Northumbria Police were called to a flat on York Road in Whitley Bay just before 6.30pm on Tuesday August 25th.
The victim was found inside with stab wounds to his stomach and remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
A 46-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent.
A shop worker in North Tyneside has suffered cuts to his face after being attacked by a man he believed was behaving suspiciously.Read the full story ›
Extra officers are in the Wallsend area to carry out enquiries and to offer reassurance to the community.Read the full story ›
A North Tyneside fundraiser has embarked on his latest challenge to raise money for the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle.
Ivan Hollingsworth, 40, who lives in Whitley Bay, has raised more than £400,000 over the last five years for the Children's Heart Unit after his son, Sebastian, had surgery at the hospital in 2009.
He has now began his sixth coast-to-coast challenge to pay for specialist staff at the hospital's new £300,000 playroom.
Ivan and a team of riders, including staff from the Freeman Hospital, will cycle 140 miles from Whitehaven, in West Cumbria to Tynemouth.
A woman has been treated in hospital after a two vehicle crash during a police pursuit in North Tyneside. It happened just before midnight on Preston Road. The woman, who was a passenger, was treated for a minor head injury and a dislocated hip. A 21-year-old driver was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving. Police are appealing for witnesses.
A 48 year old man was slashed across the face during a robbery in North Tyneside last night. He needed hospital treatment for the injury. He'd been walking along Saville Street, between 9pm and 10pm, when an unknown man approached him, threatened him, then demanded money and his phone. The man refused and he was slashed across the face with what police describe as 'a sharp article.' The offender ran away towards the magistrates court. He is described as approximately 6 feet 2" tall, wearing dark clothing with the hood of his jacket up. Police are appealing for witnesses.
The region's newest hospital will open its doors in a fortnight.
An official opening date for the Northumbria Hospital, in Cramlington, has been set for Tuesday June 16.
Costing 75 million pounds to build, the Cramlington-based hospital will be the first dedicated emergency-care hospital in the country, and will treat people from across Northumberland and North Tyneside.
A company owned by the Duke of Northumberland has unveiled plans for a retail development in North Tyneside, which could bring with it 200 jobs.
Northumberland Estates wants to build a large discount supermarket, as well as other outlets, at the Northumberland Park Centre in Shiremoor. They are inviting people living nearby to comment, before a planning application is submitted next month.
The Northumberland Park area has been subject to significant residential development over the last 10-15 years. It is currently served by a district centre, which contains a Sainsbury’s supermarket and a number of smaller shop units.
The proposals would help to deliver the expansion of the existing Northumberland Park District Centre. In doing so, it would meet the objectives of the Local Plan, which allocates the site for new shopping development.
A joint seaside operation to prevent crime and anti-social behaviour has been launched in North Tyneside.Read the full story ›
Alan Campbell has been re-elected as the Labour MP for Tynemouth.