Goathland is known globally as Aidensfield, setting for the 1960s police drama "Heartbeat". But millions are about to see its true identity.Read the full story ›
The annual cycling spectacle is boosting the number of ladies getting on their bikes in the North EastRead the full story ›
Just one in 10 adults in the UK - across all age groups - still do not feel grown up, according to a new survey.Read the full story ›
School children in County Durham are gearing up to see South African dance troupe The Lions of Zululand.Read the full story ›
It's to celebrate the 50th anniversary year of the foundation of the original Preservation Society,Read the full story ›
Jim Armstrong and Thora Muir are bowing out of lollipop duties after an impressive 55 years of serviceRead the full story ›
Flamingo Land are launching a competition to name the new arrival.Read the full story ›
It The opened as The Paramount in 1931 and has stood empty since it closed fifteen years ago.Read the full story ›
A petition has been launched to save the Northumberland birthplace of railway pioneer George Stephenson.
The National Trust says it has closed the house in Wylam on a temporary basis.
Its been looked after by the trust for the last 68 years. Campaigners say the historic building attracts visitors from across the country.
There are calls for more statues of women to be erected across the North East.
Out of 113 statues in our region, 97 depict men.
It follows a campaign to address the representation of women in Middlesbrough.
The town's first female MP Ellen Wilkinson is to be honoured with a statue following a consultation. .