‘Everyone is walking around heavy-hearted’ Community vigil to be held for alleged murder victim Tomasz Oleszak

‘Everyone is walking around heavy-hearted’ Community vigil to be held for alleged murder victim Tomasz Oleszak

A community is set to come together to remember a 14-year-old boy who was allegedly stabbed to death on their doorstep. Tomasz Oleszak was seriously injured in the Aycliffe Crescent area of ​​the Springwell Estate in Gateshead at around 8pm on Monday. He an injury consistent with having been caused by a bladed article, police … Read more

Ambulance delay fears after deaths of two Norfolk women

Ambulance delay fears after deaths of two Norfolk women

Published: 6:00 AM October 6, 2022 updated: 11:38 AM October 6, 2022 The deaths of two women after delays in being transferred between two hospitals just a mile apart have prompted concerns from Norfolk’s senior coroner. The tragedies saw the patients fall ill after undergoing routine operations at Spire Hospital in Colney, requiring them to … Read more

Teesside and Durham universities unite to look for £7bn boost

Teesside University and Durham University are collaborating on an £11million project to accelerate decarbonisation across the region. Researchers from both universities will work on the ambitious four-year project aimed at growing Teesside’s hydrogen economy and supporting the transition to net zero. The project is led by Teesside University and funded with £4.8m from the Research … Read more

Taunton Town draw with Chelmsford and Bath

Another National League South game of defenses ruling the roost led to the Peacock’s third goalless draw of the season. While the point against a City team in fourth spot was commendable, both sides did not deserve any more, with neither doing enough up front to warrant victory in what was frankly a dull contest … Read more

The Singh Twins: Slaves of Fashion opens at Norwich Castle

Published: 3:04 PM October 6, 2022 Internationally acclaimed artists The Singh Twins are the latest to visit Norwich Castle in the gallery’s impressive calendar of shows. Identical twins Amrit Singh and Rabindra Kaur Singh are behind the Liverpool-based single-entity duo, The Singh Twins. Their bright, large-scale works are a narrative of empire and colonialism too … Read more

New Sunderland multi-storey car park approved for site of Sinatra’s and Railway Club

Sunderland City Council’s Planning and Highways Committee on Monday, October 3, gave the green light to plans for a new car park development on Holmeside. The council planning application, which is linked to ongoing regeneration efforts in the area, will see the demolition of the Railway Club and old Sinatra’s bar to enable development. This … Read more