Journal columnist and poet Kate Fox says if EDL idiots had disrupted her and her friends they would have been peppered with rock buns
North East businessman Graham Robb on why we need to look past the nonsense in this most crucial of election years
If you've got something to say on a subject, just say it. It doesn't need to end with Yours Sincerely
Denise Robertson ponders why good political programmes on television are fast becoming a thing of the past
THIS was a Premier League match Sunderland simply had to win.
SHOWS like X Factor have diminished the power of a standing ovation.
That still does not justify using the language that he did.
As 2007 draws to a close and we look forward to 2008 with hope and just a little foreboding, nebusiness asks a few notable members of the North business community to express their feelings about the year past and the year ahead.
Girls just want to have fun in Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson’s revival of the naughty hockey stick-wielding minxes, first immortalised in the cartoons of Ronald Searle.
Back on the big screen after half a century is St Trinian’s.
HE came, he saw, but did he conquer? Well, Russell Brand did at least on stage last night at Sunderland Empire.
The Sunderland Empire is preparing to celebrate its 100th birthday in spectacular style.
One of the main approaches to the Tyne and Swing bridges has been closed for two days to allow for repair work on a leaking gas main.
Fiery chef Gordon Ramsay is the most admired man and Pete Doherty is at the bottom of the poll, according to a survey.
Which British Man Do You Most Admire?
Bond star Daniel Craig has been named Britain's best-dressed man - and comic Russell Brand the worst.
The UK will go Comic Relief crazy today when the funny fundraiser reaches its climax.
Millions of us mourned the loss of one of our favourite comic creations, the Vicar Of Dibley's chocolate-loving vicar Geraldine Granger, when the last episode of the hit sitcom aired at Christmas.
Northern Ireland police chief Sir Hugh Orde last night had the "complete and unequivocal" support of Ulster Secretary Peter Hain after it was revealed that he had fathered a secret love child.
Ant and Dec are in contention for three honours at the British Comedy Awards.