Sting, the son of a Wallsend milkman who became one of the world's biggest stars, plays a charity concert in Northumberland tonight.Read the full story ›
The gig is support of the Dreamflight charity, benefitting local children with life limiting conditions.Read the full story ›
An intricately decorated copper bird mount, found during a dig last year at Bamburgh Castle is to go on display at the castle.Read the full story ›
Transformers was being filmed in Newcastle and in Northumberland this weekend. Take a look at some of the pictures sent into us!Read the full story ›
The family of a baby whose life was hanging in the balance after falling ill on holiday has met the air ambulance crew which saved her.Read the full story ›
A nine-year-old girl has been airlifted to hospital after falling from a banana boat being pulled by a jet ski in Northumberland.
The girl fell from the boat just after 6pm at Budle Bay, Bamburgh yesterday.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service was called to the scene and assessedthe girl as having a broken femur. She was transferred to the RVI and is in a stable condition.
A 16-month-old baby has been airlifted to hospital after falling ill at a caravan park near Bamburgh Castle.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) was called to help the North East Ambulance Service yesterday morning (31st July)
The child was assessed and treated by the doctor-led aircrew before being airlifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle within 20 minutes.
She is currently in a critical but stable condition.
People are being invited to come along to a special ceremony as 110 Anglo-Saxon skeletons dating back as far as 650AD are laid to restRead the full story ›
There is snow on the ground at Bamburgh. Is there snow where you are?
You can send your snowy snaps to email@example.com
The Archbishop of York will visit the Northumberland village of Bamburgh later (26th August).
Dr John Sentamu will dedicate a new shrine at St Aidan's Church as part of a service from noon.
The Archbishop will also bless the village and will help children from Ellingham Primary School to lay a time capsule behind the shrine.