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May 24, 2018 7:11 PM Emery appointment in keeping with Arsenal tradition

More insight on new Arsenal manager Unai Emery from the Daily Mirror’s John Cross, who tweets: “It does feel like a departure for Arsenal. In new stadium with new manager with no club connection. Different times for a club based upon and proud of its tradition and history.” Do Arsenal always recruit from the Both Room, then, or pick an old player to manage 4

May 23, 2018 11:30 AM Who Is Holly Hagan? Everything You Need To Know About The Geordie Shore Star

Holly Hagan made her name on MTV's Geordie Shore when she joined the original cast in 2011. The star, who also appeared on E4's Five Star Hotel, left Geordie Shore in season 13 however returned for the show's 17th series in 2018 - joining Sophie Kasaei, Chloe Ferry, Nathan Henry, Sam Gowland and more new castmates in Australia. Take a look at the video 33

May 18, 2018 1:07 PM Seriously injured cyclist returns to scene of crash

A YORK mountain biking enthusiast has returned to the scene of a serious crash to complete one of local cycling’s great challenges. Ivan Astbury, 55, of Bishopthorpe, was seriously injured last year while competing in the annual Hamsterley Beast event. He decided to lay his demons to rest by completing the 20-mile course, raising £2,000 for charity in the process 20

April 29, 2018 10:32 PM Jonny Howson ready to use Championship play-off experience to lead Middlesbrough to Premier League

The last time Jonny Howson played in the play-offs, he helped break Middlesbrough hearts as part of the Norwich side that beat Aitor Karanka's team at Wembley. Howson, 29, returns to the play-off picture this time in a Middlesbrough shirt. 'Since I've been here, quite a few people have mentioned that game,' said Howson, who swapped Carrow Road for the Riverside 9

February 20, 2018 6:58 AM Ofsted warns secondary schools to stop suspending poorly performing students after some were found to have unusually high exclusion rates

Ofsted has warned secondary schools to stop suspending poorly-performing students so that they can boost league table performance. The education watchdog has found some schools have unusually high exclusion rates - particularly in the North East and Yorkshire. Pupils should only be suspended from school for extreme behaviour such as violence, threats 13

February 4, 2018 4:20 AM Proud father Simon Thomas watches as his son Ethan walks out as a mascot in Norwich two months after the death of his wife

Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas lifted his spirits on Saturday as his son was cheered by Norwich City supporters when he came onto the pitch as a mascot. The broadcaster, whose wife Gemma died of leukemia at the age of 40 in November, took his son Ethan to see the Canaries play Middlesbrough on Saturday. Ethan, eight, was pictured walking onto the pitch 18

January 28, 2018 9:57 AM Northern cafes compete over most disgusting sounding breakfast

LOCAL cafes in the North of England are competing over who has the most revolting sounding breakfast. Every cafe north of Birmingham is taking part, with the winner receiving as many pigs’ trotters as they can fit in their car. Bill McKay, a cafe owner from Hull, said: “You can come in and just order a normal breakfast, that’s fine. “But if you’re a lorry 10

January 28, 2018 1:01 AM Stoke launch £14m move to sign Galatasaray's Badou Ndiaye with midfielder left out of Saturday's game against Osmanlispor amid interest

Stoke City have made a £14million bid for Galatasaray midfielder Badou Ndiaye. The Senegal international was left out of Saturday's game against Osmanlispor after pleading with the club management to let him leave amid interest from Stoke and other clubs. A Galatasaray statement read: 'Badou Ndiaye has received offers from clubs overseas. Ndiaye is rated 23

January 20, 2018 1:34 AM More than life, death and pies: Fight to save Hartlepool United

Hartlepool United is on the brink of administration and the difficulties the club is facing are keenly felt in the town. After a troubled few years Hartlepool United is on the brink of administration with debts of £1.8m and immediate bills of £200,000. Fans of the North East club organised a sell-out for the Saturday home game against Wrexham alongside 11

January 4, 2018 3:30 PM Tony Pulis appoints two new faces to Middlesbrough backroom staff

New boss Tony Pulis has named former West Brom duo Dave Kemp and Jonathan Gould to his matchday mix Tony Pulis has started to build his backroom by appointing two of his long time lieutenants to the Boro staff. The new boss has today named Dave Kemp as his assistant and Jonathan Gould as goalkeeping coach. Jonathan Woodgate , who stepped up from the Academy 12