A £3 million radiotherapy system is being used to treat cancer patients at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle.Read the full story ›
It's five years since the death of Sir Bobby Robson. Since then the cancer charity he established has raised more than £7million.Read the full story ›
On this day 5 years ago Sir Bobby Robson left us. A gentleman. A leader. An inspiration. A friend. #RIPBobby
5yrs ago today we lost not only a great manager but a great man too. His tremendous legacy lives on through the fantastic @sbrfoundation
5th anniversary of Sir Bobby Robson's passing today. A gentle man, a great football man, never forgotten. Love to his family and friends.
Today (July 31) marks the fifth anniversary of the death of Sir Bobby Robson.
Since the death of the footballing legend, the cancer charity he established has gone from strength to strength.
The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation has raised more than £7million.
His widow, Sir Elsie Robson and son Mark talk about his legacy:
Today marks the 6th anniversary of the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and the charity has announced it has raised more than £7 million.Read the full story ›
Mark Allison, known as Run Geordie Run, popped into the ITV Tyne Tees studio just hours after his return to Newcastle, to tell Ian and Helen about his gruelling 2,300 mile run across Australia.
He raised almost £50,000 for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and the Children's Foundation.
Watch the full interview here:
Mark Allison, known as Run Geordie Run, has arrived back at Newcastle International Airport, after his Australian adventure.
He ran more than 2,300 miles in 82 days to raise money for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and the Children's Foundation.
Mark Allison, known as Run Geordie Run, has spoken of his "82 days of mental and physical torture" as he ran across Australia in his latest epic challenge.
He said it was only the thought of the charities he was raising money for that kept him going.
Hear what he says here:
Minutes after touching down at Newcastle International Airport, Mark Allison described his epic journey across Australia, which raised £50,000 for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and the Children's Foundation.
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