The "dangerous" staffie, named Marley, wounded the victims after it escaped from Claire Neal's address in Blyth.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information about a missing teenage boy from Northumberland.
15-year-old Ben Bostock from Blyth was last seen at his home on October 16.
Police say they are concerned for his welfare and are carrying out enquiries to locate him.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101.
Police have located and dismantled a small cannabis farm in Blyth.
Officers carried out the search warrant at an address on Cowpen Road on Thursday, October 5.
They arrested a 29-year-old man.
The man has been charged with being concerned in the production of cannabis.
He is due to appear before Mid and South East Northumberland Magistrates Court on October 26.
A 32-year-old man has been charged with two offences after and elderly woman was robbed on Brierley Road in Blyth on Wednesday, October 4.
He has been charged with assault with intent to rob and theft.
Newcastle University is unveiling its newly-refurbished Emerson Cavitation Tunnel as part of a £2.5m investment in marine engineering.Read the full story ›
The first of five offshore wind turbines has been lifted into place off the Northumberland coast.Read the full story ›
The Marine Conservation Society Beach Clean volunteers have been tackling Cambois beach from North Blyth to the Wansbeck estuary.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses following two house burglaries in Blyth, Northumberland.
Both took place around 2.30 in the early hours of Saturday, August 26.
One in Walsham Close where thieves gained entry via a rear door and stole property including keys to a car, they drove off in, jewellery, cash, wallet, perfume and mobile phones.
The stolen car was recovered nearby.
A second burglary took place in a neighbouring street in Druridge Drive and was discovered a short time later.
Thieves gained and stole property including cash, mobile phone and jewellery, before leaving.
Police are appealing for witnesses to either crime.
The job centre in Blyth, Northumberland, has been closed and a Bailiff Possession Notice has been posted on the building's front door.
The Department for Work and Pensions has confirmed that twenty staff-members who work there have been turned away, and have been relocated to offices elsewhere.
A government spokeswoman has told ITV News Tyne Tees that 'contingency plans' are in place, and claimants will be paid as usual.
Other people who use the job centre are being contacted with regards to appointments.
The closure comes as a result of a legal issue involving a company called Telereal Trillium - which provides buildings for the DWP - and a 'third party landlord'.
A spokesman for Telereal Trillium said: "We are unable to comment further due to ongoing legal proceedings.”
Officers from Police Scotland and Northumbria Police are appealing for the public's help in finding 31-year-old Brian Cook.Read the full story ›