There is an increased chance of catching the Northern Lights over Northern England and Scotland over the next few weeks.
A combination of space weather phenomena are a good sign for stargazers.
A high speed solar wind stream heading towards Earth will disturb our magnetic fields - and that could lead to a spectacular light show.
You can see more on the Northern Lights here
The Insolvency Service says a decision has been made to buy sufficient coal to keep the Redcar Coke Ovens going until the weekend.
This will enable the Official Receiver to continue discussions with interested parties about purchasing assets in working order.
A decision about purchasing further coal to keep the ovens operational beyond the weekend will be taken at the end of this week.
Emergency services are at the scene of a serious incident at Harden Quarry in Northumberland.
At 10.46am this morning, Wednesday October 7, Northumbria Police received a report of an incident at Harden Quarry in Biddlestone.
A vehicle, believed to be a tractor, fell around 50ft and caught fire.
No details have been released about any casualties but the Health and Safety Executive and police are investigating.
The Official Receiver is continuing to talk with interested parties about the future use of the site.
Staff continue to be retained on site to maintain the Redcar Coke Ovens and manage the site in a safe manner.
David Kelly, Toby Underwood and Ian Green from PwC continue to assist and support the Official Receiver as special managers.
They have published a further update for employees:
The redundancy payments enquiry line is open 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday, on 0330 331 0020.
A man has died after being hit by a Metro train between Palmersville and Northumberland Park in Newcastle.
Police received a report of an incident on the line at 10.11am this morning, Wednesday October 7.
The service between Palmersville and Northumberland Park is currently suspended while passengers may experience delays on other parts if the Network.
Emergency services are at the scene of a major incident at Harden Quarry in Northumberland. More follows.
Cleveland Police say specially trained officers are continuing to support the family of a 13-year-old boy who died in Middlesbrough on Monday October 5th.
Enquiries are ongoing into the death, at an address in the Acklam area, which is currently being treated as unexplained.
A post-mortem examination is due to be held tomorrow, Thursday October 8th.
The boy has not been named but his school has issued a statement paying tribute.