More than ten thousand fish have found new homes in the North East today as part of the Environment Agency's plan to improve the region's rivers.
Three varieties of freshwater fish have been introduced to the River Tees, the Gaunless, the Wear and the Tyne.
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A third of secondary schools in the North East are not good enough, inspectors have warned.
City of York Council cited the number of complaints it had received about the service and a recent well-publicised data protection breach.
A man was cut with a knife close to a primary school in York after he refused to hand over his mobile phone.