Tyne & Wear FBU strike again
It's the second time in 2 days the Union will be taking action.
Sunderland hosts an international conference
Sunderland Software City are welcoming delegates to Wearside.
What does the future hold for Durham passport office?
Unions are in talks about staff as plans are being made.
Sunderland man dies in crash with Durham woman
It folows a 2 car collision on the A689 yesterday afternoon.
Crawley Free School To Close As Cash Pulled
A failing free school has had its funding pulled and been told to shut amid "grave concerns" over the standard of education being provided.
PR Blunder Over Labour MP's 'Pikey' Tweet
Shadow cabinet minister Jack Dromey has become embroiled in a race row after calling a post worker a "pikey" on Twitter.
Prince Harry And Charity Team Reach South Pole
Prince Harry and his teams of injured service personnel have reached the South Pole.
A&E Winter Crisis: Patients Wait 12 Hours
Hundreds of patients are being forced to wait more than four hours to be seen by accident and emergency departments as the winter crisis begins.
Nigella Lawson's Ex-PA: 'She Lied In Court'
Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi have been accused of lying under oath by one of the sisters accused of fraudulently spending £685,000 on the former couple's credit cards.
Cinderella hits the boards at Sunderland Empire
The panto with Sun FM comes to the Wearside theatre from this evening.
Beyonce Surprises Fans With Digital-Only Album
Beyonce has released a digital-only album to the surprise of her fans.
James Bond 'Would Be Impotent' Due To Booze
He drives fast cars and attracts beautiful women but in reality James Bond's love of "shaken not stirred" martinis would leave him an impotent drunk.
Cory Monteith: Lea Michele Talks About Grief
Five months after Glee star Cory Monteith died, his co-star girlfriend Lea Michele has spoken about how she is dealing with the loss.
Jack White And Karen Elson Finalise Divorce
The divorce of US rock star Jack White and British model and singer Karen Elson has been finalised.
Sunderland get ready to give a Hammering to Eastenders
The Black Cats are on the road to West Ham's Upton Park.
Celtic Fined £42,000 Over Political Banner
Celtic have been fined £42,000 by UEFA after a section of the club's supporters displayed a political banner last month.
Sutil To Drive For Sauber In 2014 Campaign
Adrian Sutil has been unveiled as one of Sauber's two drivers for 2014.
Van Persie Ruled Out For Four Weeks
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie will be out for a month with a thigh injury.
Smith Century Puts Australia On Top
A fine century from Steve Smith and another dogged innings from Brad Haddin helped Australia claim control of the third Ashes Test against England in Perth.
Robert Levinson: US Quiet On Missing 'CIA Spy'
US Secretary of State John Kerry has refused to answer questions about whether an American citizen who vanished in Iran seven years ago was working for the CIA on an unapproved spying mission.
Mandela: Mourners Barge Police To See Body
Hundreds of South Africans pushed their way past a police cordon in a bid to see Nelson Mandela's body, in the final moments of his lying in state.
Ireland Bailout Exit 'Not End Of The Road'
Ireland's finance minister has warned of continuing pain ahead as the country prepares to officially exit its bailout.
Boca Juniors Football Fans Clash With Police
At least seven people have been injured after thousands of Boca Juniors fans celebrating Fan Day clashed with police in Buenos Aires.
Utah Rock Fall: Two Killed As Home Destroyed
Two people have been killed after a huge boulder crashed into their home in Utah, leaving the building looking "like ground zero".