DIY SOS appeal for help to transform North Shields home

A BBC show is looking for local tradespeople to help transform a family’s life.

Andrew Coleman, senior project manager, Robertson; Mayor Norma Redfearn CBE; Kyle Mackings, CEO, Kymel; Anita Chan, studio director, ADP; Amrit Naru, associate director, ADP; Zelda Baveystock, senior grants officer, HLF North East. Picture by Martin Avery Photography.

Spanish City Dome ready to re-open to the public

Whitley Bay’s iconic Spanish City is set to re-open to the public next week.

St Mary's Island'Picture by Jane Coltman

Have your say on protecting coastline around St Mary’s Island

A consultation process has started on giving more protection to marine life off the north east coast.

The Park Hotel Tynemouth is undergoing a �3million refurbishment. Picture by Stephen Beecroft.

Park Hotel Tynemouth undergoes £3m facelift

A seafront hotel is undergoing a major refurbishment.

Send us your pictures taken on Saturday, July 21, 2018.

Share your pics of one summer’s day

Summer has truly arrived and we wait with bated breath to see if the scorching temperatures we have enjoyed so far will extend into the school holidays so we can all have fun in the sun.

Whitley Bay FC.

Whitley boss to attend club talk-in

Whitley Bay manager Andy Gowens and his assistant Mick Mulhern will be holding a Talk-in after the friendly at home to Sunderland U23s on Saturday, 21st July.

Tynemouth v Newcastle, NEPL Premier Division, Tynemouth, 14 July 2018

Victory puts Tyne back on track

Some fine slow bowling from Professional Mark Watt and a determined run chase proved the key in a well contested game at Preston Avenue on Saturday.

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Cricket stumps.

Bay lose high-scoring encounter

Whitley Bay 1sts suffered a seven wicket defeat away to Bomarsund in the Northumberland & Tyneside Cricket League on Saturday.

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Tynemouth RNLI all weather lifeboat and Cullercoats RNLI lifeboat put on a demonstration for the crowds at Tynemouth RNLI's Lifeboat Day. Picture by Adrian Don

Making a splash to raise funds for Tynemouth RNLI

Thousands of pounds has been raised to help save lives at sea.

Stephen Miller MBE and Coun Tommy Mulvenna join in the centenary celebrations at Woodlawn School.

Week of events to celebrate North Tyneside school’s centenary

A host of activities has taken place celebrating a school’s 100th anniversary.

Coun Steve Cox, cabinet member for housing at North Tyneside Council.

North Tyneside Council begins search for sub-contractors

Local sub-contractors and suppliers are being invited to a business event this month.

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Reminder of free childcare in North Tyneside

Families are being urged to take advantage of free childcare.

Il Divo perform at Alwnick Castle Pastures. Pictures by Jane Coltman

REVIEW: Il Divo, with special guest Michael Ball, Alnwick Castle - Sunday, July 15

There was no getting away from the World Cup in the last few weeks, even after the final whistle had blown on the tournament.

Sting looks at the painting by LS Lowry of Swan Hunter shipyard in Wallsend. Picture by Nathan Chandler.

Music legend Sting visits gallery showing Swan Hunter painting

International music icon Sting has been reminiscing about his Wallsend roots.

Hundreds of people took part in St Oswald's Hospice's Lantern Walk at Rising Sun Country Park in Benton. Picture by Andrew Thompson.

Lighting a way to helping St Oswald’s Hospice

Tens of thousands of pounds has been raised to help a north east charity.

Millys Dance School, which perfomred at the tea dance at North Tyneside General Hospital to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS. Picture by Gavin Duthie

Tea dances celebrate a special day

The 70th birthday of the NHS has been toasted with a cuppa at a series of 1940s-themed tea dances at hospitals across North Tyneside and Northumberland.

Emily Burns, North East regional manager for Sported.

Support available to help disadvantaged children access sport

An event is taking place to help community groups get access to more sports for disadvantaged young people.

Suggs and Madness at the Pastures, in the shadow of Alnwick Castle. Picture by Jane Coltman

REVIEW: Madness, Lightning Seeds, The Tailormade - Alnwick Castle, Saturday, July 14

Alnwick was awash with pork pie hats, fezes and monochome chequered T-shirts yesterday as the town was struck by more than a touch of madness.
CENTENARY: School is a flagship

CENTENARY: School is a flagship

It was a pleasure and an honour to join young people, staff, governors and other guests for afternoon tea at Woodlawn School to celebrate its centenary.

RECYCLING: Accept more items in bins

RECYCLING: Accept more items in bins

I don’t understand why North Tyneside councillors believe that moving to fortnightly bin collections will increase the council’s recycling rate, (News Guardian, June 28).

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