On the longest day of the year our weatherman Ross caught the sunrise off the east coast.Read the full story ›
Extremely heavy rain over the region left Durham County Council with no option but to call off today’s activities.Read the full story ›
They peak as summer starts, and this year the Northumberland rhododendrons are putting on a colourful display.Read the full story ›
There are calls to let your grass grow this May, but will you want to be out in the garden?Read the full story ›
They used to be missing from our region- but avocets numbers have now hit new highs.
The wading bird, whose distinct look is used as the RSPB logo, is thriving at wetlands in Washington.
Ross Hutchinson has been to find out more.
The signs of spring keep coming - lambs are popping up in fields across the region. Ross Hutchinson went to a farm near Barnard CastleRead the full story ›
The starling murmurations have returned. Tens of thousands of birds take to the skies every sunset.Read the full story ›
A carefully selected Christmas tree has been chopped down in Kielder - ready for a long journey to London.
Ross went to join the in the festive felling:
Despite some heavy rain, after the very dry summer many of our rivers are still running low.
But that hasn't stopped what's known as the salmon run in the River Tyne. As Ross Hutchinson has been finding out, sometimes nature needs a helping hand.
Tyneside and Wearside have some of the lowest levels of woodland in the country.
There's now a plan to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds to plant thousands of trees at a site near Beamish.
The area is already home to a small forest- with hopes it will soon be growing in size.
Ross has been to find out more.