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Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade has raised more than £1,700 through a bag packing event at Morrisons in Tynemouth.
North Tyneside Mental health is holding a listening event for adults and older people next month in North Shields.
An adventure awaits for young readers who take part in the 2013 Summer Reading Challenge.
An operation that saw up to £1.75m worth of drugs seized by Northumbria Police has resulted in ten men being jailed.
Fusiliers from the borough have undertaken a challenge to hike 50 miles in two days in preparation for a walking competition.
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Rockcliff RFC Under-10s, players and parents, have expressed their gratitude and appreciation for the enthusiastic support shown from the Park View business owners in Whitley Bay.
Newcastle United have this morning announced that Managing Director Derek Llambias has resigned from his position with immediate effect.
It has been hectic few days at Hillheads following the appointment of Simon Leach as Whitley Warriors coach last week.
It has been an active week for North Shields management duo Graham Fenton and Andy Bowman as they aim to assemble a promotion chasing squad with the first warm-up game looming.
The First and Second teams both lost their respective games to Chester-le-Street on Saturday but then the two Third teams raised spirits at the club by both winning their Sunday clashes.
Ladies cricket at Preston Avenue enjoyed a special event last Thursday when skipper Rachael Gillot and her team entertained a touring side from Manchester University.
A new exhibition has gone on show at The Bridge Gallery in Tynemouth Station.
Pupils at a borough dance company have won big in a national freestyle disco competition at the weekend.
A Whitley Bay writer is bringing his latest play to two new borough venues.
The winner of a festival for young people in the borough, will have the chance to play at the Mouth of the Tyne Festival.
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.
North Tyneside Libraries will celebrate this year’s National Bookstart Week with an event at Wallsend Park on Tuesday, June 25.
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.
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Weather for Whitley Bay
Thursday 20 June 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: South east
Temperature: 10 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 9 mph
Wind direction: North west