Profile: Aja Dodd

The Northern Echo:

Reporter (darlington)

Aja is from Darlington and after leaving QE Sixth Form College she successfully completed Project A at Newcastle Theatre Royal. A member of the National Youth Theatre, she performs regularly with Tall Tales Mysteries across the North East. Aja studied for the NCTJ Diploma at Darlington College and is now a trainee reporter for Darlington. To get in touch with Aja email

Latest articles from Aja Dodd

Ska and Reggae Soundclash at The Forum on December 3 includes Darlington bands The Skapones and Floral Detectives, with King Hammond & The Rude Boy Mafia headlining
The creative playground is based on Darlington town centre, with notable landmarks such as the Clock Tower.  Picture: CHRIS BOOTH
Senior practitioner and counsellor, Ben Bounre and director of care services, Deborah Robinson with the resources kits for schools
Members of Darlington Soroptimist Club raising awareness at The Dolphin Centre. Picture: AJA DODD
Darlington Borough Council is supporting the campaign, 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence
Darlington's Hayley McKay will play at The Globe in Newcastle on December 3 with her band. Picture: RICHARD DONEY
Darlington Police are looking for George Scaife regarding suspected offences including criminal damage and assault. Picture: DARLINGTON POLICE
According to Blood Pressure UK, over 5 million people in England have undiagnosed high blood pressure. Picture: PRESS ASSOCIATION
Darlington's Crown Street Library will undergo a 15-month restoration programme. Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT
The owners of Russell Street car park in Darlington changed hands on September 22. Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT