The fourth Tynemouth Food Festival will see the seaside town become a magnet for lovers of top nosh
Crowds enjoy a full-on music programme in the region despite the weather taking a turn for the worse
The annual festival on North Tyneside boasts a stellar line up of music and entertainment featuring Paul Weller, Brand New Heavies and Nadine Shah
Northumberland Park archaeology project in Northumberland Park finds evidence of historic hospital
Veteran musician Paul Weller will take to the stage as this year's headline act at the Mouth of the Tyne Festival at Tynemouth Priory and Castle
Crowds flocked to Tynemouth over the weekend to bask in the music and sunshine at the three-day Mouth of the Tyne Festival
The Futureheads got the Mouth of the Tyne Festival off to a rousing start which combined harmonies and humour in equal measure. SAM WONFOR reports back and casts an eye over the tuneful treats still in store.
Sunderland-based four-piece The Futureheads are to play a special one-off acoustic gig at Whitley Bay Playhouse
WHAT seemed like a good idea after five pints down the pub around 10.30pm on Saturday night was rebounding on Durham county golfer Bryan Ross by lunchtime on Bank Holiday Monday, when he had completed the first round of the 36-hole Westerhope Open.
THE biggest hotel and conference facility in the North-East is being planned near the finish line of the Great North Run in South Shields.
PROTESTERS drawing attention to climate change have arrived in the North-East as part of a 1,000-mile march from Northern Ireland to London.
A MORE dramatic location for an open-air concert than Tynemouth Priory would be difficult to find, but this exposed headland is at the mercy of the elements.
LET’S hope this weekend’s Mouth of the Tyne festival, a joint venture between North Tyneside and South Tyneside Councils, heralds the start of a belated summer.
ILLUSTRATOR Quentin Blake was in Newcastle yesterday to share a snozzcumber with some young Roald Dahl fans.
Lorna Laidler was recovering from an operation when she started thinking about her childhood spent in Upper Coquetdale.
Those of us who despair at the failure of some golf administrators to grasp every opportunity to take the people's sport to all-comers will be heartened by the story of primary school pupil Kelly McNulty.
An eclectic choral festival is to be held at Jarrow School on Friday, June 22 at 7pm.
Tony Henderson on a church with echoes of past battles.
An 18-year-old motorist appeared in court yesterday after he lost control, narrowly missing other vehicles.
There is something positive about arriving back in the North-East. I have heard many people talk about the warm glow as they see Durham Cathedral or cross the River Tyne on the train back from London.