MASKED robbers armed with a machete attacked a householder during a raid on their house. The robbers entered the property in High Street, Eldon Lane at around 5.30pm on Sunday before making off with cash, jewellery, cigarettes and Christmas presents. Detective Sergeant Gareth Hodgson from Darlington CID, said: “The robbers assaulted one of the homeowners and made threats of extreme violence. "They conducted an untidy search of the house before making off with a significant amount of property.
MOTORISTS are being warned of havoc on the roads on Monday as snow turns into ice following a weekend wintry blast. Hundreds of schools are due to be closed across England at the start of the working week following a cold night which saw temperatures drop as low as -11.6C (11F) in Chillingham Barns, Northumberland. A chilly day is forecast - and yellow warning for ice is in place for most of Wales and central parts of England - while on Monday night temperatures could drop as low as -15C (5F).
SNOW is falling in the North tonight as freezing conditions continue to grip the country. With further snowfall forecast and temperatures set to plummet overnight, gritting teams will be working to keep routes clear. Highways England’s Head of Road Safety, Richard Leonard, said: “We’re working around the clock to keep our motorways and major A-roads open following the heavy snowfall in the past 24 hours.
Here's hoping Jurgen Klopp apologises to the Sky reporter after he's see footage of that penalty award. Saying he "only wanted to talk to people that have a little bit of an understanding of football" is a little unprofessional #lfc#efc
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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