4 hrs ago
Numbers on the rise at museums
Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths and Museum in Wallsend saw its visitor figures rise by 75 per cent for the week while Stephenson Railway Museum in North Shields saw a 23 per cent increase compared to the same period last year.
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8 hrs ago
Ceilidh dance in aid of charity
A 'Big Ceilidh Dance' evening is being held at Percy Park Rugby Club to raise money for North Tyneside branch of Multiple Sclerosis.
12 hrs ago
Friends of murdered Peter McMahon want answers
Killer Sharon Swinhoe battered 68-year-old Mr McMahon to death with the help another boyfriend before gouging his eyes out and later hiding his body in a freezer stashed in a flat in Elswick, Newcastle.
15 hrs ago
Tributes paid to Lemington man Jamie Belshaw as woman charged over his death
The latest traffic, travel, weather, crime and breaking news updates from The Chronicle, covering Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Northumberland, Sunderland and Durham for Monday, 10 March 2014.
15 hrs ago
Fears schools in North Tyneside will close as part of education review
Lisa Claire Palmer has been charged with his murder Parents fear schools may close in North Tyneside after a letter was sent out by the council outlining details of a major schools review Parents fear schools may close in North Tyneside after a letter was sent out by the council outlining details of a major schools review.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Whitley Bay model Sarah Douglas walking tall at Paris Fashion Week
From the platforms of Newcastle Central Station to the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week...it's been a rollercoaster journey for Sarah Douglas From the platforms of Newcastle Central Station to the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week...it's been a rollercoaster journey for Sarah Douglas.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Thousands Of Jobs And Apprenticeships To Get Seaside Economies And Flood Affected Areas Growing
Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Danny Alexander and Communities Secretary, Rt Hon Eric Pickles announced a multi-million pound package to create jobs and apprenticeships in coastal towns across the country, including areas affected by the recent floods, as part of the UK government's long-term economic plan.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
TV helps with fundraising for minibuses
Beacon Hill School had already raised money through a sponsored mountain climb, supermarket bag packs and the Great North Run.
Moment Longbenton double stabbing suspect nabbed by police
A grainy image caught by a passerby shows the dramatic moment police swooped on an attempted murder suspect Thomas Christopher Yeaman Officers were seen pinning Thomas Christopher Yeaman to the ground in broad daylight just minutes after a double stabbing in Longbenton, North Tyneside .
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Flood-hit coastal towns given A 17m jobs boost
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Cash boost to help create jobs in Whitley Bay
The government has announced A 27m is being spent on 50 coastal communities around the country as part of their long-term economic plan.
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Super-council for North-East set to be launched in April, Government says
THE group pushing for a North-East super-council has welcomed news that it will be set up this spring.
Coastal rescue team set to mark 150th anniversary
A rescue organisation which has help save countless lives along the North Tyneside coast are preparing to mark a special anniversary.
Trust to review hospital parking
After listening to the views of local people, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is holding urgent talks with the company which provides parking management at its general hospitals in Northumberland and North Tyneside.
Students take part in volunteer week
As part of National Student Volunteer Week, North Tyneside Citizens Advice Bureau had several students visit to gain work experience.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Maximo Park forced to reschedule tour dates due to singer's emergency operation
North East rockers Maximo Park have been forced to reschedule dates on their upcoming tour so front man Paul Smith can undergo an operation North East rockers Maximo Park have been forced to reschedule dates on their upcoming tour so front man Paul Smith can undergo an operation.
Woman's A 138 bill for obstructing Metro doors
A SOUTH Shields woman has been fined for obstructing the doors of a Metro train, causing a delay to the service.
Couple flee into Longbenton street after being stabbed in their home
In a daylight attack a knifeman is said to have slashed a young couple who staggered out into the street coated in blood and begging for help.
Kier set to create up to 130 apprenticeships in 2014
Leading construction, services and property group Kier is set to create around 130 apprenticeships over the next 12 months as part of a nationwide expansion of its training programme.