Nothing personal, but belt up. I’m not being rude though.
This week is National Apprenticeship Week.
Young people in North Tyneside have been to the polls to elect their next Young Mayor and Member of UK Youth Parliament (MYP).
Last month, North Tyneside Council agreed a budget for 2018/19 to protect essential services while saving more than £10m over the next year.
Can you spare a couple of hours a month for a noble cause that will help your friends, family, community and country?
Governments often spend their first term blaming their predecessors, but after that governing gets harder.
More than three-quarters of people in the North East are in favour of a change in the law on organ donation, new figures reveal.
Cancer survival rates in Britain still lag behind other countries and too many cancers are diagnosed at an advanced stage, when they are harder to treat successfully.
Around 90,000 working families in the North East with children under 12 can apply for up to £2,000 of childcare support per child, per year, from today.
Eight in 10 North-Easterners think the UK’s relationship with alcohol is ‘unhealthy’, a major new report has revealed.
As the country celebrates 100 years since women were first given the vote, North Tyneside’s Elected Mayor Norma Redfearn is encouraging everyone to ensure their voice is heard.
This week the House of Commons debated the annual police grant.
North Tyneside is well known for its beautiful coastline.
Ideally, we would all stand on our own two feet, but that’s not possible for some who need help to do so.
North Tyneside MP Mary Glindon has been learning how pre-school deaf children can benefit from transformational technology.
Now that the EU Withdrawal Bill has passed its House of Commons’ stages and goes to the House of Lords, the Commons is reverting back to a familiar weekly pattern, with a day of debate inspired by backbenchers.
At least 75 North-East lives will be lost if the Government delays the introduction of a minimum unit price (MUP) in England for five years, the region’s alcohol office has warned.
Many of us abandon alcohol for a ‘dry January’ following the seasonal festivities.
Firstly, I would like to wish everyone in North Tyneside a Happy New Year and best wishes for 2018.
Hearing the words NHS winter crisis as we enter what is the 70th anniversary year of the NHS, cynics may ask what is different about this winter.