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North Tyneside

(ˈtaɪnsaɪd)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop: 190 800 (2003 est). Area: 84 sq km (32 sq miles)
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Ian Macaulay said he was left "absolutely devastated" by the freak accident in the early hours of yesterday.
His heartbroken dad Ian Macaulay said the family were "absolutely devastated" by the tragedy which happened in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Coun Ian Macaulay, cabinet member for housing, said: "This was an excellent opportunity for residents to view the work we are planning over the coming weeks and months, bringing homes up to the standard of quality our tenants want and deserve.
Coun Ian Macaulay, Cabinet Member for Housing, said: "I'm pleased that this initiative has had such a positive impact.
PARTY TIME: Members and guests of Scots In London enjoy their St Andrew's night ball, including tenor Nicky Spence, bottom left, and founder Eddie Tait and his wife Sarah PICTURES: Ian Macaulay' PICTURES: Ian Macaulay
Ian MacAulay, Murray-Goulburn Co-operative receiving the award.
Members and friends at the Greaves Club in Bishops Itchington joined in the event, which was organised by Ian MacAulay
Coun Ian Macaulay, cabinet member for housing, said: "The work on behalf of our tenants to bring housing up to Decent Homes standards is nearing completion.
Coun Ian Macaulay, cabinet member for Housing, said: "This operation helps reinforce the message that anti-social behaviour won't be tolerated.
Coun Ian Macaulay, cabinet member for housing, said: "Our safer estates team has a national reputation for its no-nonsense approach in tackling nuisance neighbours and antisocial behaviour.
Coun Ian Macaulay, cabinet member for housing, said: "It's fantastic that children take so much pride and interest in their neighbourhood, and we hope the close relationship that has been built up with the group will continue over the coming weeks and months.
Tynemouth Conservative councillor Ian Macaulay [corr] said he wanted the place to remain a quiet, residential area.