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 June 21, 2016

50 Years for Seven Thugs Who Took Shane's Life; 24-Year-Old Died from Injuries after Savage Mob Attack
Byline: Gareth Lightfoot Title in here name@trinitymirror.com SEVEN teenage boys are behind bars for more than 50 years for the killing of Shane Tunney in a savage "mob attack". Two teenagers were given life sentences for the murder of the car...
All Aboard. as National Champ Footie Girls Show off Silverware
Byline: Lucy Tyreman news@gazettemedia.co.uk THE champions are back on home turf - and feeling on top of the world! The St Edward's RC Primary School girls' football team got to celebrate their national tournament triumph with an opentop bus...
Back to School for a Birthday Meal in Head's Office
A RETIRED teacher who taught Middlesbrough pupils for 40 years went back to school for a special celebration. Donald Robson spent his entire 40-year teaching career at Acklam Hall in Middlesbrough. He returned to the old Grade I listed school...
Cancer Shock Knifeman Is Spared Jail; He Found out His Mum Had Been Diagnosed on His Day in Court
A KNIFEMAN was spared jail just hours after his mother was given a cancer shock. Mark Robson, 29, from Middlesbrough, and his mother received the diagnosis at her GP's surgery on his way to court. Robson, whose criminal record was described by...
Decision Time for Country
AFTER months of argument, our country decides its future this Thursday. Ultimately the decision is a simple one: What kind of country are we to be? European leaders, the Commonwealth, our greatest ally the USA and all our friends across the world...
England through but Are Made to Toil by Slovakia; Euro 2016
ENGLAND rang the changes and paid the price as a goalless draw with Slovakia saw them miss out on top spot in Group B at Euro 2016. A point ensured Roy Hodgson's side will make the last 16 but Wales' victory over Russia means they should now face...
Ex-Undercover Officer Simon Passes on Skills
Byline: Naomi Corrigan Reporter naomi.corrigan@trinitymirror.com A FORMER undercover cop who worked on covert operations around the world has launched his own firm. Simon Corbett started his career as a police constable working for Durham Constabulary....
Family Tells of 'Devastation' over Death of Teenager
Byline: James Cain Reporter james.cain@trinitymirror.com THE grieving family of Thornaby teenager Lucy Pinder say they are "devastated" by her loss after her death in a horror road smash. The 19-year-old died in a single-car accident last Thursday...
Girls' Rugby and the Bugsy Show
Byline: Mike Brown Reporter mike.brown@trinitymirror.com For nearly 40 years, thousands of Stockton teenagers passed through Blakeston School. Before its closure in 2010, when the school merged with the Norton School to create North Shore Academy,...
Holly's Top Tips for New Mums; FORMER CELEBRITY MUM OF THE YEAR HOLLY WILLOUGHBY TALKS ABOUT HOW SHE'S SHARING THE BENEFIT OF HER EXPERIENCE RAISING THREE CHILDREN WITH OTHER MUMS IN HER NEW BOOK
Byline: HOLLY WILLOUGHBY AS a mum of three young children, Holly Willoughby has experienced all the joys, frustrations and tears that come with being a busy working mother. And while the TV presenter doesn't claim to be a trained childcare expert,...
Home 'Not Safeguarding Residents against Abuse' Quality Commission Rates 90-Bed Care Service as Inadequate
Byline: David Huntley Reporter david.huntley@trinitymirror.com A CARE home that failed to protect its residents from abuse has been put into special measures. Wellburn House in Fairfield, Stockton was rated "inadequate" by the Care Quality Commission...
'Hot Hatches' Race Led to Driver's Death Court Told
A RACE at speeds of up to 124mph between two strangers in hot hatches on the A1 ended with one of them being killed, a court heard. Ryan Charlton was driving a Honda Civic Type R when he ended up on the same section of the motorway as Mohammed Abdul-Wahid,...
I'M SUPER EXCITED! Reality of Club's Return to Premier League Is Sinking in for Big Ben I Can't Wait for Season to Start - Ben
Byline: Philip Tallentire Boro editor philip.tallentire@trinitymirror.com BEN Gibson is "super excited" about the coming Premier League campaign. The Boro defender admits the reality of winning promotion is sinking in following the publication...
It Will Be a Culture Shock but the Fans Can Rise to the Challenge and Make the Riverside Rock
Byline: THE GAZETTE TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2016 Like us on Facebook facebook.com/TeessideGazette The Big Picture with Anthony Vickers THE GAZETTE TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 2016 Follow us on Twitter @EveningGazette The Big Picture with Anthony Vickers AITOR Karanka...
Karanka: Next Season Will Be a Learning Curve, but We Have High Expectations
Byline: Dominic Shaw Sports writer dominic.shaw@trinitymirror.com AITOR Karanka says he would be happy with a 17th place finish in Boro's first season back in the Premier League. And the head coach has offered an insight into his thinking as...
Murderers Had a Total of 132 Offences on Their Record
THE murder or manslaughter of Shane Tunney was not the only crime for which some of his killers were sentenced. Other acts of violence drove two victims from their homes, Teesside Crown Court heard. Most shockingly, Kearan Terry Davis, 18, had...
My Three-Year-Old Has Gone Totally Bonkers for Crazy Golf
Byline: jane costello MALL children can be extraordinarily singleminded. s If they decide something is to their liking, they don't just want to do it once. They want to do it again and again, until you can't imagine how they can possibly glean...
No Rift with Pedro Says Spain's Head Coach
SPAIN head coach Vicente del Bosque sees no reason to reprimand winger Pedro following his complaints at having to sit on the bench. The Chelsea forward has played less than 10 minutes so far in the tournament, his only appearance being as a late...
Only Custodial Sentences Justifiable, but Uncertainty over Some of Killers' Roles
A JUDGE said uncertainty over teenagers' roles in the attack on Shane Tunney meant they might receive lesser sentences than they deserve for the killing. Mr Justice Andrew Smith said no sentence other than custody was justifiable for the boys' parts...
Our Region Such a Great Place to Live and Work!
AS one of the region's biggest employers, we provide a wide range of exciting job opportunities across our hospitals and community services. Our recruitment team is always promoting South Tees as a fantastic place to work - we were named as one...
Patterson Makes Durham Struggle; COUNTY CRICKET
CAREER-BEST bowling by Steve Patterson allowed Yorkshire to dominate the opening day of their Specsavers County Championship match against Durham at Chester-le-Street. Admirably shouldering the burden of carrying a depleted attack, he took six for...
Poppy Pedal Power. 283 Miles in 24 Hours!
Byline: Dave Robson Senior Reporter dave.robson@trinitymirror.com WHEN Andy McLeod laid a poppy wreath at the Redcar war memorial, it was a moment of pride - and relief. For not only did it help mark the start of the town's Armed Forces Week...
Saying Goodbye Was Chance to Meet Up
Byline: LINDSAY BRUCE The chaotic life of a working mum IT has definitely been a week of mixed emotions. It began with a quest to work as many hours as possible so we could visit London for our friend's funeral without taking any actual time...
Sentences for Shane's Killers 'Not Long Enough'
Byline: Mike Brown Senior Reporter mike.brown@trinitymirror.com SHANE Tunney's devastated family believe the sentences handed out to his killers "were not long enough". Shane's friend Anthony Kirk, who was also attacked by the seven teenagers...
'This Is My Home Town and I Don't Want to Be Closed Away'
Byline: Sarah Dale Reporter sarah.dale@trinitymirror.com "MIDDLESBROUGH is my home town and I don't want to be closed away - I can't be bodyguarded all the time." These are the words of Teesside MP Andy McDonald as the safety of our representatives...
Village Abattoir's Owner Goes into Administration
Byline: Dave Robson Senior Reporter dave.robson@trinitymirror.com THE business running a controversial East Cleveland abattoir which villagers want shut down has gone into administration. A notice in the London Gazette confirms the appointment...
Welsh Wonders Crush Russia with Spirited Performance
WALES brushed aside Russia 3-0 in Toulouse to win Group B and reach the last 16 of Euro 2016. England's goalless draw with Slovakia opened the door for Wales to take top spot and they barged right through it with first-half goals from Aaron Ramsey...
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| Youngsters had a blooming good time at Ready, Steady, Grow! at Castlegate Shopping Centre. Above is James Saint and right is Rosie O'Donnell taking part in the fun DAVE CHARNLEY | Autism charity Daisy Chain volunteers celebrating National Volunteer...
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