South Tyneside

South Tyneside

Have you seen missing Boldon woman Ann Stewart?

Northumbria Police are appealing for information to help find missing Boldon woman Ann Stewart.

Exmoor ponies could return to a South Tyneside local nature reserve next month.

Ponies to be the mane event once more in return to Cleadon Hills

Exmoor ponies look set make a return to Cleadon Hills after their munching mission proved a success.

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How £100million scheme could transform the A19

Work on a massive £100million scheme to cut congestion on the A19 takes a step closer today.
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PANTO REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk at The Customs House

For an increasing number of people, the festive season begins with The Customs House pantomime.

Denise Robertson.

Denise Robertson’s legacy lives on in charity headquarters

A charity has named its new premises after East Boldon agony aunt Denise Robertson in honour of her support for the cause.

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Connor Miller, from Marsden, gets into the Christmas spirit at last year's event.

Festive fun at Whitburn Winter Festival Fun Day this weekend

Families can get into the Christmas spirit thanks to a day of festive fun in Whitburn this weekend.


Shock as car crashes into village pond

These dramatic pictures capture the scene after a car crashed into a village pond.
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In total, 197 people lost their lives on roads during rainfall in Great Britain last year

Slow down when it's wet, North East drivers urged as figures reveal seven were killed in the rain last year

North East drivers are being urged to slow down when it's raining after figures revealed seven people were killed and 82 more were seriously injured when driving in the rain in the last year.
Shields Ferry services will resume tomorrow

Shields Ferry service to resume tomorrow

Shields Ferry services will resume tomorrow morning after more than a week out of commission.

The Downhill Lane junction

Overhaul for roads around Sunderland's Nissan plant

Roads around Sunderland’s Nissan plant are set for a massive overhaul.
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David Cook completed his 24-hour sponsored punch bag challenge

Soldier hits out to raise cash for battling boy’s research fund

A South Tyneside soldier has completed a 24-hour punch bag challenge in aid of a Sunderland youngster living with a life-limiting medical condition.

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Tesco South Shields services manager Helen Craig and her team handing over a donation of �500 to Grace House manager Jane Lertas-Robinson after they volunteered their time to give the gardens a tidy up. Picture by John Millard

Tesco staff in South Tyneside dig in for charity cause

Staff at a South Shields superstore have been digging in to support a local charity.

Bobby the Shetland pony.

Fund to catch pony’s killer continues to grow

Cash is still flooding in to a reward fund set up to help catch the killer of a Shetland pony.

Metro services have now been resumed

Nexus launches investigation after Metro delays cause misery for passengers

Transport chiefs have launched an investigation after yet more Metro chaos for passengers.

Metro service disruptions at Brockley Whins

MP blasts Metro as workers have pay docked for being late due to delays

A South Shields MP says more needs to be done to improve the service provided by the Tyne and Wear Metro after commuters endured another nightmare day.

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William Calvert helps David Cook get in shape for his big day of fundraising.

‘I’ll work out for 24 hours to help this little boy’

Super fit David Cook will punch a bag for 24 hours - to help a little boy with a life-limiting medical condition.

South Tyneside’s unsung war heroes brought to life in new book

South Tyneside’s unsung war heroes brought to life in new book

A South Tyneside-born author’s latest creation celebrates the unsung heroes of the home front during the Blitz.

Paul Watson and Iain Malcolm

A look at the massive manufacturing site which will create 500 jobs every year in Sunderland and South Tyneside

Plans to create a major automotive manufacturing hub have moved up a gear, with public consultation getting underway later this month.

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The buildings in Keppel Street

Demolition plans approved for two former South Tyneside businesses

Demolition plans have been approved to knock down two former businesses as part of the £100million regeneration plan for South Shields.

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Cauldwell Place pensioner Sam Waim's garden has been flooded

OAP left ‘marooned’ in his home after torrential downpour

A pensioner says he’s been left marooned in his own house as his front garden is flooded by rainwater.

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