A beekeeper has described vandalism to his beehives as a "disgraceful act".Read the full story ›
Thieves made away with a substantial amount of cable in the South Drive area of Hebburn during Tuesday night.Read the full story ›
Babies will be born at South Tyneside District Hospital for the first time since the service was suspended.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for the public's help to trace a missing man from South Tyneside.
Craig Francis Potts, 43, was last seen in Armstrong Court in Hebburn on January 15.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101 quoting reference 40 160118.
South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed that the delivery of babies at South Tyneside District Hospital is planned to resume.Read the full story ›
Jobs are to be lost at two North East engineering sites after multi-national Siemens announced redundancies.Read the full story ›
Health officials are suspending births at South Tyneside Hospital from Monday 4th December, as a result of a severe staff shortageRead the full story ›
Police in South Shields investigating what they are describing as 'a bogus caller incident' have released an image of two men they'd like to trace.
It's after an elderly resident was duped into signing for some roof repairs that were not needed around 11.30am on Thursday October 5 in Tadema Road in the town.
Officers are carrying out enquiries and are keen to speak to the two men pictured.
It's thought they were in the area at the time and might be able to help the police.
In light of the Grenfell tower fire in London earlier this year South Tyneside high rise buildings will be fitted with sprinklers.Read the full story ›
The daughter of a man whose organs were removed and stored without her knowledge for twenty two years says she will continue fighting for the truth.
South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust has apologised to 41 families after their loved ones' body parts were kept when they were no longer needed by the police or coroner.
Julie Harrison reports: