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Lights, camera, action...South Shields pass screen test with FA Cup win over Bridlington

Non League
O' Neil was stopped by police at the Tyne Tunnel toll booths.

Driver was three times over the limit after boozing at Sunderland Airshow

Crime
Ocean Colour Scene were a huge hit with the Hardwick Live crowd.

Review: Hardwick Live, Hardwick Hall, Sedgefield.

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The Stadium of Light.

Police warn 'disorder will not be tolerated' ahead of Sunderland v Leeds United game

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Brave Brooklyn to join Bradley Lowery's family for Sunderland match

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Find out why this Hebburn design business had to tackle tons of mud and ice

News

South Shields Zumba instructor aims to get South Tyneside moving with fundraising event

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See incredible performance from South Shields youngster hoping to be next Gazette star

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Melissa Hayes has received a �400 fine after dumping garden waste on Cleadon Hills.

£400 fine for South Tyneside grass dumper sparks debate

News 7
A typical traffic jam on the A18

MP calls action from roads chiefs on A19

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More misery for train passengers as unions announce new strikes on Northern line

Transport
Traffic is diverted off the A19 northbound following a collision.

Hundreds back petition calling for a safety probe into the A19

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Northbound traffic at a standstill on the A19.

Transport chiefs give their backing for our Safe A19 campaign

News 2
Joan Nichols died when the tourist train she was travelling on in India was derailed.

Tourist train was travelling too fast before crash in which South Shields gran died

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Tailbacks are a regular problem on the A19 following collisions.

Top police officer backs our campaign to improve A19 road safety

News 3

Driver was three times over the limit after boozing at Sunderland Airshow

Crime
The Stadium of Light.

Police warn 'disorder will not be tolerated' ahead of Sunderland v Leeds United game

News
Ann Marie Simpson was jailed at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court.

Shoplifter jailed on same day as stealing £60 worth of meat

Crime
Penshaw Monument

Penshaw Monument lit in colours of Spanish flag to honour terror attack victims

News 4

New GCSE grading system leaving parents baffled, poll shows

Education
Do you know anyone going through clearing?

Going through university clearing? Then make sure you do these four things

Education
St Wilfrid's RC College A-level results day
Dylan Hastry

Teenager who escaped Manchester Arena bombing celebrates A-Level success

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St Wilfrid's RC College A-level results day
Lydia Olsen

Cancer-battling dad’s pride at daughter’s A-Level success

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St Wilfrid's RC College A-level results day

St Wilfrid’s RC College records “best ever” results as students find out if they have made the grade

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Can I claim carer’s allowance if I’m on other benefits?

Opinion
You could save 300 a year by switching energy suppliers.

Do you have the energy to switch utility companies?

Opinion
Are you earning enough interest on your savings?

Are you earning enough interest on your savings?

Opinion
Guy Currey, left, director of Invest North East, Coun Iain Malcolm, centre, leader of South Tyneside Council and Robert Forsyth, Commercial Director at Metec UK.

South Shields firm plays role in North East jobs boom

News 2

Winning bid will see firm build much-needed home across North East

News 4
Tony Blair shows his footballing skills at the launch of the Coaches for Clubs campaign at Castle View Enterprise Academy in 2011.

Tony Blair's 'gift to the North East' closes down after a decade

Politics 18
David Miliband

Former South Shields MP under fire over second Brexit vote call

News 16
Tailbacks are a regular problem on the A19 following collisions.

Top police officer backs our campaign to improve A19 road safety

News 3
A shop sign for Clarks in central London, as the footwear firm has sparked a sexism row after naming a girls' shoe range Dolly Babe and a boys' line Leader.

Clarks criticised for 'sexist' children's shoe lines

Business 11

£400 fine for South Tyneside grass dumper sparks debate

News 7
Eyes to the skies on Monday!

There will be a solar eclipse on Monday: what are your chances of seeing it?

Environment 3
A typical traffic queue at Testos Roundabout

Support grows for Gazette’s A19 safety campaign

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Melissa Hayes has received a �400 fine after dumping garden waste on Cleadon Hills.

South Shields woman stunned by £400 dumping fine for scattering grass cuttings

News 38

Shaping Up: Try five of the best weight-loss exercises

Opinion
Dr Shalabh Srivastava

Kidney experts appointed at South Tyneside hospital

News
Ultrasound lead Jayne Richardson, lead consultant for radiology Dr Richard Cooper and radiology registrar Dr Peter Hewitt at one of the new machines

South Tyneside hospital bosses spend £200,000 on new scanners

News 3
Teenage schoolchildren who use e-cigarettes dramatically increase their chances of graduating to tobacco, research has shown.

Teenagers who use e-cigs 'more likely' to smoke tobacco in future

Health 1
Public Health England has said it would now be focusing on the reduction of excess calories.

Your favourite junk foods could be changing - and here's why

Health 1