Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

A daily newspaper and online news service serving the Teesside, Middlesborough, and North East England areas. Provides up-to-the-minute news of politics, sports, crime, business, and entertainment. Sports stories focus in particular on the Middlesborough Football Club.

Articles from November 26, 2004

Aunt's Race Hate Ordeal
Byline: Audrey Forbes A nurse whose nephew disappeared after he was deported says she is being targeted in racial attacks. Theressa Shabangu is living with the heartache of losing Nathi Ngwenya, who was snatched by Home Office officials from...
China Fuel Deal for Tees Firm
Byline: Ian Mcneal A teesside biofuel firm has announced a joint venture to supply fuel to China. D1 Oils plans to supply environmentally friendly fuel across Africa, Asia and India by using vegetable oil, extracted from jatropha trees, blended...
Degrees
Today morning ceremony school of health & social care centre for learning & quality enhancement centre for lifelong learning school of health & social care certificate in nursing studies (GENERAL) Isobel Frances Adams...
Degrees
* also graduating this week were: tuesday, november 23 morning ceremony teesside business school higher national certificate in hospitality management darlington college of TECHNOLOGY Jocelyn Anne Wood HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS...
Fan's Taxi Fall Horror
Byline: Eric Paylor And Will Sutton A Teesside family was today holding a desperate bedside vigil after a travelling Boro fan suffered a blood clot on the brain in a freak accident. Lawrence Heaviside was rushed to hospital in Valencia after...
Golden Oldies
Byline: Sandy Mckenzie Vital research is needed to ensure that a Teesside town is more user-friendly for older people, it was warned today. Senior citizens are a growing band of consumers, making up almost one in six of the population of Middlesbrough....
Help Is a Click Away
Byline: Dave Robson Bullying victims can get help at the click of a mouse. North Yorkshire County Council's education service has launched an anti-bullying website to coincide with a national awareness week. Although the problems of bullying...
Herriot's World - the Prequel
Byline: By Keith Newton Evening Gazette As an author, Jim Wight is a few books and a few million sales behind his father but he is hoping to start catching up. Both were vets under their real names but only one writes under his real name. Jim's...
Home for Lunch
Confession time. I remember the days when dad and the kids made it back home for lunch to tuck into mum's home cooking. Well, it wasn't back in the Dark Ages. Just this week, a spring chicken of a 39-year-old was happily telling me that's what...
Honours for All
Nursing is a family affair for Peter Appleton. His aunt Lorraine and uncle Bryan are nurses, as is his younger brother Stephen. And Peter has continued the tradition by graduating from the University of Teesside with an Advanced Diploma in Nursing...
Hop on Down
Byline: By England skipper Jason Robinson is hoping the Australians endure an horrendous weekend - in both codes of rugby! The Wallabies visit Twickenham tomorrow, where Robinson's resurgent side, fresh from their destruction of south Africa,...
Injuries Take a Hold
Byline: Anthony Vickers Injury-ravaged Billingham Synthonia hope their walking wounded can keep up the title charge. Synners take on Horden in the top flight tomorrow with a patched-up side that will include players well below par. Synners...
Key Men Miss Trip
Byline: Andrew Wilkinson And Adam Steel Midfielder Stephen Thomas, who misses tonight's trip to Cheltenham, may need an operation to overcome an abdominal injury. The 25-year-old, who has been close to a comeback several times before suffering...
Menace ..No More
Byline: Joanne Emmerson A man who admits to being "a blight" on a Teesside estate has been put behind bars for 50 weeks for breaching an ASBO. On four occasions, Craig Conway, 20, of Bruntons Manor Court, Middlesbrough, was seen on a particular...
Now It's Official
Byline: Dave Robson The battle for Redcar's Coatham Enclosure reaches another milestone today with the publication of a key public notice. Today's Gazette includes a notice from Redcar and Cleveland Council formally announcing its plans to use...
Our Say
The grief and anger felt by the family of Lee Hainsworth is easy to understand. This young man was killed in a horrifying accident as he sat in his car on a lay-by. For the family, the last nine months leading up to Kathryn Ann Graham's court appearance,...
Peace on Streets
Byline: Andrew Pain Gangs of youths are no longer terrorising a Teesside estate after intelligence work by police and council. Residents in Town Farm, Middlesbrough, complained of gangs of up to 40 youths throwing bricks and mud at their cars...
Price of Lee's Life: Pounds 200
Byline: Naomi Paylor A Devastated couple today called for tougher sentences on careless drivers after the tragic death of their "perfect son". Margaret and David Hainsworth from Stockton say they are facing a life sentence after their only son...
Pupils Killed by Knifeman
A man with a knife broke into a high school dormitory and killed eight students in the deadliest of a series of knife attacks at Chinese schools in recent months, the government said today. Police were searching for the man following the attack...
Roos' Brett Is One to Watch
Byline: Rugby League Great Britain golden boy Sean Long has named Brett Kimmorley as Australia's dangerman going into tomorrow's Tri-Nations final. The St Helens scrum-half is expected to return to the Great Britain side for the eagerly awaited...
Seeing Red over Green
Byline: Naomi Paylor Plans for an extensive development in a Teesside hamlet have sparked concerns among nearby residents. A public meeting was held in Egglescliffe Village about the application to build 19 detached homes by the green and on...
Spanish Lesson
Byline: Eric Paylor In Spain Steve McCLAREN today promised a positive reaction to Boro's first UEFA Cup setback by stressing: "We will learn from it." Last night's dismal 2-0 defeat in Villarreal was a major disappointment, especially for the...
Strength of Force
Byline: Simon Haworth And Sandy Mckenzie Policing on Teesside faces its biggest ever shake-up, according to Cleveland Police Authority member Alf Illingworth. But Chief Constable Sean Price pledged today that the force was up to the challenge....
Students Earn Day to Remember
Anthony Wood wanted to enrol on a part-time degree course, but realised that shift work as a police sergeant would make it difficult. He found a solution by enrolling on the University of Teesside's Negotiated Learning Scheme. The move has paid...
The Felling of a Giant
Byline: Matthew Pardo Tree surgeons have brought down a dead giant. For more than 150 years, a clump of Sequoiadendron Giganteum trees, commonly known as giant sequoia, have been growing in Normanby. The massive trees are natives of the north...
Theft Blow Adds to Grief
Byline: Andy Passant Devastated Jason Bell today made a heartfelt plea for the return of precious mementos stolen from his home. Sneak thieves have brought back painful memories of his young fiancAe's tragic death. Sarah Knight was only 21...
The Scenes of Tragedy That Drive Traffic Chief
Byline: Simon Howarth Sixteen years ago traffic bobby Eric Robinson made a promise to himself. He vowed one day he would be a traffic inspector and take a lead in reducing the number of people losing their lives on Teesside's roads. Today...
Villareal 2 Boro 0
Byline: Eric Paylor In The El Madrigal Stadium Steve McClaren's decision to leave out his star strike force at the start did Boro no favours as they tasted defeat in Europe for the first time on a noisy evening in Spain. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink...
Wolviston Aiming to Dent Leaders' Chances
Byline: Wearside League Wolviston are looking to tear up the form book as they go to table-topping Darlington RA. The Villagers won last week to arrest a poor run of five games without a win that has seen them slide into the bottom half. Darlington...
Zenden: Match Lost in Midfield
Byline: Eric Paylor Bolo Zenden stressed today that the greater European technical awareness of Spanish side Villarreal proved Boro's undoing. The Dutch midfielder worked hard to try to make things happen for Boro, but admitted that the midfield...
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