An own goal by Norwich helped to put Middlesbrough back at the top of the table, with just two games of the Championship season to go.
About 1,000 fans travelled to Norfolk to watch the crucial match against a side also vying for promotion to the Premier League.
The winning goal came early in the match and was claimed by Albert Adomah, although it had already crossed the line and was recorded as an own goal from Alex Tettey.
Middlesbrough have not yet secured promotion, with Bournemouth and Watford also in contention.
Around 200 hundred vintage cars have been travelling through North Yorkshire and the North East today, April 17, as part of the Flying Scotsman Rally.
The convoy left Leeds at 7am this morning, travelling through the North Yorkshire Moors before reaching Whitby for a pit stop.
The cars will continue through the Moors before heading to Newcastle for an overnight stopover.
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Hadrian Park Primary School, in Wallsend, will be closed to all staff and pupils on Monday, April 20, to allow Northern Powergrid to complete essential work.
The power supply to the local area, including the school, will be disconnected between the hours of 9am and 4pm.
Normal school hours will resume on Tuesday, April 21.
Northumbria Police has today confirmed the second post mortem of Tipu Sultan has taken place.
Officers say it has been established the 32-year-old died of a gunshot wound.
Mr Sultan's family have appealed to the public to "take five or ten seconds out of their life to say a little prayer to their God for Tipu".
The father of two was shot dead at point blank range outside Herbs and Spices kitchen in South Shields last Tuesday, April 7.
Police investigating the murder of Mr Sultan believe two men seen on a red motorbike at the time of the shooting are responsible for his death.
Police believe a 19-year-old man was attacked with a blunt instrument in Hartlepool in the early hours of this morning, April 17.
A man was found by a member of the public at around 4:00am on St Abbs Way with head injuries.
He is now receiving treatment at James Cook University Hospital and is described as being in a “stable” condition.
Anyone who may have witnessed the assault is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Paul Husband on 101.
The fire at the Monument Metro Station in Newcastle has now been extinguished.
Four fire appliances tackled a fire in the ceiling of the station while a full evacuation took place.
Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service has said fire crews are currently ensuring the area is safe and that the cause of the fire is under investigation:
A Metro spokesman has said: “The fire brigade remain on site along with Nexus engineers who are checking the station over before it can be re-opened. Metro trains are still operating through Monument but they are not stopping there. The rest of the system is operating normally.”
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