A selection of pictures from World Book Day across the North EastRead the full story ›
An independent report suggests Newcastle University adds £1.1 billion to the economy.Read the full story ›
The vigil will see Teaching Assistants passing their banner on in hourly intervals throughout the day from Monday to Thursday.Read the full story ›
Ridgeway Primary Academy is the most improved Primary School in the country for pupil's writing.Read the full story ›
Northumberland College has welcomed it's 1,000th apprentice, April Halligan from Newcastle.Read the full story ›
There are fears that five underperforming schools in the North East have been left in limbo and unable to improve, after the government intervened in how they are run.
Bright Tribe academy trust, which it asked to step in, says it has withdrawn from taking over two schools in County Durham because it was not financially viable to do so.
The trusts has delayed taking over three others in Sunderland and Northumberland due to issues around pensions liability, and the lease of a boarding hall.
The Department for Education says it is determined to ensure all of the schools do make improvements.
I think that whole policy has now been called into question - and I would certainly likely to continue to question the government about this academies programme - because we cannot have children and their education being disrupted like this.
Newcastle University's Science Central is to become the UK's largest urban regeneration project.Read the full story ›
Over the coming weeks young people across the region will be waiting anxiously to find out whether or not they've been offered a place at university.
The application process, run by UCAS, has now closed - but for those who've chosen not to go down the academic route, this time of year can be a frustrating one.
Now one North Yorkshire MP is calling for apprenticeships to be treated exactly the same as university applications.
Rishi Sunak believes without a UCAS system, young people looking for an apprentice scheme are often ignored, with very little information or help available to them.
Daniel Hewitt has been finding out more:
The Principal of Excelsior Academy in Newcastle has written to parents following their installation in communal areas.Read the full story ›