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Gosforth Post Office move could damage high street, MP warns

Post Office

The Gosforth Post Office branch could be moved from its current location inside the shopping centre to a new base at nearby Salters Road

'Pompeii of the North' is found at County Durham excavation site

The bath house excavated at the site of Binchester Roman Fort, near Bishop Auckland, County Durham
Archaeologists have unearthed the “Pompeii of the north" at a County Durham excavation site

New minister urged to intervene over Northumberland transport charges

Berwick’s Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate Julie Pörksen
New education minister Nicky Morgan has been asked to halt Northumberland County Council's decision to introduce transport charges for students

Salsa cafe and tapas bar to be wound up after closure

Salsa has been closed since July 8
Popular Newcastle independent bar and restaurant the Salsa Cafe has ceased trading after 18 years in business

Hitachi reveal next generation train to be built in North East

Hitachi photo of a mock-up of Hitachi Rail Europe's AT200 train
Hitachi Rail Europe have revealed images of a new commuter train to be built at its Newton Aycliffe plant

No talks between West Ham and Newcastle United for striker Andy Carroll

Andy Carroll during a West Ham United training session at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand
Former Newcastle United striker Andy Carroll is happy in London - and not looking for a move back to Tyneside
Sasha White from Barratts at the public enquiry into housing development, in the Morpeth area

Developer lays into council as planning inquiry gets underway in Northumberland

A developer hoping to build 400 homes at Morpeth has laid into Northumberland County Council at the opening of a public inquiry

Architecture students win Northumberland visitor centre awards

Megan Carmichael, Sill project manager Stuart Evans, and Matthew Glover
As part of their third year project work, architecture students at Northumbria University were tasked with creating designs for The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre

Gosforth Post Office move could damage high street, MP warns

Post Office
The Gosforth Post Office branch could be moved from its current location inside the shopping centre to a new base at nearby Salters Road

Parking misery for Blyth beach revellers as cars are given tickets

Traffic warden giving out parking tickets at Blyth Beach
Fun in the sun at Blyth beach turned sour when traffic wardens showed-up and gave all the cars tickets
John Dickson and Nicola Loose

The search for this year's Tyneside and Northumberland leading light

Run by The Journal in association with The Gazette on Teesside, the North East Business Executive of the Year awards celebrate the great role models of the business world

Power to the people: How crowdfunding is changing the shape of business investment

Anastacia of Indiegogo on stage at Campus North
We explore the merits of a relatively new funding phenomenon that is taking the business world by storm

How Newcastle University graduate is making a business from hyperlapse film technology

Stills taken from Newcastle In Motion by Jack Fisher
22-year-old Jack Fisher who wowed the city with a video of iconic Tyneside sites discusses how his business is growing rapidly

SME demand triggers new division at Synergi IT

Peter Joynson of Synergi
The division, fronted by director and technology expert Justin Short, has been established to focus on Microsoft SharePoint services
Andy Carroll scores for West Ham United against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light

Neil Cameron: Why Andy Carroll and Newcastle United shouldn't get back together

The former local hero is a good guy and a great player - but his old club has moved on and he no longer fits the bill for what they need up front

James Hunter: Sunderland must find a balance between quality AND quantity in their recruitment programme

Gus Poyet manager of Sunderland
Gus Poyet is concentrating on improving the quality of his squad, but James Hunter argues the numbers must also stack up

No talks between West Ham and Newcastle United for striker Andy Carroll

Andy Carroll during a West Ham United training session at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand
Former Newcastle United striker Andy Carroll is happy in London - and not looking for a move back to Tyneside
Durham and England cricketer Paul Collingwood visiting Acomb First School.Howszat!!! Durham and England cricketer Paul Collingwood visiting Acomb First School.

Ashes winner Paul Collingwood inspires schoolchildren on Hexham visit

Durham captain gives lesson in fair sportsmanship to Northumberland school pupils

Calum MacLeod has chance to make his mark for Durham Jets

Calum MacLeod of Durham Jets in action
Tonight's Twenty20 game against Northamptonshire marks the start of the most important part of Calum MacLeod's Durham career

Newcastle Falcons strengthen their side as they announce Kane Thompson signing

Kane Thompson
Newcastle Falcons boost their forward ranks with the signing of Kane Thompson
Crowds turned out to watch Frozen, part of Monument Movies

Fun in the sun as Monument Movies returns to Newcastle

Crowds kicked-back in deck chairs to enjoy Disney's Frozen on the big screen in Newcastle City Centre

Salsa Cafe in Newcastle city centre closes its doors

Salsa has been closed since July 8
Westgate Road restaurant closed without warning after 18 years of trading

Ex Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant includes Newcastle date on winter tour

Robert Plant performing on the Pyramid Stage at the Glastonbury Festival
Ex Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant is taking to the road in support of a new album, which will bring him to Newcastle in November
Salsa has been closed since July 8

Salsa Cafe in Newcastle city centre closes its doors

Westgate Road restaurant closed without warning after 18 years of trading

Music expert Chris Phipps launches menu with a difference in former bank vault

Monthly Eat It! nights in new Newcastle city centre bar and restaurant will combine music and themed food

Artisan run ice cream parlours offer luxury ice cream in the North East

Ice cream at Spurelli in Amble, Northumberland
Summer’s here. Time then to indulge in an artisan ice cream – something the North East excels in. Jane Hall has the scoop

Videos & Photos

Stills taken from Newcastle In Motion by Jack Fisher

How Newcastle University graduate is making a business from hyperlapse film technology

Crowds turned out to watch Frozen, part of Monument Movies

Fun in the sun as Monument Movies returns to Newcastle

Artists impression of the Hitachi Newton Aycliffe facility

Watch how Newcastle firm use drone technology to showcase Hitachi construction

 
 
Michael Schumacher with wife Corinne

Michael Schumacher now able to communicate with his family 'by fluttering his eye-lashes'

Formula One legend making such good progress he might be allowed home by the end of next month

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A toy is placed at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
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Live: Updates following the Malaysia Airlines crash as anger grows over "disrespectful" treatment of bodies by rebels

President Putin offers investigators secure access to wreckage, while the US claims to have damning evidence of Russian involvement in downing of flight

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