Shields Gazette

Swedish DJ Avicii dies aged 28

News

Nissan cuts posts at its Sunderland plant

Business
Film star Bruno and director Hannah.

Meet the schoolgirl filmmaker and her canine camera star

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Husband of South Shields MP suspended by Labour Party pending investigation

News

Vote: Half of drivers think speeding is acceptable - do you agree?

Lifestyle

Low-paid parents skip meals and fall behind on household bills, says new study

News

Plea for businesses to back boxing match

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Margaret Whittington, of the League of Friends, sitting in one of the new chairs, with phlebotomy manager Kin Dailly, centre. and League members and supporters

South Tyneside Hospital ‘Friends’ take the sting out of blood tests

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John Barnes, far right, is presented with a signed South Shields shirt by players Graeme Armstrong and Julio Arca, with friend Tony Ilott, far left. Picture by Kev Wilson.

Australian makes 10,000-mile trip to cheer South Shields FC to promotion

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Rafa Benitez (Pic: Stephen Dobson)

Rafa Benitez responds to questions on the Arsenal job ahead of Newcastle's visit to Everton

Newcastle United
Kenedy

Chelsea's David Luiz reveals why he avidly watches ALL Newcastle games

Newcastle United

Rafa Benitez outlines his Champions League ambitions for Newcastle amid speculation linking him with Arsenal

Newcastle United
Rafa Benitez (Pic: Stephen Dobson)

Newcastle United briefing: Rafa Benitez faces media amid Arsenal speculation, watch Sir Bobby Robson film trailer

Newcastle United

Ellis Short 'actively' trying to sell Sunderland reveals chief executive Martin Bain

Sunderland AFC

Steven Taylor reflects on life after Newcastle proving his fitness over a gruelling League One campaign

Newcastle United

Chris Coleman still in the dark but desperate to be big part of Sunderland’s future

Sunderland AFC

Sunderland youngsters could be offered new deals as Chris Coleman plots huge rebuild

Sunderland AFC
Swedish DJ Avicii. Pic by PA.

Swedish DJ Avicii dies aged 28

News
Carricks in 1955.

More of your memories from shopping in South Shields

Nostalgia
Direct Line Car Insurance research suggests that half of drivers (50%) think it is acceptable to break speed limits. Pic: Rui Vieira/PA Wire.

Vote: Half of drivers think speeding is acceptable - do you agree?

Lifestyle
Canon EOS 200D Digital SLR Camera,

Gadgets: 5 of the best cameras

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