If you log on at the right time there will be a good chance of finding a match. January 5 is the best day of the year to find a new partner in , and there’s a specific time you should log on to your dating app. Dating experts and app providers say January 5 this year is the most likely day of the year for singletons to find new love. Dating Sunday is the date when apps see a huge rise in people signing up and logging on, reports The Mirror , and the best time to log onto Tinder, Hinge, Bumble or similar apps is 11pm. Dating app Hinge says last year users went on 53 per cent more dates in January than they did in the previous month. According to Match a third of singles are looking to revamp their love lives this year thanks to dating TV shows. If you’re worried that your dating profile isn’t up to scratch, don’t worry – Match has some tips on how to improve your chances of meeting someone special.
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The EFL recently proposed a framework that would see final positions be decided on an unweighted points-per-game system. The EFL recently proposed a framework that would see final positions be decided on an unweighted points-per-game system and that promotion, relegation and the play-offs will take place. And while the Championship still intends to complete their remaining games, if their season is curtailed for any reason then the same formula would be applied.
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Mr Justice Goss spoke of ongoing uncertainty as the murder trial of Keith Hall is still set for October, and could last up to 12 weeks. A leading judge has spoken of the “crystal ball-gazing” uncertainty of justice in the shadow of covid in a hearing over the Rachel Wilson murder trial. Hall, of Lambton Road, Grove Hill , Middlesbrough, denies murder, living off prostitution and attempting to pervert the course of justice. He will be tried on October 6 at Teesside Crown Court.
He was charged with Rachel Wilson’s murder in December last year, and-a-half years after her death, and entered his pleas at Newcastle Crown Court in January. High Court judge Mr Justice Goss, a presiding judge on the north-east circuit, sat in a hearing about the case at Sheffield Crown Court this week. The murder trial had been estimated to last eight weeks, but the judge said: “It could be as long as 12 weeks.
He spoke of the current situation where jury trials, which have been on hold because of covid, had resumed in some courts. And he gave an insight into how the justice system was affected by the pandemic and public health emergency. Mr Justice Goss said: “There are trials that have resumed in a very small number of court centres.
The judge said he would keep a close eye on the cases and let lawyers know if the trial date could not be maintained. The judge continued: “There are so many unknowns in relation to the state of the pandemic, what measures are going to be in place, how courts are going to be adapted, the stockpile of cases at any one stage. Hall was due to stand trial at Teesside Crown Court on June 3, but the case was not ready to proceed on that date.
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The devastating, life changing crimes committed by people using apps like Tindr and Grindr have been revealed. Women raped by strangers on Tinder, young girls threatened over SnapChat and blackmailers threatening to “out” gay men to their families. Men and women across Teesside are increasingly using apps like Tinder and Grindr to meet new people. But there’s a darker side – as laid bare by Cleveland Police.
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A date has also been given for the reopening of the centres’ swimming pool facilities. Leisure centres in Middlesbrough are set to reopen this weekend after over four months of lockdown closure. The moves comes after a plan that would’ve seen the Neptune Centre remain closed until next April was rejected by the council last week. It had initially been decided that the Neptune and Rainbow would not reopen until September 1 although this has now been revised.
Everyone Active and Middlesbrough Council run the facilities and said they have worked together to reopen the centres earlier than originally planned. Procedures are in place to ensure social distancing is managed throughout the centres and regular cleaning is maintained. Full details of the measures can be found here. Martin Miles, Everyone Active’s area contract manager, said: “After being closed for over four months, this latest announcement from Government is the news the leisure industry has been eagerly awaiting.
We look forward to welcoming everyone back and thanking them for their patience. Councillor Dorothy Davison, Middlesbrough Council’ s Executive member for adult social care and public health, welcomed the news.
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TeessideLive is a regional news website serving the Teesside area of England. The Gazette is the most popular daily newspaper in Teesside, and has been an integral part of life in the area since , when it was founded as the North-Eastern Daily Gazette by the Scot , and eventual Liberal Member of Parliament for Aston Manor , Hugh Gilzean Reid. It was also at this time, that a first premises were established on Zetland Road, Middlesbrough. Historical copies of the Daily Gazette , dating back to , are available to search and view in digitised form at The British Newspaper Archive.
The Teesside Gazette occupied the Gazette building on Borough Road in the centre of Middlesbrough for almost 80 years; and in April , it moved to a new premises on Hudson Quays, Middlehaven. Teesside Gazette changed the title of its cover page from “Evening Gazette” to “The Gazette” in after the company began releasing the newspaper to newsagents on mornings instead of evenings as it had done previously.
It mainly provides local news, but also covers national, international and sports news as well as having various supplements relating to lifestyle, business, and events. Many local newspapers in the midth century produced a special sports edition on Saturday evening. Before football results were widely available on television and radio such editions were the source of results for players of the football pools.
Developers of a controversial housing scheme at Kirklevington have announced when the diggers will be moving in. Banks Property’s development, for up to 90 houses on land west of St Martin’s Way was approved on appeal in The company’s chosen housebuilder, Taylor Wimpey, will begin on-site by mid – subject to a consultation period and final approval by Stockton Council. The announcement has had a mixed reaction online, with “disgusted” residents branding the peaceful village “Kirklevington City” – while others claim it’s “great news”.
Re-jigged plans for another homes were approved in July, in spite of a long battle by campaigners.
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Both admitted to being slightly nervous, but the pair are now looking forward to their prize – a weekend together in the picturesque city of Amsterdam. But the boxer and bouncer was turned down by 30 women — including Joanne Patton from Guisborough — when his sister revealed his secret love of singer Michael Bolton on the show. This time, however, he has been more successful and James and Danielle will now spend a romantic weekend together on a DFDS cruise to the Dutch capital.
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Here is what you need to know about the new rules in England. The Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England. Health Secretary Matt Hancock will announce the coverings are to become compulsory in a statement today July The move follows a weekend of confusion over whether ministers intended to make face masks mandatory after Boris Johnson said they were looking at “stricter” rules.
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Former Teesside businessman Guy Brudenell already serving five years for fraud and has now been given a further 44 months. A former Teesside businessman has been handed an additional prison term after conning women he met on dating websites out of tens of thousands of pounds. Jonathan Guy Brudenell, 44, who is serving a five-year prison sentence for fraud, has been jailed for a further 44 months for deceiving women, business associates and customers.
Brudenell, formerly of Nawton, near Helmsley, appeared at Teesside Crown Court where he was told that the 44 month sentence for his latest frauds will run consecutively from the day his previous sentence ends. On 3 October, he pleaded guilty to 11 of these offences, with the rest being allowed to lie on file. All but one of the offences were committed while Brudenell was on bail for the offences for which he was jailed in False invoices were supplied to the Insolvency Service to substantiate the claim and Brudenell was charged jointly for this offence with a woman who is yet to stand trial.
He has targeted people indiscriminately for many years. Between and , he was a prolific user of a dating websites where he targeted women for sex and money. His offending continued up to the very morning he was imprisoned in June The sentence today should send a clear message to those who seek to deceive others. The court imposed a ten-year Financial Reporting Order which means he must report his financial position to North Yorkshire Police on a regular basis for the next decade.
Failure to report accurately will result in a breach of the order and Brudenell will be brought back before the court.
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A manager at a Teesside gym has described how fitness centres can become like ‘real-life Tinder’. New year resolutions and extra Christmas calories see gyms across Teesside bulging with new and returning members. The post-Christmas rush to get fit and burn off the festive flab means that fitness centres are jammed.
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The Food Warehouse is owned by Iceland but many Teessiders may not have even heard of it. An opening date has been announced for the first Teesside branch of one of ‘Britain’s fastest growing supermarkets’. It’s opening at Portrack on September 1, bringing new jobs to the area. Formed in , Iceland says thousands of of customers have switched to shopping there in the last 12 months.
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Gulliver’s Valley, around a 90 minute drive from central Teesside, will open up to visitors with pre-booked slots only on Saturday, July The attraction is aimed at families with children aged between two and 13 and is home to rides and attractions including a Ghostly Galleon pirate ship, a Lost Jurassic World area and an Apache Falls water ride. Visitors can also stay, with accommodation options including Unicorn and Princess suites as well as Western Cabins and Lost World Lodges.
A number of extra safety measures have been made including temperature checks on arrival, mandatory advanced booking, contactless entry, social distancing measures and a food pre-ordering system. Due to the ongoing pandemic and social distancing requirements, some parts of the park including the indoor soft play area will open at a later date, she said. By Joanne Welford. Rides and attractions at new theme park Gulliver’s Valley in South Yorkshire.
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Richard Swinnerton has been charged with three counts of possession of illegal images of children. A deputy headteacher of a primary school charged with online child sex offences has had his first appearance at court moved back until October. Richard Swinnerton has been charged with three counts of possession of illegal images of children relating to category A the most severe , category B and category C.
Swinnerton was initially due to appear before Teesside Magistrates’ Court in Middlesbrough on July 10, however his case was rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. St Clare’s headteacher Elizabeth Eddies said: “I wish to assure all parents that the well-being and safety of children at St Clare’s remains of paramount importance.
Hall, of Lambton Road, Grove Hill, Middlesbrough, denies murder, living off prostitution and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
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