Four Asian short-clawed otter quadruplets, born four months ago at the WWT Washington Wetland Centre, have been named.Read the full story ›
The Great Yorkshire Show 2016 is underway in Harrogate. 50,000 visitors are expected each day.Read the full story ›
Critics claim she has lost her Geordie accent during her relationship with the brother of the Duchess of Cambridge.Read the full story ›
Runners including Gurkha soldiers and charity fundraisers have been pounding the streets of Gateshead for this year's Great North 10k run.Read the full story ›
Kynren involves hundreds of volunteers, and it's hoped it'll bring millions of pounds to the local economy.Read the full story ›
The Special Olympics is for children and adults with intellectual disabilities - and the country's fastest growing club is in Gateshead.Read the full story ›
Ant & Dec have been awarded MBEs as part of the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations. The Newcastle duo said their 'mams will be proud.'Read the full story ›
44 players and 500 spectators have taken to the Riverside Stadium this afternoon.
It's part of a charity event to raise over £10,000 for both South Tees Renal Unit & Islamic Relief's work in Syria. Organisers said they wanted to help those in the local area, and those with acute needs abroad.
"Without the South Tees Renal unit, my late father would not have received the care and support that prolonged his life and gave us the opportunity to share so many precious moments.
It is impossible to express the gratitude we all feel, but I hope the money raised can go some way towards expressing how much the unit means to the people of Middlesbrough"
Islamic Relief is operating inside Syria and it provides support for civilians trapped by the on-going conflict.
Since the conflict began, Islamic relief says they have helped over 6.5 million people inside the country, and delivered an estimated £30 million in aid.
The Heritage Lottery Fund has given North Tyneside Council £164,300 towards structural surveys and paint analysis on St Mary's Lighthouse.Read the full story ›
One of the world's largest collections of teddy bears has gone on display at Newby Hall in North Yorkshire.
A thousand cuddly toys, including the original Paddington Bear and Sooty will be exhibited in Ripon. Many of the collection were donated by writer and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth.