North East leaders to put forward proposals to Cities Minister Greg Clarke MP before negotiating with the Chancellor
Paul Linford on David Cameron's unexpected comments about his own future - and what it means for the election and beyond
RICS launch campaign to encourage more North East women to consider surveying as a career option, in a bid to tackle workforce diversity issues
Police and paramedics were called to the hotel on Newcastle's City Road following concerns for the 31-year-old
Around 1,500 fans watched in delight as the Robins booked a money-spinning FA Vase final spot at Wembley Stadium in London
The achievements of women in the food and drink sector will be celebrated at a popular festival in Northumberland
Andreas Lubitz had reportedly been battling mental health and had taken a long break in his pilot training
Today those five-centuries-old bones will finally be sealed beneath a stone slab; everyone might calm down"
An event that passed largely unremarked as I was growing up in the 1960s, when substantial numbers of World War I veterans were still alive"
We support them, I was told, because it stops one person being typecast and taken for granted"
Ross Poldark is filling the pages of newspapers and dominating what the Americans call water-cooler conversation"
I can cite the reasonably good excuse that the British Empire had largely disappeared before I could get around to devoting myself to it"
Twice in my life I’ve lost the roof over my head. At two months I was carried from a home repossessed by the bank after my father’s business crashed"
Memories of the toddler full of boundless confidence and showbiz pizazz, the teenager who gave me a tough time, the young woman who terrorised my doctors"
Most bullies, louts and oafs back down when confronted. It’s the silence of everyone else that too often allows them to get away with it"
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