Most of the Tyne and Wear have been at a stand-still as the metros have been down across the network for the majority of the week. A lot of people have been struggling to get to work as the metro system is a key link around the region. See our […]
Jamilah Hassan, a singer from Newcastle shares her thoughts on issues resolving mental health issues. The singer has spoken out against social media and its impacts on mental health. Jamilah is also close to releasing her new single which she shares parts of in this video.
Sunderland City Council has organised the event since 2013 with the aim to encourage people in improving their health and wellbeing. The Big Walk is for everyone who would like to become more active and promote walking while exploring suitable walking areas within the city. Photo credit: Wellbeinginfo.org Anthony Hindmarch, member […]
World Headquarters is an independent underground night club in Newcastle. The owner Tom Caulker wanted to make a place that was safe and enjoyable for all races and walks of life. There is no club just as multicultural and diverse in Newcastle.
North Tyneside council held their first Northumberland Park event of 2019 with a Spring Fair featuring live music and other entertainment on Sunday April 28. Here is a video showing some of the music, dancing and an interview with Phil Graham, an event organiser from North Tyneside Council:
Pollution charges or a daily fee for using certain vehicles may be brought to drivers on Tyneside to improve air quality. Newcastle, Gateshead and North Tyneside councils have been following a legal order from the Government, urging them to improve air quality by 2021. Figures show that levels of pollution […]
South Shields are a successful non-league football club who have ambitions of grandeur. However, local residents have raised concerns about the level of noise coming from the club, forcing some to keep windows shut during the summer months. It also looks as though, having raised their concerns to authority figures, […]
The local elections will take place across Sunderland on May 2, 2019, with 26 councillor positions available across the 25 council wards. Labour, the Conservatives and UKIP have each put forward 26 candidates for the positions; meanwhile, the Green Party have a total of 24 candidates, while the Liberal Democrats […]
A recent study by the charity Impetus found that disadvantaged teens in the North East are 50% less likely to go into higher education or employment than disadvantaged teens in London. The main study was focused around a “youth jobs gap” between wealthy and poor families which found, due to […]
A popular exhibition showcasing the drawings of renowned renaissance artist, Leonardo Da Vinci, will close on Monday, May 6, 2019. The exhibition, entitled Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life In Drawing, contains 14 of the artist’s sketches and commemorates the 500th anniversary of his death. It began its run at Sunderland […]