Today's top stories in the Tyne Tees region:
- Tributes left for Cameron Gosling, teenage River Wear drowning victim
- The River Wear's grim toll - fifteen die in the waters in two years
- Man steals thousands from pub threatening staff with kitchen knife
- Monster black holes discovered by Durham astronomers
- Paul Gascoigne: 'I thought my Rolex was listening to me'
- Lionesses return with World Cup bronze
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Five 'supermassive' black holes that were previously hidden by dust and gas have been uncovered by astronomers at the University of Durham.Read the full story ›
The England Women's World Cup team - led by Durham's Steph Houghton - has arrived at Heathrow after pulling off the best finish by any England team at a World Cup since the men were victorious in 1966.
Fara Williams' extra-time penalty against Germany in Edmonton handed the Lionesses a 1-0 win that secured them a bronze medal in the tournament.
As well as the captain, the squad also included four other players from the North East - Jill Scott, Lucy Bronze, Jordan Nobbs and Carly Telford.
Emma brings you Sunday night's pollen forecast for the North East region.
Emma brings you Sunday night's forecast for the North East region.
Northern Powergrid says electricity has now been restored to more than five hundred homes across the North East.
Lightning strikes and rain affected nearly seven hundred homes overnight.
More than a hundred properties are being reconnected in Darlington this afternoon.
A further 62 homes in Morpeth are expected to have power restored at around 7pm.