A man has been charged over the murder of Jodie Wilkinson.
David Waterston, 43, of Hamilton Place in Newcastle has been charged with murder and will appear at Magistrates Court tomorrow.
Eight people arrested in connection with the investigation have now been released on bail.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty following the discovery of a severely injured dog in Redcar.
The dog was found buried alive and with a nail through its head, and was only found after a couple stumbled across the gruesome sight in Kirkleatham Woods in Redcar, Cleveland, while they were out walking.
The arrested men are aged 60 and 59 respectively and are from the Redcar area.
They are currently being interviewed by the RSPCA officer investigating.
Two sheep have been killed in an attack in Redcar.
A ram and a lamb were both attacked with a blunt instrument, which may have been a piece of wood, leaving them with head injuries which killed them both.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident, which happened on Wilton Lane between Bank Top Farm and Court Green Farm.
It is believed the incident occurred overnight on Tuesday 18th October into Wednesday 19th October.
The incident comes just days after a dog was found buried alive and with a nail through its head in Redcar, but police say that the deaths of the sheep are not being linked to any other incident at this time.
Charities and schools are improving the support they offer young people suffering depression and anxiety.
The charity Children North East has more than doubled the amount of work it does with mental health in recent years offering drop-in sessions for advice and information.
Ant & Dec are lost in the Jungle. Will they make it back to camp in time for the celebrity arrivals?
The new I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! promo will launch tomorrow night during The X Factor on ITV.
In the meantime, here's a video message from Ant & Dec:
The new series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! starts next month on ITV.
The line-up announcement will be revealed closer to transmission.
Nissan say they'll make a decision on the future production of their new Qashqai model as early as next month.
It comes after the company's Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn told reporters in Japan that he can now "look at the future of Sunderland with more ease" following reassurances from the British government.
A report by the news agency Reuters says that Carlos Ghosn will make a decision as early as next month:
Last week Ghosn met with the Prime Minister Theresa May after suggesting the company will halt new investment in its plant in Sunderland, unless it can agree a compensation deal with the Government.
Following the talks the Nissan Chief said he is confident the UK will remain a "competitive place to do business".
The Sunderland plant, which has been active since 1986, employs almost 7,000 people producing around 500,000 Juke, Qashqai and Leaf motors a year - about a third of the UK's total car manufacturing.
The body of a young seaman, a Ukraine national, has been recovered and taken to North Shields.
Northumbria Police received a report from the coastguard about the death of a man on a ship close to Tynemouth at 3.30pm on October 20.
The body was recovered on October 21.
It's believed he fell from a height onto the deck of the ship and sustained fatal injuries.
His family in the Ukraine have been informed of the death.
Northumbria Police say three teenagers who were arrested in connection with the death of Jodie Wilkinson, have been released on bail.
Police launched a murder investigation after the 27-year-old died after an attack in Stanhope Street, in Newcastle's Arthur's Hill on Monday afternoon.
On October 20, officers arrested a 15-year-old girl and two boys, one aged 14 and the other 15. They have now been released.
In total nine people have now been arrested as part of the investigation.
Of the other six arrests, five remain in custody and one 18-year-old man has been released on police bail.
Police said they are still extremely keen to hear from anyone with any information into the incident to contact them.
Anyone who thinks they can help is asked to call police on 101 or through the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.