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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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The 1948 Ferguson P3 tractor had been restored by the North East of England branch of The Friends of Ferguson Heritage organisation under the chairmanship of David Ord and was shown at a number of village shows in the region.
He was being given a lift by friend David Ord, now 27, who was drunk and lost control of the car, causing it to flip on its roof.
We had sought a statement from Ms Leslie over concerns raised about Parliamentary Questions and other interventions relating to the Barrage project, whose main opponent has been Bristol Port, jointly owned by Tory donor David Ord.
Our seven are trainer Richard Fahey, journalist Tom O'Ryan, broadcaster Jim McGrath, Alex Hammond and Ed Chamberlin from Sky, David Ord from Sporting Life and Michael Shinners from Skybet.
Ord - Valerie and David Ord, of Springfield, a son.
Chairman David Ord said: 'Mitie has an 18-year track record of continual growth.
David Ord, a technical specialist and member of RAP, said: "No other local matter has caused such widespread fear, and it is deeply disturbing that the views of so many electors can be set aside by a planning officer.
The other photographers whose images make up the calendar are: Angus Reid, Harry Mclaren, David Ord, Peter Mentell, Barbara Austin, Graham Holyoak, John Austin, Bob Turner, and Ronald Bowe.
Co-ordinator, David Ord, can be contacted for further information via their Facebook page, Friends of Ferguson Heritage North East England.
The joint owner of the port - the largest privately-owned facility of its kind in the UK - is multi-millionaire David Ord, a leading donor to the Conservative Party, who, according to published records, gave it a total of PS598,814 between 2001 and 2010 individually and through his companies.
David Ord, the former Liberal Democrat councillor for North Tyneside Council's Northumberland ward, was accused of making the offensive gesture during an angry outburst in November 2014, which he denied.
The joint owner of the port - the largest privately owned facility of its kind in the UK - is multi-millionaire David Ord, pictured, a leading donor to the Conservative Party, who, according to published records, gave it a total of PS598,814 between 2001 and 2010 individually and through his companies.