Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott

Sarah Scott is a reporter covering a range of stories, specialising in the Byker/Walker area. She has been with us since 2010.

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Prof. Josef Vormoor - Sir James Spence Professor of Child Health and Director of The Northern Institute for Cancer Research

State-of-the-art £5.5m childhood cancer research centre set for Newcastle

Fundraising has started for the world-leading centre at Newcastle University

Wonga sponsor Newcastle United

Calls for criminal investigation of Wonga after claims of misleading debt collection practices

The Law Society has asked the Metropolitan Police to investigate Wonga in the wake of the controversy

Hexham bus station

Loosing Hill preferred option for new Hexham bus station

Loosing Hill is the preferred option to develop a new bus station in Hexham, Northumberland

Ashington

Proposals for £74m development of Ashington to go on display to public

The emerging proposals for Ashington town centre will go on display to residents next Friday and members of the public are invited to come along and see the latest updates

Tynemouth Outdoor Pool

Community group continues drive to save Tynemouth outdoor pool

Friends of Tynemouth Outdoor Pool took to Facebook page to plea with supporters to continue backing the project

Investigation after fire at former Cramlington middle school

Firefighters called to battle blaze at Parkside Middle School in early hours of Saturday

The 118 meter oil and gas platform makes its way down the Tyne towards the North Sea

Oil and gas platform jacket starts its journey to new home in North Sea

A North East-made oil and gas platform jacket has made its way down the River Tyne toward the North Sea

Julie Scorer on board the US Army Transportation Corps 2253 Locomotive at the National Railway Museum in Shildon, Co. Durham

US Army locomotive given warm 1940s welcome at County Durham museum

Staff at Locomotion, the National Railway Museum at Shildon in County Durham, greeted the new arrival with a 1940s reception

Potholes in Northumberland following heavy snow

Council claims to be on target to clear pothole backlog

Northumberland County Council said it will clear backlog of potholes by the end of June

Bryan Jeffrey Knox, 32, of the Barmston area of Washington

Man appears in court charged with murder of Bryan Knox

Gary Thomas Mawson, 36, of Alwin, Rickleton, in Washington, appeared at Sunderland Magistrates’ Court

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