Nineteen people and a band are to be celebrated with plaques on Newcastle and Gateshead quaysides
A host of household names have opened up about what the region means to them for a book to raise money for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation
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Sting's new album and first stage musical turned his thoughts to Wallsend. David Whetstone caught up with him in New York
TELEVISION and film director Gavin Taylor, who worked with some of the greatest stars in music, has died at the age of 72.
THEATRE-GOERS will be the first to hear an early preview of a new song by Sting.
A NEW album by Sting will include his first new material for eight years and draw heavily on his Tyneside upbringing and shipbuilding memories.
THIS computer-animated adventure introduces us to the thankless existence of the humble honeybee.
THE sound of 20,000 Voices will be spreading peace and goodwill at The Alnwick Garden today.
Classic rockers The Police were confirmed today as headliners for one of the country’s top music festivals.
THIS week marks the 40th anniversary of one of the important events in the recent history of the North-East.
MANY moons ago I considered myself to be reasonably fit and certainly a lot more supple than I am right now, recently even finding it difficult to touch my toes.
THE frenetic live music season that is autumn gets a kick-start next weekend, when there is a distinct emphasis on guitar-playing.
The founder of the low-cost airline easyJet will share the billing with three heroes of the North-East when he gets an honorary degree from a university in the region next month.
A chef who was unlawfully made redundant by North pop superstar Sting and his wife Trudie Styler after she became pregnant yesterday told how her redundancy "destroyed her world".
Customs officers have seized almost 14,000 cigarettes from a house in County Durham.
Music business EMI Group has agreed to be bought by private equity firm Terra Firma for £3.2bn including debt.
Kathryn Tickell's roots are in the North Tyne Valley of Northumberland, where many of her relatives still play traditional music.
Much of Cramlington as we know it dates back to the 1960s and 70s after it was designated a new town.
A former male stripper and drummer jailed for life for a savage attack on his landlord has died suddenly in Durham's top security Frankland Jail.