Haymarket Metro station has been reopened this afternoon after a short closure.
The city centre station was closed at 12.50pm this afternoon (Thursday 4th December) for around 15 minutes after a problem with the power supply.
Passengers were not allowed to enter or exit the station during the closure but trains were still able to pass through.
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A Metro was evacuated this morning (October 24) after a train fire.
The fire service were called at around 7:40am after reports of the fire on the carriages between Howdon and Hadrian Road.
Commuters were forced to wait outside Hadrian Road for another train.
One commuter who was on board said that they were "forced to evacuate" after the back carriage "set alight and filled with smoke!"
Metro services were suspended between North Shields and St James - they were then reinstated between Wallsend and St James.
Trains are now running.
A man has died after falling off a ladder at Nexus Rail headquarters in Gosforth.
Metro services between Regent Centre and South Gosforth have been stopped because the incident, at around 2pm, happened close to the tracks.
The man has not yet been named.
Northumbria Police say inquiries are on-going and the Office of Rail Regulation has been told.
Thousands of items which have been left on the Metro over the years are to be sold at auction, with the proceeds going to charity.
The Metro Lost Property Auction will take place at Park Lane Interchange in Sunderland on Thursday (June 19).
There are over 4,000 items including a pair of boxing gloves, a pogo stick and a set of bunk bed ladders.
The proceeds are being donated to Age UK Sunderland, Action on Dementia Sunderland and NSPCC Childline Sunderland.
Director General of Nexus, Bernard Garner, said: “It’s been five years since the last Metro lost property auction took place so we’ve got a real treasure trove of lost property.
“It really is amazing what passengers lose on the Metro, from the mundane everyday times, to the more weird and wonderful.
"All proceeds from the auction will be donated to charity, like in previous years.”
The police have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to about the theft of a bag from a Metro at South Hylton. It happened shortly after 11.50am on Wednesday 23 April.
The victim, a 49-year-old woman from Gateshead, had been travelling on the Metro. She alighted the train at Park Lane station and left her canvas shopping bag on the train. It had an iPhone 4 and other personal items inside.
PC Nick Cannon said: “Officers have since carried out a number of enquiries and have managed to isolate images of a man they would like to speak to about the incident… I believe the man captured on CCTV has key information about the theft and I urge anyone who recognises him to give us a call.”
Members of the public can contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40.
Police in North Tyneside will work with Metro staff to crack down on shoplifters travelling around the area.
Anyone acting suspiciously could be stopped and questioned by extra teams in North Shields, Whitley Bay, Wallsend and Killingworth.
Delays of about 20-25 mins between South Shields and Pelaw due to an earlier failed train.
A woman hit by a Metro train remains in hospital.
The 44-year-old, who hasn't been formally identified, suffered serious injuries at Byker Metro Station in Newcastle at around 5.17 on Wednesday.
Police do not believe anyone else was involved.
A spokesman said enquiries are ongoing into the incident. Anyone with any information should call Northumbria Police on 101 extension 69191