Gateshead-based charity Equal Arts is spreading the word about the value of creativity for people of all ages
The Journal Opinion for January 13 in which we look at the situation at some A&E departments in hospitals
Imtiaz Dharker, introduced to British readers by Hexham-based Bloodaxe Books, has won the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry
A&P in Hebburn build the flight deck and hanger for the new Queen Elizabeth II class aircraft carriers
The Queen demonstrated the British stiff upper lip with aplomb this week. When a little boy fainted yards from her, she didn't break sentence
QE in Gateshead invests £35,000 in a pilot 'dementia friendly' ward to help patients suffering with the condition
Lucy Duggan's family tell of disappointment as Martin Li's jail term and driving ban cut but say no sentence can bring back their girl
A new exhibition Auckland Castle heralds the arrival of a major new visitor attraction
The new High Sheriff of Northumberland has been "pricked" into action by the Queen in an ancient ceremony
The Queen's property company, the Crown Estate, announced last night that it had bought the land linked to Rio Tinto’s mothballed aluminium smelter
The Crown Estate have launched a £20m bid to take control of land linked to the mothballed aluminium smelter in Northumberland
Former MP and Port of Tyne chairman Sir Ian Wrigglesworth is preparing to take on his new title as Baron Wrigglesworth of Norton-on-Tees
Dedicated people who work to make communities better in the North East have been recognised in a range of fields spanning from education to sport
DESPITE not yet having turned 30, Matt Wells hopes to be one of Great Britain’s most experienced team members at the 2012 Olympics after finally ending his wait for a rowing medal in Beijing.
WITHIN a lifetime, the unthinkable happened along the River Tyne. The noise and seemingly ceaseless activity of the shipyards which lined the riverbanks has been replaced by relative silence, green parkland, new homes and commercial and leisure developments.
THE mother of a child who survived deadly brain bug meningitis is warning other parents to trust their instinct and act fast if their child falls ill.
A CHRISTMAS bumper crop of baby joy was delivered across the North.
MARTIN Wharton, 63, has been the Bishop of Newcastle since 1997.
A NEW £50m business park for the North-East is set to be developed on land in Stockton bought from excavator maker Caterpillar.
DEVELOPERS of the prestigious Surtees Business Park at Stockton, which has attracted top names including Aker Kvaerner and award-winning Brulines, has announced a twin, £50m development just a mile along the road.