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  • Council steps in to help families in North Tyneside with school uniform costs

    Families on low incomes are set to receive help with the cost of school uniforms as part of a...

  • Council sets out open spaces plans ahead of lockdown easing

    North Tyneside Council is making early plans to cope with an influx of visitors to its award-...

  • Stay vigilant and help us recover

    Stay vigilant and help us recover

    This week marks another important stage on the cautious road to recovery with the Budget on...

  • Northumberland Square’s £5.6m Georgian revival is complete

    A landmark Georgian terrace has been transformed from a ‘derelict shell’ into a stunning...

  • SPARCS volunteers pack food hampers

    SPARCS fly in Whitley Bay Town Cup

    A community group which has delivered over 1,600 food parcels to people living with autism has been crowned the winners of the Whitley Bay Town Cup.

  • Lighthouse lit for LGBT+ History Month

    Lighthouse illuminated in rainbow colours to celebrate LGBT+ History Month

    St Mary’s Lighthouse will be lit up in rainbow colours all this week to mark the last week of LGBT+ History Month.

  • Press release: An abstract view of the Council crest

    Budget Agreed for 2021-2022

    North Tyneside Council’s financial plans for 2021/2022 were agreed at a full council meeting on...

  • Joy for couple after staff at North Shields tip recover missing wedding ring

    A married man has described the moment his wedding ring became lost in a 10ft pile of rubbish at...

  • Statement from Local Leaders

    Statement from Local Leaders

    “Following the most difficult year many of us have ever faced, news of the first 15 million of...

  • Digital Incubator Hub to Boost Online Success for North Tyneside Businesses

    The North Tyneside Business Factory is offering business owners the opportunity to maximise the...

  • The new school street closure scheme keeping children in North Tyneside safer and healthier

    Street closures are being introduced outside a number of schools in North Tyneside to help keep...

  • Exciting plans for Tynemouth Library move forward

    Proposals to demolish and reconstruct Tynemouth Library as a modern community hub are set to...

  • Stephen Wafer contact tracer

    Council launches contact tracing service

    A team of contact tracers have been recruited by North Tyneside Council to help it in its fight against coronavirus.

  • Press release: An abstract view of the Council crest

    An open letter of thanks from our Elected Mayor to our teaching heroes

    Dear teachers, support staff, and pre-school workers

    As our children continue to face...

  • North East can lead recovery with the right support

    North East can lead recovery with the right support

    The last seven days have seen our infection rates slowly decline while our local NHS colleagues...

  • Press release: An abstract view of the Council crest

    Views sought on housing enforcement

    North Tyneside Council is inviting views on the ways it tackles rogue landlords.

    The...

  • Census 2021

    Census 2021 is coming

    Census Day is Sunday 21 March 2021. You can fill yours in online as soon as you get your access code in the post.

  • Farewell Captain Sir Tom Moore

    Farewell Captain Sir Tom Moore

    North Tyneside Council is flying its flags at half-mast and lighting up a landmark in memory of national hero Captain Sir Thomas Moore.

  • Press release: An abstract view of the Council crest

    Cabinet agrees budget proposals for 2021-2022

    North Tyneside Council’s Cabinet agreed a package of budget proposals on Monday evening (Feb 1)...

  • Update from Local Leaders. Vaccines, community champions, scams and thanks

    Update from Local Leaders

    “Great progress is being made in our communities with the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, with...

  • Covid survivor shares powerful story to urge others to keep sticking to the rules

    A fit and healthy 38-year-old North Tyneside man who says he’s lucky to be alive after becoming...

  • Holocaust Memorial Event

    Holocaust Memorial Event

    Every year on the week of Holocaust Memorial Day, we host an event on the Friday bringing...

  • Major funding boost for ambitious North Shields regeneration

    Exciting plans to breathe new life into North Shields have been handed a multi-million pound...

  • Council HQ

    Council shows support for National Apprenticeship Week

    A virtual apprenticeship fair, which will feature apprenticeships and other opportunities for young people in North Tyneside, rounds off a week of events as part of National Apprenticeship Week.

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