Author Cath Howe with year 6 children from Holystone Primary School at Killingworth Library

2,000 primary school children across North Tyneside enjoy Northern Children's Book Festival 2023

A festival dedicated to inspiring children to read for pleasure has come to a close after more than 15 events over the course of two weeks.

North Shields Christmas Market Returns

Thousands of shoppers are expected to turn out to one of the region’s most popular Christmas...

Whitley Bay Community orchard after planting

'Everyone can use the space' - create your own community orchard

More communities in North Tyneside could soon have their own orchards, thanks to new funding...

A shoal of fish sculpture on the ceiling of the Transport Hub

Maritime Artwork Landing At North Shields Transport Hub

Three artworks inspired by North Shields’ maritime heritage are being installed at the town’s...

Image of North Tyneside Council sign

North Tyneside Council starts budget engagement

North Tyneside Council’s Cabinet approved its...

The Old Low Light Heritage Centre

More Than Just A Warm Welcome At Old Low Light Heritage Centre

A North Tyneside Warm Welcome venue is giving people a chance to explore North Shields’ historic...

Rick Astley to headline Mouth of the Tyne Festival

Pop legend Rick Astley is the first headline artist to be announced for next year’s Mouth of the...

Skye and Amy outside Harbour House

Harbour House: Creative Future for North Shields Indoor Market

A former indoor market in North Shields town centre is being transformed into a creative hub...

Press release: An abstract view of the Council crest

Temporary speed limit on A1058 Coast Road update

The temporary 50mph speed limit on the 70mph section of the A1058 Coast Road will remain for the...

Adopt North East hosts Ofsted for country's first ever regional adoption agency inspection

North East-based adoption agency Adopt North East has become the first regional adoption agency in the UK to receive a thematic inspection from Ofsted.

Addict to activist: Ex-offender gives crime awareness talks to students

A former addict who became an anti-drugs campaigner has given a series of talks to young people...

North Tyneside declared a global 'climate change leader'

North Tyneside Council has achieved international acclaim as one of 119 authorities worldwide...

Family events set to spark festive joy in Wallsend

The festive season is set to sparkle in Wallsend with a series of winter events for children....

A warm welcome awaits in North Tyneside

With temperatures continuing to fall we have announced that more than 40 warm spaces will open in North Tyneside this week.

Sting is given the Freedom of the Borough

Music icon Sting returned home to North Tyneside on Thursday evening to receive the Freedom of...

Entries open for North Tyneside 10k

Entry is now open for the popular North Tyneside 10K Road Race.

The race sets off from...

Inspirational 95-year-old veteran among residents celebrated at our Adult Learning Awards

North Tyneside Council is celebrating the achievements of its dedicated adult learners, including inspirational 95-year-old veteran Tony Blakely.

Remembrance services in North Tyneside

North Tyneside will once again pay its respects to those who lost their lives in war with a...

Leagues ahead: World football glory for Churchill Community College

Churchill Community College has put North East England on the world map after storming to glory at the World Schools Games Football Cup in Barcelona.

Geoff Kirkwood outside the Haswell Building

DJ puts former metal merchants building on a different track

A Victorian building in North Shields is about to play a new role in the cultural future of the...

Councillors and volunteers helping to plant

Volunteers help plant 650 trees

Dozens of volunteers have helped to plant 650 trees just off the Coast Road in Chirton in North...

Visitor economy businesses urged to have their say on pressing workforce skills challenges

As the North East gears up to achieve ambitious plans to double the size of the visitor economy...

So-lar, so good for residents

Residents across North Tyneside are reaping the benefits of a programme to install solar panels...

Successful working well hub opens its doors in Wallsend

The doors to Working Well North Tyneside’s latest hub in Wallsend were officially opened this week.

A new political map for North Tyneside Council

North Tyneside is set to have new boundaries for its council wards. 

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