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Middlesbrough held on for most of the match despite going down to ten men early on, but eventually lost 2-1 to Derby.
Boro's Curtis Main was sent off for his second yellow card after just 33 minutes and Chris Martin headed in a goal just before the break. Dean Whitehead made it 1-1 in the second half, but Conor Sammon put Derby ahead and the game ended 2-1.
Sunderland put up a good fight, but were eventually beaten 4-3 at home to Chelsea, leaving the Black Cats at the very bottom of the Premier League table.
Jozy Altidore scored his first league goal to put the Black Cats ahead, before Frank Lampard made it 1-1 with a header from close range.
Eden Hazard then showed his quality with two goals, first curling the ball in from 20 yards. John O'Shea levelled things up before Hazard struck again. Phil Bardsley turned the ball into his own net, making it 4-2, before he managed to score at the right end a few minutes later.
Newcastle United have ended their four-game winning streak with a 3-0 defeat at Swansea.
Kieron Dyer scored the first goal at the Liberty Stadium just before the break, but it was John Jo Shelvey who proved tricky in the second half. He was responsible for the second goal (although it bounced in off Debuchy) and then curled in the third from 25 yards.
Two young women from North Yorkshire, who both had babies in their teens, are helping other young mothers overcome what they say is prejudice and isolation.
One is a single mother living in a rural village. The other is an army wife whose husband is in Afghanistan. They've enlisted the help of youth organisation Fixers to encourage mums to talk to each other and find support.
An inquest has heard that prison officers were warned that Raoul Moat was planning his shooting spree on the day he was released from jail. However, it was told that the warning was left on a desk overnight.
The hearing is looking into the death of Chris Brown, who was gunned down by Raoul Moat in July 2010. Julia Barthram has been at Newcastle Crown court.
A couple of months ago it was announced that hundreds of jobs would be lost in Northallerton. Almost 500 jobs will go as a result of the closure of the local prison as well as the Rural Payments Agency.
This has left many concerned that families will struggle this Christmas and into the New Year. However, the community has decided to fight back. Local people are trying to help those who will lose their jobs to find other work. Frances Read has the story.
The sister of former paratrooper Nick Dunn has said the family "absolutely need him home for Christmas". Nick Dunn, from Ashington, has been accused of illegally possessing weapons and is being held by the Indian authorities.
Lisa Dunn was with her and Nick's mother, Margaret, when she spoke to our Correspondent Gregg Easteal.
Hundreds of people turned out for the funeral of Matthew Hayes. See Kenny Toal's full report here.