Dutch yactsman Ed Megens on how he and his countrymen fell in love with Newcastle and its new city marina
Husband and wife Tony and Anne Lapping have lived in their beautiful country home near the charming village of Corbridge for the past two decades
The Lene Sono – Latin for ‘gentle sound’ – will help young people with the Ocean Youth Trust North sail
Teens and young people are undergoing treatment for cancer but it hasn't stopped them taking on a trip with the famous yachtswoman
The crew of the superyacht Sovereign have finally said their farewells to Tyneside
A double funding boost has been handed to sailing clubs on Tyneside
Three bodies have been found in the River Tyne in Northumberland after a family kayaking trip failed to return home
Seahouses lifeboat team had an unusual morning after an unexpected Royal visitor clashed with a callout
A lifeboat crew were called out to help a lone yachtman in difficulty off the Northumberland coast
Exactly a century ago, the fledgling Pathe News, pioneers of the cinema newsreel, hot-footed it to Tyneside to record a drama on the river
The floods which have left many homes and businesses underwater in the South of the country have led to anger at the Environment Agency
A fisherman died in hospital after he suffered serious head injuries when he fell into the water and became trapped between the dock and a trawler at the Royal Quays
The latest news from the North East's sea angling scene
Mike Jobson’s career has taken him from London to Lagos. He talks to FRANCESCA CRAGGS about boosting business in Northumberland and why he’s returned to his North East roots
Gregg Lambert from Catterick tried his hand at night fishing for the first time on the Bishop Auckland AC water and had a superb 9lb 8oz lb fresh run sea trout on a black and silver tube
Fresh concerns about hazards of rivers after fishermen tell how they pulled a youngster from chilly water on warm day
The 10 students from Burnside Business and Enterprise College in Wallsend will board the ship, James Cook, at Tynemouth, and spend seven days at sea
THE lifeboat at the centre of a maritime disaster that claimed nine lives made a poignant return to its home port more than half a century after the tragedy.
SAFETY experts have hit out after a coach carrying around 40 people tried to cross the Holy Island causeway while it was under several foot of water.
AN audio-visual attraction involving 50 seagoing vessels, three brass bands and a foghorn was never going to be all plain sailing.