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MP says country has capacity for 15,500 tests a day – but managing only 3000
Director of Education and Children’s Services, Laurence Findlay, has been granted authority to continue to support emergency childcare provision.
Social enterprise Bike Revolution sells out as cycling interest surges
YOUR views on the application of coronavirus powers by the police are wanted.
BABY boom at wildlife park.
The foodbank is looking for donations to help people in crisis.
MSP Stewart Stevenson has thanked north-east volunteers.
The UK Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak
Free Masketeers’ is designing bespoke masks for businesses whilst supporting charities across the UK.
The work being done by thousands of people across the north-east is being publicly recognised.
North east organisations have teamed up to ask Facebook to alter it's algorithm to support businesses.
18 new confirmed cases