Peterlee


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Peterlee

(ˈpiːtəˌliː)
n
(Placename) a new town in Co Durham, founded in 1948. Pop: 29 936 (2001)
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PLANS for a Lidl, KFC, Starbucks and Home Bargains in Peterlee could be threatened by legal action from a rival shopping centre.
Police have arrested a teenager in connection with the incident, which happened in Peterlee, County Durham, on Tuesday night.
Midlothian United, Seaton Carew Strollers A and B, Sunderland and Peterlee Helford also started undefeated with two wins and one draw each.
The winger, who began his career at Middlesbrough but now plays for Sunderland FC, was charged after answering police bail at Peterlee police station.
UNDERBANK RANGERS claimed third spot in the National Conference League Third Division table for the second successive year after annihilating Peterlee Pumas 122-6.
The body of the man, named locally as taxi driver Michael Atherton, and those of the three women were found in "close proximity" downstairs in the semidetached house in Greenside Avenue, Horden, Peterlee, after police were alerted to shots being fired shortly before 11.45pm on Sunday.
A sign on the drooping pine in Peterlee, Co Durham, warned shoppers: "Caution: Under Repair."
Castle Dene, Peterlee in County Durham, bought by The Peterlee Shopping Centre Limited, a new company set up by property investment group Oracle and US financial house Lehman Brothers.
Ian Gourley, 15, died from head injuries when he was hit by a Ford Escort in Peterlee, Co Durham, nine days ago.
Work was transferred to a new purpose built facility in Peterlee, Durham.
It's been more than a year since people living in Peterlee Walk, Walsgrave, called on the city council to fix a light wrecked by vandals.