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North Shields Fish Quay to get new apartments and shops under new scheme

North Shields Fish Quay to get new apartments and shops under new scheme

An eyesore site at North Shields Fish Quay is being transformed into a development of new homes and shops. Fourteen apartments with car parking and two retail units are being built on land at Bell Street, which has been vacant for a number of years. Grou

29 min. ago in Regional North East
 
Coast Road cycle route: How is the cycleway being improved and how will the work affect riders?

Coast Road cycle route: How is the cycleway being improved and how will the work affect riders?

Work is under way to improve a route for cyclists and pedestrians along a main road between North Tyneside and Newcastle. The project on the A1058 Coast Road is being carried out by North Tyneside Council and will involve diversions for cyclists and walk

29 min. ago in Regional North East
 

'Treasure every moment' - Your Mother's Day messages for Cheryl

Fans of Cheryl and Liam Payne have been offering their congratulations and Mother’s Day wishes to the new parents. Cheryl announced on Saturday that she had given birth to her first child on Wednesday, and warm wishes began flooding in at the news. Chron

yesterday, 11:47 in Regional North East
 
From the amazing to the delusional: Things you'd only know if you play Sunday League football

From the amazing to the delusional: Things you'd only know if you play Sunday League football

The Premier League may be the cream of the crop. But there’s really nothing else like Sunday League football. From the magic sponge to nameless shirts, the game has it all. Here are some of the things you’re bound to recognise if you’re familiar with a b

yesterday, 06:02 in Regional North East
 
Another driver risks it at Holy Island causeway - but swift tides mean the gamble doesn't pay off

Another driver risks it at Holy Island causeway - but swift tides mean the gamble doesn't pay off

Rescue teams were called to Holy Island to rescue yet another driver caught out by fast-moving tides. Two people had to be carried to safety by Holy Island Coastguard when the waves began to wash their vehicle away as they tried to make it across the tid

Saturday, 17:37 in Regional North East
 

Teaching assistants march through Durham with one message: 'We're not going away'

Teaching assistants filled the streets of Durham to fight what they call unfair contract proposals. The assistants’ long-running dispute with Durham County Council began last year when the authority announced plans to fire and re-hire all them under new

Saturday, 16:49 in Regional North East
 
Search is on for war hero's family after medal is found buried in Fawdon

Search is on for war hero's family after medal is found buried in Fawdon

Buried in the ground, this First World War victory medal was unearthed by engineers in Newcastle. The sentimental piece was found in the Fawdon area of the city during Virgin Media’s routine work on its broadband network. Workers from contractors McNicho

Saturday, 11:27 in Regional North East
 

Number of parents fined for taking kids out of school hits high - but where is the truancy capital?

Parents paid a record number of fines for taking their kids out of school without permission last year, we can reveal today. They were made to fork out almost £100,000 after 2,631 penalty notices were issued to those flouting the term-time rules. By far

Saturday, 05:22 in Regional North East
 

A symbol of history: Giant sculpture marking the start of Hadrian's Wall is unveiled

A Roman fort welcomed an imposing new recruit this week as it celebrated a double anniversary. The 8.5ft tall centurion Sentius Tectonicus took up his new post at Segedunum fort in Wallsend to mark the eastern end – or start - of Hadrian’s Wall. The unve

Saturday, 05:22 in Regional North East
 
Which clocks will I have to manually change when the time goes forward?

Which clocks will I have to manually change when the time goes forward?

The clocks spring forward an hour this week so we should get more light in the evenings. The time will change at 1am on Sunday, March 26 and go forward by an hour to 2am. Clocks move forward in spring to shift some extra daylight into the night. In Autum

Saturday, 05:22 in Regional North East
 
George Stephenson's legacy to live on as charity vows to create new visitor experience

George Stephenson's legacy to live on as charity vows to create new visitor experience

The charity that runs the childhood home of an engineering giant has vowed to find new ways to tell his story. The National Trust closed the Wylam birthplace of railway pioneer George Stephenson on what it said was a temporary basis in February. The pict

Saturday, 05:22 in Regional North East
 
Lucky to be alive attack victim thought he was dying during savage onslaught with broken bottle

Lucky to be alive attack victim thought he was dying during savage onslaught with broken bottle

Lucky to be alive, Lee Little thought he was dying as a raging attacker repeatedly stabbed him in the head and neck with a broken bottle. It was pure good fortune Lee Richardson didn’t kill Mr Little during a savage attack which narrowly missed cutting a

Friday, 19:20 in Regional North East
 

Morpeth naval officer set for 'yomp' to the North East following return of HMS Ocean

A Northumberland naval officer is set to hotfoot it home to the North East to see the hospital where his son underwent a heart operation As almost 2,000 family and friends gathered to welcome home the Royal Navy’s fleet flagship HMS Ocean after a six-mon

Friday, 19:02 in Regional North East
 

Meet the paw-some cat with a unique trick hoping to save it from a Chester-le-Street rescue centre

A cheeky cat has taken matters into his own paws to find a new home by showing off his purrfect high fives. Black and white kitty Rolo has seen 40 other felines get adopted since moving to RSPCA Felledge Animal Centre in Chester-le-Street in the New Year

Friday, 18:10 in Regional North East
 

Be first in UK to get the new £1: Newcastle chosen as launch city for coin

Geordies can get their first sight of the new £1 coin next week. Stocks of the currency will be available from the Nat West bank in Northumberland Street, Newcastle , on Tuesday. But experts say it will take time to find its way into other banks and shop

Friday, 15:33 in Regional North East
 


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