Shields Gazette

Man seriously injured after stabbing in South Shields street

Dr Shahid Wahid, medical director of the trust.

Count down begins to return of delivery services at South Shields maternity unit

Becky Bailey, acting as school crossing patrol with youngsters   Ruby Kenyon, 9 Emily Kenyon, 11, Aaron Bailey, 14 and Alana Kenyon, 7.

Mum sets up own school crossing patrol after lollipop lady retires – then gets ordered to stop by council

Light sleet showers

South Shields woman claimed drugs were sweets after smuggling them to prison inmate


What's the weather going to be like in the North East this weekend?


Two sentenced for smuggling more than two million cigarettes through Port of Tyne


Health chiefs told to ‘justify’ merger proposals for South Tyneside and Sunderland hospitals

Stephen Hepburn MP signs the Holocaust Educational Trusts Book of Commitment.

Jarrow MP pledges support to Holocaust Memorial Day

Cross country event at Temple Park

Fears running events could be lost if building plans get the go ahead on Temple Memorial Park

Rafa Benitez

Rafa Benitez reveals what Mike Ashley told him about transfers and the prospects of a takeover at Newcastle

Newcastle United

Rafa Benitez answers questions on Newcastle's interest in Everton's Aaron Lennon

Newcastle United
Children dance with Newcastle star Mikel Moreno as part of the Super Movers campaign at Choppington Primary School in Morpeth (Pic: Ian Horrocks/Premier League)

Mikel Merino reveals how Newcastle will tackle the Premier League leaders

Newcastle United

Steve Watson reacts as Gateshead sign Newcastle striker on loan

Newcastle United

Sunderland boss lifts lid on frustrating transfer business; Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Man City also make headlines

Sunderland AFC

Amanda Staveley explains THAT curry house meeting with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley

Newcastle United

Newcastle’s Jonjo Shelvey has the talent – but has he got the temperament?

Newcastle United
A WHOPPER: The Big Big Camera will be at The National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield.

How Ian Beesley used one of the world’s biggest cameras to take intimate portraits of former miners

Gary Barlow and Tim Firth with the cast of Calendar Girls

Gary Barlow’s Calendar Girls to play Sunderland Empire

The new Savilles music store, in Kepple Street,  pictured in November 1968.

Getting in a spin over the revival of the vinyl record

Keep your apple and pear trees productive with winter pruning.

Gardening: Get pruning to ensure a good apple and pears crop

Parents are struggling to cope with the strain of long hours.

Parents 'buckling' under the strain of long working hours, study warns