million gallons of water to a depth of 40ft. The crater had been created by nearly 200 years of quarrying magnesian limestone from a site which is now adjacent to the busy Broadway main road from Tynemouth to Whitley Bay.

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  15. Three swimmers rescued from North Tyneside coast in separate call outsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 19 | Chronicle Live

    The ambulance service has been called out three times to swimmers in difficulty in Cullercoats, Whitley Bay and North Shields The first call came to the RNLI Cullercoats lifeboat crew just before 9am on Sunday morning when they were alerted by a member of the public to a woman in the sea. The crew were preparing for a training day when a dog walker told them there was a woman in difficulty off Cullercoats Bay .

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  16. Why does it take so long to turn into North Shields at new Billy Mill traffic lights?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 19 | Chronicle Live

    The old Billy Mill roundabout, at the end of the A1058 Coast Road, was replaced with lights earlier this year Earlier this year, the Billy Mill roundabout was replaced with traffic lights as part of a road improvement scheme by North Tyneside Council. The junction, that links the A1058 Coast Road to routes heading towards North Shields, Tynemouth and Whitley Bay, is used by thousands of people every day.

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  17. The terminally ill Whitley Bay mum-of-three taking life one day at a timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | Chronicle Live

    Julie Goulding, 50, was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago but the disease has now spread to other parts of her body She had a double mastectomy but the disease gradually spread to other parts of her body, and she was later told the cancer was terminal. However the 50-year-old says she is determined to stay strong and carry on as normal, creating more moments to treasure with her children and 14-month-old granddaughter.

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  18. Whitley Bay promenade at night: How the seafront looks after revampRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Chronicle Live

    Whitley Bay's Northern Promenade has been given a new look as part of a regeneration scheme, including new lighting The previously drab and grey Northern Promenade has been given a much-needed revamp as part of North Tyneside Council's seafront regeneration plan. Most of the area was closed over the last year for a string of improvements to take place but the promenade was partially re-opened in the autumn, allowing people to walk along the new-look stretch between Watts Slope and the Rendezvous Cafe.

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  19. Waves Leisure Centre in Whitley Bay re-opens to the public following burst pipeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | Chronicle Live

    The popular venue, at The Links, had been closed since Tuesday because of a burst water pipe at the site A leisure centre closed for three days because of a burst water pipe has now re-opened to the public. Waves, at The Links in Whitley Bay , had to shut on Tuesday after problems with the water supply became apparent.

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  20. See the weird and wonderful creatures beneath the waves off the North East coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Chronicle Live

    Paula Lightfoot has captured these stunning scenes beneath the waves off the Northumberland and County Durham coast - netting her an award On many a day the sea off the North East coast looks a forbidding grey - but the pictures taken by diver Paula Lightfoot shows what a colourful world exists beneath the waves. Paula, from Whitley Bay, has been diving for more than 10 years and has been surveying and photographing the underwater world off Northumberland and County Durham.

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