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Middlesbrough school netball team set Guinness World Record after smashing 1,000 goals in one hour

Trinity Catholic College's after school netball team smashed the current record by over 200 goals A Middlesbrough school netball team have become Guinness World Record holders. Members of Trinity Catholic College's after school netball team rose to the occasion of cracking a previous record for most goals scored by a netball team in an hour - which stood at 740.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  7 hours ago 0
Middlesbrough school netball team set Guinness World Record after smashing 1,000 goals in one hour

Abusive fare dodger on Hartlepool-Sunderland train faces hefty court bill

An abusive passenger who dodged a £10 rail fare is now hundreds of pounds out of pocket. John Boyle was caught travelling on a Grand Central service between Hartlepool and Sunderland railway stations without a valid ticket. Magistrates were told how he also used threatening or abusive words or behaviour to another man during the journey.

hartlepoolmail.co.uk ,  7 hours ago 0
Abusive fare dodger on Hartlepool-Sunderland train faces hefty court bill

From supporters returning to a magic FA Cup run - the highlights of Middlesbrough's season

We take a look back at some of the highlights of Middlesbrough's season While Middlesbrough's season ultimately ended in disappointment, there were plenty of positives to take from it. Boro would ultimately finish seventh in the table and miss out on the Championship play-offs but progress was certainly made over the course of the season.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  8 hours ago 0
From supporters returning to a magic FA Cup run - the highlights of Middlesbrough's season

'Virtual reality' headsets being used to train up hospital trust's nurses

Virtual reality headsets and state-of-the-art immersive simulation suites are two aspects of a pilot scheme running at Middlesbrough's James Cook University Hospital Trainee nurses at Middlesbrough’s James Cook University Hospital are using virtual reality headsets as part of an innovative teaching approach to their training. A pilot scheme, partly funded by Health Education England, has also provided the use of state-of-the-art “immersive” simulation suites in which practical tasks and exercises can be carried out.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  8 hours ago 1
'Virtual reality' headsets being used to train up hospital trust's nurses

Catering at James Cook University Hospital slapped with one star food hygiene rating

Council officials say major improvements are needed but Serco says the concerns 'did not relate to hot food served to patients' Health officials have voiced their disappointment after catering services at James Cook University Hospital were given a paltry one-star hygiene rating. Inspectors found “major improvements” were needed at the Marton Road site after visiting in April - with shortcomings found in how food safety was managed, and the cleanliness of facilities.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  9 hours ago 0
Catering at James Cook University Hospital slapped with one star food hygiene rating

Victim suffered 'severe bruising' and head injury after assault outside central Middlesbrough bank

The 48-year-old victim was reportedly punched in the face outside Halifax on Linthorpe Road Police have launched an appeal after a man was hospitalised after an assault in central Middlesbrough. The incident occurred on Saturday May 7 at around 9.50pm, outside the Halifax bank on Linthorpe Road. A male suspect approached the 48-year-old male victim, punching him in the face and causing him to fall to the ground.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  9 hours ago 10
Victim suffered 'severe bruising' and head injury after assault outside central Middlesbrough bank

Big-name fashion chain shuts its Teesside Park store for good

Customers had been asking if the store was having a revamp, after hoardings appeared Fashion chain Superdry has closed its Teesside Park store for good. Customers had been asking if the popular clothing store was undergoing a refurbishment, after it shut the doors and hoardings appeared across several stores on the same stretch.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  12 hours ago 4
Big-name fashion chain shuts its Teesside Park store for good

What is the latest news with Lee Gregory’s situation at Sheffield Wednesday as transfer interest mounts?

Sheffield Wednesday are licking their wounds following play-off heartbreak against Sunderland last week. Darren Moore’s side were pipped to a place at Wembley by the Black Cats and now they are facing up to another year in League One. That third-tier status naturally means that some of their players will be on the radar of those above them in the food chain this summer.

footballleagueworld.co.uk ,  13 hours ago 0
What is the latest news with Lee Gregory’s situation at Sheffield Wednesday as transfer interest mounts?

I was quoted £3k to transform my boring bathroom into a chic grey space but did it myself and it saved me thousands

RENOVATING a bathroom is a messy, time-consuming and expensive job, one that can end up costing thousands. However this wasn’t the case for Kelly Burton, 36, a customer service associate from Middlesbrough. Rather than forking out a small fortune to get professionals to revamp the bathroom for her.

thesun.co.uk ,  15 hours ago 6
I was quoted £3k to transform my boring bathroom into a chic grey space but did it myself and it saved me thousands

Exeter City remain hopeful Jonathan Grounds will sign new contract

Negotiations remain ongoing with experienced defender with Matt Taylor keen to keep him at St James Park Exeter City manager Matt Taylor remains hopeful that experienced defender Jonathan Grounds will stay at St James Park for next season. The 34-year-old arrived in Devon last summer on a one-year deal, featuring 22 times and scoring three goals in his debut season.

devonlive.com ,  15 hours ago 2
Exeter City remain hopeful Jonathan Grounds will sign new contract

Man thought he'd slept through tsunami after 35ft boat appeared outside office

Phillip Tye drove into work as usual but nothing could have prepared him for his unusual fly-tipping discovery - a 35ft boat parked on a verge of grass A businessman joked he thought he'd slept through a tsunami after a 35ft boat appeared outside his workplace. Phillip Tye drove into work on Monday as usual but nothing could have prepared him for his unusual fly-tipping discovery.

mirror.co.uk ,  15 hours ago 1
Man thought he'd slept through tsunami after 35ft boat appeared outside office

4 Middlesbrough transfer matters that Chris Wilder will have to deal with very soon

Middlesbrough may have fallen short of the Championship play-offs in 2021/22 but there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful for the Riverside outfit. They’ll be keen to launch another promotion push next term, in what will be Chris Wilder’s first full season at the helm, and a strong summer will be key to their hopes of success.

footballleagueworld.co.uk ,  16 hours ago 1
4 Middlesbrough transfer matters that Chris Wilder will have to deal with very soon

“I don’t think it would be the right move” – Middlesbrough fan pundit reacts as Boro eye Sheffield Wednesday transfer

This article is part of Football League World’s ‘Terrace Talk’ series, which provides personal opinions from our FLW Fan Pundits regarding the latest breaking news, teams, players, managers, potential signings and more… Middlesbrough are considering a move for Sheffield Wednesday striker Lee Gregory according to the Daily Mail.

footballleagueworld.co.uk ,  16 hours ago 1
“I don’t think it would be the right move” – Middlesbrough fan pundit reacts as Boro eye Sheffield Wednesday transfer

Stewart Downing believes Djed Spence is better suited to two Premier League clubs over Arsenal

Middlesbrough will look to cash in on Djed Spence this summer Stewart Downing says Djed Spence has the attributes to play in the Premier League, but believes he would be better suited to teams such as Tottenham and Brentford rather than Arsenal. The trio are among numerous clubs said to be taking a keen interest in the defender this summer following a successful loan spell at Nottingham Forest.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  19 hours ago 9
Stewart Downing believes Djed Spence is better suited to two Premier League clubs over Arsenal

Sunny spells continue across Teesside as temperatures set to peak at 22°C

The sunny weather follows Monday's thunderstorms and yellow weather warning The sunny weather is expected to continue on Teesside. After a miserable start to the week with heavy rain and a yellow weather warning, Teessiders basked in the sun on Tuesday as temperatures reached 21 °C. On Wednesday, sunny spells are predicted to continue, with The Met Office forecasting a dry and warm day with gentle winds.

gazettelive.co.uk ,  19 hours ago 2
Sunny spells continue across Teesside as temperatures set to peak at 22°C

I thought I’d slept through a tsunami when BOAT washed up outside my office – it blew my mind

A BOAT that was dumped outside an office left workers' minds blown — and some thought it had washed up from sea. Phillip Tye was shocked to see that fly-tippers had dumped a 35ft boat on an industrial estate where he works this week. Councils often find sofas, fridges and bags of rubbish thrown out in the streets.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  1 day ago 1
I thought I’d slept through a tsunami when BOAT washed up outside my office – it blew my mind

Opinion: Middlesbrough would be taking a risk with transfer move for reported target

It feels like there can be no denying that Middlesbrough need to recruit some extra attacking firepower during the summer transfer window. Despite their seventh place finish in the Championship this season, ‘Boro lacked a prolific goalscorer throughout the 2021/22 campaign, midfielder Matt Crooks finishing the season as their top scorer with ten league goals.

footballleagueworld.co.uk ,  1 day ago 0
Opinion: Middlesbrough would be taking a risk with transfer move for reported target