The Week in Pictures: 23rd February to 1st March

A selection of the best photographs and images from the Tyne Tees region this week. From 23rd February to 1st March.

The B6344 at Rothbury, closed after a landslip on Boxing Day, continues to fall away - it could remain closed for at least the rest of 2013. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Snow falls across parts the North East again this week. This was the scene in Gosforth, Newcastle. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Teams have been helping to reintroduce water voles in Kielder Burn in Northumberland after being driven out by mink. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Campaigners march to Westminster to promote the conservation of fish stocks around the country's coast. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Runners brave this week's snow for the 2013 English National Cross Country Championships in Sunderland. Almost 5,000 people took part. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Rock the House: Alice Cooper joins MPs to launch a competition promoting musical talent in our local constituencies. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Rusting, rare and ripe for renovation: Aston Martin for sale - yours for £100,000 (and you'll need £250,000 to fix it). Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Shoes with soul: Vintage collection sells for £1,100 in Newcastle. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Plans have been submitted to install two slides in Newcastle City Centre near to St James' Park. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Netball teams from Central Newcastle High School are disqualified from England Netball national finals after a 10 pence shortfall in fees. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
A devout Christian from Durham has gained 27,000 followers on Twitter by tweeting every chapter of the Old Testament. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Letters of Britain's first serial killer, Mary Ann Cotton, written in the 19th Century, sold at an auction in North Yorkshire for £2,200. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees