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Teesside's Paul Drinkhall has earned his second Semi-Final spot in a matter of hours after progressing in the Table Tennis Men's Doubles.
The 24-year-old, from Loftus, and his partner Liam Pitchford overcame Nigeria 3-2 in the Quarter-Finals. It came less an hour after Drinkhall and his wife Joanna qualified for the Semi-Finals of the Mixed Doubles event.
However, Northallerton's Daniel Reed is out of the Men's Doubles after he and Sam Walker were beaten 3-1 by India in the Quarter-Finals.
The families of school children who were on-board two buses which crashed head-on in County Durham are taking legal action as they seek to find out exactly what went wrong.
28 children and two bus drivers were taken to hospital after the crash on June 3. The pupils, aged 11-18, were from St Bede's Catholic School, Lanchester, and Tanfield School.
Lawyers at Irwin Mitchell, which has an office in Newcastle, have so far been instructed to represent 15 children injured in the crash in Stanley when a double-decker and a single-decker bus collided.
Police are appealing for help to find a missing teenager in Sunderland.
14-year-old Claudia Fernandes, who is originally from Portugal, is staying with family in the Grindon area.
She left her home at around 3pm yesterday and her family have not heard from her since.
Claudia is around five feet four, of medium build and has brown eyes. She is believed to be wearing bright blue leggings, a black jacket and black and pink Vans trainers.
She doesn't speak very good English, and officers are carrying out enquiries to try to find her.
Northallerton's Daniel Reed has progressed into the Semi-Finals of the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles.
The 24-year-old, from Northallerton, and his partner Kelly Sibley overcome India 3-2 in the Quarter-Finals.
The Mixed Doubles Semi-Finals gets underway on Friday.
Teesside's Paul Drinkhall and his wife Joanna have beaten number ones seeds Singapore in the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles quarter finals in Glasgow.
The couple won 3-1 at the Scotstoun Sports Campus to go through to the semi finals tomorrow.
Squadron Leader Mike Gallagher from RAF Benson is leading the exercise.
He says the three week course helps equip some of the country's best helicopter pilots with advanced skills in warfare.