It's been an historic day for Tyneside's Sikh community with the official opening of a new temple that cost the community £2.7 million to build.
The new building, just off the city's Westgate Road, replaces an old Temple which has been used or almost 35 years.
Today a Holy Book was moved from the old building to the new in a colourful ceremony.
The project has taken 15 years to complete.
The new Temple, called a Gurdwara, will be used as a focal point for the entire community. As well as worship, it has classrooms, meeting rooms and a large dining area.
Watch the full report on the opening of the new Temple here: