The last time hen harriers nested successfully in the North Pennines was in 2006. In Northumberland, it was 2008
Gold ornament set to be reunited with 4,300-year old twin at Great North Museum in Newcastle
Finds link Kirkhaugh burial to the Amesbury Archer at Stonehenge - and the first metal working in Britain
Earlier this year, Alston-based South Tynedale Railway was handed £4.2m from the Heritage Lottery Fund
Director of the Tyne Rivers Trust , Susan Mackirdy, is to cycle 204 miles to mark the 10th birthday of the organisation
Irresponsible fly-tippers have illegally dumped a bed along part of the National Cycle Network in Northumberland
Help in safeguarding rare grassland sites in the North East has come from a £300,000 regional share of a national project
It’s that time again! The organisers of Haltwhistle Walking Festival have unveiled their consistently varied programme for Spring 2014
A charity Quiz night at the General Havelock Inn (Haydon Bridge) will take place on Tuesday November 12th at 8.15pm
Make a day of it in Western Tynedale and visit the 27th Annual Art & Craft Fair in Haltwhistle
A Northumberland couple who make produce from alpaca wool have been given funding to open a shop
An RAF helicopter has lifted a stone obelisk into place to mark the source of the North Tyne and to give strength to those affected by cancer
The Autumn Haltwhistle Walking Festival is fast approaching and due to start on 5th October
Preparations are now well underway for the 27th Annual Art & Craft Fair in Haltwhistle taking place in the Masonic Hall
The excellent sport at Whittle Dene continued this week with catch returns featuring 10lb of skimmers up to Malcolm Wilkinson’s 26lb of skimmers
WHAT is a real rarity nowadays – a monster pike – has been caught on the River Tyne.
Tony Henderson on new leases of life for two village landmarks.
The homemaker team visits a selection of homes for sale across the North.
GEORGE BARKER took advantage of the better sport on the Bywell Syndicate beat to reel in a 17lb sea-liced beauty.
GREEN campaigners who battled against the controversial Byker incinerator in Newcastle have launched a new battle to stop a similar facility being built south of the Tyne.