Exhibition Clay Journeys by Loretta Brangaza will be on show at Bede's World Jarrow until June 14: Twelve Apostles

New exhibition at Bede's World, Jarrow has water at its heart

Ceramicist Loretta Brangaza's Clay Journeys will be displayed at the popular attraction until June 14

A gold amulet ring which may have been a lucky charm for its owner

British Museum treasures on their way to Bede’s World in Jarrow

Bede's World in Jarrow is to stage a treasures exhibition with precious items being loaned from the British Museum

Bede's Great Bible returns to South Tyneside

Monks' bible returns to Bede’s World in Jarrow after 1,300 years

A full scale replica of a bible produced by monks at Jarrow has returned to Tyneside from Italy

teaser, Gordon Brown

Keep up the good work

Gordon Brown was yesterday told to get his wallet out for arts in the North-East or risk "enormous" damage to the region's cultural renaissance.

A1 delays

there will be disruption on the A1 on Tyneside next week to allow for repairs to road markings.

Children bring North treasures to light

Youngsters have been digging deep as part of the bid to win a third world heritage site for the North-East.

Trust for the future

A wildlife body which hit financial trouble has appointed a new director as it plots a recovery path.

Blue sky sunshine for all the holiday fun

Glorious sunshine and blue skies gave families an early taste of summer yesterday as they flocked to a variety of Easter Sunday events across the region.

Free theatre workshops

Free art and drama workshops for young people aged eight to 18 are being held in Blyth this month in a partnership project involving the Dreaming Egg Theatre Company and Blyth Valley Council.

Pub attack witnesses

Witnesses are being sought to an incident in which a man was taken to hospital after being struck on the head outside a pub in Blyth.

Man is cut from van

An elderly man had to be cut from his van after crashing into a lamppost yesterday.

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Business Quarter - Reaching for the stars

An engineering company has completed a £1m contract to provide a landmark feature as part of the redevelopment of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.

Nicholas Craig column

Woodhorn Mining Museum opens its doors this week. It aims to attract 75,000 visitors a year to south east Northumberland with its £16m new look.

13 centuries on, Bede's world gets even better

There was another boost yesterday for a site which is to be nominated for world heritage status

teaser, St Paul's in Jarrow

Backing for Bede

The international image of the North-East was given a huge boost today as the Government backed the region's bid for a third world heritage site.

Positive thinking

Now here's a positive thought: go on holiday in the North-East next year.

Sundial helps cast new light on Bede

A sundial where the observer becomes the pointer is to be unveiled at an historic site.

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