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Lincoln Durham, "Exodus of the Deemed Unrighteous" (Droog)

Lives Remembered: Brian Dobson, Archaeologist and noted authority on Hadrian’s Wall

Hadrian's Wall is not an easy monument to interpret. Its very size suggests that its sole purpose was defence, but study of the archaeological remains leads to a more subtle view in which frontier control and the mobility of the Roman army in the whole of the frontier zone played a part.

£4.5bn deal for new Greater Western Main Line express trains announced

A much-delayed deal for new intercity express trains was finally announced by the Government today, with the £4.5 billion contract helping to create 900 new jobs.

Boy, seven, dies after falling off steam engine

A seven-year-old boy died after falling from the trailer of a steam-powered traction engine at an open-air social history museum in County Durham yesterday.

A brilliant 83 from Jason Roy, pictured, off only 78 balls, with five sixes, confirmed that Surrey's cavalier spirit is not dead

Notts stay in hot pursuit of leaders

Nottinghamshire 328 Surrey 252-6 (Match drawn)

Phil Wilson: Big Society? My party has a prior claim

We must not let the Tories hijack what should be ours

Recall over flawed smear tests

About 1,000 women have been called back to a North East surgery amid concerns that smear tests taken over the past 24 years were botched, health officials said today.

'Inappropriate' judge reprimanded after a member of staff claimed he touched her inappropriately

A district judge has been reprimanded after a member of staff claimed he touched her inappropriately and made a lewd comment, the Office for Judicial Complaints said today.

Police Taser man who stabbed dog to death and then turned on officers

A 63-year-old man was shot with a Taser and arrested yesterday after he stabbed his dog to death then threatened officers with the weapon.

Man trampled by cows in Durham is 'stable'

A hiker who suffered life-threatening injuries when he was trampled by cows is in a "stable" condition today, his rescuers have confirmed.

Hiker trampled by cows in Durham is critical

A hiker is critically ill after he was trampled by cows today.

Tearoom tantrums as women are thrown out in national anthem snub

When you sit down to dine at at tearoom containing items from one of the largest collections of Royal memorabilia in the world, you probably shouldn't be surprised to be asked to stand for the national anthem. However three disgruntled customers did just that and fell foul of the proprietor.

£100 payout to police 'torture' victim

Two members of police staff who twisted and grabbed the arms of a man in custody to make him answer questions have been ordered to pay him £100 in compensation.

Body of missing boy, 8, discovered

Police have confirmed that a body found in a river is that of missing schoolboy Ian Bell.

Man charged over £2m raid on museum

A man has been charged in connection with a raid on a university museum where Chinese artefacts worth more than £2m were stolen.

Still no sign of eight-year-old boy after river plunge, hopes 'fading'

Police scouring a swollen river for a missing eight-year-old boy said hopes of finding him alive were "fading" as the operation stretched into a fourth day.

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