Shields Gazette

Mums-to-be offered £300 incentive to quit smoking


Sun shone on music fans as summer gigs continue at Bents Park


One Summer’s Day in South Tyneside - here are your pictures

Sunny spells

Roadworks round-up: Where you might face delays around South Tyneside on Monday, July 23


Start of school summer holidays could bring hottest day of the year so far


Swimmers warned to be aware of drowning risk


Police praise victims for finding courage to report perverted doctor


Officer involved with solving one of South Tyneside’s most notorious murders retires

Northumbria Police say more incidents are being classed as crimes.

Police respond as figures show South Tyneside crime is rising

Billy Jones

Billy Jones relishes fresh start at Rotherham after ‘tough couple of seasons’ with Sunderland

Sunderland AFC

Newcastle’s Dwight Gayle reacts to speculation linking him with Stoke and Fulham

Newcastle United
What's happening in League One today?

League One LIVE: Sunderland set to sign defender - plus updates from Portsmouth, Oxford and more

Sunderland AFC

Callum McManaman praises 'brilliant' Jack Ross as he switches Sunderland for Wigan

Sunderland AFC

Sunderland transfer latest: Defender set to sign and midfielder linked - but blow in striker search

Sunderland AFC

Is this the stumbling block to a Newcastle move for Salomon Rondon?

Newcastle United

Newcastle supporters release statement after Rafa Benitez's relegation claims

Newcastle United

Recreated 'lost' cottage of murdered quilter opens under £18million Remaking Beamish project

Charlie Richmond as Uncle Freddie and Andrew Finnigan as Lecky.  Photo by Wycombe 89 Media.

Review: My Uncle Freddie, The Customs House, South Shields, until July 21

Theatre and Comedy
The finale of the BRASS festival comes to Durham City tomorrow, July 22. For more information visit

10 things to do in the North East this weekend

Newly-harvested Early Purple Wight garlic bulbs.

Here’s how to get your garlic harvest ready to last into the new year

Ocean  Road School teacher Ron Thornton with pupils, left to right,  Neil Martin, Freddy Webb, Neil Blackburn and David Owen. They appear to be creating their own newspaper after 'a study of the Shields Gazette'.

Life on South Tyneside as man first stepped on the moon


Proms 2018: 18 pictures from Jarrow School at Hilton Newcastle Gateshead