Police are appealing for help to find a missing woman from Bury.
Lynda Foulkes, 46, was last seen in the Ainsworth area of Bury at around 3pm on July 10. She has links to North East it is believed she may visit the Wallington Hall or Belsay area in Northumberland, or the Whitley Bay area of North Tyneside.
Ms Foulkes is described as being around 5ft 5in tall, of slim build with short black/grey hair. She was last seen wearing grey trousers, a navy blue hooded top and walking trainers.
Anyone who may have seen Lynda or may have information of her whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101 extension 69191.
Three shelters earmarked for demolition have been been given a last-minute reprieve after 2,000 people signed a petition to save them.
The shelters on the North Promenade at Whitley Bay were due to be bulldozed this morning, but the council has agreed to a delay.
A spokesman says this will allow them to hear people's concerns, and a final decision will be made at a later date.
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A man has died and a woman is critically ill after a motorised trike crashed into a sea wall in Cullercoats, on the North Tyneside coast.
These pictures, which are exclusive to ITV News, show the scene shortly after the three-wheeled vehicle came off the road and hit a wall on Windsor Avenue, at about 11pm on Tuesday evening.
A man has died and a woman remains in a critical condition after a trike crash in North Tyneside.
It happened at 10.43pm last night (Tuesday 24 June) at Windsor Crescent, close to the junction with Windsor Avenue in Cullercoats, when the three-wheeled vehicle collided with a wall.
A 60-year-old man, who was riding the RF1 Motor Trike, was taken to North Tyneside General Hospital where he later died.
The rear passenger, a woman aged 36, was taken to the RVI in Newcastle where she remains in a critical condition.
The road was closed for four hours to allow for vehicle recovery and collision investigation.
Witnesses can contact Northumbria Police by calling 101.
A man who killed his father and grandmother in the home they shared has been ordered into a secure hospital indefinitely.
Glen Patterson, 25, turned on Ray, 61, and Clara, 82, at the house in Benton on North Tyneside, believing they were plotting to kill him.
Gregg Easteal reports.
A 25-year-old man has admitted cutting his father's and grandmother's throats because he feared they were plotting to kill him.
Glen Patterson stabbed each more than 30 times with a number of knives and even a nail file.
He had begun attacking his grandmother Clara, 82, as she sat in front of the fire and then turned on his father Ray, 61, as he stepped in to help her.
He then ran out into the street in his bloodsoaked clothing and was run over by a car and nearly hit by a lorry. Police were called and when they arrived, he told them: "I've killed two people."
At Newcastle Crown Court, Glen Patterson admitted two counts of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
Mrs Justice Andrews told him: "Those were the two people who loved you mostin the world."
The court heard he is suffering a severe mental illness and being detained at Broadmoor high-security hospital. He was sentenced to an indefinite hospital order.
The judge said: "They will be able to treat you until you get well."You will only be released once the responsible authorities are satisfied you no longer present a danger to the public."
Glen Patterson, 25, seen here in handcuffs, has admitted killing his father and grandmother in a brutal attack. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
Ray, 61, and Clara, 82, died at their home in Benton, North Tyneside.
A 25-year-old man has pleaded guilty to killing his father and grandmother in a brutal attack.
Glen Patterson admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility. He killed his father Ray, 61, and grandmother Clara, 82, at their home in Benton on North Tyneside in February. He will be sent to a secure hospital.
The Communities Minister, Eric Pickles MP, will decide whether 650 new homes planned for Wallsend, on North Tyneside, can go ahead.
The application has already been turned down by North Tyneside Council. An inquiry will begin today and is expected to conclude next week.