The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle

North East tourism bosses hoping more people will explore the region's hidden gems

Tourism bosses are hoping the recent announcement that Newcastle has been named as the UK’s favourite city will help bring more visitors to the North East

90 jobs lost as Tinsley Special Products enters administration

Tinsley Special Products
The firm has entered into administration just months after securing £3.5m Regional Growth Fund money

Chambers of Commerce unite and call on Chancellor to back £15bn One North proposal

James Ramsbotham
One North is a 16-year plan to boost transport infrastructure and northern Chambers are calling on George Osborne to back it in Autumn Statement

North East shoreline recovery project will enrol pupils as marine explorers

A youngster investigates marine life on the County Durham coast
As the Durham coastline recovers from decades of tipping of mining waste, youngsters from Sunderland primary schools will take part in the North Sea Explorers venture

Women in Newcastle are paid 15.8% less than men as gender pay gap widens

The gender pay gap in Newcastle has widened
Female wages left trailing way behind those of their male counterparts - despite a national trend which sees pay becoming more equal

Students get a taste of life in Kenya to prepare them for life in the global jobs market

Northumberland Church of England Academy have won an International School Award after a group of students travelled to Kenya earlier in the year
The Northumberland Church of England Academy has been handed an International School Award for its links overseas

Most Influential 2014: The Journal reveals the North East's movers and shakers

The Journal Most Influential 2014
The North East's most influential people in business are revealed in the 2014 edition of The Journal's Most Influential

Hexham land lady blames pub chain for ending a dream

Moya and Keith Burn from Seghill who lost a small fortune on a pub they used to run
The former boss of the Coach and Horses says artificially high alcohol prices forced her out

Newcastle University graduate launches business of healthy breakfast snacks with her best friend

Lucy Wright and Anna Mackenzie founders of Cuckoo, a muesli-based breakfast pot
Lucy Wright and best friend Anna Mackenzie launched their own muesli brand Cuckoo and sold their first pot in Selfridges

Lawyer of the Year shared by nine campaigning North East solicitors

Lawyer of the Year: L-R Graham Lowes, Helen Ager,Nigel Barnes, Verity Dobbie, Paul Dunn, Allan Devine and Lewis Pearson
Fight against cuts to legal aid recognised at Newcastle Law Society's annual awards

Award joy for Crafter's Companion founder Sara Davies

Sara Davies of Crafter's Companion
Sara Davies, 30, is also shortlisted for two other awards - fresh from being a finalist at the Journal's North East Business Executive of the Year

Warning made over performance gap between North East state and private schools

Figures showing the top performing North East schools have been revealed

Victory for greenbelt campaigners at Hexham - but only until 2031

Shaws Field, in Hexham
Greenbelt campaigners at Hexham are celebrating a victory amid proposals to preserve a site's protected status - but only until 2031

Whitley Bay school pupils plot impact of First World War on the community

Part of the Rockcliffe Remembers project
Pupils at Rockliffe First School in Whitley Bay have researched fallen First World War soldiers from neighbourhood streets

North East city leaders meet with top Tory over devolution

North East councillors with the Rt Hon William Hague MP
Core Cities leaders met with William Hague but warnings are sounded the Government must see the regional picture

Warkworth residents form action group amid overdevelopment fears

Members of the One Voice for Warkworth action group
Residents at Warkworth have formed an action group amid fears over the level of housing development being proposed there
The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle

North East tourism bosses hoping more people will explore the region's hidden gems

Tourism bosses are hoping the recent announcement that Newcastle has been named as the UK’s favourite city will help bring more visitors to the North East

North East shoreline recovery project will enrol pupils as marine explorers

A youngster investigates marine life on the County Durham coast
As the Durham coastline recovers from decades of tipping of mining waste, youngsters from Sunderland primary schools will take part in the North Sea Explorers venture

Hilton Dawson: If 23 had been 42 and I'd won the lottery what would I have done?

National Lottery champagne flutes
Journal columnist and former MP Hilton Dawson says we can all win the lottery - even if our numbers don't come up

Chambers of Commerce unite and call on Chancellor to back £15bn One North proposal

James Ramsbotham
One North is a 16-year plan to boost transport infrastructure and northern Chambers are calling on George Osborne to back it in Autumn Statement
The Journal Most Influential 2014 live

Most Influential 2014: The Journal list of the North East's movers and shakers

The North East's most influential people in business are revealed in the 2014 edition of The Journal's Most Influential

Business Supplement: Proud to Back Apprenticeships - Filling the Skills Gap

Proud to Back Apprenticeships
Read our 16 page supplement that reports what is being done in the North East to address the skills gap issue

90 jobs lost as Tinsley Special Products enters administration

Tinsley Special Products
The firm has entered into administration just months after securing £3.5m Regional Growth Fund money

Lawyer of the Year shared by nine campaigning North East solicitors

Lawyer of the Year: L-R Graham Lowes, Helen Ager,Nigel Barnes, Verity Dobbie, Paul Dunn, Allan Devine and Lewis Pearson
Fight against cuts to legal aid recognised at Newcastle Law Society's annual awards
NHS workers go on strike for second time in month in protest over pay conditions

NHS workers go on strike for second time in month in protest over pay conditions

Health workers joined picket lines in protest at the Government’s decision not to give a recommended across the board 1% pay rise

Multi-million pound plans to develop The Gates shopping centre in Durham are unveiled

Multi-million pound plans to develop The Gates shopping centre in Durham are unveiled
The shopping centre, that sits on the banks of the River Wear, has not been developed since it was opened in 1975

Police appeal after four ducks found dead in Gateshead allotments

Police appeal after four ducks found dead in Gateshead allotments
The feathered animals are believed to have been killed after the culprits broke into the allotments in Content Street, Winlaton
Newcastle United history QUIZ: Test your knowledge of all things black and white

Newcastle United history QUIZ: Test your knowledge of all things black and white

There are ten questions with four possible answers find out if you are a Magpies mastermind or an NUFC numpty

Newcastle United RECAP: All the latest news and views on everything NUFC

Newcastle United RECAP: All the latest news and views on everything NUFC
Keep up to date with everything Newcastle United in our live blog, featuring news, views and opinions from around the world, for November 24, 2014

Jack Colback says that Newcastle United winning run is for club's fans

Jack Colback says that Newcastle United winning run is for club's fans
Newcastle United midfield ace overwhelmed by support of team after bad opening to Premier League campaign
Alexandra Tahnee, Ruth Johnson, Alice Blundell and Michael Blair in The Christmas Grump

Review: The Christmas Grump at Northern Stage until January 3, 2015

Northern Stage's The Christmas Grump is an inventive take on a Charles Dickens classic for the very young

Jersey Boys makes its North East premiere at Sunderland Empire

Sam Ferriday, Stephen Webb, Matt Corner and Lewis Griffiths in Jersey Boys
We chat to Sam Ferriday, who plays Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys at Sunderland Empire

Review: Lady Gaga Artrace: The Artpop Ball, Metro Radio Arena

Lady Gaga performs onstage during her artRave: The Artpop Ball tour
Connie Rusk says the the eccentric pop artist was in fine form as she came to Tyneside to entertain little monsters faithful
Restaurant owner Peter Smith from Grapevine, Whitley Bay is taking part in the Streetsmart campaign

How to dine out and help the homeless with StreetSmart scheme

Sixteen North East restaurants are participating in the StreetSmart scheme to help the homeless over the festive season. Bridget McClean reports

Secret Diner Review: Electric East, St James Boulevard, Newcastle

Electric East
Our candid restaurant critic visits Electric East to sample its promised innovative dishes from Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand

Northern Alchemy brewing a name for itself among Newcastle's top bars and pubs

Carl Kennedy and Andy Aitchison (wearing cap) of Northern Alchemy Brewing Company at their brewery at the Cumberland Arms, Byker
Northern Alchemy makes unusual and wickedly flavoured craft beers from its similarly unusual home
UKIP Leader Nigel Farage (left) with Mark Reckless

Morning news headlines: UKIP gain second MP; Labour shadow minister resigns; £3bn bill for Westminster

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Lawyer of the Year: L-R Graham Lowes, Helen Ager,Nigel Barnes, Verity Dobbie, Paul Dunn, Allan Devine and Lewis Pearson

Lawyer of the Year shared by nine campaigning North East solicitors

Lady Gaga performs onstage during her artRave: The Artpop Ball tour

Review: Lady Gaga Artrace: The Artpop Ball, Metro Radio Arena

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Humewood, 16 Argyle Street, Alnmouth, Northumberland

Property gallery: Alnmouth home provides the perfect seaside retreat

 
 

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