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Businessman and philanthropist Graham Wylie has became one of the North East's most successful businessmen after co-founding The Sage Group, the UK's biggest software company in 1981.

Teenage sweethearts Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry, from South Shields, were killed when a suicide bomber targeted an Ariana Grande concert last May. 

 A street sweeper for 35 years, Peter Woodmansey officially retired 17 years ago - but he still spends two hours every day diligently sweeping the streets of Darlington.

For many people the West End Food Bank in Newcastle provides a lifeline to surviving in austerity Britain. Set up by Michael Nixon and his late friend Steve Metcalfe in 2013 the food bank is now the biggest in Britain.

Lynn from North Shields, is the founder of Pathways4All, a charity which provides recreational activities and support for children with disabilities and additional needs.

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