Here are July 7th's top stories in the North East:
- Silent tribute paid to 7/7 victims across the North East 10 years on
- Final farewells to Reggie Young, the baby killed by his family dog
- South Shields murder suspect picture displayed and driven round Spain
- 'Dad's still got it' - Alan Shearer's son tweets video praising trick shot
- Sammy Ameobi joins Cardiff on loan from Newcastle
- Hats off! Pam Royle honoured by Sunderland University
A look ahead at the forecast for the Tyne Tees region.Read the full story ›
A Union Jack flag has been flown at half-mast at the Sunderland Civic Centre to mark the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 terror attacks.
Services have taken place across the country and a minute's silence held in memory of the 52 people killed in the London bombings in 2005.
Pupils at St Godric's RC Primary School in Durham have today, July 7, stopped to remember those who lost their lives in the London terror attacks in 2005.
On 7th July ten years ago, 52 people were killed and hundreds more were injured during the bomb attacks, which targeted people using public transport in London.
The names of all the people who lost their lives in the attack were read out during a memorial in St Paul's Cathedral earlier.
Last week we were on the brink of the hottest July day on record with temperatures in the mid 30s for parts of the UK.
But with a change in wind direction temperatures are tumbling tomorrow - down by up to 15C on last week.
We might need to dig out our wooly jumpers once again!
Some Muslims living in our region say the 7/7 atrocities caused some to be demonised.Read the full story ›
At 11.30 this morning the region fell silent to remember those who were killed in the 7/7 terror attacks ten years ago.
Speaking after the minute's silence at Newcastle Central Station, Vicki Jackman said, "ten years on your still remember, you still think about it - especially today":
'It just scares you': Newcastle commuters pause to remember the 52 killed and hundreds injured during the 7/7 attacks http://t.co/6uBxKtrXiJ
A minute's silence will be held across the region as part of the events to mark the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 bombings in London.
On 7th July 2005, 52 people were killed and hundreds more were injured during the terror attacks, which targeted people using public transport.
There will be a minute's silence across the North East today, July 7, at 11:30am, including at Newcastle Central Station.