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Sunderland boxer Warren Baister suffered defeat in the Men's Heavy (91kg) Quarter-Finals at the Commonwealth Games.
The 28-year-old lost 2-1 to Canada's Samir El-Mais.
Northallerton's Daniel Reed has progressed into the Third Round of the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles at the Commonwealth Games.
The 24-year-old and his partner Kelly Sibley beat Mauritius 3-0 in their Second Round match.
59 people put their lives and the lives of innocent road users at risk during the recent summer drink and drug drive campaign.
Despite repeated warnings, 6% of 980 people breathalysed across the Cleveland and Durham force areas were positive, refused or failed to provide during June.
This year’s campaign coincided with the World Cup tournament, when some fixtures were being shown late at night due to the time difference.
Officers placed an extra focus on those drivers out in their cars the morning after a number of matches. Of 344 people breathalysed between 6am and 11am, five of these were positive, refused of failed to provide, equating to 1.5%.
– Chief Inspector Alison Jackson, Head of the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit
“When compared to last year’s summer campaign, we have seen the number of people getting behind the wheel under the influence of alcohol increase.
"It is unacceptable that 59 people selfishly decided to risk their own lives, as well as the lives of their passengers and other innocent road users.
"We continuously repeat our warnings throughout the whole year and it is disappointing to see the numbers increase.
"Those that are found to be driving under the influence of drink or drugs will be dealt with robustly and can fully expect to be put before the courts.
"We will continue with these operations in order to make our roads as safe as we possibly can.”
Teesside's Paul Drinkhall is through to the Third Round of the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles.
The 24-year-old, from Loftus, and his wife Joanna Drinkhall beat the Seychelles 3-1 in their Second Round match.
Harrogate man, Wayne Porter, who was wanted for recall to prison, has been arrested in the town, and returned to jail.
Police have thanked the media and public for their help in locating him.
Stockton's Karina Le Fevre has qualified for the Third Round of the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles.
The 21-year-old and her partner Sam Walker beat Barbados 3-0 in their Second Round match.
The RSPCA has described the alleged killing of a deer with a crowbar by Durham Police firearms as "terrible".
In a statement, the animal rights group said: "This sounds like a terrible incident and we await the conclusion of the police investigation."
This sounds like a terrible incident and we await the conclusion of the police investigation. As we have no further details about what happened we feel it would be inappropriate to comment further."
Two Durham Police firearms have been suspended from their usual duties after allegations emerged that they had killed a deer with a crowbar.
In a statement, the force said: "It has been brought to our attention that the deer was apparently not destroyed in the approved, humane manner."
The incident happened in early June on a road in Tanfield Lea, County Durham.
– Durham Police
It is not unusual for firearms officers to be deployed on occasions when a deer, or other large animal is clearly suffering as the result of being struck by a vehicle and the best action would be for the animal to be humanely destroyed.
We can confirm enquiries are being made to establish the circumstances surrounding the destruction of an injured deer on a road in Tanfield Lea in early June. It has been brought to our attention that the deer was apparently not destroyed in the approved, humane manner.
Two authorised firearms officers have been moved to other duties while the facts are being established and they are not currently involved in a firearms capacity. Enquiries are being conducted by the force's professional standards department."