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What happens when we realise that empty slogans, impossible promises & triumphant rallies make no difference to finding a job or pay-packet?
No, no, no. I fear for the world. The result is in.
The British singer said: "We hope to respect the memory as well as the life-affirming spirit of those who fell. We shall not forget them."Read the full story ›
There's work to be done to ensure Heathrow's expansion costs are not passed down to the customer, admits the Corporate Affairs Director at Newcastle International Airport.
There will be a £10 discount, however, for flights from regions like Newcastle from January 2017. Graeme Mason says he hopes this is something that can continue.
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Six people have been taken to hospital in Newcastle after taking New Psychoactive Substances, formerly known as legal highs.
Northumbria Police say they all had adverse reactions to the drugs, which were bought in the Old Eldon Square area. They're warning about those known as 'Spice', 'Killer Smeg' and 'Spongebob'.
None of the six are thought to be in a life threatening condition but all were kept in hospital as a precaution.
Police are urging anyone in possession of the substances to hand them in to police.
Here in Northumbria we have done a lot of work warning people about the dangers of legal highs and they were recently banned under new legislation brought in earlier this year.
'However, our priority is the safety of the public and we want to make sure that any substances that may cause harm to those using them is taken off the streets.
'If you have drugs of this nature in your possession, or have any information about who may be distributing them, then contact police immediately.