Dan Warburton

Dan Warburton

Dan Warburton is our chief reporter and has been with us since 2008.

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Paul Crawford has been left with a £90,000 legal bill after unsuccessfully asuing Newcaste University, main picture, over his exam mark

Student facing £90,000 legal bill after failing his medical degree by one mark

Paul Crawford took his professors to the High Court after he failed his medical degree by one mark

Neville Husband

Medomsley Detention Centre sex probe leads to over 200 new victims

More than 200 people have contacted police claiming to be the victims of horrific sexual abuse at the former Medomsley Detention Centre

Run Geordie Run fundraiser Mark Allison on his return to the North East

Run Geordie Run lands special Sport Newcastle award

42-year-old Mark Allison was handed a special award following his epic run across Australia raising money for two charities

Sylvia, who persistently hears classical music by Bach in her head

Newcastle University scientists work with pianist to treat 'musical hallucinations'

Scientists at Newcastle University have analysed a 69-year-old's brain activity to discover why she persistently hears classical music in her head

Nissan's Chief Performance Officer Trevor Mann, at the launch of the 2nd generation Qashqai

Nissan chiefs urge Government ministers to support North East business

Nissan's Kevin Fitzpatrick said more must be done to support the region's businesses and tackle unemployment rates

HM Revenue and Customs, Longbenton, where a new digital tax team is being set-up

Jobs boost on Tyneside as new HMRC digital tax team unveiled

More than 50 digital specialists are being recruited for a new digital tax team on Tyneside

Missing North East school worker Ian Leaf

Friends of missing man Ian Leaf pay tribute after police find a body

Tributes have been paid by friends of Ian Leaf after police searching for the missing school worker discovered a body

Nissan Vice President Kevin Fitzpatrick receiving the What Car? Car of the Year award for the Qashqai with workers at the Washington plant last month

Nissan becomes first ever UK car plant to produce 1,000,000 cars in two years

Nissan's Wearside plant became the first UK car plant in history to produce 1,000,000 cars in two years

Legal representatives and supporters outside the Old Bailey in London

Leading North East barrister attacks Chris Grayling over legal aid cuts

John Elvidge QC, leader of the North Eastern Circuit, claimed the Justice Secretary was "misleading" the public over the level of barrister's pay.

Ponteland’s Green Belt Committee members Tony Noble, Lesley Noble, Alma Dunigan, Steve Carss and Gaye Templeton

Claims village is carrying the 'unrealistically' heavy load of housing plans

Members of the Ponteland Green Belt Committee have submitted a 25-page document in which they share their concerns

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