Officers were called to Grainger Street in the city centre at 12.12pm on Friday September 23, following reports of people fighting in the street.
Police attended the area and three men aged 21, 23 and 31 years have been all been arrested on suspicion of affray and are currently in custody.
There are no reports of anyone having been injured during the incident. There are extra officers on patrol in the area to reassure people.
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The new £5 notes are being accepted at all Metro ticket machines.
Some passengers reported problems with getting the notes accepted when they were first issues.
The ticket machines have now being upgraded though and Nexus who run the Tyne and Wear Metro say there should be no more problems.
The new five pound notes are now accepted on all 225 Metro ticket machines.
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The route, hailed as a game changer for the North East upon its arrival in 2007, carried 22,745 passengers in August from Newcastle and its Dubai hub.