The Great Exhibition of the North is officially open. For 80 days it will showcase the great contributions made by the north in art, culture, design and innovation.
Twenty five thousand people will witness the official opening display of the UK's largest water sculpture tonight. It's 80 metres in length.
But we've already seen that in rehearsal, along with some of the event's other highlights.
A three-month celebration which starts on Friday 22 June and finishes on the weekend of the Great North Run, Sunday 9 September, 2018.Read the full story ›
Developers have announced plans to build Europe’s tallest observation wheel on Newcastle Quayside as part of a £100m investment.Read the full story ›
Owners of the devices are also set to be forced to register under new laws aimed at ensuring safety in the skies.Read the full story ›
An NHS service allowing people to see their doctor 24/7 via a videolink on their smartphone is being trialled.Read the full story ›
Social media sites face being made to pay for action to tackle "undeniable suffering" online - but what should you do if you are a victim?Read the full story ›
It could soon be used as standard forensic procedure to build up more accurate criminal profiles.Read the full story ›
The company said the move was to help users get around the "constraints" posed by certain languages.Read the full story ›
Details of a new edition of the Apple device called the "iPhone X" have been revealed in an apparent leak.Read the full story ›
The former head of Britain's electronic surveillance agency said the UK is "desperately" short of computer scientists and engineers.Read the full story ›