Emma brings you Sunday's weather forecast for the Tyne Tees regionRead the full story ›
All of the fires were extinguished but police are appealing for information. They believe they may have been started 'maliciously'.Read the full story ›
Emma brings you Saturday's forecast for the Tyne Tees regionRead the full story ›
Two businesses were served notices warning they are liable for a financial penalty of up to £20,000 per illegal worker arrested.Read the full story ›
Tyne and Wear Metro has revealed a number of special ticket options to help people as they visit the array of Great North Snowdogs.
The limited edition Snowdog Pop Pay As You Go card costs £13.50 and comes with a £10 balance already loaded on so you can start making journeys straightaway.
One of the architects of the powerhouse project, Lord O'Neill, has resigned from the Government and quit the Tory benches.Read the full story ›
After unprecedented demand, the event has reached its capacity of 3,500 just 12 days after it opened on the day of Great North Run.Read the full story ›
The new £5 notes are being accepted at all Metro ticket machines.
Some passengers reported problems with getting the notes accepted when they were first issues.
The ticket machines have now being upgraded though and Nexus who run the Tyne and Wear Metro say there should be no more problems.
The new five pound notes are now accepted on all 225 Metro ticket machines.
On June 23 the country went to the polls to take part in the EU Referendum.
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