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Man taken to hospital after being stabbed in Newcastle

A man have been taken to hospital with a stab wound after an assault in Newcastle.

A man has been stabbed in the leg outside a pub in Newcastle. Credit: Google maps

It happened just after 7pm this evening. Police were called to a man outside the Mile Castle pub on Grainger Street. He had been stabbed and suffered a leg injury.

We are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Newcastle.

We were called to an incident in Grainger Street, Newcastle at 7.17pm, Tuesday, July 26, following reports of an injured man.

Officers attended and found a man in the street outside the Mile Castle pub had been stabbed and suffered a leg injury.

He has been taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary for treatment. We are investigating and are appealing for witnesses anyone who was in the area and who may have seen or heard anything suspicious is asked to contact us.

– Northumbria Police

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Friend pays tribute to A64 crash victims

Tributes have been paid to four members of the same family who died in a car crash in North Yorkshire.

Joy and Derek Green were travelling in the same car as another couple who had just got married. They were also killed.

They were involved in an accident with a lorry on the A64 between Scarborough and Malton on Friday.

Rachel Bullock has been speaking to friend Roy Buckley:

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£500k cash boost for next phase of York Minster repairs

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York Minster has received £500,000 of new funding from a government sponsored body to help support critically important conservation and repair works.

The Dean of York, the Very Reverend Vivienne Faull has welcomed the grant which is part of a £14.5 million funding package announced by the First World War Centenary Repairs Fund.

Up to 40 cathedrals across England will receive grants from £25,000 to more than £800,000 for essential repairs including roofing, stained-glass and stonework.

The new funding will provide a welcome boost to the next great phase of repair and restoration already underway at York Minster: the 11 bays of the Quire Aisle on the south side of the cathedral.

Cash will also be directed to the repair of stonework in the Lady Chapel, located directly under the Minster’s Great East Window.

"Cathedrals continue to have a vitally important role in the lives of communities across the country. People come for worship, contemplation and sanctuary, to experience the most exquisite architecture and to sense and measure the immense histories of these buildings against our finite existence."

– Vivienne Faull
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