Salmon sport has been steady on the Bywell Syndicate beat on the Tyne recently.
The Jack Charlton Disabled Anglers Association's Children's Day at Sharpley Springs on Sunday attracted 42 entries and all the youngsters had a great day's fishing.
Tenants who fear they could be forced out of their £200,000 homes after the Duke of Northumberland sold off a number of his properties have set up an action group.
Good causes right across the region have received support from a North-East business.
The third EA/TAA Tyne Coarse Fishing Open was fished on Sunday as part of National Angling Week, this time including stretches of the North Tyne.
Environment Editor Tony Henderson visits a castle home and walled garden with a blooming good future.
A recent switch in careers saw Joyce Hunt exchange one nursery for another.
A motorist had a lucky escape after being shot in the side of the head on Gateshead's Felling bypass.
As water dries up in Folkestone, will the North have to bail out the South?
Campaigners who fought plans for two riverside apartment blocks are bracing themselves for an appeal against the decision to reject the development.
Tynedale Hunt meets Black Bull, Matfen 11am.
Local rivers are now all desperate for water to bring in runs of salmon and sea-trout.
It's gratifying to have sparked a discussion on wind turbines.
Paramedics at a rural station are having to use a car instead of an ambulance, because of lack of staff.
The Tyne produced an exceptional salmon this week - caught by Stuart Rose, from Leeds - and it was estimated weighing 35lb.
Northumberland as a county offers plenty for everyone, from the splendour of Hadrian's Wall and the National Park to the stunning coastline.
A successful grants scheme in the North-East is drawing to a close within the next few months and has £250,000 in grants to allocate before June.
Salmon and sea-trout have continued to enter the Tyne and catches made on the top main river beat Bywell Syndicate have now reached 93 fish for the season so far.