Northumbria Police say they are concerned for the welfare of Blyth man Rikki Broom, who was last seen at a hospital in Newcastle on Tuesday evening.
Rikki Broom, 32, from Richard Street in Blyth, was reported missing on September 13 at 6pm.
He was last seen at the Royal Victoria Infirmary.
He is described as 5 feet 8" tall, and was last seen wearing a grey T-shirt and black and red shorts.
Police are appealing for Rikki to make contact with them, or for anyone who recognises him to call the police immediately.
The Blyth Valley MP Ronnie Campbell tells ITV Tyne Tees he is "positive" about his stomach Cancer treatment as he prepares for chemotherapy.Read the full story ›
The Labour politician, who has represented Blyth since 1987, is taking a break from frontline politics as his treatment starts tomorrow.
Mr Campbell says he wants to raise awareness of stomach cancer:
Police have recovered a cannabis farm covering an entire house in Northumberland.
Officers from Blyth Neighbourhood Policing Team were alerted after a resident reported that the house in Sandfield Road in East Sleekburn had been broken into on September 13, at 9am.
Police found the entire house had been converted into a cannabis farm with more than 250 plants installed in several rooms. The plants are valued at up to £60,000 and have now been removed from the house. They will be destroyed.
"We know the use of cannabis damages our communities and causes concern to local people and we do all we can to prevent the cultivation and supply of this dangerous drug.
"We rely on members of the community reporting suspicious activity to us so we can deal with it effectively."
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
The Blyth Valley MP Ronnie Campbell is taking a break from front line politics after being diagnosed with stomach cancer.
He's undergoing chemotherapy for stomach cancer. His treatment begins tomorrow.
The Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade attended 25 callouts during August of 2016. This is a new record for the number of incidents during one month.
The month started quietly with the first incident occurring on 6th August. Since then, the team has attended a variety of calls, including a number of major incidents, two of which occurred within 20 minutes of each other on August 18.
August is traditionally a very busy time for the TVLB due to the school summer holidays and the large number of tourists who visit the area, and this year there has also been an extended period of reasonable weather.
The Tall Ships Regatta at Blyth also saw hundreds of thousands of people descend on the wider local area and a number of incidents that the team attended were linked to this event.
"Our current total of 97 calls during 2016 is one of the highest totals we have ever had at this time of year and suggests we are likely to have one of our busiest years on record. This record was set in 2008 when the Brigade attended 147 calls across the year."
Related story: Naked drunk swimmer sparks early morning rescue
The Tall Ships Regatta brought millions of pounds into the local economy and Northumberland tourism chiefs hope to build on its successRead the full story ›
The Tall Ships Regatta in Blyth brought £15m into the local economy, according to tourism experts.
It is estimated 500,000 people visited Northumberland over the four day event, which has now come to an end. The ships are now on their way to Gothenburg in Sweden.
The North Sea Tall Ships Regatta at Blyth has finished with a spectacular flotilla of ships leaving the coast.
The ships will now race to Gothenburg in Sweden.
The tall ships Regatta in Blyth is drawing closer with the Parade of the Sail event.
The ships have undocked and are sailing in a flotilla along the coast from Blyth before the official start of a race to Gothenburg, in Sweden.
The regatta began last Friday, and has attracted tens of thousands of visitors to the Northumberland coast.