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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Gary Mawson charged with murder of Bryan Knox in Washington

Bryan Jeffrey Knox, 32, was found with serious injuries in Washington on Sunday

Grey Street in Newcastle

New York Times' article praises beauty of the North East

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jane Smiley visited the region and wrote a glowing report for the New York Times

Pat Heard, right, from Cramlington where trees and scrub have been cleared on a site owned by Persimmon Homes, with other residents

Campaigners lose fight to turn land into village green in Cramlington

Northumberland County Council accepted recommendations from a public inquiry against the application

Hadrian's Wall

Game of Thrones writer reveals Hadrian's Wall inspired hit TV series

The inspiration for The Wall in the best-selling books and TV series Game of Thrones was Hadrian's Wall reveals author George RR Martin

Emergency services at the scene after two buses carrying schoolchildren collided in Oxhill, near Stanley

North MP calls for tougher seat belt laws following Stanley horror smash

Durham North West MP Pat Glass has called for tougher laws on seat belts after two school buses collided yesterday morning in Stanley

Sir John Hall with Richard Martin and Sheila Harrison opening the new disabled access walkway at Newbiggin Maritime Centre

Next stage in Newbiggin Maritime Centre unveiled by Sir John Hall

Entrepreneur Sir John Hall has opened a new access bridge to the viewing platform of Newbiggin Maritime Centre

The scene of the fire at Pemberton Road, Blackhiil, Consett

Three people escape house fire in Consett without serious injury

Fire crews called to house on Pemberton Road in Bridgehill, Consett, at 1.40pm today

Police at the scene in Leazes Court, Newcastle

Man arrested on suspicion of murder after body found in Newcastle flat

Police have launched an inquiry after a man in his 40s was found dead in Leazes Court, Newcastle, on Sunday morning

Alex Krzyzanowski from Stakeford who has wrote a book about the Hartford Camps

Grandfather pens book about forgotten Northumberland community

Alex Krzyzanowski, 65, has written a book on Hartford Camp which was on Plessey Woods after the Second World War

Binaudio art installation at the Sage with its creators James Rutherford, left and Dominic Wilcox

Sage welcomes tourist binoculars with a difference

Bringing the sounds of Newcastle city to the visitors of The Sage in Gateshead, Binaudios is an art installation with a difference

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