17/01/2017 Look North (North East and Cumbria)


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Here on BBC One it's time for the news where you are.

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The search for the missing York chef Claudia Lawrence is to be scaled

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back after North Yorkshire Police carried out a three year review

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of the investigation into her disappearance.

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Her father Peter says he's hugely disappointed

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He praised the police but said new information from the public

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was needed if his daughter was to be found.

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Phil Chapman sent this report from outside Claudia's home.

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The last sighting of Claudia was in March 2009 when she

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walked back home here to her small terraced

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York after her shift at work as a chef at the University of York.

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She went inside and spoke briefly to her

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That was the last that anyone heard of her.

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The whole family today is deeply disappointed,

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A friend spoke this afternoon on behalf of of Claudia's

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At the end of the day the biggest problem

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is Claudia is not hear and

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nobody knows where she is, what's she doing, whether

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Despite the best effort of the police, it feels

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have lots of information but they still

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need that other bit of information which is going to bring

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The police said they exhausted every single line of inquiry over the nine

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years of the investigation and over the last three years

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There are also deeply frustrated and sympathise

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They believe somebody out there knows exactly what happened to

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Claudia on that evening but they have failed to come

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There is one line of inquiry left, it is a DNA profile that

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Yorkshire police have yet to investigate.

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It will take a further six weeks but after that the

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investigation will cease and enter a reactive phase.

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This has been an investigation of great magnitude, of massive

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lines of inquiry from CCTV to looking at Claudia's financial

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affairs, telephone records, speaking to new witnesses who came forward.

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We have applied new forensic techniques as well.

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Numerous house searches, ground searches.

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We have thrown everything at this investigation which we possibly can.

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The key challenge we have had is we have never been

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able to identify that primarily crime scene.

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That was the biggest challenge to the police,

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we have never been able to achieve that breakthrough.

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The Assistant Chief Constable, Paul Kennedy, told us

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today they will never close

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this case and he believes there is always the possibility they will

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Two men have been arrested after a gun was fired in a Sunderland

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It happened at the Ford Post Office on Hylton Road -

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where two men walked in and demanded cash.

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Here's our News Correspondent Mark Denten.

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Hylton Road, Sunderland, last night and police

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hunting for two men, one who fired a

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shotgun and tried to rob the post office.

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About ten to five yesterday afternoon, two men walked into the

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post office and one was carrying a shotgun.

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They demanded the staff behind a security screen hand over

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They refused and one of the men fired a shotgun.

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The staff were inside the premises behind the

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Can I take the opportunity to thank the staff for how bravely they

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They remained calm and contacted the police immediately

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which allowed us to attend the scene as quickly as we could.

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We have two in custody now and recovered the

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Early this morning, two men one aged 31 and one

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aged 45 were arrested on suspicion of robbery.

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Police say the use of a gun in the area is very rare.

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I would like to point out that offences of this nature are

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extremely rare and we have to go back many years when we had a

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live firearm discharged in something of this nature in Sunderland.

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No one was hurt in the incident and police are still

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A Hartlepool man who killed three members of the same family

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in the 1980s has lost a human rights challenge against his whole

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Arthur Hutchinson was jailed in 1984.

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He broke into the home of Basil and Avril Laitner in Sheffield,

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hours after their daughter's wedding.

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He murdered them and their son Richard.

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The European Court of Human Rights dismissed Hutchinson's claim

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that the punishment amounted to inhuman and degrading treatment.

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North East baker Greggs has reported good sales again for the last year.

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Total sales rose 7% - thanks partly to its wider range

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of healthy eating options like salads and yoghurts.

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famed for its sausage rolls and pasties -

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is about to add vanilla latte, green tea and peppermint tea to its menus.

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In May, the first Tees Valley Mayor will be elected, and handed

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new money and powers form Westminister.

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He or she will preside over an area covering Darlington,

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Hartlepool, Stockton, Middlesbrough and Redcar.

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But just how can one person bring all those areas together?

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David Macmillan's been trying to find out.

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The Tees Valley is home to 670,000 people across five council areas,

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stretching from the North Sea to North Yorkshire -

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the new mayor's challenge is to deliver prosperity across this

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Some parties already believe they've found

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Yarm councillor Ben Houchen is the Conservative candidate.

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it comes down to business and transport

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Coming from the area, I have a good understanding

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and Cleveland Council leader Sue Jeffrey is Labour's candidate.

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She says the closure of SSI UK showed how interlinked the regions

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It affected all five local authority

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areas so it is not about fighting each other but working together,

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being pragmatic and working to deliver the goals we have for the

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Tees Valley area and around growing jobs and the economy.

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UKIP's group leader in Hartlepool John Tennant

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is the party's prospective mayoral candidate.

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He has ambitious plans for transport.

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We're looking at the possibility of

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bringing back the Tees Valley Metro

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system which was shelved a few years ago.

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It will cost a lot of money and

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John Tait of the North Party is also focused

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on helping people get around the region more easily.

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We need to have an ambitious transport scheme for the future

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which will spread prosperity across the whole area.

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David Macmillan, BBC Look North, Teesside.

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The owners of a family butchers at the centre of an E-coli outbreak

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have denied breaching food safety rules.

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Janet Bell and Trevor Robinson appeared at Teesside

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Stuart Whincup was in court and sent us this report.

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15 people became infected with E.Coli back in July 2015.

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Of those people, ten needed hospital treatment and seven suffered

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Today at Teesside Magistrate Court, the

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owners of the butchers in Billingham, Janet Bell

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and Trevor Robinson, appeared in court.

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They face charges of selling various items, including

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cooked ham, pork, turkey and egg quiche which was unsafe for human

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consumption by reason of contamination with pathogenic

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Both pleaded not guilty to the charges.

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The court heard this was a detailed case and will hear detailed evidence

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where the pair will next appear on February 14.

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A charity shop on South Tyneside's taken extreme measures

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The window of the YMCA shop in South Shields features

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To give a stark message that clouds donations are down.

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Football, and Sunderland are out of the FA Cup.

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They lost 2-0 to Burnley tonight in their third round replay

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at Turf Moor in front of a crowd of just 12,000.

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That's it from me this evening - time for a look at the weather

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Another frost free night tonight. This blanket of Cloud is the reason

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for that. It remains tonight, very low as well which resulted in a lot

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of mist and fog across the North East and Cumbria. Perhaps some light

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rain in the south but temperatures will hold up, temperatures around

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six Celsius. The winds daylight. A murky and grey start tomorrow. We

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should stay the cloud lift and break in places. A few sunny interval for

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some of us as we head through the day. It should state dry for most of

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us. Temperatures similar to today, double figures, ten centigrade the

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high. The winds will be light from the south south-west. High pressure

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in charge over the last couple of days and it maintains its grip over

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the weather in the next few days. It holds everything in place so nothing

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is changing quickly as we head towards the end of the week and the

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weekend. But and Friday, a lot cloud around, generally dry but the cloud

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is thick enough to produce the odd spot of rain. Many places dry, is

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cloudy. Temperatures is tailing off towards the end of the week and by

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Friday afternoon between six and eight Celsius but we should remain

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frost the through the night. Keep up-to-date with the forecast a new

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BBC local radio stations and the BBC weather app. I will leave you

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from time to time. Staying settled still. Nick has the national

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forecast this evening. Hello. If you are watching the

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football earlier it turned out to be an evening for football fans in

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Lincolnshire. This is how it looked at the start of the day. No idea

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whether this weather watcher is a football fan, it's a fan of weather

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that matters here. All sorts of weather, from 13 in Aberdeenshire to

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two, despite the sunshine in Kent. I wonder if this six in the cloud

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across the Midlands into northern England and parts of Wales felt

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colder, particularly in these misty and foggy conditions in this weather

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watcher view. Some drizzly rain around at times still from the

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thicker cloud into parts of England and Wales overnight,

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