A packed programme of events all over the North East has been booked to ensure youngsters can still enjoy the Seven Stories experience
Built in 1939 using materials from a decommissioned ship on the River Tyne, this attractive period home is one of a kind
Here are a few of the North East's top spot ideas for dining al fresco this summer, as long as the weather stays fine
Northumbria University students have presented their visions of how Gibside Hall can be brought back into use
A 140-year-old Scots pine in grounds of the National Trust property has been officially announced as Britain's tallest
Washington-based damp-proofing firm DTC have been appointed help maintain National Trust properties
Gateshead Council on the look out for prospective hotel operators who would be interested in opening what it describes as a 'destination' hotel
A Grade II listed home in Rowlands Gill which dates back to around 1600 has come onto the market
The National Trust may open a pub at its historic Gibside estate near Rowlands Gill if a planning application gets approved
The Lindisfarne Gospels visit to the region led the way at the North East tourism awards last night
A community project to investigae the natural and industrial history of the Derwent Valley has been backed by lottery cash
National Trust property Wallington features in this week's edition of the Beano with star Dennis the Menace climbing the Nootka Cypress tree
Next week, scientists working with 25 wildlife organisations will release a major State of Nature report which takes stock of species across the UK
GASTRONOMIC treats galore await visitors to The Journal’s latest food and drink festival.
Hannah Davies speaks to a South African photographer who has fallen in love with the North’s wild beauty.
HANNAH Davies leads the way through the tangled romantic history of Gibside to a backdrop of stunning Vivienne Westwood clothes.
A WATERCOLOUR masterpiece depicting a Northumberland landmark fetched almost £3m at auction last night.
STEWART Bell of Chester-le-Street won yesterday’s Fruit Bowl Trail Race at Gibside Estate, for the fourth successive year.
A SHAKE-UP of heritage lottery funding has been demanded by MPs after it emerged the North-East receives the third least in the country.
ONE of the North-East’s finest views may soon have a £2.5m price tag slapped on it.