19/01/2017 Look North (North East and Cumbria)


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Martin McGuinness is stepping down from politics for

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Fire fighters sent home in a row over new fire

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A couple get help from a call handler 300 miles away when their

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I recall him an angel. That is quite humbling actually, I have never been

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described as an angel before. A key component of Sunderland's

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new bridge reaches And the public get their say

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on artistic ambition In football, there's FA

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Cup joy for Newcastle. Middlesbrough bring

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back an old favourite, And Hartlepool pin their hopes

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on a new boss, with more than 800 An emergency meeting is being held

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tonight between unions and fire fighters in North Yorkshire

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in a row over new-style On Monday, two fire fighters

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were sent home from Scarborough after refusing to operate

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the new vehicles, known as TRVs. It meant other equipment was out

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of action because there was no Last night, another fire-fighter

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was told to go home. Ian White is at the fire service

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headquarters in Northallerton. This is the new tactical

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response vehicle, Scarborough is the first place

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in the country to have one, and it's already the

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centre of controversy. The Fire Brigade's Union

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say it should be manned by four fire fighters,

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but North Yorkshire fire chiefs say they only want three fire

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fighters crewing it. When union members refused to staff

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it last night and on Monday, bosses sent them home

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and locked them out. One of the fire fighters

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who refused to crew this tactical response vehicle

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was actually the only fire fighter on shift qualified to operate this

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aerial ladder platform. That meant this vehicle

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was then put out of action, and the nearest aerial ladder

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platform was 25 minutes away, and would have

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to come from Bridlington. The union claims the new vehicles

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are unsafe to use, because they're On Monday, in Scarborough,

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we had a situation created by the Chief Fire Officer,

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which meant the people and public of Scarborough were down to one fire

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engine and didn't have any When our members were at work,

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prepared to ride them We're at the point now where,

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if staff are unwilling to ride them, they're unfortunately in breach

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of contract, and we'll continue to send them home without pay

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until they will ride them. If they refuse to ride

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the tactical response vehicles, there is no other work

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for them to do. The other fire engine

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at Scarborough was fully crewed, so it's not like we have another

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response vehicle for them to crew. So until they're able

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to fulfil their contracts, Tadcaster and Northallerton,

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when it's feared the Unions and management

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are holding more talks today. And Ian White is live

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outside fire brigade headquarters in Northallerton

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with an update for us. Good evening, this has been a

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dispute brewing for a couple of years but it came to a head this

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week when fire fighters were sent home for refusing to operate these

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new vehicles. Today, management and unions have been meeting here at

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headquarters, that ended a short time ago and I managed a quick word

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with the Assistant Chief Fire Officer.

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We provided an offer to the union which they will take away and

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Hopefully if that is acceptable to them, then we will be

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able tomorrow afternoon to resolve that part of the dispute that

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relates to tactical response vehicles.

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To allow that to happen, we have agreed for night shifts and day

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shift tomorrow not sending anyone home.

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The FBU is considering its position as there is a new deal on the table.

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We don't know the fine detail but it looks as if this is some way of

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helping to resolve some parts of this very complicated dispute here

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in north Yorkshire. The FB you welcomed the meeting and say they

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are in a better position than last time -- this time yesterday.

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A couple from Surrey have described a north-east call

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handler as "an angel" for talking them through

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the delivery of their baby under the stairwell of their home.

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The mother had gone into a sudden and complicated labour,

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and was trying to get out of the door to a taxi,

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for urgent medical help was answered 300 miles away in Newcastle.

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Our health reporter Sharon Barbour has this exclusive story.

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It was a 111 call Simon Williams in Newcastle had been trained for,

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A couple 300 miles away needed urgent medical

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He said, the baby is coming. That was it.

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From my mouth, it came the same, the baby was coming out.

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Simon knew if things went wrong, the lives of both mother

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Then an indication of a serious complication.

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There is one question he answered yes to which hurried things up a

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little bit. It was that the waters were stained brown. That means the

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baby is getting stressed. They were in Surrey and N London

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Ambulance was on its way. But when a taxi they'd

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called earlier arrived... Evidence the baby was also

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on its way was all over the dad. When he saw my dress, all the blood,

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everything on my shirt because the baby meant blood was all around.

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Within a few minutes, the sound of a baby crying.

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Oh, she is alive and healthy. Yes, there was a tear in my why --

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in my eye. When the baby came out, I didn't

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even realise it was male or female. He was asking, do we have a girl or

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boy? We said yes.

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I looked up and there were all these people standing around me, people

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popping up from the cubicles. There was a round of applause.

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The family couldn't believe their call was being

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But Vocare, based in the north-east, now manage 111 services

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It's rare for 111 call handlers to meet their patients.

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has travelled come down from the north-east

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and is about to arrive to meet the little girl

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In the end she had to be delivered here, under the stairs.

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Hello! Simon! Thank you.

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All in a gay's work. Bless your hard work.

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Not even the save one life but the two macrolides -- all in a days

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work. That is quite humbling, I have never

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been called an angel before. I wonder how you felt seeing him?

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It feels really good actually. Dad was a real hero here. I couldn't

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have done that in his situation, I would have been crying on the floor.

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Cumbria's Ambulance Service "requires improvement",

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following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission.

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Staff shortages and the treatment of mentally ill patients were

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The North West Ambulance Service insists improvements have been made.

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It comes as Cumbria's Police And Crime Commissioner warns lives

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could be at risk if plans to reorganise the county's health

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services place further pressures on police and ambulance services.

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The demand placed on Cumbria's emergency services has never

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There's concern plans to remove some services from the hospital

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in Whitehaven will force hundreds of extra patients to be transferred

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to Carlisle every year, placing greater strain not just

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on ambulance staff but on the police officers who're

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On an almost daily basis, police are being called to support the NHS

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It is not a core role for the police.

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Whenever that happens, they are taken away

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Clearly, my concern is, if this were to get worse,

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then the police don't have the resources to do it either.

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Based on accident statistics the A595 is one of the most

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It's often obsturcted by flooding and can be treacherous in winter.

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It's this road and the 40-mile journey between Whitehaven

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and Carlisle that's the the main concern for Peter McCall.

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In a letter to the Success Regime, the body

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oversseing changes to health services here, he says he'd be

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failing in his duty to the Cumbrian public if he didn't raise concerns

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about increased patient transfers, and the knock-on effect that

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would have on his officers already supporting

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A worry shared by the Police Federation.

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Whilst police officers are waiting for the ambulance, medical staff

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to arrive, jobs are backing up, and the public are sitting around

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We don't want to blame other people for our non-attendance

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but unfortunately as we have said all too often now that is the case

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and something really does need to be done.

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A dedicated ambulance service is being considered

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as a means of easing pressure on existing staff.

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But Peter McCall wants reassurances any plans have been properly tested

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Ultimately, if we don't get this right, it really does endanger lives

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and no one wants to be in that position.

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A spokesperson for the Success Regime said all responses

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to the consultation are being independently analysed,

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and that analysis will be considered when final decisions are made.

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Two men from Sunderland have appeared in court

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in connection with an attempted Post Office robbery.

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It follows an incident on Monday at Ford Post Office

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George Tumilty, who's 31, was remanded in custody,

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while 45-year-old Kevin Jarvis was released on bail.

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They'll appear at Newcastle Crown Court next month.

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Millions of pounds of European money designed to help flood-hit areas

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?15 million of cash has been allocated from Brussels.

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But almost all of it will be used to pay off a fine imposed

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by the European Union for mis-spending money

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The Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron, the MP

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for Westmorland and Lonsdale, told the House of

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Whoever's fault it was that a fine was incurred,

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the fault of communities such as mine in Cumbria.

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Will he commit that all of that money coming to those

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communities, or at the very least there to be a debate on the matter.

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David Lidington, the Leader of the House of Commons,

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told Mr Farron that an adjournment debate is probably the best way

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forward, and he will look into the matter of the European

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A new boat to help in flooding and rescue situations has been

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Cannons were fired by members of Pickering Rotary Club

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which helped to raise the funds needed for the new raft.

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It can carry eight people and is ideal to help rescue people

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These guys cover 15 rivers in North Yorkshire so it's a super

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We're obviously very grateful to the people of Rydale

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and York in particular who have donated money.

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This boat allows us to carry four people both into properties

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if we need to apply care to people trapped in the property,

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but to evacuate people and paddle rather than wade,

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A significant milestone in the construction of a new bridge

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over the River Wear at Sunderland has been reached today.

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The centrepiece of the bridge, a 100-metre-tall pylon,

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was brought up the river by barge to the construction site.

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The pylon's now being prepared ahead of it being lifted into position

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Our business correspondent Ian Reeve reports.

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And the barge carrying the centrepiece of the new Wear

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From port to site, a journey of three miles,

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Time though to savour what will be a new landmark,

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And after a journey that started across the North Sea,

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in a Belgian fabrication yard two weeks ago, the bridge

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The weather's been brilliant, lovely, calm weather.

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And we've had the rising tide with us as well,

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as we came up the river, we had the tide to help us along.

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We are where we expected to be, still on target

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And today is a big milestone along that programme,

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and working towards achieving that completion date.

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The claim is that the new bridge between Pallion and Castletown

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will bring developments that could create 6,000 jobs.

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Local engineer Amy has already benefited.

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I went over to Belgium to see it, and didn't fully

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appreciate the scale when it was in the factory.

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But now I can actually see it, where it is, I think it's really

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But the next thing to watch out for is when the pylon

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That should happen either at the end of this month

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And when the pylon is in place, it'll be over 100 metres

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tall, twice the height of Gateshead's Millennium Bridge,

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no doubt a very important statistic for Wearside to boast about.

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Ian Reeve, BBC Look North, Sunderland.

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Plenty more to come in tonight's Look North.

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Later in sport, we hear from the new man

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While on the coast, an artistic ambition

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Weather-wise, high pressure remains in charge.

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So no dramatic changes over the next few days.

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The Gateshead Angel, the Newbiggin Couple,

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All of them are monumental works of public art that have raised

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Now Hartlepool Council is planning a sculpture for the seafront

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in Seaton Carew that it's hoped will become a major

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tourist attraction, and local people are being urged

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Some of them do reflect the town itself like a fish.

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We were a fishing port. Fish, fishermen, blowing snow globe, what

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would be your choice for the signature cult -- sculpture?

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They tried to reflect what Hartlepool means. One of them is

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like a fish. Now, some people might like that. I

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would encourage local people, anybody else, to actually look at

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them and vote which they would prefer to see in this area.

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That is better by a country mile. I like that one.

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Excellent. Without a shadow of a doubt. Hartley

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called. Why is that? It says Hartlepool,

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fishing based. It is Alan nickname.

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It looks the biggest. So, when you are driving past, strangers into

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Seaton. My brother-in-law is a fisherman. I

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like that. It would bring back a little bit of the fishing side to

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the town. I agree with that.

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I think that one might stand out a bit more.

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I think we are going for the fish. The fish.

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So, the fish it is. It is funny, hands down.

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I think some would be scared coming down here and seeing that.

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It's a bit creepy. I like that one. Simple.

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That is like an illuminated globe. I like the fish.

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That is the best one. I like the fish and the ships.

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In recent years, Seaton Carew has been in the headlines because of the

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activities of one back from the dead canoeist John Darwin. One cheeky

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suggestion for a sculpture in Seaton Carew might be an upended canoe.

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One of them looks like a canoe but it actually looks like a leaf with a

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belt on. We need to get away from that. That is cheeky.

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We are where we are. And where we are is Seaton Carew, gateway to

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Hartlepool. If you have a favourite amongst these choices of sculpture,

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go to the Hartlepool Council website and boat.

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It is a good debate already. And Adrian joins us

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now from Seaton Carew. Adrian, who's paying for this

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sculpture, and what's Council tax payers can rest assured

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there is a bid into the Coastal Communities Fund the ?600,000 by

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Hartlepool Council for various improvements between here and

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Hartlepool town centre. Another sculpture in Hartlepool. This

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signature sculpture on Seaton Carew seafront. The only sculpture at

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present is this plinth behind me which commemorates the opening of

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the Esplanade by his worship the Met in 1905. They want something more

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spectacular. People can vote on the Council website, we have the address

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up their fear now. -- For you now. It could be up to 20 feet high. And

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from that poll of nine people in my report! Six were going for the fish.

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Two thirds of the electorate... I'm not sure the councillor was that

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infused. We will see. Voting closes on January 30.

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Just a few days after parting company with Craig Hignett,

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there's a new man at the helm of Hartlepool United.

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Dave Jones is a highly-experienced manager.

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Now he's been given the task of steering Pools away

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With a managerial career spanning more than 800 matches,

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A CV including Cardiff, Wolverhampton, Southampton,

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Stockport and most recently in 2013 Sheffield Wednesday.

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Why put his reputation on the line now?

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It's a good club, it's got a good feelgood factor around it.

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Are you scratching an itch to get back management?

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Doesn't matter whether I am 21, 51 or 61, it's always been there.

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My passion for football is the same as it was when I first started.

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Jones, 60, has been appointed days after

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With Hartlepool hovering just above the relegation zone,

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in a difficult financial climate, and urgently needing a pick me up

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We are in better shape than what the position

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But, yes, to come in to a League Two club with a Premier League

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experience is a fantastic effort by everyone at the club.

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Just because he's been out as a manager for years, he hasn't

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But he brings a whole wealth of experience on top of a modern day

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philosophy he will introduce into the club.

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Dave Jones is pretty happy with his managerial CV so far.

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He doesn't want to spoil it by not succeeding at Hartlepool.

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But he knows better than anyone that in the lower reaches of League Two,

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He will formally take the reins on Monday after Pool's

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Newcastle United have joined Middlesbrough in the fourth

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League Two Accrington, the Magpies have a trickier tie

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That's their reward for easing past Championship rivals

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Birmingham City in last night's third round replay

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Maybe it wasn't a full-strength team, but the return

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of Jonjo Shelvey was something for Newcastle to get excited about.

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And it didn't take long for the midfielder to show

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them what they've missed during his five-match ban.

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An inch-perfect through ball for Yoan Gouffran, and

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Matt Ritchie did what was required, and the Magpies were on their way.

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And Shelvey's free-kick led to Newcastle doubling

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Manager Rafa Benitez gave debuts to young defender Stuart Findlay,

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midfielder Dan Barlaser and winger Yasin Ben Al-Mahnni,

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against a team thumped 4-0 on their last visit just

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This time, Birmingham put up a bit more of a fight.

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David Cotterill making it 2-1, with just under 20 minutes to go.

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But, as City pressed for an equaliser, Shelvey

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was once again the main man, setting up Ritchie

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Obviously, you have too many games but it is always good to win.

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The main thing is to be sure we have as many players as we can ready.

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And hopefully for the next game we will have a couple

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Middlesbrough's new signing Patrick Bamford is sure to be given

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a warm reception if he makes the squad for Saturday's

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The 23-year-old completed the move from Chelsea last night,

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thought to be worth an initial ?6 million.

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Bamford was Championship Player Of The Year a couple of seasons ago,

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when his goals helped take Boro to the play-off final.

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The head coach believes the youngster will adapt well.

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He can be a good player in Premiership.

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Again, he has goals in his head, he's always trying to score.

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That mentality is the mentality we need at the moment.

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A full weekend preview tomorrow. Paul has said there's not much

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happening in the weather! Some people have referred to the

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weather as being boring. It suits the weather picture

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providers find with the quiet weather. Here are the boats on the

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Northumberland coast. And some natural brightness coming through

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here. Those breaks in the cloud have given one or two bright intervals

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through the day and overnight it could cause some issues. Tonight,

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mostly dry, mostly cloudy. Mostly frost free. Where there is little

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gaps appear in the cloud there could be a touch of frost in a fuse box.

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Mostly a cloudy picture through the night, thick enough for drizzle.

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Nothing much more than that. Most places will stay frost free.

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Temperatures no colder than four Celsis, watch out for localised

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pockets of Frost in outlying areas of the north-east. Tomorrow, mostly

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dry but mostly cloudy. Breaks in the cloud will be few and far between,

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the exception rather than the rule. Most places should have a dry day.

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Very light winds, temperatures up to eight Celsius in afternoon. High

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pressure has been dominating over the last few days and continues as

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we head into the weekend. That will probably hold on well into next week

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keepy uppies @ tic fronts to the west, keeping things quiet --

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keeping things quiet on the weather front. At the weekend, a subtle

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change, slightly less cloud, and increased chance of blue sky in the

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day. It will turn the corner, daytime temperatures six Celsis on

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Saturday, overnight under clear skies, a risk of Frost. That

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somewhat brighter weather continues into Sunday, dry again, temperatures

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cooler, five Celsius. Watch out for those overnight frosts returning. We

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