All 14 entrances to the market, which marks its 180th year in October, are to be upgraded as part of the council's plans
Having a bite before the match took a lot longer - and was a lot more dramatic - than the Secret Diner bargained for
Amid the greengrocers, butchers and purveyors of a wide range of goods, Secret Diner finds the Grainger Market caters for a refined palate
We know more about wine than we used to but Newcastle Wine Fair aims to make us even more sophisticated
A host of events is planned around the campaign to encourage North East consumers to spend their pounds locally this Saturday
23 year-olds Simon Edwards and Robin Bilgil turned down well paid graduate jobs to launch their ingredients delivery business Shuttlecook
Schools to close, council buildings to shut, services will be suspended as thousands of workers plan to stage 24 hour walk out
The House of Tides on the Quayside opened its doors to guests ahead of the official public launch and food-lovers were anticipating big things
Celebrity chef Kenny Atkinson is opening his own restaurant, House of Tides in Newcastle on January 24. Jane Hall finds out what diners can expect
The first Small Business Saturday in the North East launches today, with people being encouraged to shop local at small businesses
It is eight years since Adam Marks put the heat into a cold December day when he sold his first jar of Mr Vikki’s Indian-inspired pickle at Penrith Christmas market
Eat! NewcastleGateshead returns on August 23 with two special events delivered by the wonderfully quirky Tea Owl and Pink Lane Coffee
Former Northumbria University psychology graduate Dan
Eha, 25, and personal trainer and nutritionist, Mathew Cockcroft, 27, have set up
Pure Pet Food
A city university graduate and his friend have launched a new dog food brand - which they claim is "good enough for humans to eat".
Oilseed rape growers Yellow Fields have been able to add to their rapeseed oil range – thanks to better than expected yields
ARTISTS are giving readers a visual treat in a series of flip books that are being stashed around libraries.
WITHIN a lifetime, the unthinkable happened along the River Tyne. The noise and seemingly ceaseless activity of the shipyards which lined the riverbanks has been replaced by relative silence, green parkland, new homes and commercial and leisure developments.
MARTIN Wharton, 63, has been the Bishop of Newcastle since 1997.
The farm shop at Widdrington Farm, Morpeth, is run by Sarah and Hugh Oakey.
FROM organic vegetables and fruit to home-cooked cuisine, the North-East is full of culinary gems.