In order to keep our news and events section up to date and relevant we needed to remove older news items from our latest news posts section.
Below are some of the news items we posted in our old blog.
2010/07/05 – Burnside Business & Enterprise College formerly known as the Burnside School was at the centre of a bomb scare after earlier reports that a pupil had taken a knife into school before inflicting harm on himself.
Northumbria Police closed off the Burn Closes Bridge in Wallsend and the Police & Fire Service attended the scene.
2010/07/16 – New North Tyneside Area Command Headquarters Prompts Change To Opening Hours Of North Tyneside Police Stations
Chief Superintendent Gary Calvert, of North Tyneside Area Command said:
“I wish to reassure you that there will be no reduction in the accessibility or visibility of police resources in the Wallsend area as a result of these changes.
Your views are important to us, so please do have your say on whether or not these changes to our police station opening times will affect you.”
Wallsend Town Hall is flying the flag for England in support of the English Teams attempt to win World Cup in South Africa.
In a positive response to all those local conspiracy theorists who claimed that North Tyneside Council would not be raising the flag to support England in the World Cup for fear of offending the other nationalities in our town and as our picture shows, these fears were & are simply not true.
2010/07/17 – 31% Of Wallsend Youngsters Still Living In Low Income Households – That is the shocking statistic revealed by recent North East Data released by a charity aimed at ending child poverty which compares to an overall average of 23% for the North Tyneside area as a whole.
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