Tuesday, February 25, 2020



Hitachi’s new cutting-edge factory in Newton Aycliffe has now manufactured its first trains. The £82 million plant, which became operational in September 2015, unveiled...

With the heavy snows and extreme wintery weather finally slackening off, County Durham is rapidly getting back to normal.  Almost all the roads that were...

A popular County Durham food festival is set to return next year. The Bishop Auckland Food Festival will take place on Saturday 13th and Sunday...

Durham County Council is to offer its teaching assistants a ‘final deal’ in a bid to end a long-running dispute over new contracts. The...

The planning is done, the training is over, the big day for Team GB Para Olympians has arrived. The 2016 Para Olympic Games starts with...

The residents of County Durham are being asked to vote for Hardwick Park to help it clinch a prestigious prize.  Hardwick Park, a country park...

Trees will be planted as part of the Forestry Commission’s Urban Tree Challenge Fund (UTCF), after the Council bagged almost £500,000 for ready to...

More than 500 chocolate Easter eggs have been generously donated to help County Durham families in need. The Durham County Council project has involved staff...

Hundreds of people from County Durham have helped create an artwork that celebrates the area’s mining heritage. The artwork is a replica lead mining tub,...

Having to talk to robots when you ring up the tax office, the increasing number of self-service tills in shops – have you ever...

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