NEWS ROUNDUP: Hartlepool health bosses to face the public & airport plans for more London connections
Police officers in South Tyneside have issued a warning that they will still be enforcing the coronavirus restrictions that remain in place.
Since Monday, schools reopened, two people from two different households can meet outdoors for a ‘coffee or picnic’, and care home residents are allowed ‘one regular visitor’.
Face the public
Plans have been drawn up for health bosses in Hartlepool to face the public. In September, the health and wellbeing board will host the event in a bid to restart the process of tackling the board's priorities which include looking at the impact of violence, and drug and alcohol issues, and offers an opportunity for questions to be asked.
Teesside Airport plans to increase flights to London following the announcement of the Treasury North Campus. The chancellor revealed that Darlington will be the location of the campus, a move that MP Peter Gibson said will bring a significant boost in so many ways to the local area.
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