Move into Sport is launching a new series of beginners’ sports courses for people with disabilities and their carers
The 32-year-old gold medallist is preparing to defend his title at the European Championships on Tuesday
Gold-medal-winning paralympian Dame Sarah Storey will be hoping for a win in the 2014 Curlew Cup, part of the Virgin Money Cyclone in Northumberland
Paralympic hero Stephen Miller accepted the Freedom of Cramlington award at a special ceremony last night
Paralympic champion Stephen Miller is encouraging other disabled children to follow in his footsteps after setting up a new sports scheme.
Top disabled golfer Kevin Harmison feels he's being denied support by his sponsors Sweetspot
Golden paralympian Josef Craig arrived home to a warm welcome after smashing his own world record
34-year-old won four gold medals at last years Paralympic Games and will take part in the Tyne Tunnel 2k Race on the evening of September 13
Paralympic hero Josef Craig has beaten his own world record and been crowned world champion
Educators, fundraisers, lifesavers, entertainers and the man who gave his name to the “God particle” have all been recognised in the New Year’s Honours List
THE queues outside Northern Rock may have disappeared, but today The Journal calls for the North’s support for the bank to stay as strong as ever.
CONSTRUCTION industry leaders have teamed up to help the region's builders sign up to a manifesto hoped to make the industry stronger.
THE Tartan Games incorporated the Celebral Palsy (CP) Sport Grand Prix, which this year had the added importance of being an IPC-ratified event with athletes chasing qualification for the Beijing Olympics.
British rider Bradley Wiggins hailed the rebirth of the Tour de France after an estimated one million fans lined the streets of London to create a huge carnival atmosphere.
The North-East's cultural renaissance was yesterday recognised in Parliament as a top minister expressed hope that Gordon Brown will provide funding to underpin its future.
Young disabled athletes will be hoping that success in the North-East will take them to the National Championships later this year.
An audacious bid to get the stars of the 2012 Olympics warming up for the event in Killingworth and North Shields has been revealed.
A star-studded gala evening tomorrow night will celebrate the new Great North Run Hall of Fame.
Paralympic champion Stephen Miller was last night crowned Sports Personality of the Year at Sport Newcastle's 30th annual awards dinner.
Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson, Britain's most successful Paralympian, will be one of six people to be inducted into the first ever Great North Run Hall of Fame.