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Police are warning motorists using the A1 and the A69 that they are helping to move another wind turbine today.
A man has been airlifted to hospital after falling from scaffolding in Hartlepool. The 46 year old is believed to have fallen around four feet and suffered a back injury.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) was called to the incident which happened in Nenthead, Cumbria, at around 4:40pm.
He was treated by the GNAAS doctor and paramedic team before he was flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle, where he arrived in a stable condition.
Demi-Leigh has since been found.
Police are continuing to appeal for help to trace missing 17-year-old Demi-Leigh Ivison.
Police believe she could be in Durham or Cumbria.
Demi-Leigh was last seen on Rosecroft Avenue, Middlesbrough, at around 2.45pm July 31. It is believed that she then went to the train station in Darlington.
Anyone who may have seen her is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
Cumbria's two national parks have both become larger today.
Boundary changes to the Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales - more than a quarter of which is in Cumbria - officially came into effect this afternoon.
For some it is a welcome assurance the land will not be allowed to change too much, but for others it means extra red tape and restrictions to business.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports:
A new newspaper for the north is to cease publication, six weeks after launching.
Cumbria-based publisher CN Group launched '24' on June 20, aiming to create a national newspaper with a northern slant.
The last edition of the 40p Monday to Friday publication will be July 29.
The CN Group stressed no jobs will be lost in the closure.
Anthony Justice has since been found.
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing man from Consett.
Anthony Justice, 45, was last seen at 3.30pm on Friday, July 8 at his County Durham home.
It is believed he is driving a 60 plate blue Honda Accord car and he may have travelled to the Cumbria area.
Mr Justice is white, with short dark hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark t-shirt, dark work trousers and work boots.
Anyone with information should contact 101 quoting reference 133 of July 9.
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