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Revving up their business idea
Teenager honoured for police cadet work
Veteran awarded Arctic Star Medal
Book support for campaign
Teenagers learn how to live independently
A man has appeared in court following a disturbance at a house in Wallsend in which police officers were allegedly threatened with a knife.
Unemployed people in North Tyneside are being offered free places on a new training course designed to help them take advantage of job opportunities in the thriving offshore wind energy market.
The police and North Tyneside Council are working together to tackle anti-social behaviour around the Chirton and Preston Grange estates.
A teenager from the borough has been honoured for her contribution as a Northumbria Police cadet.
A Merchant Navy veteran has received recognition for his efforts in the Arctic Convoys during the Second World War.
A woman who was mugged and pulled to the ground in an attack in broad daylight said she screamed blue murder when it happened.
Gateshead Rutherford have been handed a stay of execution and avoided the drop into Division One of the Northern Football Alliance next season.
A new junior football team is launching ready for the 2013/14 season.
Simon Leach has returned to Whitley Warriors as coach for the 2013-14 campaign.
North Shields Football Club have confirmed dates of four pre-season friendlies with more in the pipeline.
Tynemouth Cricket Club’s first team entertained Benwell Hill at Preston Avenue in the NEPL Premiership with Ben Debnam electing to bat first on the superbly prepared wicket.
On Saturday Monkseaton first team played Hebburn at Churchill playing fields with skipper Cameron Butler winning the toss and choosing to bat.
Linskill Community Theatre Group are taking on their biggest challenge to date in the form of Grease. The theatre group is better known for the spectacular Christmas Pantomimes they produce each year, but this year’s annual summer show will be Grease.
The cast for this year’s traditional panto at the Playhouse Whitley Bay has been announced.
Tynemouth Gilbert and Sullivan Society will present The Sorcerer at Tynemouth Priory Theatre this month.
Visitors to the Tynemouth Station market this Sunday (June 9) will have the chance to take part in a research project to discover how playful they are as part of Festival of the North East.
Whitley Bay Pantomime Society are holding an open night on Tuesday, June 25, at 7pm at Oxford Street Methodist Church, Whitley Bay.
Northern women are top of the shoppers when it comes to all things hair, according to hair and beauty specialists Hairtrade.com
An event is being held to give Year 12 students more information about applying to the country’s top universities.
Borough libraries are taking part in a new national scheme to help people who suffer from conditions including depression and anxiety.
Members of Monkseaton Fairway Townswomen’s Guild enjoyed the second part of Aline Shepherd’s ‘Burma Trilogy’.
One problem of the aftermath of the First World War was how to accommodate the vast ‘army’ of war widows in a rudimentary system of social security –still framed within the concepts of middle class Victorian values.
ISIS Arts are bringing their inflatable mobile exhibition venue – The Big M – back to the borough.
A north east charity has launched its annual search for the region’s bravest young stars.
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Weather for Whitley Bay
Tuesday 18 June 2013
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Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: South east
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Wind Speed: 9 mph
Wind direction: North west