An orchestral tribute to the Oscars is taking place at the Sage Gateshead with conductor Carl Davis at the helm as David Whetstone explains
The legendary show which has thrilled audiences around the world for more than two decades is coming to the Sunderland Empire
Newcastle United are back in the Premier League and Stephen Harmison has a lot of people he would like to thank - but the England cricketer warned Stuart Rayner there are still tough times ahead.
HOW are Hollywood veteran Mickey Rooney and his wife celebrating Christmas this year, 6,000 miles from home?
The farm shop at Widdrington Farm, Morpeth, is run by Sarah and Hugh Oakey.
COULD your property compete against the hottest new developments in the North-East?
FROM organic vegetables and fruit to home-cooked cuisine, the North-East is full of culinary gems.
ONE of the region’s top bosses has been pipped to the post for a prestigious national award.
A RANGE of events to celebrate World Mental Health Day (WMHD) today are taking place throughout the region.
THE builders’ Oscars are taking place and site manager Bill Beckwith is celebrating following the announcement that he will be representing the North- East.
HAIRDRESSERS in the Tees Valley are proving to be a cut above the rest, after reaching the finals of a national competition.
A TEESSIDE motor dealer fought off stiff competition from dealerships nationwide to be crowned number one in the industry at the trade’s annual awards.
KITCHEN table entrepreneur Jean Read has won a top national prize for the jam and chutney she makes at her Tyneside home.
MORPETH “cowboy” Brian Bradley, who runs Mr BBQ, is celebrating after winning a prestigious Great Taste Award.
NOWADAYS the term legendary, significantly diluted by overuse and often applied to some moderately successful musicians, has all but lost its true meaning.
TEESSIDE hair salon chain Contemporary is in the running for two top awards.
A SCHOOL cleaner hopes to become Top of the Mops, after making her way through to the Oscars of the cleaning industry.
One is the former vice-president of the United States, an Oscar winner and the most publicly recognisable face of the campaign against climate change; the other is a respected author and journalist who is one of the best known environmental campaigners in Britain.
Hat first? Outfit first? Is there an answer? Ask a milliner and you can guess the reply.
Belfast-born blues-rock guitarist Gary Moore arrives at Newcastle City Hall on Monday.