League champions Marske United are looking for a new manager following the sudden resignation tonight of Carl Jarrett along with his assistant Nathan Haslam.
IS it just me, or do you find your wife going off at tangents in mid-conversation?
WITH Durham on the crest of a slump they will be grateful that two of the teams still below them in the table meet at Taunton next week.
Jeremy Corbyn won a handsome victory in the final Labour leadership debate held in Gateshead tonight.
THE most powerful photographs can change the course of history – and that may well prove to be the case with the heartbreaking images of a little boy found dead on a Turkish beach after his parents tried to escape from Syria.
A YOUTH football coach who posed as a teenage girl to lure boys into sending him compromising images of themselves is facing prison.
EMOTIONS witnessed among people awaiting and seeing off loved ones at airport terminals is captured in a new photographic exhibition, opening today (Friday September 4).
VISITORS to a popular brass band contest held near waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales since 1881 are being urged to allow extra time to travel to the event.
GRANT funding of £4,000 has been awarded to Durham Cathedral from the Magna Carta Trust for the creation of a high-quality replicas.
A MAN who was so angry at missing the last bus home stole a jar of cooking sauce and threw it through Arriva’s office window has narrowly avoided jail.
“I WASN'T going to miss this for the world,” said the Prime Minister, as he welcomed train building back to the North-East.
WORST fears were confirmed. Last week’s fall guy has a broken left arm, the offending limb in splint and sling, but not yet gone to pot.
FIFTY years ago to the day since sneaking into newspapers via the inky tradesman’s entrance, to be working last Sabbath – “working” as in “You-surely-don’t-get-paid-for-dong-this-do-you?” – seemed wholly appropriate.
THE Russians have launched their newest tank - the Armata - said to be the most sophisticated tank designed to date.
A FORMER leading councillor convicted of assaulting a neighbour in an apparent row over bullying among their children has begun a bid to clear her name.
A FAMILY is calling for tougher restrictions on town centre cycling a year after the life of a popular grandfather changed forever.
A COOK at a County Durham hospice celebrating its 20th year has prepared a fair few meals since she started work in the summer of 1995.
FIREFIGHTERS were put through paces at their new state-of-art training centre today (Thursday, September 3).
A SPECIALIST unit tackling online grooming is reminding parents to ensure their children remain safe.
BUTCHERS from around the region have been invited to take part in this year’s Great Yorkshire Pork Pie, Sausage and Black Pudding Competition.
AN artist and author is to shed light on the work of pit painters such as Norman Cornish at a guest talk being hosted by a North-East university.
THE North-East has topped the table for deaths related to drug poisoning for the second year running, as drug mortality figures reach record numbers nationally.
CAMPAIGNERS have launched a petition to gauge the strength of feeling about repatriating the remains of Scottish soldiers buried in mass graves near Durham Cathedral nearly 400 years ago.
A MAN has appeared in court, charged with robbery after taking shoes from schoolgirls.
A THIEF escaped with rings worth around £7,000 from an antiques shop in the heart of York.
VANDALS have daubed racist graffiti on the wall of a Sikh Temple.
SEVERAL thousand pounds in cash as well as gold jewellery have been stolen from safe during a house burglary.
NO jobs will be lost in a deal that will see the region's largest independent motor group bought for £87.5m.
THE Prime Minister and the Chancellor welcomed the return of rail manufacturing to its origins in the North-East of England by visiting the new £82 million Hitachi factory.
THE value of the region's exports is on the slide but the number of North-East exporters is up on the same quarter last year.
DURHAM continued their slide towards a fourth successive home defeat when Hampshire began their pursuit of 163 to win at Chester-le-Street by reaching 47 for one at tea.
Record numbers of people are dying from drug poisoning in England and Wales, with the North-East showing the highest mortality rate from drug misuse for the second year running, official figures reveal.
THE busy A688 between Tursdale and Bowburn was closed while the emergency services deal with an accident.
SHAREHOLDERS at Mike Ashley's Sports Direct are to be urged to vote against the re-election of the company's chairman amid controversy over the treatment of workers.
A TEAM of enterprising teens have helped convert a temporary bridal boutique into a haven for bookworms.
RESIDENTS have appealed for motorists to slow down through their village amid safety fears for children and the elderly.
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NEWCASTLE UNITED hope an expensive summer transfer window provides a first sign of greater ambitions under the guidance of head coach Steve McClaren as the club drives to repair a fractured relationship with its fans.
A HOUSING estate on the edge of a village has been granted outline planning permission for a second time, after an error in council procedure was spotted.
TRAIN services across the region are being severely disrupted after reports of a person being hit by a train at Durham Viaduct.
WHATEVER your choice, something to read on the train is a must and for David Cameron today it was The Northern Echo.
NEWCASTLE FALCONS have confirmed that Will Welch will continue as club captain for a fourth consecutive season.
A MYSTERY North-East lottery ticket-holder has just days left to claim a £1m win or lose their prize.
A LITTLE girl in Australia has become an internet sensation after completely covering her baby brother in peanut butter.