UNEMPLOYED Dan Conway from Whitley Bay hit on a novel way to attract attention to his job hunting efforts, attracting attention from bothlocal and national media, including the Sunday Post.
The sail training ship Stavros S Niarchos sails from the Port of Blyth after a two day stay as the centrepiece of the town's Renewables Festival. Blyth is developing extensive business within the renewable energy sector.
Alison Huggan, who has twin teenage sons serving in the Army and is being penalised by 'Bedroom Tax' rules as the government breaks their promise to exempt military families.
RNLI lifeboats from Sunderland, Tynemouth and Hartlepool provided a guard of honour as former Seaham lifeboat George Elmy sailed back into her home port on Sunday for the first time since tragically capsizing in 1962 with the loss of nine lives. The liverpool-class lifeboat was restored on the Tyne and now sits as the centrepiece […]
Lee Hall, author of the stage play Billy Elliott, at Newcastle's Literary & Philosophical Society for the launch of Festival of the North East's History of the North East in 100 Objects.