"Flu vaccines are crucial. been burgled and his collection of pocket watches stolen.The pocket watches are believed to have been taken to a second hand/pawn shop in Stockton town centre and were sold for £2.99 each.Officers are appealing to locate the watches and return them to the man.The Women's Championship gets under way on the weekend of 5-6 September, with relegated Liverpool welcoming Durham.
the incident is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101.The Great North Air Ambulance is hoping its new faster helicopter will help it save more lives.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Local rivers and streams continue to run fast. Matthew Kelly; ... Stockton group backs sand plan but wants more detail on funding. "A picture of the moors of Weardale and a frenetic photograph of feeding goldfinches have won a photography competition aimed at promoting and protecting the uplands of County Durham.More than 50 entries were submitted to the Views of Weardale competition run by Living Uplands.Ian Turner's image of Bollibroke was named the best landscape image, while Hamish Paterson's frenetic picture of goldfinches at Thornley won the wildlife category.Tracey Laing's picture of pregnant ewes was runner up in the landscape category while Gwynneth Heeley's image of a black-headed gull at Low Barns Nature Reserve was second in wildlife.A "dangerous" cannabis farm in Stockton could have put other houses in the street at risk, police have said..Following a tip-off, officers attended an address on Bowesfield Lane on Wednesday and found more than 870 plans, with an estimated value of up to £750,000.A 33-year-old man was on suspicion of production of class B drugs.Sgt Jon Sproson described it as a dangerous set up, where the hazardous wiring and electricity could have put others at risk.
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The investigation is at an advanced stage and we do not wish to comment further until this matter is concluded".Former gymnasts at the Spennymoor club say children as young as seven were bullied, fat-shamed and put in fear of their coaches.Tinkler says she's been contacted by girls who've told her of similar stories and others who are scared to talk about it.In a statement British Gymnastics says the investigation phase is now complete and it has moved to the next stage of procedures.
"He urged the council to show a bit more common sense given the global effects of lockdown.“The council needs to look at the end product not the beginning,” he added.County cricket returns on Saturday with the start of the Bob Willis Trophy - a new competition for the shortened season.A haul of drugs, weapons and substantial amount of cash were uncovered during a raid on a property in Stockton.Officers made the discovery at an address in Durham Road on Thursday morning.A 35-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and was released under investigation.More jobs are expected to be created by the chemicals giant Ineos as it launches a new global healthcare business producing hand sanitisers for the public.It had already set up the specialist manufacturing plant at its site in Newton Aycliffe at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, producing millions of bottles for the NHS.The company has announced that Ineos Hygienics will produce hospital-grade products such as hand sanister, sprays and wipes, which will go on general sale.As well as its site in County Durham, it will operate plants in Germany, France and the US, where five million bottles of hand sanister are being produced every month.
Durham Police ultimately said they would not take "retrospective action" despite finding the adviser may have made a "minor breach" of lockdown laws.However, the couple have since put in a Subject Access Request in order to determine exactly how their complaint was followed up, the Daily Mirror and The Guardian said.A spokeswoman for the IOPC said: "In accordance with the police complaints procedure, we have forwarded a complaint to Durham Constabulary.
Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances. Coroner’s Office on 01642 729350.Officers are checking about 1,300 gardens as they hunt for clues over Natalie Jenkins' disappearance.A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences in Stockton.It follows the stop and search of a moped rider on Prince Regent Street in Stockton on Monday afternoon, when an amount of class A drugs were recovered.This led to a search of a property in Thornaby where a further amount of drugs were seized.The action was part of Cleveland Police’s Operation Phoenix; a summer long operation to improve public service, prioritise vulnerability, tackle serious violence and prevent crime.Our officers are acting on the main concerns raised to us by our communities and we will continue to crack down on drugs activity and bring people to justice for their suspected crimes. Significant heat impacts are expected for the general public, especially for those sensitive to the heat, including pets and livestock. Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust.It was the work of the North East Maskateers - a local group of volunteers committed to providing Overnight lows in the 70s to 80s. She also worked at Dameron Hospital in Stockton. promoted Aston Villa.A couple who claimed they witnessed government advisor Dominic Cummings in Durham on another occasion during lockdown have filed an official complaint to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) about Durham Police's inquiry into their allegations, it is reported.Dave and Clare Edwards reported to police in May that they had seen Mr Cummings while out walking in Houghall Woods near Durham on 19 April - the weekend after he had returned to work.Mr Cummings has denied making a second trip, insisting photos and data on his phone disprove the allegations.