Katie Davies

Katie Davies

Katie Davies is our chief reporter and she has been with us since 2009.

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Jo Milne of Low Fell

Inspirational Jo Milne looks back over her first year of sound

Low Fell charity worker brought the world to tears with the video of her hearing for the first time after a lifetime of deafness

Paloma Faith at the Metro Radio Arena

Review: Paloma Faith at Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

Paloma wields her Brit Award and a political soulmate at sell-out Metro Radio Arena - and still keeps the crowd on side

Sue and Norman played by Louise Olley and Alastair Hill

Review: Dreamboats and Miniskirts at Newcastle Theatre Royal

The sequel to Dreamboats and Petticoats will carry you away on a wave of Sixties-driven nostalgia

Shadow Minister for the Armed Forces, Kevan Jones

North Durham MP Kevan Jones leads review call on Post Office 'frauds'

MP Kevan Jones said people's lives have been "wrecked" by the system, for which the Post Office must take responsibility

Terry de Havilland with Kate Moss

Terry de Havilland looks back at glittering career after opening Newcastle store

The rock'n'roll cobbler whose customers include Kate Moss and Cheryl Cole opened his new shop in Jesmond

Inspector Paul Anderson, Neighbourhood Inspector for Durham Police, who is retiring after 30 years

As he hangs up his policeman's hat, County Durham Inspector Paul Anderson tells of 30 years on the beat

Retiring Durham City inspector tells the Journal how the police force has transformed in the three decades since he joined

Ed Sheeran, performs on stage at the Newcastle Arena

Review: Ed Sheeran at Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

A packed audience at Metro Radio Arena were treated to a host of classics by former busker Ed Sheeran

Robert Williams, professor at Durham University, who has been diagnosed with cancer

Durham University professor turns to thriller writing after being diagnosed with cancer

Professor Robert Williams chats to Chief Reporter Katie Davies following the launch of his thrillers

Guy Readman

Leading businessman Guy Readman has ended his life in a Dignitas clinic

The former North East businessman of the year died in Switzerland last month after suffering from motor neurone disease

Toby Henderson

Autistic sufferer Toby Henderson moves into his own Northumberland home

Toby Henderson was diagnosed with autism at the age of five and his mum Lesley set up the Toby Henderson charity in his name


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