Harry Sanson served with the Durham Light Infantry and was actually one of the buglers who played at the end of the Korean War in 1953. That moment is captured by a new statue in Durham's market place. He shares his memories of that historic moment:
One of the competitors in the first ever triathlon for disabled children in the North East said the event was tiring.
Paralympian Josef Craig told Tyne Tees that the triathlon was important because it helped children 'get outside and have some fun'.
The world record holder was visiting the first ever triathlon for disabled children in the North East.
Paralympian Josef Craig took to the pool earlier to help with the first ever triathlon for disabled children in the North East.
The world record holder said it was important to support events like it, to help bring the benefits of sport to more children.
Pro-cyclist Russell Downing hopes a bike ride around the centre of York inspires more youngsters to use cycling to keep fit as well as for an enjoyable hobby. Russell Downing is watching thousands of riders go around the 5k route.
The organisers of a day of cycling around the centre of York say, after Oxford and Cambridge, it is the next biggest city for cycling. The City of York Council has helped organise the 5k ride to encourage people do use their bikes more often. Chief Executive Kersten England has been watching the riders set off.
North Yorkshire Police said the B6255 road between Hawes and Ingleton was blocked because of a serious road accident, about three miles south of Hawes.
Hundreds of people - including veterans and serving soldiers - attended a dedication service this morning for a new statue marking the contribution of The Durham Light Infantry. The now defunct regiment recruited largely across the North East and was involved in many major conflicts, including the First and Second World Wars. The statue stands in the city's market place and was paid for entirely by donations.