Rixton stopped by the North East on their radio tour to promote Let The Road. They spoke to Rachel Sweeney about their music-scene takeover.Read the full story ›
It seems we have some very talented pumpkin carvers in the region....Read the full story ›
We asked for your scary snaps - here is a selection of the best!Read the full story ›
We would like to see your Halloween pumpkins - are you the best carver in the North East? Send your snaps to email@example.com
Here are some pumpkins carved by our presenters Ian Payne and Rachel Sweeney.
Breezy but dry and unseasonably warm by day, with early cloud cover giving way to some sunny spells.
Becoming increasingly windy later with rain spreading east during the evening. Maximum Temperature 19C.
Firefighters in the North East of England will begin a four-day strike this evening (Friday, 31st October) at 6pm.
The strike will end on the evening of Tuesday, 4th November - the day before Bonfire Night. It is part of a national ongoing dispute over their pensions.
Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service has asked local people and businesses to take extra care to protect themselves and their families from the risks of fire.
As the government proposes a ban on 'legal highs', one mother from Yorkshire told ITV News about the night she found her son collapsed.
He had called her to tell her he had taken a substance. The woman has chosen to remain anonymous to protect her son's identity.
The mother has supported government calls for a blanket ban on the substances, which are chemical compound sold freely over the counter in garages, newsagents and nightclubs, although not for human consumption.
Durham's Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Hogg has also supported the ban.
"The individual taking those drugs doesn't know what they've taken. They don't know what's in there. So if they do have an accident and get taen to hospital, the hospital staff don't know what they've taken, and it is causing deaths.
A look ahead at the forecast for the Tyne Tees region.Read the full story ›
The owner of a 'legal high' shop told ITV News his service helps addicts - and banning it would drive users towards criminal drug dealers.Read the full story ›