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The man died at the Royal Victoria Infirmary this morning after suffering substantial burns in a house fire at Redemarsh, Leam Lane Police received a report from the fire service about the blaze at Redemarsh at 6.35pm yesterday, and the man died at the Royal Victoria Infirmary this morning after suffering substantial burns.
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"While we understand there may be concerns about what happened I'd like to reassure people that extensive inquiries are being carried out to trace those involved," said Ch Insp Jamie Pitt, of North Tyneside Area Command.
A FORMER footballer from South Tyneside is proving that members of his old profession do care about the impact austerity measures are having on ordinary people.
After listening to the views of local people, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has concluded talks with ParkingEye, the company which has provided parking management at its general hospitals in Northumberland and North Tyneside.
Families in Fellgate say they were left in shock after the horror crash on the eastbound carriageway of the A194 Leam Lane in South Tyneside at around 11am yesterday The Chronicle understands that some senior players wanted to know why Hatem Ben Arfa found himself back in the team so quickly following the dressing room bust-up between Pardew and ... (more)
Emergency services were called to the A692 at Marley Hill, in Gateshead at 2:21pm this afternoon after receiving a report of a collision A section of the A692 between Potters Wheel crossroads and Pack Horse cross roads has been closed to allow emergency services to respond and diversions have been put in place.
A post mortem examination has proved inconclusive after Ken and Edna Fisher, 74 and 76, were found at Biddick Villas, Columbia, by a carer An inquest into the deaths of elderly couple Ken and Edna Fisher will open this week as post mortem results prove inconclusive.
Harry Potter, Hagrid and Professor McGonagall were at libraries and council centres across North Tyneside to meet young fans and pose for a few magical snaps Harry Potter, Hagrid and Professor McGonagall were at libraries and council centres across North Tyneside to meet young fans and pose for a few magical snaps.
And dignitaries, residents and users were on hand to officially re-open the new look hall, which had been paid for in part thanks to a A 20,000 grant from SITA UK and nearly A 9,000 from Partners In Community Action, a Newcastle Diocesan fund.
David Ball, who had been a police officer for more than 20 years, has been banned from the roads for 24 months after being stopped after a night out in Hexham Entertainment Editor Gordon Barr chats to The Great British Bake Off's Paul Hollywood, who opens his first live tour in Newcastle later this month Star boyband Union J whipped Newcastle up ... (more)
Newcastle City Council is to spend around A 4m improving the Blue House roundabout, an accident blackspot which had previously missed out on funding for much needed work.
The 'Ban Boredom Bunny', laden with chocolate eggs, will be delivering egg-citing news about Easter activities for children and young people.
All parts will have a dry day with bright or sunny spells and light winds this morning, although cloud will thicken more generally across Northumberland towards evening.
Special roadshows will be calling at the Royal Quays Outlet Centre this week helping shoppers to reduce, reuse and recycle their waste.