Jamie tells the story of Jamie Campbell, who despite being bullied at school, was set on attending his school prom in a dress and heels.Read the full story ›
This year's Christmas window has been unveiled at the Fenwick store in Newcastle.
Thousands lined Northumberland Street to catch a glimpse of the festive display which has become a Christmas tradition over the years.
Taking centre stage this year, is Paddington Bear.
A Whitley Bay author appeals for people to share treasured memories and family photographs at the famous Spanish City for his latest book.Read the full story ›
The touring stage show is on at the Empire and ITV Tyne Tees couldn't resist the opportunity to check out the fun and flares back stage.Read the full story ›
Watch the moment a young golf fan got more than he bargained for when he approached Rory McIlroy for a high-five at the British Masters.Read the full story ›
The Tall Ships Race Sunderland 2018 is looking for crew to sail the ships. If you fancy going on board here is your chance.Read the full story ›
It is one of the most spectacular astronomical events you can see with the naked eye. But will the clouds clear in time to see it?Read the full story ›
Maze the force be with you.
York Maze is out of this world this year with a Star Was theme.
Chris Kiddy has been along to see it.
Forty years ago Muhammad Ali spent four days on Tyneside. The boxing icon was mobbed everywhere he went. His visit is still remembered todayRead the full story ›
A squad of ex-professionals and veteran amateurs from Harrogate Veterans FC have been crowned football World Champions for the 4th time.
The Harrogate Veterans have represented England at the annual Seniors World Cup in Thailand for the past 10 years - the players are in their 40s and 50s.
They won the World Cup in 2016 and this year proved victorious again, defeating Iran 2-0 in the final in the torrid tropical temperatures of Northern Thailand.
The tournament was first played in 2006 following the devastating tsunami that hit the country.
Authorities hoped the competition, featuring teams from around the world, would help rebuild tourism after the disaster - and provide additional football coaching for underprivileged children.