Families are warned their relatives may be buried in the wrong place or have the wrong headstone, because records were not kept properly.
Patients and staff in hospitals across Northumberland and North Tyneside are being taught how to prevent the spread of the winter virus
Community health workers will visit more than 150 nursing and residential homes to educate people about preventing winter bugs.
Teenagers from Berwick are taking on what they see as negative stereotypes of young people in their community and the media.
With the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - they are creating cartoon characters.
These will be used in a video which the youngsters hope to launch at the town's film festival in September.
Watch the full report below.
Time has taken its toll on the Union Chain Bridge - which stretches over the River Tweed.
Repairs to the historic bridge which links England and Scotland could cost almost five million pounds.
The councils responsible for the structure must now decide whether to pay to have it fixed, or to close it for good.
Watch the full report from Phil Roscoe below.
There are doubts over the future of Europe's oldest surviving iron-chain suspension bridge, the Union Chain Bridge.
The bridge, which spans almost 130 metres over the River Tweed is in need of repair, and both the Scottish Borders and Northumberland Councils are considering shutting the bridge for good, if funding cannot be found.
An estimated £4.7million is needed to repair the damage to the bridge, which was built in 1820, with the intention of strengthening ties between Scotland and England.
– Spokesperson, Scottish Borders Council
"Northumberland County Council is the lead authority for the Union Chain Bridge. However we have a joint responsibility, and are working together to develop options to allow the refurbishment of the bridge to take place.
"The bridge will require a new chain suspension hanger system to be developed and fitted; substantial deck replacement; upgrading of the existing parapets; and totally repainted. The estimated cost of the repairs is £4.7million.
"If the councils were unable to raise the required funding it is likely that a phased closure would be implemented."
Women in the Berwick area have been meeting health chiefs to tell them what sort of maternity services they want in future.
Births at the town's maternity unit were suspended last August after concerns were raised about safety.
Watch the full report from Derek Proud below.
A meeting got underway this morning in Berwick to discuss maternity services, which were suspended in August last year due to a lack of people using the service.
Watch the afternoon update from Derek Proud below.
A meeting to discuss the future of Berwick Hospital's maternity services has been held today.
The hospital's maternity services were suspended in August of last year due to a lack of people using the service and concerns over safety.
The trust has since put forward two options for the future of Berwick's maternity services - either to re-open the unit as it is but with more midwives so they can rotate and get more experience, or to have a 24 hour on-call service so they can give birth at home or in a special birthing room
The Deputy Prime Minister says that he is 'acutely aware' of the strength of feeling for improvements to the A1 in Northumberland.
Nick Clegg was questioned on the issue during a visit to Berwick today.
Mr Clegg says that he cannot promise that the road will be made a dual carriageway throughout the county.
However, he has said the government is looking at the options.
See the full report from Helen Ford below.
The Deputy Prime Minister says that he is acutely aware of the strength of feeling over the need for improvements to the A1 in Northumberland.
Nick Clegg was speaking about the A1 during a visit to Berwick.
He said that he could not promise that the road will be made entirely dual carriageway through
the county, but that the government is looking at the options.
Northumbria Police have released CCTV of two men that they would like to speak to after four showers were stolen from a Homebase branch in Berwick.
At around midday on Saturday October 27th, two men went into Homebase on Northumberland Road in Berwick and picked up four showers worth over seven hundred pounds and then left through a fire exit without paying.
Officers are also keen to trace a white Transit van that was seen in the area.