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Primary school children from across County Durham have been getting creative in a bid to warn others about road safety. The county’s kids have been...

County Durham’s somewhat beleaguered road network appears to be improving. A forthcoming annual report on Durham County Council’s Transport Asset Management Plan (TAMP) will describe...

Do you know that babies that are breastfed have fewer ear and chest infections, are less likely to develop asthma and eczema, and have...

This week (1st to 7th June) is Volunteers’ Week, which celebrates the huge contribution made to society by volunteers across the UK. Here in County...

With warmer weather – hopefully – approaching, many walkers and cyclists will be preparing to get out and enjoy County Durham’s stunning scenery. The county...

A County Durham man who has completed some incredible runs for charitable causes has been awarded The Chairman’s Medal, the county’s highest honour. Paul Smith’s...

County Durham’s businesses and community groups are being urged to become ‘green giants’ – by supporting an awards scheme that honours those who have...

The vast majority of County Durham children have been given their preferred primary school place. The deadline for applying for primary school places for September...

An event later this month will give County Durham’s budding family historians the chance to delve into the Durham Light Infantry (DLI) archive. The event...

County Durham’s Big Spring Clean has now begun – with volunteers across the county pitching in to tidy up their village, town or neighbourhood. The...

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