Mark Willis, who has Asperger’s syndrome and is bipolar, has built a Lego village as part of his therapy.Read the full story ›
Monument Movies has returned to the centre of Newcastle for the summer. The season of outdoor cinema kicked of with a showing of Frozen.Read the full story ›
Sandra from Northumberland pens a song for our very own Ross HutchinsonRead the full story ›
11-month-old Douge de Bordeux, Zeus has recovered from emergency surgery after swallowing a tennis ball on Tynemouth beach.Read the full story ›
Petrol heads were in their element this weekend as Grey Street in Newcastle played host to some of the world's finest cars.Read the full story ›
A second massive snake has been found on the road in Guisborough this week. Police say the animal could have been abandoned.Read the full story ›
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: