Lewis Hamilton's brother Nic is set to become the first disabled driver to compete in the British Touring Car Championship.Read the full story ›
Meet the latest furry addition to the WWT Washington Wetland Centre family - an Asian short-clawed otter cub.
The female cub has been nicknamed Little Squeak because of her high-pitched cries – and is an important part of conservation efforts to protect her species.
Ross Hutchinson went to find out more.
A young football fan will attempt 10,000 'keepy ups' in a month to raise money for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.Read the full story ›
Around 200 hundred vintage cars have been travelling through North Yorkshire and the North East today, April 17, as part of the Flying Scotsman Rally.
The convoy left Leeds at 7am this morning, travelling through the North Yorkshire Moors before reaching Whitby for a pit stop.
The cars will continue through the Moors before heading to Newcastle for an overnight stopover.
Watch Claire Montgomery's full report:
A fleet of vintage cars is setting out on a 750 mile journey over the next three days for the Flying Scotsman Rally.Read the full story ›
A new device created by two young inventors who studied at Newcastle University could revolutionise a visit to the museum in the future.Read the full story ›
A WW1 "Battle Bus" and a 1918-built steam navvy are joining steam locomotives at Beamish Museum's Great North Steam Fair this weekend.Read the full story ›
An exhibition of photographs taken by people with learning disabilities or sensory impairments is opening in Durham.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of bikers ride up the Northumberland coast to raise money for charity and collect Easter eggs for children in hospital.Read the full story ›
An endangered baby giraffe born earlier this week has today made its debut at Flamingo Land Resort in Malton.Read the full story ›