Two men in a silver Ford Fiesta smashed the front window of the Jesmond Gallery jewellery shop in St George's Terrace.Read the full story ›
Are you a puddle fan?
Did you watch the live stream?
Or are you just confused what the fuss is all about?
Our reporter Katie Oakes went to visit what's left of Newcastle's latest landmark.
The drama is over.
The Newcastle puddle which captured the eyes of the world has been drained by the council.
Close to 20,000 people at a time watched events unfold yesterday on Periscope, with the hashtag #DrummondPuddleWatch trending on Twitter.
Newcastle law library was just one user to wish the puddle a goodbye before it was cleared.
The live stream was set up by a local company after employees were amused watching people attempt to navigate the puddle.
Beth Hazon, Managing Director at Drummond Central, and other onlookers, told ITV Tyne Tees they thought it was simple, silly fun.
Committed puddle fans can get a permanent memento. On eBay, a bottle of Drummond Puddle water has been on sale since yesterday. The latest bid stands at £65,900.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a robbery at a clothes store in Jesmond.
The incident happened at 9.30 on Wednesday morning at the Jules B shop on Acorn Road.
Two men aged 27 and 29 are currently in police custody.
Police have released CCTV footage to trace two men who robbed a clothes shop in Jesmond.
The incident happened at 9.30 this morning when two men entered the Jules B shop on Acorn Road.
One was armed with a knife and the other with what looks like a pistol. No one was hurt, and the robbers made off with a selection of clothing and some cash.
Police say they drove off in the direction of Osborne Road in a silver car. They're asking any witnesses to contact them.
Police have revealed descriptions of two West Jesmond armed robbery suspects. One was armed with a knife and the other a hand gun.Read the full story ›
Police are currently responding to a report of an armed robbery at the Jules B shop on Acorn Road in Jesmond.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information after two advertising banners were stolen in Jesmond.
They were taken from outside Jesmond Swimming Baths in St Georges Terrace between November 3,and November 4.
The banners are 8ft x 2ft with adverts for 'Jesmond Aqua Club' on them and they cost around £250 each. Officers believe the banners may have been taken by students in the area as a prank.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
A man has been arrested in connection with a historic sexual offence in the Jesmond area of Newcastle in late 2010.
A 29-year-old man from the Stakeford area was arrested on suspicion of rape and has been bailed pending further enquiries.
The arrest is in connection with a rape investigation that was re-opened by Northumbria police as part of the internal enquiry into the 'no-criming' of rape and sexual offence allegations.
Northumbria Police are warning of flooding on the Central Motorway in Newcastle. Motorists are being urged to take care.
One lane of Central Motorway flooded southbound nr to Jesmond turn off. Road is passable with care.