Raiders once again set their sights on the North-East this weekend as a Bank Holiday battle was staged.
Scott Nugent yesterday dedicated to his mother a sponsored walk in his honour - hours after she died from the same disease that is sapping him of life.
A tyneside festival last year was a pretty cool event - too cool in fact.
Police have appealed for information about the whereabouts of a young North Tyneside man.
A music festival is to return this summer.
The final fixture of the Winter Indoor Meetings at the International Stadium is tonight.
Charges for all-day parking at car parks in Berwick are set to rise next month for the second time this year.
They say North Shields was built "where no town ought to stand".
Name of Business: Cassé Apé.
Tynemouth Priory Theatre starts its 61st season this week. Entertainment Editor Gordon Barr has the details.
It's shaping up to be a bumper weekend for family events across the region, with the added bonus of beautiful weather to boot.
Pupils of Lord Lawson of Beamish School at Birtley were the stars of a special film screening at the Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle, last night.
This year's Heritage Open Days scheme will see over 3,000 buildings across England open their doors free of charge from Thursday to Sunday.
Hundreds of cyclists are expected to take part in a Northumberland coastline charity bike ride this weekend in memory of a teenager who died from a rare form of cancer.
Hundreds of cyclists will be heading to the picturesque Northumberland coastline this weekend for a charity bike ride in memory of a teenager who died from a rare form of cancer.
Encased in shining armour, a seven-foot-long lance clasped in your right hand, you spur your horse into a gallop.
Now the long school holidays have arrived, most of us are likely to be planning how to make the most of the weather or wondering how best to entertain the family.
Now the summer has arrived - and with it the long school holidays - you are likely to be planning to make the most of the weather or thinking how to entertain the family.
Teenagers are being issued with a challenge to stay celibate for five months.
Jane Hall logs on to Google Earth for an amazing bird's-eye view of not only our region - but some of the world's most amazing landmarks and natural features.
It's lining up to be a bumper weekend of entertainment, with events for all the family across the region.
For those looking to 'pop the question' this Valentine's Day, English Heritage has the perfect setting for the momentous occasion plus a special offer for Evening Chronicle readers.