A woman has been rescued from the top of the huge land sculpture Northumberlandia in Cramlington after injuring her ankle.
Amatuer photographer Jamie Welsh was walking his dog when he found the woman sitting down and went to help her yesterday, September 6th.
Speaking to ITV News Tyne Tees Mr Walsh said he called an ambulance, but once they arrived at the sculpture it had to "reverse up the structure" to be able to reach the woman safety.
A specialist care emergency hospital for Cramlington has opened today. Here's a guide to the figures behind Northumbria's new hospital?Read the full story ›
Seriously ill patients are being moved to a new hospital opened in Northumberland this morning (Tuesday June 16th, 2015).
From today serious A and E cases, as well as major illnesses, will be dealt with in Cramlington.
Only lesser problems will be treated at Wansbeck, Hexham and North Tyneside.
A new hospital in Cramlington will open on 16th June 2015.Read the full story ›
There has been criticism about the opening of a new hospital in Northumberland. Some people living in rural communities say they are angry that they will have to travel to Cramlington for serious A&E conditions, while only being able to use Hexham, Wansbeck and North Tyneside hospitals for less serious problems. Doctors say it means patients will receive better care.
Paralympian Stephen Miller competed at the British Wheelchair Athletics Association Grand Prix Series throwing his best distance since 2009.Read the full story ›
A 15-year-old boy has been assaulted and suffered burns to his leg and thigh.
Police say fuel was poured over his trousers and set alight during the attack, which happened at around 11.29pm last Thursday, April 2nd, near the One Stop Shop at the Brockwell Centre, Cramlington, Northumberland.
The boy has been taken to the RVI in Newcastle for treatment where his injuries are not believed to be life threatening.
A man, originally from Whitley Bay, has been sent to prison for making and possessing indecent images of children.
As part of a national operation, police officers had searched a house in Cramlington, Northumberland, in October 2014 and seized computer equipment.
This stored indecent images of children.
Kenneth Nessworthy, who was living in Malta at the time of his arrest, pleaded guilty to four charges of making indecent images of a child and one count of possessing a photo of a child for distribution.
He was sentenced at Newcastle Crown Court to eight months in prison for making indecent images of children and eight months for possess indecent images of children.
The sentences will run concurrently.
Nessworthy will also be placed on the Sex Offenders Register for ten years.
- Officers found 1,335 videos containing indecent images of children and 566 movie files containing indecent images of children.
This investigation was part of a national operation in relation to child exploitation online.
Stephen Miller's twentieth senior international season got underway last week at the Fazza International Athletics Competition in Dubai.Read the full story ›