Dora Warwick, Annie Hutchinson and Jack Jackson who all have relatives marked on the newly discovered war memorial at Woodhorn Colliery museum

Missing Newsham and New Delaval war memorial rediscovered in Northumberland archives

Families of the deceased appealed for help in solving the 'mystery' of the lost tribute and it was uncovered in Woodhorn Museum

NHS medical director to visit Cramlington's new £90m hospital

Sir Bruce Keogh tops out the new specialist Emergency Care Hospital in Cramlington
Sir Bruce Keogh will be at the state-of-the-art emergency care facility on Wednesday to meet doctors and staff

Greggs profits up 41% as food-on-the-go strategy pays off in stronger economy

Greggs on Neville Street, Newcastle City Centre
Newcastle bakers are now selling around £1m in coffees every week as weather has helped an "exceptional" performance over the last year

Former foreign secretary David Miliband says UK must open its borders to Syrian refugees

The former Foreign Secretary David Miliband
David Miliband, former South Shields MP and president of International Rescue Committee, said the UK had homed too few refugees

Newcastle schools 'should do more' to ensure science city legacy

The Science Central Building
MP Chi Onwurah believes schools and the Government need to work together to get more pupils taking up triple science at GCSE

North East homeless people find a voice through art in exhibition at Durham Cathedral

Work by one of the young homeless people, which is on display in Durham Cathedral
Home And A Job is the result of an art project run by Youth Homeless North East to give the 16 to 25-year-olds a voice on issues which hit them hardest

More must cycle in the in the North East to combat 'inactivity epidemic' in children

The Big Pedal aims to get children on their bikes during the school-run
Sustrans says almost half of children are not getting the recommended daily amount of exercise and more needs to be done

Cutting smoking in North East could save regional economy £100m

Cigarettes
Calls to slash smoking rates to 5% by 2025 and help save the region millions of pounds and thousands of lives

Ceremony marks centenary of raising of Wearside artillery brigade

A gun crew from the 160th Wearside artillery brigade
Author spends 13 years tracking down history of North East's First World War gunners 'the idle and the dissolute'

Newcastle firms join forces to launch the Your Money personal advice service - sponsored feature

Journal Money experts, from left, Francesca Angelucci of Square One Law, Stephen Hall of Deloitte and Jo Jackson of Brewin Dolphin
Brewin Dolphin, Square One Law and Deloitte join forces to launch the Your Money advice service - sponsored feature

Carillion hold revenues steady at £4.1bn and build pre-tax profits to £142.6m

Carillion
Construction services firm cultivated a high quality order book and also revealed a £1.5bn contract to provide Scape Group with facilities management

Sir Richard Branson says Virgin Money could expand into business finance

Sir Richard Branson
Sir Richard was in Newcastle to promote Virgin StartUp and said the UK's business funding gap is an opportunity for his bank

Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer line up date at Newcastle City Hall

Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer have confirmed their first live tour in 20 years
The tour will be the first time the pair, famous for the likes of Shooting Stars, have been on the road together in 17 years

Hampton by Hilton Newcastle hotel complex opens its doors to public

The Hampton by Hilton Newcastle team, headed up by Paolo Franchi, General Manager
The multi-million pound hotel near Newcastle Central Station has opened to guests a month earlier than initially planned

Priceless Scottish treasures are on their way to Bede's World in Jarrow

Bede's World volunteers set off to Scotland
Bede's World in Jarrow has been allowed to select for display incredible artefacts from the Burrell Collection

Bedlingtonshire Community High School slammed by Ofsted inspectors

Pupils sitting an exam updated
The Northumberland school has been heavily criticised by inspectors for its quality of teaching and pupil performance
Sir Bruce Keogh tops out the new specialist Emergency Care Hospital in Cramlington

NHS medical director to visit Cramlington's new £90m hospital

Sir Bruce Keogh will be at the state-of-the-art emergency care facility on Wednesday to meet doctors and staff

Missing Newsham and New Delaval war memorial rediscovered in Northumberland archives

Dora Warwick, Annie Hutchinson and Jack Jackson who all have relatives marked on the newly discovered war memorial at Woodhorn Colliery museum
Families of the deceased appealed for help in solving the 'mystery' of the lost tribute and it was uncovered in Woodhorn Museum

Newcastle schools 'should do more' to ensure science city legacy

The Science Central Building
MP Chi Onwurah believes schools and the Government need to work together to get more pupils taking up triple science at GCSE

Greggs reports record profits, up 41%, of £58.3m

Greggs updated
The Newcastle bakery giant says it is confident that it can keep up its impressive results in 2015
Carillion

Carillion hold revenues steady at £4.1bn and build pre-tax profits to £142.6m

Construction services firm cultivated a high quality order book and also revealed a £1.5bn contract to provide Scape Group with facilities management

Greggs profits up 41% as food-on-the-go strategy pays off in stronger economy

Greggs on Neville Street, Newcastle City Centre
Newcastle bakers are now selling around £1m in coffees every week as weather has helped an "exceptional" performance over the last year

Commercial Property focus: Restricted supply of North East 'Big Sheds'

The former M&S unit at North Tyneside
Following a record-breaking 2014 for industrial space take-up, the market is facing a dearth of big sheds

Plummeting exploration is threatening the future of North Sea oil

An oil rig in the North Sea
Oil price crash and decline in production have led to historical lows in exploratory wells being sunk
Missing Newsham and New Delaval war memorial rediscovered in Northumberland archives

Missing Newsham and New Delaval war memorial rediscovered in Northumberland archives

Families of the deceased appealed for help in solving the 'mystery' of the lost tribute and it was uncovered in Woodhorn Museum

Newcastle schools 'should do more' to ensure science city legacy

Newcastle schools 'should do more' to ensure science city legacy
MP Chi Onwurah believes schools and the Government need to work together to get more pupils taking up triple science at GCSE

Colin Gregg, son of Greggs bakers founder, in court today on indecent assault charges

Colin Gregg, son of Greggs bakers founder, in court today on indecent assault charges
Former headteacher Colin Gregg is set to appear at Newcastle Magistrates' Court today accused of 26 historic sex offences
John Carver has to prove that he can improve Newcastle United - and the process starts now

John Carver has to prove that he can improve Newcastle United - and the process starts now

John Carver has some glorious memories of beating Manchester United but it's the present which is the biggest concern

Gateshead 3-1 Wrexham: Gary Mills delighted with Heed's response

Gateshead 3-1 Wrexham: Gary Mills delighted with Heed's response
Gateshead boss Gary Mills was pleased with his side's character as they battled back to beat Wrexham 3-1 at the International Stadium

Mike Ashley and the battle for Rangers: What does it mean for Newcastle United?

Mike Ashley and the battle for Rangers: What does it mean for Newcastle United?
Rangers' EGM on Friday is at the end of a big week for Mike Ashley, with the minutes of the Fans Forum and accounts also set for release
Europe frontman Joey Tempest

Europe singer Joey Tempest looks ahead to weekend Newcastle gig

Black Star Riders and Europe join forces for what promises to be a pulsating double bill at Newcastle O2 Academy

Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer line up date at Newcastle City Hall

Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer have confirmed their first live tour in 20 years
The tour will be the first time the iconic comedy duo have been on the road together in two decades

Review: Six at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead

The interior of Six at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
Reviewing Six at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead is a labour of love for Robert Gibson
The interior of Six at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

Review: Six at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead

Reviewing Six at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead is a labour of love for Robert Gibson

Secret Diner Review: Newcastle's historic Grainger Market food stalls

The Grainger Market in Newcastle
Amid the greengrocers, butchers and purveyors of a wide range of goods, Secret Diner finds the Grainger Market caters for a refined palate

Northumbrian Smokehouse is smoking out fantastic flavours beside the Tyne

Steve Peart from Wallsend who runs Northumberland smoke house from his garage
Former social worker Steve Peart has made a successful business out of smoking and Price Charles would probably approve

Footballer Adam Johnson on bail after being arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16

Sunderland and England player has been suspended by the club after being questioned by police on Monday

Celebrity Big Brother receives nearly three thousands complaints but Ofcom not investigating

Channel 5 show will not be investigated even though it had 2,736 complaints including 715 about Perez Hilton's behaviour

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Sir Richard Branson

Sir Richard Branson says Virgin Money could expand into business finance

Amanda Vigar, of V&A Vigar & Co (Darlington) LLP and Mohammed Bashir and Christine Bell, of Boro Taxis. Picture: Keith Taylor

Stewart McNicholl is named as North East young director of the year

Durham Cathedral gives up its secrets as Open Treasures attraction takes shape

 
 

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