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Cars frozen out by MEGA Motion walk

Frozen Mega Motion

By   1 week ago in Consett News

Pupils were asked to let it go when it came to getting lifts to school and were rewarded by being joined by Anna and Elsa from Frozen, as well as an old favourite, on their walk to Sedgefield Primary. Sophie Glass, 7, won a competition to decide which famous heroes or villains would accompany them […]

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Twelve Scams of Christmas

twelve scams of christmas

By   2 weeks ago in Consett News

Online shoppers are being warned not to fall victim to any of the twelve scams of Christmas. With time running out to get those all-important presents under the tree before the big day, many people will be heading online to snap up some festive bargains. But Durham County Council’s consumer protection team is warning residents […]

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Medomsley Farmers Market 21st December 2014

medomsley farmers market

By   2 weeks ago in Consett News

Medomsley started its Farmers Market in November 2014 and proved to be a massive success, we had over thirty stalls who were all amazed as to how successful the market was. A lot of the stall holders actually sold out half way through the day. The butcher had to re-stock twice. Feedback from buyers and […]

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20mph Speed Limits to be Discussed In County Durham

20mph Speed Limit

By   2 weeks ago in Consett News North East News

Speed limits could be reduced to 20 mph on roads near some County Durham schools if councillors approve the proposal. Members of Durham County Council’s Cabinet will be asked next week to agree a new approach to establishing 20 mph limits and zones. Only two such zones and one limit have been introduced in the […]

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Derwentside Mind 30th Anniversary

Derwentside Mind Staff

By   2 weeks ago in Consett News

  Recently Derwentside Mind celebrated it’s 30 years anniversary. To mark the occasion they held an Open Day. Staff and volunteers were on hand to answer any questions and provide information on the services offered by the charity. ‘Consett Writers’ who meet each Thursday at Derwentside Mind performed extracts from their work throughout the day while other activities […]

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Rotary Club of Consett Community Service Award 2014

Rotary Club

By   2 weeks ago in Consett News

          Nigel Cook, aged 44 is the Managing Director of Eldiss Transport in Consett, Co. Durham. He has been an active trustee of Willow Burn Hospice since January 2009 and his company began supporting Willow Burn in July 2007 with their trucking4willowburn project which now plays an active part in raising […]

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2014 ROYAL BRITISH LEGION POPPY APPEAL PROVES A HUGE LOCAL SUCCESS

Some of the many ways of donating to the Royal British Legion

By   3 weeks ago in Consett News

The 2014 Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal has taken on an entire new aspect this year with Remembrance Day also being used to mark the Commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. The Royal British Legion was set up in 1921 to support the families and […]

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Christmas in the Park

By   3 weeks ago in Consett News Entertainment

Wednesday 3rd December 2014 between 3pm and 6pm in Blackhill and Consett Park – in partnership with Friends of The Park and Leisureworks A special ‘Christmas in the Park’ carol singing and Christmas lights switch on event will be taking place down in the Park on Wednesday 3rd December between 3pm and 6pm. There will […]

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DLI Museum and Durham Art Gallery Free on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day

DLI Museum

By   4 days ago in Entertainment

Forth those looking for a family outing on Boxing Day or New Year’s Day why not head down to the DLI Museum or Durham Art Gallery. The DLI Museum is one of the North East’s finest military history museums. It details the story of the most famous County Regiments in the British Army. More importantly, it tells […]

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Gala Theatre Offers Family Panto Deal – “Oh Yes They Have!”

Aladdin Gala Theatre

By   2 weeks ago in Entertainment

Gala Theatre is offering families a great deal this panto season. Oh yes they have! The Durham City venue has a special last minute offer on tickets for the matinee performance of Aladdin on Tuesday, 16 December. A family ticket for four people, including at least one child under 16-years-old, is available at the reduced […]

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Tiger Bills Consett are 1 year old this year!

Tiger Bills Thai Food 1st Birthday

By   3 weeks ago in Entertainment

Tiger Bills Consett are 1 year old this year! Last night marked the one year anniversary of the birth of Tiger Bills restaurant in our hometown of Consett. The celebrations were held at the venue itself with a good mix of entertainment, great food and sparkling champagne.               The […]

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Christmas in the Park

By   3 weeks ago in Consett News Entertainment

Wednesday 3rd December 2014 between 3pm and 6pm in Blackhill and Consett Park – in partnership with Friends of The Park and Leisureworks A special ‘Christmas in the Park’ carol singing and Christmas lights switch on event will be taking place down in the Park on Wednesday 3rd December between 3pm and 6pm. There will […]

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ACTOR ALUN ARMSTRONG RETURNS TO HIS ROOTS

Alun Armstrong meets his fans.

By   3 months ago in Entertainment

One of the country’s foremost television and film actors returned to the town of his birth to be honoured by the local council and have a theatre named after him. Alun Armstrong, who made his debut in 1971’s classic Get Carter, has an impressive list of big screen credits including A Bridge Too Far, Krull, […]

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Hollywood is Bracing Itself for Interconnection and Longform Vision

Marvel, Lucafilm and Disney are heralding in a new age of inclusive entertainment where story sub-plots will be shared between films and TV spin-offs. Along with other multi-media platforms.
This has already commenced with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (TV) and movies involving Thor and Captain America.

By   4 months ago in Entertainment

2015 promises to be a year of major upheaval in the way films are written and produced if the current plans of some the major studios are anything to go by. Leading the way in a new interconnecting and multi-media experience revolution are Disney who, along with their independent subsidiaries, Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm Limited, […]

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Shotley Bridge Cricket Club Beer Festival Back Again

Shotley Bridge Beer Festival 2

By   4 months ago in Entertainment

New Sponsor for Cricket Club Beer Festival  The Pulman Group is putting its weight behind a village cricket clubs beer festival. The family owned business representing Volkswagen, SKODA and SEAT in the north east was delighted to sponsor the event. When Shotley Bridge Cricket Club decided to hold its first beer festival in 2008 it […]

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A Scorching Summer Weekend of Old Style Soccer and Aerial Acrobatics

Old style football returns to Beamish as the Museum celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Northern League

By   5 months ago in Entertainment

We’ve been spoilt with some excellent weather this summer and as temperatures have soared higher and higher throughout June and July, it would be the final Saturday of the later that would prove to be the hottest weekend of all. Not only did the region enjoy the hottest Saturday of the year, so far, on […]

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Police Called Amid Fear of Violence on Black Friday

lack Friday Scenes in the US

By   3 weeks ago in Lifestyle

What is Black Friday? Black Friday is a tradition which is quite new for most people here in the UK. What is Black Friday? Whilst a huge event across the US as a post Thanksgiving mega sale has been a yearly event for a long time with the first use of the term going as […]

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EVEN RETAILERS HAVE A SOFT SIDE FOR SUPPORTING NATIONAL CHARITIES

By   2 months ago in Lifestyle

Charities, whether large or small, local or national, have very limited places in which to exhibit their work publically. However, supermarkets are now becoming more involved in supporting such charities and the Stanley branch of ASDA is fast becoming a leading supporter and location where charities can get pubic exposure. Even though ASDA has been […]

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Charitable Causes That Begin at Home in the North East

Even Geordie Police Officers are no match for the Stormtroopers of the Empire.

By   4 months ago in Lifestyle

Since I first picked up a camera in 1985, I have had the privilege of meeting a number of amazing people from all walks of life. Some famous, others not so and the remainder are just regular people who have been doing things for others all of their lives and have made the lives of […]

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Stanley Fun Day is a Further Success for Children in Need Group

Even Sumo Wrestlers need to rest during Stanley's Children In Need Family Fun Day

By   4 months ago in Lifestyle

The Stanley Family Fun Day, the second of three fundraising events by the Stanley’s Children In Need Group and held at the South Moor Sports and Community Club in Quaking Houses on August 9th, was a tremendous success and offered something for all tastes and ages. The group, founded by local teenager Lewis Christie and other […]

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Smoking Increases The Risk Of Suicide?

Smoking Increases The Risk Of Suicide

By   5 months ago in Lifestyle

As we all know, cigarettes naturally shorten smokers lives. However a new study from researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis has shown that smoking increases the risk of suicide. It tells us that smoking is more likely to trigger psychiatric disorders in people, and as a result increases the chance of […]

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Living By Yourself At A Young Age – Pros And Cons

Living By Yourself At A Young Age

By   5 months ago in Consett News Lifestyle

Living By Yourself At A Young Age – Pros And Cons I’ve often wondered what it’s like living by yourself at a young age, and what will happen when I move out of my parents house and live independently. Will I regret it? Will I be able to cope? I’m getting to that age where […]

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MORE DURHAM TRAVELLERS ARE BECOMING CAPITAL ADVENTURERS

London offers the visitor so many events and on a regular basis.

By   5 months ago in Lifestyle

The summer is well underway and one of the most popular domestic destinations with visitors from Durham is London. The capital, with its gleaming spires and spectacular events, attracts several hundreds of thousands of visitors from the North East every year. From trips to see stage shows in the heart of West End Theatre-land and […]

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Inappropriate Media Influencing Children?

Lady Gaga

By   5 months ago in Lifestyle

Twerking, troublemakers and terrible tales It has been acknowledged that the media today represents the very things we don’t want to see youngsters doing, and is therefore seen as inappropriate media. Although we don’t want to accept the half naked women and troublesome characters that are shown on our screens, it doesn’t make this obstacle […]

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Consett or Berry Edge in Brief

Peeps at Consett

By   3 weeks ago in History

For years there has been a constant argument among many people about the original name of Consett. From most local history books it was stated that the original name of the town was actually Berry Edge and that it only later became known as Consett. An initial letter sent to a Newcastle paper in the […]

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Wheels of Fortune

By   3 weeks ago in History

When the Consett Steelworks closed in Sept 1980 the Sunday Times covered the story with the headline “Consett –   The steel town that died“ and The Specials  ska band had a hit single with the song Ghost Town and  an accompanying video that seemed all too prophetic. As in the aftermath of the passing of […]

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Crookhall, the Village the Maps Forgot

By   2 months ago in History

It was the winter of 1934 and the residence of  Crookhall decided it was time to make a stand. For more than 50 years the village had been booming and now could boast a population of more than 1000 residents. Unfortunately they were totally isolated having no road access whatsoever. They were literally “off the […]

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The Collapse of Building Seven – 9/11

Twin Towers

By   5 months ago in History Science & Technology World

The Collapse of Building Seven Building seven was a 47 storey tower, which collapsed just seven hours after the twin towers, however this building was not hit by a plane. How exactly did this tower collapse? The investigators of the National Institute of Standard and Technology, located near Washington DC, said fires on several different […]

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Tales of Victorian Steam, Georgian Entertainment and Beamish

FOS-04-SMALL

By   6 months ago in History

It has been a hectic few weeks at the popular Beamish Museum as it’s been both full steam ahead for one of the region’s largest steam events of the year and, added to that, visitors have also experienced the thrills of a Georgian Fair. The Great North Steam Fair, which recently rolled into the grounds […]

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An End To The (Pub) Crawl

The Brit Pub

By   7 months ago in History

  There are very few things in an old industrial town like Consett which stir the memories quite like the stories of the old Pubs and I was always fascinated by them. Every time one of the old guys would reminisce you could see their face light up. Within minutes, every one in ear shot […]

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Trooping the Colour – The Pride of the North East

trooping the colour

By   7 months ago in History

 Whilst the Trooping The Colour ceremony in London is considered a capital-centric occasion, the North East of the country is always strongly represented throughout the regiments that are involved in every aspect of the ceremony. None more so, though, than the Coldstream Guards who, traditionally, are the regiment that recruits in the North East region […]

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100 Years of War are Remembered

Remembering War - Dad's Army

By   8 months ago in History

It’s one-hundred years ago this year that this country entered into the so-called “war to end all wars”, better known as the First World War. To commemorate one of the most important events in world history, there are a number of events taking place across the United Kingdom and, especially, the North East of England. […]

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It’s Party Time

By   3 weeks ago in Business

It’s the festive season and the works Christmas party is just around the corner. Everyone is looking forward to letting their hair down and having a good time. Just be careful though that you don’t do something which you may later regret. A works party is still a work function and inappropriate behavior could get […]

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EVEN RETAILERS HAVE A SOFT SIDE FOR SUPPORTING NATIONAL CHARITIES

Simon and George from the Consett and District Branch of the Royal British Legion are joined by ASDA Management team Marsha and Anne.

By   2 months ago in Business

Many consumers tend not to realise some of the extensive community work that our local supermarkets are involved with, including both local and national charities that, especially now, need all the help they can get. One such supermarket is the Stanley branch of ASDA who, not only do this on a regular basis, but also […]

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Consett Factory Jobs at KP Snacks Under Threat

Consett Factory Jobs under Threat in 2015

By   3 months ago in Business

It is already news that everyone in Consett is well aware of, the possible (but somewhat likely) closure of the KP Snacks factory on the Number One Industrial Estate. Consett factory jobs could go as early as 2015. A 45 day consultation is underway. History of Snacks in Consett The Consett based operation started life as Phileas […]

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Hitachi Facility to Attract Business Park

hitachi facility

By   6 months ago in Business North East News

Plans are in motion to construct a new business park alongside the new Hitachi facility in Newton Aycliffe. This is just part of the plans laid out after the announcement that Durham County Council were successful in their bid to receive funding to further develop/begin several sites in the County Durham area, including in Newton […]

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The Realities of Flexible Working Requests

Flexible Working Time

By   6 months ago in Business

The Realities of Flexible Working Requests—by Rob Grinter, Mark David HR Ltd   There has been much media hype about the problems that extending the right to request flexible working will cause for employers. I don’t believe that this will be the case for most employers who have become accustomed to such requests from employees […]

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The Copy Shop at Firefly New Media

Consett Copy Shop

By   6 months ago in Business

Consett media company Firefly New Media have branched out to provide a variety of printing products which almost anyone could take advantage of. Usually dealing in commercial printing for business, this new range of products can help out anyone in a pinch needing the use of a printer. Image the scene; it’s the day before […]

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Mortgage Loans Cap Aims to Stabilise Housing Market

Mor

By   6 months ago in Business

The UK housing market is set to take a major turn in the upcoming months. A plan put forth by the Bank of England aims to put a cap on residential mortgage loans based on income and the ability to continue payments into the future. Governor Mark Carney said that the housing market is becoming […]

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Short term Loans Lender Punished

Short Term Loans Lender Wonga in hot water

By   6 months ago in Business

The short term loans lender Wonga has landed themselves in hot water recently over unethical practice concerning the collection of debts owed to the company. By creating fake debt collector and solicitor letters and sending them to people with outstanding payments, the payday lender was unlawfully putting pressure on their clients to pay. This has […]

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The Collapse of Building Seven – 9/11

Twin Towers

By   5 months ago in History Science & Technology World

The Collapse of Building Seven Building seven was a 47 storey tower, which collapsed just seven hours after the twin towers, however this building was not hit by a plane. How exactly did this tower collapse? The investigators of the National Institute of Standard and Technology, located near Washington DC, said fires on several different […]

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Can Technology Read Your Mind? Google Glass Says Yes

Google Glass

By   5 months ago in Science & Technology

Can technology read your mind? A new app by This Place called MindRDR pairs with Google Glass with a device that can detect brain waves. The app MindRDR is free to download, however to use it a pair of Google Glass are needed, as well as the Neurosky Mindwave Mobile EEG headset, a brainwave detection […]

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The Monsters In Your Garden

Bee Monster in your garden

By   6 months ago in Science & Technology

As winter’s icy grip weakens, giving in to spring’s inevitable arrival, monsters begin to awaken…some hatch, some crawl out of the ground while others emerge from that rotten tree stump you’ve not got round to moving…one thing’s for sure…they’re coming! I am of course talking about the multitude of insects that occupy our surroundings – […]

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Windows 9 Could be Seen in 2014

windows 9

By   6 months ago in Science & Technology

Microsoft’s Windows 9 could have a preview ready for release as early as Q3 of 2014. The next possible operating system from Microsoft has so far only been known by one codename, ‘Threshold’. Reports now indicate that a preview of threshold (AKA Windows 9) could be ready for press testing and previews as early as Q3 […]

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Google’s First Social Media Platform to Meet its End

Orkut Logo Social Media

By   6 months ago in Science & Technology

Orkut, the very first foray into social media by global web giant, Google, will be closing its doors to the public permanently later this year. The social media platform which has been going strong for 10 years this year is finally taking the long walk as Google has announced that they wish to focus on […]

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NASA ‘Flying Saucer’ Technology Test

flying saucer

By   6 months ago in Science & Technology

NASA’s very own flying saucer lands in a test of technology to visit Mars. After a successful launch high into Earth’s atmosphere by balloon, the flying saucer made a splash into the Pacific Ocean to complete a series of tests of technology that is hoped will be used to ultimately land something on Mars. This […]

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Online News Overtakes Traditional Print News

online news consumption

By   6 months ago in Science & Technology

A recent Ofcom survey has found online news to now overtaken newspapers and print media for the first time ever. Ofcom’s news consumption in the United Kingdom report found that 41 percent of people in the UK consume news online while only 40 percent use newspapers. Much of these findings are down to the younger […]

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Graphene First Exports from Consett

Graphene

By   6 months ago in Science & Technology

Graphene is the latest ‘wonder material’ which seems to have endless possibilities in a variety of industries and even for personal use. Graphene has only recently become the centre of attention thanks to a high profile announcement that this fantastically exciting material can be made incredibly easily with items that everyone probably has at home right […]

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The Tyne-Wear Derby Preview – Newcastle v Sunderland

tyne-wear derby

By   6 days ago in Sport

One of the best derbies in English football is fast approaching and this is my preview to how both teams are performing in the build up to the Tyne and Wear derby. Newcastle’s last home game ended with a memorable 2-1 win against table topping Chelsea after super sub Pappis Cisse got a brace to […]

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FOUR DAYS ON THE TYNE-CELEBRATING THE GREAT NORTH RUN

TYNE BRIDGE AND BLUE LOGO close

By   3 months ago in Sport

This year’s Great North Run entered the record books for numerous reasons. The most important being the 1,000,000 runner to cross the finishing line in South Shields. We’ll return to her success after looking at the weekend of celebrations as a whole. The weekend began with the Millionth Opening Celebration on the Newcastle and Gateshead […]

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From Football To Music And Fayres. It’s All Bank Holiday Fun In Stanley

The trophies and medals that were up for grabs at the Simba Charity Football Tournament

By   4 months ago in Sport

Stanley is rapidly becoming a leader where local charity and community events are concerned. This was more than obvious over the August Bank Holiday weekend as there were no fewer than fourteen major events that took place over the three day period. There was something for everyone and catering for all tastes. However, one of […]

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The Stewart Weightman Cup

By   4 months ago in Sport

The Annual Cricket Day will return to Shotley Bridge Cricket Club on Sunday August 24th starting at 12 noon. This event is organised by The Rotary club of Consett and Derwentside Round Table. Held in memory of Stewart Weightman who was a member of Rotary and Round Table it has, since 2007, raised money for WillowBurn Hospice. […]

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World Cup Final Kick Off Time – Argentina v Germany

World Cup Final Kick Off Time

By   5 months ago in Consett News Sport

What is the World Cup Final Kick Off Time? The World Cup Final Between Argentina and Germany Kicks off at 8:00pm here in the United Kingdom. The final is highly anticipated with Germany coming off one of the most impressive games in recent World Cup history. Brazil floundered to a 7-1 defeat at home while Germany […]

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World Cup Preview – Who Will Win Tonight?

World Cup Final Kick Off Time

By   6 months ago in Sport

HOLLAND V ARGENTINA ( WORLD CUP PREVIEW ) Semi Final Game Kicks off at 9:00pm GMT TIME World Cup Preview – Tonight see’s the last of the semi final of the world cup between Argentina and Holland, on paper these two sides look very hard to separate. The winner would play Germany on Sunday and […]

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Predictions for the 2014/15 premier league season

premier league

By   6 months ago in Sport

My Predictions for the 2014/15 premier league season   Arsenal I don’t think Arsenal will get champions league football this season, they have got good players at the club, but teams like Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Man United are spending money and improving their squads. Arsenal need a striker and have been linked with […]

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Siem De Jong becomes Newcastle’s third summer signing

siem de jong

By   6 months ago in Sport

Newcastle United have made their third summer signing… Newcastle United have completed the signing of Ajax captain Siem de Jong. The 25-year-old Dutch international attacking midfielder has moved to Tyneside for an undisclosed fee, signing a six-year deal at St. James’ Park. De Jong, who can also operate as a striker, came through the youth system […]

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The Tyne-Wear Derby Preview – Newcastle v Sunderland

tyne-wear derby

By   6 days ago in Sport

One of the best derbies in English football is fast approaching and this is my preview to how both teams are performing in the build up to the Tyne and Wear derby. Newcastle’s last home game ended with a memorable 2-1 win against table topping Chelsea after super sub Pappis Cisse got a brace to […]

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FOUR DAYS ON THE TYNE-CELEBRATING THE GREAT NORTH RUN

TYNE BRIDGE AND BLUE LOGO close

By   3 months ago in Sport

This year’s Great North Run entered the record books for numerous reasons. The most important being the 1,000,000 runner to cross the finishing line in South Shields. We’ll return to her success after looking at the weekend of celebrations as a whole. The weekend began with the Millionth Opening Celebration on the Newcastle and Gateshead […]

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From Football To Music And Fayres. It’s All Bank Holiday Fun In Stanley

The trophies and medals that were up for grabs at the Simba Charity Football Tournament

By   4 months ago in Sport

Stanley is rapidly becoming a leader where local charity and community events are concerned. This was more than obvious over the August Bank Holiday weekend as there were no fewer than fourteen major events that took place over the three day period. There was something for everyone and catering for all tastes. However, one of […]

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The Stewart Weightman Cup

By   4 months ago in Sport

The Annual Cricket Day will return to Shotley Bridge Cricket Club on Sunday August 24th starting at 12 noon. This event is organised by The Rotary club of Consett and Derwentside Round Table. Held in memory of Stewart Weightman who was a member of Rotary and Round Table it has, since 2007, raised money for WillowBurn Hospice. […]

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World Cup Final Kick Off Time – Argentina v Germany

World Cup Final Kick Off Time

By   5 months ago in Consett News Sport

What is the World Cup Final Kick Off Time? The World Cup Final Between Argentina and Germany Kicks off at 8:00pm here in the United Kingdom. The final is highly anticipated with Germany coming off one of the most impressive games in recent World Cup history. Brazil floundered to a 7-1 defeat at home while Germany […]

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World Cup Preview – Who Will Win Tonight?

World Cup Final Kick Off Time

By   6 months ago in Sport

HOLLAND V ARGENTINA ( WORLD CUP PREVIEW ) Semi Final Game Kicks off at 9:00pm GMT TIME World Cup Preview – Tonight see’s the last of the semi final of the world cup between Argentina and Holland, on paper these two sides look very hard to separate. The winner would play Germany on Sunday and […]

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Predictions for the 2014/15 premier league season

premier league

By   6 months ago in Sport

My Predictions for the 2014/15 premier league season   Arsenal I don’t think Arsenal will get champions league football this season, they have got good players at the club, but teams like Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Man United are spending money and improving their squads. Arsenal need a striker and have been linked with […]

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Siem De Jong becomes Newcastle’s third summer signing

siem de jong

By   6 months ago in Sport

Newcastle United have made their third summer signing… Newcastle United have completed the signing of Ajax captain Siem de Jong. The 25-year-old Dutch international attacking midfielder has moved to Tyneside for an undisclosed fee, signing a six-year deal at St. James’ Park. De Jong, who can also operate as a striker, came through the youth system […]

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