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 March 3, 2010

Academy Give a Lesson in Cue Play; TEESSIDE BOYS BILLIARDS & SNOOKER LEAGUE
Byline: Smithfield Timber HARTLEPOOL Coaching Academy B remain top of the league after scoring a maximum 14-0 win at home to North Ormesby Institute A. Ben Wanley, Liam Clark and Keith Kinnersley all won both games, with Wanley making breaks of...
Acknowledgements
An acknowledgement notice is designed for you to thank relatives and friends for their kindness shown during your bereavement. You may also wish to mention hospitals, medical staff, nursing homes, religious leaders, charitable trusts and funeral directors....
A Family Toy Story
A family toy story THE family behind a Teesside toy-selling tradition spanning nearly 80 years has created one of the largest online retailers of its kind in the world. Toys Direct has gone from strength to strength since it was founded by husband...
Ambitious Alicia's One Step Closer to Modelling Dream
Byline: CHRIS HOLE AN ASPIRING model will be strutting her stuff against Britain's top talent after making it to the national final of a world beauty pageant. Alicia Farah, from Hemlington, has fought off 500 hopefuls to earn a place on the catwalk...
Best Yet to Come Insists New Boy
Byline: ADAM STEEL ROY O'DONOVAN believes it will not be long before he hits top gear for Hartlepool. The Irish striker played his second successive 90 minutes for Pools at Millwall after signing on loan until the end of the season from Sunderland....
Boro Sunk after 60s Cardiff Clash
Byline: ERIC PAYLOR BORO are building up to their defining game of the season at Cardiff City on Saturday. It's the biggest Boro clash for ages. But the biggest-ever game against the Bluebirds in South Wales? Yer jokin' aren't yeh? That title...
Boulby Is Gritting Its Teeth
on our operations." RAMPING UP production of gritting salt to keep Britain's roads moving will cost Boulby's Cleveland Potash mines dear, management revealed. However it covered less than 10% of its operating costs. Potash is the most expensive...
Bruce Is Backing Catt to Hit Back; FOOTBALL
SUNDERLAND boss Steve Bruce is backing influential midfielder Lee Cattermole to rediscover his best form just when his side needs it most. The 21-year-old was a tower of strength during the opening weeks of the campaign and he and fellow new arrival...
Catt Wins Bruce's Backing; FOOTBALL
SUNDERLAND boss Steve Bruce is backing influential midfielder Lee Cattermole to rediscover his best form just when his side needs it most. The 21-year-old was a tower of strength during the opening weeks of the campaign and he and fellow new arrival...
Course Offer for Managers
FREE training and coaching is being offered to managers and supervisors facing redundancy to help them prepare for new careers and a brighter future. The University of Sunderland Business School recently won funding from One North East for the scheme...
Crucial Scalp for Mohawks; BASKETBALL
TEES VALLEY MOHAWKS took a giant step in their battle to avoid the drop after beating London Leopards 96-91 in a see-saw contest at Teesside University Mohawks tamed the big cats in the first half and enjoyed a commanding 56-41 lead at the break. ...
Deaths
BODEN Janice (Nee Gill) Peacefully at home on Monday, March 1, surrounded by her loving family, Janice, devoted wife of Peter, loving and caring mother of Mark, Andrew and Richard, also much loved and dearly remembered always by Rebecca, Sam and Holly,...
Deaths
OGLE Luke If love could have saved you, You would have been here forever. Love, Aileen, Ronnie, Michelle, Sean, Jamie and Kelsie xxxxxxxxx. OGLE Luke Luke, never forgotten. Love, Aunty Lorraine, Uncle Kenny and family. xxxxxxxxxx OGLE Luke Michael...
DON'T WALK ON BY! Just One of the Calls from Town's New Citizen Charter
Byline: SANDY McKENZIE A CITIZENS' Code aimed at improving the quality of life for people in Middlesbrough was being unveiled today by the borough's Mayor Ray Mallon. It aims at highlighting the positive side of life in Middlesbrough as well...
EOIN FIRED US UP; Skipper's Tribute to Ton-Up Ace Morgan: CRICKET
ALASTAIR Cook delivered a first series win as England's one-day captain, then thanked Eoin Morgan's cool head for making it happen. Morgan produced a phenomenal knock of 110 not out to see England home by two wickets from a tricky position at the...
Eseej Mentality
Byline: NAOMI MATTHEW LOVEABLE rogue Eseej can get back on the straight and narrow at Southwell. Whether he has been misunderstood or simply unfortunate over the years, few could argue that Peter Hiatt's five-year-old should have won more races....
Eseej Mentality; RACING PREVIEW
Byline: NAOMI MATTHEW LOVEABLE rogue Eseej can get back on the straight and narrow at Southwell. Whether he has been misunderstood or simply unfortunate over the years, few could argue that Peter Hiatt's five-year-old should have won more races....
HAPPY LANDINGS; Iris Flies to Our Pets' Aid: Iris Is Cleaning Up with a New Career
Byline: BECKY LEWIS A REDCAR flight attendant has discarded her wings and trolley to start a new business as a mobile dog groomer. Iris Atkins, 47 of Redcar Lane, took the leap of faith in a tough economic climate in an attempt to spruce up the...
HORROR SMASH; Two Badly Hurt, Two Flee as Car Flips Several Times: Two Hurt as Stolen Car Flips
Byline: SARAH JUDD A HORROR smash involving a stolen car on the A66 left two people in hospital, while two other men fled the scene. The accident, on the eastbound carriageway of the A66, occurred at 8.15pm last night as the stolen Vauxhaull Corsa...
I COULD HAVE BEEN KILLED; Dad Tells of Terror as Brick Hit Windscreen
Byline: SARAH JUDD A TEESSIDE dad and his partner had a lucky escape after a vandal threw a brick at their moving car from a bridge over the A19. Paul Rhoden, 43, has spoken of his outrage after shattered glass from his windscreen injured his...
I'm Talking Up Ingleby Barwick
Byline: JOHN SUTTON INGLEBY Barwick is home to more than 16,000 Teessiders and one of the area's vital organs. Housed there is the backbone of our society - hardworking families determined to enjoy life and secure a bright future for their children....
In Memory of Jordan; Football Match Is Fitting Tribute
Byline: ERIC PAYLOR A YOUNG Boro fan is to be remembered by a memorial football match. Jordan Harker, 19, from Coulby Newham, died on December 11, after an accident in Durham. He had been living in the city and studying at Durham University...
It's Vital We Win
Byline: PHILIP TALLENTIRE A WIN at Cardiff will be "huge" for Boro's play-off hopes, insists Barry Robson. Saturday's game at the Cardiff City Stadium is assuming massive proportions, with both sides desperate to take all three points. Having...
Jurors Hear of Attack on Mum
A CONTROLLING lover drove his terrified, battered girlfriend out to the woods saying he would kill her after a horrific beating, a court heard. Bloodied Lee Mark Evans threatened young babysitters, "It's time to go. Tell the police or your mum, you'll...
Just like Consett; Your Say
HAVING followed the steel trail to Teesside from Consett in 1980 as an apprentice, I understand the anxieties and concerns of those affected by the mothballing of the furnace. Just as at Consett the community will be devastated by the impact and...
LOAN & CREDIT CARD SCANDAL! Payment Protection Insurance -Is This the Biggest "Bank Robbery" in History?
"Are you one of the millions of victims in the country?" Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) policies are designed to cover the cost of loan or credit card repayments in the event that you are off sick from work or become unemployed. However, Renaissance...
Making Up Is So Hard to Do Fellas
Byline: Dave Robson GO on, admit it - you cringed first, then you laughed. All that was missing from Wayne Bridge's refusal to shake John Terry's hand was a childish "na na na na-na" and a thumbed nose. Quality. I wanted the little mascot to...
Man Denies Rape of Girl; Court Told of Sex with 12-Year-Old
Byline: LINDSEY MUSSETT A MAN has gone on trial accused of the rape of a 12-year-old girl and of sexual activity with three other girls under 16. A jury at Teesside Crown Court heard that the youngsters stayed overnight at the Redcar home of...
Man Is Locked Up for Attack; Drug User Threw a Rock at Policeman
Byline: CHRIS HOLE A THORNABY man who threw a rock at a police officer, before throttling him and grabbing his privates, has been jailed. Gary Wright, 28, attacked Detective Constable Christopher Turner after he was pursued while riding what...
Model Avoids Assault Charge
SUPERMODEL Naomi Campbell looked to have avoided facing another assault charge today after being accused of hitting her driver in New York. The catwalk legend's chauffeur prompted a police probe after claiming the 39-year-old hit him from the back...
Move Was Key for Killen; World Cup Boost for Kiwi Star
Byline: ERIC PAYLOR KIWI striker Chris Killen bids to win his 30th cap tonight on a high after resurrecting his career at the Boro. The 28-year-old has stepped up from Celtic reserves to play regular football for Gordon Strachan's men, and reckons...
MPs Divided on Action to Save Corus
FACE-TO-FACE talks have taken place in London between the Government department at the centre of the Corus crisis on Teesside and a group of North-east investors. The venture capitalists are thought to be one of three groups actively pursuing a...
MUM CAUGHT OUT BY TEXTS; Drug Dealing Exploits Uncovered on Phone
Byline: GARETH LIGHTFOOT A STUDENT mum whose Apple iPhone lay bare her history of cocaine dealing wept in the dock as she was jailed for two-and-a-half years. Drug-bust detectives unearthed a gold mine of incriminating evidence inside the high-tech...
Our Say
THE only disappointing thing about Mayor Ray Mallon's citizens' code is that it is needed in the first place. It is a poor reflection on the way some elements of society have moved that it is felt necessary to remind people to, say, look out for...
Our Story Covers 1,000 Years ...in 84 Feet; Timeline Is Modern 'Bayeux'
Byline: MIKE MORGAN TALENTED pupils and staff at Saltburn's Huntcliff School have made a magnificent version of 1,000 years of local and national history! The impressive Huntcliff Timeline is a highly detailed and colourful painted collage measuring...
PILOT SUCCESS; Sarah's Law Rolled out across UK History of Child Sexual Offending,
Byline: CHRIS HOLE A CONTROVERSIAL scheme allowing parents to check on suspected sex offenders will be extended following a trial on Teesside, it was announced today. Cleveland Police have also revealed that of 42 official applications made under...
PILOT SUCCESS; Sarah's Law Rolled out across UK the Child. the Child No Longer Has
Byline: CHRIS HOLE A CONTROVERSIAL scheme allowing parents to check on suspected sex offenders will be extended following a trial on Teesside, it was announced today. Cleveland Police have also revealed that of 42 official applications made under...
Settled Strike Force Is Settled Strike Force Is Biggest Headache Biggest Headache
GORDON Strachan still has to find a settled and effective attack before Boro can be considered genuine play off contenders. Hopes are still high that Scott McDonald and one other -Chris Killen, Leroy Lita, Jeremie Aliadiere or Lee Miller -can yet...
Should Have Listened to Contractor
THANK you for highlighting the issue of the very dangerous road/traffic situation in Orchard Road (Calls Over Traffic Trouble, News, 24.02.10). I sincerely hope this will contribute to lives being saved, but I should like certain elements of the...
Show Us the Way
Byline: JEZ DAVISON By JEZ DAVISON jez.davison@eveninggazette.co.uk A HARTLEPOOL electronics maker that announced higher-than-expected profits today has urged policymakers to provide a "clear roadmap" for UK manufacturing. Stadium Group welcomed...
Skipper's Tribute to Ton-Up Morgan; CRICKET
ALASTAIR Cook delivered a first series win as England's one-day captain, then thanked Eoin Morgan's cool head for making it happen. Morgan produced a phenomenal knock of 110 not out to see England home by two wickets from a tricky position at the...
STEEL FIRM HIT WITH Pounds 5K FINE; Safety Breaches Led to Worker's Injury
Byline: KAREN FAUGHEY STEEL company Corus has been fined pounds 5,000 after breaches in health and safety led to a worker badly injuring his leg. David Harrison, an experienced team leader at the rolling mill in Skinningrove, was attempting to...
Survival Hopes Are Fading Fast
Byline: ANDREW WILKINSON ON the evidence of last night's sorry 3-1 defeat to Port Vale at The Arena, Darlington''s fight to stay in the Football League is all but over. It is not in the nature of either the players or manager Steve Staunton to...
Suspended Jail Term for Man, 20, Who Fractured Teenager's Jaw
A TEENAGER was left with a broken jaw and three missing teeth after being attacked during a night out on Teesside, a court heard. Christopher Harding, 20, thumped Adam Jones in the face after his girlfriend had contacted him in the early hours telling...
TAX RISE IS DECIDED; Agreement Reached on 2.5% Increase for Council Bills
Byline: SANDY McKENZIE A 2.5% increase in Redcar and Cleveland Council's charge on council tax bills has been agreed by the authority. Councillor Peter Scott, the council's Cabinet member for resources, says the authority's spending plans for...
Taylor Flies for Angels; ATHLETICS
TEESSIDER Jonathan Taylor was the stand-out performer for the Newcastle Angels during the second and final match in this year's McCain City Challenge. The Morpeth Harrier - who finished first in the opening match of the season in Sheffield - produced...
The Magic of Books
Encourage your children to love books from an early age. SARAH DALE gives her tips ahead of World Book Day tomorrow. CUTE bookworm George Harris devours books with his mum, Mel. The toddler, who turns two this month, has been read to since he...
Warmth at Last! Church Revamp Hots Up
Byline: MIKE BLACKBURN THE congregation at Stockton Parish Church has received a warm welcome for the first time in three years - thanks to a brand new heating system. The pounds 110,000 heating system is part of ongoing improvements and repairs...
We Must Stick Together, Warns Gerrard
STEVEN Gerrard believes it is crucial the England squad are united this summer to have any chance of World Cup glory. Gerrard stressed the need to retain "togetherness and team spirit" in the wake of recent allegations concerning the likes of axed...
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