Stories, music and re-enactments will tell the tale of the 17th Century storming of Newcastle
Canon Alan Hughes of Berwick - who is related to a Scottish king - will represent the Church of England in Edinburgh
People living along the England/Scotland border say they are in the dark over how this week's referendum will effect their lives
Theatre group looking for a leading lady for a play based on Victorian stories set in north Northumberland
Brazen thieves have stolen an England sign from the Scottish border in Northumberland
The rights are for single bank fishing on the south of the River Tyne between Stocksfield and Corbridge. including two large ponds nearby
Excavations are the latest in a series by the Flodden 500 Archaeological project and reveal true size of Northumberrland castle
A project launched to raise profile of Northumberland battlefields will help give a better understanding of the events that shaped history and heritage
The world of flyfishing has been rocked by angler Shamus Jennings who caught a monster salmon on the River Tweed
Stickers bearing the flag of Saint George were put on signs at various border communities in Northumberland – including Berwick, Norham, Horncliffe and Cornhill on Tweed – as well as Coldstream in Scotland
MARTIN Wharton, 63, has been the Bishop of Newcastle since 1997.
BUYERS wanting to escape to a true rural retreat should look at the Scottish Borders, where a range of new developments are springing up as the area grows in popularity.
A police investigation has been launched following a search operation after a red distress flare was spotted near the mouth of the River Tweed at Berwick.
A fisherman was rescued yesterday after taking to a life raft when his catamaran sank almost three miles off the mouth of the River Tweed.
A first step towards parts of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders being recognised as a Unesco World Heritage Site has been taken, cultural campaigners have announced.
Worried people living next to one of the North's most historic bridges are calling for urgent cash to prop it up, before it corrodes beyond repair.
From its early stirrings, the North-East was hugely associated with the Industrial Revolution and its regional iron, steel and coal industries have been one of the most consistent barometers of prosperity and depression.
Studies are to be carried out on plans for a new leisure marina for Berwick.
Cultural campaigners are calling for parts of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders to be designated a Unesco World Heritage Site because of their unique history and landscape.
Yet again coarse angling has been superb locally with waters still responding as though it were mid June.