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Muslims in London raise over £18,000 for victims of Westminster terror attack in one day

Members of London’s Muslim community have created a LaunchGood page to fundraise for the victims of the terror attack in Westminster which killed a police officer and four members of the public, leaving 40 injured.
The Yellow Pages is something else which was once so common place, and now seems so bizarre today

Owning a car, carrying cash and other things becoming ‘increasingly absurd’ in modern life

Owning a car is becoming ‘increasingly absurd’ as it carrying cash, according to new research.

Friends of Hebburn Cemetery to hosted a charity night.

Visitors to cemetery will receive daffodils on Mother’s Day to remember those no longer here

Daffodils are to be given to families who visit a cemetery in South Tyneside to pay tribute to mothers who are no longer here.

Fancy getting out and about for English Tourism Week?

Unmissable events for English Tourism Week

Celebrate English tourism, vibrant visitor experiences and world-renowned attractions during English Tourism Week, which starts tomorrow.

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The toy has been recalled.

Toy recalled due to safety risk from batteries

The British distributor of a childrens’ toy has taken steps to recall the product, warning that there is a risk of injury if owners attempt to change the battery.
Julio Arca came to the Gazettes office, where he was quizzed online by fans about all things South Shields FC, Wembley and Sunderland AFC.

‘We want to win them all’ – South Shields and ex-Sunderland star Julio Arca on Wembley and cup finals joy

South Shields FC favourite Julio Arca shared his Wembley joy with Gazette readers yesterday.

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Bradley Lowery.

Bradley Lowery shows off new haircut ahead of England mascot appearance

Little battler Bradley Lowery is set to undergo his latest bout of treatment to give him a boost ahead of his England mascot debut.

Award winner Jeff Stelling following the Hartlepool Mail's Best of Hartlepool awards night at the Hardwick Hall Hotel in Sedgefield Picture: DAVID WOOD

‘I’m not going to retire’ says Hartlepool TV star Jeff Stelling

Hartlepool-born TV presenter Jeff Stelling has dismissed talk that he is planning to retire.

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Emma Lewell-Buck

'Terrorism will never prevail over British values' - South Shields MP speaks out over Westminster attack

The bravery and compassion of those who stopped to help victims of the Westminster attack proved terrorism will never prevail over British values, South Shields' MP has said.
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Celebrations at Beamish

Beamish Museum searching for visionary to create 1950s world and Georgian hotel in £18million project

One of the North East's top tourist destinations is searching for the top man or woman for their project to create a stunning new set of educational attractions.

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Graham takes part in one of his own boot camps.

Shaping Up: If you’ve fallen back in the winter, it’s time to spring forward

If you haven’t met your weight loss or fitness targets over the winter months, don’t beat yourself up about it.

Personal fitness trainer Graham Low in his centre at the Seaham Marina.

Shaping Up: East Coast Workout

Try this workout at home, you don’t need any equipment and you can do it all in your own time.

The rubbish outside Brabourne Street.

Fly tippers get into fine mess after dumping rubbish in South Tyneside

Two people from South Tyneside have been hit in the pocket after ignoring requests to help solve fly-tipping incidents.

Opus Project Manager David Prior on site at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Firm completes upgrade £450,000 work at vital hospital department

A Boldon company has helped complete a vital upgrade to a critical care unit at one of the region’s largest hospitals.

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Amanda White.

North East employment optimism dips in countdown to Brexit

Employment optimism in the North East has fallen slightly as the Government gears up to serve notice the UK is leaving the European Union, says workforce specialist Manpower.

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The incidents both relate to victims who had walked from Fellgate Metro Station.

Woman pulled to ground in bag snatch after being followed by robber

A woman was followed from a Metro station before she was attacked by a thief for her handbag.
How a project is inspiring pupils who ‘may lost their way’

How a project is inspiring pupils who ‘may lost their way’

Children and young people are being given a helping hand to fulfil their potential with the launch of a new social enterprise.

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Do you have the right type of mortgage? Picture: Shutterstock.

Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal

Over 1.1million UK homeowners are sitting on the wrong mortgage deal and wasting over £2,500 every year according to latest research.

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Buckfast Easter egg package

Buckfast Easter egg expected to sell thousands

An off-licence is set to make a fast buck has been flooded with orders for its tonic wine-themed Easter eggs.

Bedlington Magistrates' Court. Image copyright Google Maps.

Man and woman due in court over kidnap of children from outside school

Two people have been charged after two children were taken from outside a school in the west Newcastle earlier this week.
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