Kenny Toal joins 250 Leyton Orient fans on a trip to the Somme and visits the graves of three North East footballers who never came home.
North Yorkshire Police say that a u-turn on proposals to build new headquarters near Thirsk will save the tax-payer millions of pounds.
Military aircrew from as far afield as Australia and the Czech Republic are in North Yorkshire for an exercise.
People across the UK are being invited to turn out their lights at exactly the same time, 100 years after Britain entered the First World War.
This will happen between 10pm and 11pm on Monday August 4th.
We are being urged to do this either at our homes, or to join others for a public display of commemoration.
Here are the locations of public Lights Out events across the region:
- Royal British Legion, Newbiggin by the Sea, Northumberland
- North Tyneside Council headquarters
- Northumbria House, North Shields
- Sage Gateshead
- Royal British Legion, Houghton-le-Spring
- Durham Cathedral
- Durham School
- Clarence Court sheltered housing, Spennymoor
- Dorman Museum, Middlesbrough
- Yarm War Memorial
- Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
- North Yorkshire County Council headquarters, Northallerton
- Composer at Woods, Berwick-upon-Tweed
More details can be found at the official Lights Out website
Ripon diver Jack Laugher has won a silver medal in the final of the Men's 3 metre Springboard event at the Commonwealth Games.
He won gold yesterday in the 1 metre dive.
Harrogate's Oliver Dingley came third in the 3 metre dive to take the bronze.
Ripon diver Jack Laugher has taken silver in the final of the Men's 3m Springboard event at the Commonwealth Games.
Harrogate's Oliver Dingley came third to take the bronze.
Northallerton's Daniel Reed has progressed into the Semi-Finals of the Table Tennis Mixed Doubles.
The 24-year-old, from Northallerton, and his partner Kelly Sibley overcome India 3-2 in the Quarter-Finals.
The Mixed Doubles Semi-Finals gets underway on Friday.
Squadron Leader Mike Gallagher from RAF Benson is leading the exercise.
He says the three week course helps equip some of the country's best helicopter pilots with advanced skills in warfare.
Jet pilot, Major Denis Dubravcik, from the Czech Air Force, is among the international crews taking part in the exercise.