Virgin Care has a contract for providing sexual health care services for parts of Teesside. How will this fit with its quick profit focus?
Ann Schofield discusses the importance of the contributions that Ida B. Wells-Barnett made whilst fighting for African American Civil Rights.
Peter Lathan explains why he did not watch the ‘night of Shakespeare’ recording of stage productions on BBC4.
Chi Onwurah has launched a campaign to improve bus services in Newcastle as the government have done little to ‘level up’ buses in the North.
The National Trust says delays in the heritage scheme set to replace EU funding risk “erasing or damaging history.” Another Brexit bonus?
High praise for local firefighters as they rescue beloved dog in Sunderland. Clio was given life-saving oxygen.
With the rejection of Aquind’s subsea plans, has Simon Clarke, MP, now waved goodbye to the regular donations from Boris Johnson’s friend?
A North East family was delighted to stumble across a ‘box of delights’ that containing priceless memories.
This week id the start of three days of protest by Steve Bray and SODEM outside parliament. It started with Brexit and now it’s about corruption.
David Walsh writes about on the science fiction T-City Trilogy by Mark Aldard and its relevance then and now.
Over 250,000 people are taking part in Veganuary this year. Graham Clark explores the Veganuary menu at Zizzi’s with a three-course meal.
Open Clasp theatre company received the Content Creation and Distribution award as part of the Digital Culture Awards.
All revved up and ready to go, Bat Out of Hell – The Musical comes to the beautiful art deco theatre, Stockton Globe, for eight performances between Tuesday 1 and Saturday 5 February 2021.
A state-of-the-art blue light Tri-Station in Hebburn will be the first of its kind to be completely carbon neutral. The project is now one step closer to completion and residents are being asked for their views.
Teesside Airshow is back after a gap of five years. Good news…but something curious is going on…
A new look at H G Wells horror fiction classic The Invisible Man, and re-cast this tale of devastation and uncertainty in modern Britain.
Visions of the future from T. Dan Smith and his ‘lesser known Teesside twin’, Tim Thornton, through to sci fi fiction in the North East….
Ben Houchen, Tees Valley Mayor claims that workers rights are excluded from freeports. Is this really the case?
I know that actually losing your hair as you get older is a common thing for men, but to keep the hair and lose the curl…
Kenton residents are being asked to give their views on local traffic issues. Local councillors believe that this will make the area safer and more healthy.
Exploring race, privilege, allyship and masculinity, Human Nurture tells the story of two ‘could-be’ brothers whose lives are cleaved when one is rehomed, and the other is left behind in the care system.
Many people, including right across the North East will have to make the hard choice of whether to eat or heat in 2022. We need to hold the government to account.
The NHS has praised staff from the Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service for their work on tests and vaccinations
A look to what the future might hold for our new Red Wallers in the North East.
Last night, I was unfortunate enough to overhear a meeting of the local UKIP party. I’ve never heard such an unhappy bunch of winners, their whole meeting seemed to be about settling scores with unbelievers!
Chi Onwurah, MP for Newcastle Central, today highlighted another broken promise from the Tory government. This is their lack of commitment to dementia research.
It was a fascinating cultural mix involved with the work camps: well-meaning aristocrats, trade unions, desperate unemployed miners, European students and now a group of upper-middle-class, left-wing, London musicians thrown into the cultural melting pot.
Another fantastic production is coming to the Peoples Theatre this January. Don’t miss The Hollow!
Part 2 of Matt Vickers taking on the Planning Inspectorate…
Chillingham Castle, near Wooler on the English side of the Scottish Border, can lay claim to being not just one of most haunted stately home in the country but possibly the most haunted.