Seen the Lego Movie? Now a whole city, including Olympic Park and London St Pancras Station, has been built brick by brick in Newcastle.
It's Pancake Day!! Chef Jon Rotheram has given ITV Lorraine the recipe for the perfect pancake.
The North East was one of a handful of regions involved in the very first Britain in Bloom in 1964. Since then, it has grown and grown.
Sightings of a mysterious pink bird have puzzled locals in the North East this week.
The bird has been spotted by several passers-by attempting to blend in among pigeons, but its true breed has remained in doubt - spouting much speculation.
However, Nik Shelton of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), believes the pink plumage can be easily explained.
"The bird has clearly been dyed," he said.
"It is likely to be a captive dove and we have had reports of these being dyed strange colours and released at special events.
"This one has clearly not returned to its owner afterwards," Mr Shelton added.
People across the North East were out late for a rare glimpse of the Northern Lights last night.
This picture was taken by one of our viewers, Nick Wesson, in Saltburn-by-the-Sea in North Yorkshire.
The Red Arrows are marking their 50th anniversary with a redesign.
The aircraft will keep their famous red and white fuselage, with the addition of a new tail design in styled like a Union flag.
The team say the new design reflects the Red Arrows' role as ambassadors for the UK and as the public face of the RAF.
Squadron Leader Jim Turner said the tail redesign was chosen as the repainting the entire aircraft would be too expensive.
The fin depicts the outlines of the Gnat jets that the team originally flew, and the current BAE Systems Hawk design.
The team's 2014 display season runs from the end of May until the close of September, during which it expects to complete 85 displays in nine countries.
The charity fundraiser known as 'Tony the Fridge' has announced what he says will be his final challenge. Tony Phoenix-Morrison will run four London Marathons in one day, carrying a 42kg fridge on his back. He will raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Find fundraising details here: https://www.facebook.com/TonyTheFridge/posts/727766567242455
When her mother died six weeks after she was born, a meerkat pup was facing an uncertain future.
Then Dad stepped in.