Tony Henderson

Tony Henderson

Tony Henderson writes about environment, architecture, nature & heritage. He is a multi-award winning journalist with more than 30 years experience.

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Artist Matthew Flintham

Matthew Flintham exhibition at Newcastle University plots military use of land and space

Newcastle University artist Matthew Flintham investigates out of bounds landscapes as part of a new North East exhibition

Archaeologist Robin Coningham works in the trench in the remains of an ancient monastery, with the Maya Devi Temple in the background

Durham University professor's breakthrough find is hailed internationally

Nepal excavation hailed among the Top 10 by the Archaelogical Institute of America's Archaeology Magazine

Beamish Museum are celebrating a double after receiving another Westoe Netty artefact into their collection

Another piece of North East netty heritage saved as it goes to Beamish museum

South Shields toilet door find goes to Beamish Museum as part of bid to preserve piece of North East history

A view of Rocky Island

Life on Northumberland's forgotten Rocky Island off Seaton Sluice

Research has revealed a community which thrived on Rocky Island off Seaton Sluice in Northumberland

Keith Hartnell in 2008

Northumberland film group's precious archive is saved

Final film in historic Coquetdale series is restored after scenes mystery is solved by Northumberland film group

Lauren Ogilvie

Northumberland Wildlife Trust takes on wildlife apprentice

Northumberland Wildlife Trust offers its first apprenticeship to teenager Laura Ogilvie from Newcastle

Left to right at Northumbria Wildlife Trust, Aurelie Bohan, Naomi Waite and Duncan Hutt

Northumberland colleagues embark on plastic-free life

Wildlife works plan month without contact with plastic to highlight pollution

The bottle works at Seaton Sluice

Bid to make more of Northumberland harbour heritage

Seaton Sluice harbour heyday could link with stately home in visitor attraction package

Tom Mulholland of Raspberry Pi Days technology company

Science teacher set to deliver Newcastle lectures on creative pioneers

Tom Mulholland will discuss how the North East became a hotbed of innovation thanks to the "Famous Five"

One of the little egret chicks is ringed

North East garden birdwatch results show wrens were the most seen garden birds

Winners and losers in the region's gardens in 2014 are revealed in a report by the British Trust for Ornithology

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