Strictly Come Dancing is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a live tour which will make a stop at Newcastle.Read the full story ›
ParalympicsGB athletes have been sharing photos of their flight home while enjoying VIP treatment.
The ParalympicsGB team have begun disembarking from the airplane at Heathrow Airport to be greeted by a heroes' welcome from flag-waving fans.
Fans of all ages have gathered to welcome the success-laden British team home from Rio 2016.
The X Factor winner James Arthur’s new single could reach the official number one spot.
The Teesside musician’s new track, Say You Won’t Let Go, debuted at number 25 in last week’s Official Singles Chart.
Say You Won’t Let Go is the most downloaded track of the chart week so far. It has already been announced that the track hit number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 chart (based on iTunes).
His comeback follows some controversial moves by the singer from Saltburn who admits he has been on 'self destruct'.
Officers from Northumbria Police are set to be the next stars of TV when a brand new access-all-areas documentary hits the small screen.Read the full story ›
Smoking rates in the North East are the lowest ever on record at 18.7% this year, compared to 29% of people smoking in 2005.Read the full story ›
Our North East athletes did fantastically well at the Paralympics in Rio. Here are the stars from the region.Read the full story ›
Northumberland County Council found some takeaway firms were selling pizza and lager to underage drinkers.Read the full story ›
An iconic landmark along Hadrian's Wall has been nominated for England's Tree of the Year.Read the full story ›
Northern Film & Media say it has been "fantastic" having the cast and crew of the new Transformers Movie in the region - even if it was just for a few days.
100 local people a day were here during the filming of Transformers, working with the crew and cast as runners, security and PA's. It has been a fantastic experience for all those involved. We know it's massively helped hotels near filming locations - just a small example of how economically these types of events can benefit the region. Last year film and TV brought 13 million pounds to the North East. TV series and short films that are in the area for longer periods of time really help local talent get valuable experience and personal involvement in this exciting industry.