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County Durham Businesses Receive £76 million

More than 7,000 grants have been paid to County Durham businesses to help them deal with the effects of the government lockdown To date, The...

The Council Provided These Things This Week

£1.4 million for community and voluntary groups. The Council is giving each of its 14 area action partnerships (AAP) £100,000 for groups who are providing...

County Durham Businesses Get Money – Has Yours?

Over 1,000 County Durham businesses have received grant money to support them during the Coronavirus mess Staff at the Council have worked since receiving government...

Council Funding Success will Help Meet Housing Needs

More than £1.7million in funding has been secured to help meet housing needs in the North East.Durham County Council has been successful in two...

Hopes of Deal in Durham Teaching Assistants’ Dispute

There are hopes that a deal might be struck in the long-running pay dispute between Durham County Council and its teaching assistants.Yesterday the council...

Durham Constituency Labour Party backs Teaching Assistants

The City of Durham Constituency Labour Party (CLP) has voted to support County Durham’s teaching assistants in their dispute with Durham County Council. On...

Durham Teaching Assistants Announce Work to Rule as Council Responds to...

Durham’s teaching assistants were on strike again this week. Walkouts on Wednesday and Thursday saw 23 schools closed completely while around 90 had to...

Durham Teaching Assistants to Strike Again

Unions representing County Durham’s teaching assistants have announced another two days of strike action for next week. The strikes are due to take place...

Council Provides £3.4 Million Home for Local Businesses

A state-of-the-art building designed to attract and support cutting-edge businesses has been officially declared open in Durham City. Salvus House will be the focus...

Parents and Council React to Teaching Assistants’ Strike

This week saw schools closed, or at least operating reduced classes, across County Durham as over 1000 teaching assistants went on strike. TAs from...

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