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Cancer diagnosis delays cost toddler her eye sight believes Hexham mum

Dominique Dowson, 19 months, with mum Leanne Dodd

19-month-old Dominique Dowson from Hexham had to undergo an operation to remove her eye after she developed cancer

Sixty eight jobs at risk in Berwick as factory work goes to Poland

Allan Brothers at Berwick
Sixty eight jobs could be lost at Allan Brothers in Berwick with part of the production set to move to Poland

Suspended jail term for shamed Northumberland solicitor

Former solicitor Frances Louise Brough
A shamed solicitor who breached an order when she demanded her dog back from her parents has received a suspended jail term

UKIP leader Nigel Farage warns Labour: We are coming after you

Nigel Farage on stage at the Sage, Gateshead
UKIP leader Nigel Farage told party members and potential voters that he is deliberately targeting Labour voters in the North East

Alan Pardew's end-of-season summit with Mike Ashley is key

Alan Pardew
David Moyes' availability adds intrigue to Alan Pardew's end of season meeting with Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley

Phil Bardsley remains open to staying at Sunderland

Phil Bardsley of Sunderland
Contract talks are not dead for Scotland defender Phil Bardsley who is still open to staying on Wearside to play with the Black Cats next season
Allan Brothers at Berwick

Sixty eight jobs at risk in Berwick as factory work goes to Poland

Sixty eight jobs could be lost at Allan Brothers in Berwick with part of the production set to move to Poland

North East MP hits out at Northern Rock Foundation Snub by Virgin

Blaydon MP Dave Anderson
Labour MP Dave Anderson was among many who spoke out about Virgin Money's decision to axe funding to the Northern Rock Foundation

Sunderland University student set to give Buffy the Vampire Slayer talk in USA

Chloe Campbell, 21, is flying off to Chicago to talk to an audience about Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Sunderland University student Chloe Campbell has been invited to speak about feminism in TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer at a conference in Chicago

Health bosses defend plans to change North East mental health services

St. Nicholas Hospital in Gosforth
Health chiefs have insisted that changes planned for mental health services are needed and in the best interests of patients
Intellectual Property

Business Supplement: Intellectual Property

Ideas are the lifeblood of every successful business. Protecting, developing and exploiting those ideas is key. Taking the right approach to intellectual property rights can protect those ideas

Border firms invited to network at Kelso Racecourse event

Racing at Kelso Racecourse
The event - open to businesses in the Borders, Northumberland, Dumfries & Galloway and the Lothians - will be held in the Pavilion Marquee, Kelso Racecourse, between noon and 3pm

Sunderland event to help pair firms with graduates

The National Glass Centre in Sunderland
Sunderland companies are invited to find out more about how highly skilled graduates can help their businesses grow at a network event this month

Muckle LLP launch year of Toma Fund support

Hugh Welch, Senior Partner, Muckle LLP
Muckle LLP has chosen to support Gateshead-based Toma Fund as its main charity to benefit from 12 months of support and fundraising
Sunderland's home ground, the Stadium of Light

The Agenda: Sunderland reach a crossroads ahead of survival Sunday

Chief sportswriter Mark Douglas reckons that Sunday is Sunderland's biggest day for years as the Black Cats' fight for their future

Alan Pardew's end-of-season summit with Mike Ashley is key

Alan Pardew
David Moyes' availability adds intrigue to Alan Pardew's end of season meeting with Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley

Phil Bardsley remains open to staying at Sunderland

Phil Bardsley of Sunderland
Contract talks are not dead for Scotland defender Phil Bardsley who is still open to staying on Wearside to play with the Black Cats next season
Durham's Chris Rushworth traps Somerset's Chris Jones

Home pitch still puzzles Paul Collingwood as Durham held to another draw

Almost a year to the day after admitting he was befuddled by the Chester-le-Street pitch, Paul Collingwood was none the wiser yesterday

Chris Rushworth: A quick chat can teach you so much as a county cricketer

Steve Harmison in action
North East cricket fans will be able to pick the brains of Ryan Sidebottom and Stephen Harmison a week on Saturday. I can't wait to do the same

Newcastle Eagles chief believes North East derby play-off will help rivalry

Esh Group Eagles chief Paul Blake
Regional rivalry is only a good thing for North East basketball believes Newcastle Eagles chief Paul Blake
Cast members Sargon Yelda and Paul Hickey in Incognito by Nick Payne

Review: Incognito at Live Theatre, Newcastle

Nick Payne's new play should see Live Theatre with another hit on its hands as Sam Wonfor reports

Review: Pygmalion, Theatre Royal, Newcastle

Alistair McGowan in a scene from Pygmalion
Alistair McGowan leads the cast as Henry Higgins in George Bernhard Shaw's classic. Julian Laffin caught the show

Review: Michael Nyman Band, Hall One Sage Gateshead

Composer Michael Nyman
The celebrated composer Michael Nyman celebrates his 70th year with a concert on Tyneside at The Sage Gateshead. Rob Barnes went along
The new Lane7 bowling alley in Newcastle

Secret Diner Review: Lane7, St James's Boulevard, Newcastle

The Secret Diner has found burger heaven in the heart of Newcastle at a brand new bowling alley

Ringtons tea company steeped in the past with eyes on the future

Ringtons tea deliveries in are still popular in the North East
Tea company Ringtons' history is a long one, but there's nothing old-fashioned about the century-old Tyneside-based beverage firm's approach to its work as Jane Hall discovers

Learn how to make a classic creme brule

Raspberry Creme Brulee from Purnell's Bistro, Birmingham
Special recipe from Michelin-starred chef Glyn Purnell

Videos & Photos

Nigel Farage on stage at the Sage, Gateshead

UKIP leader Nigel Farage warns Labour: We are coming after you

North East Business Awards 2014: All the companies in the running for top prizes at next month's awards

Able Seaman Edward Warringtom from Jesmond on-board HMS Tyne

North East Royal Navy reservist returns home aboard warship HMS Tyne

 
 
National news

Morning news headlines for April 24, 2014

Everything you need to stay up to date around the globe

David Moyes sacked: No thanks for players as Moyes breaks silence

Fired boss releases statement day after being fired from Manchester United job

Dying teenage cancer patient Stephen Sutton completes bucket list after raising £1million for charity

Stephen Sutton
Generous well-wishers completed his aim of raising the seven-figure sum for the Teenage Cancer Trust after 19-year-old posted emotional final message from his hospital bed

David Moyes sacked by Manchester United: Fans angry at 'PR shambles'

Scot's nine-month reign as Alex Ferguson's successor confirmed following season of woe

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