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Longbenton student's plea to return pics of grandad
A HEARTBROKEN student who lost cherished family photos when her bag was stolen has stumped up a �200 reward for its return. Share.
Palace want deal for NUFC target Nathaniel Clyne
NEWCASTLE have been warned compensation - rather than recourse to a tribunal - offers them the best chance of landing Crystal Palace starlet Nathaniel Clyne.
Terror on the 11th floor as blaze hits Gateshead flats
SMOKE billows from this 11th- storey home and flames leap from its windows as a high-rise rescue operation swings into action. Share.
Paedophile Ronald Temple wins appeal to see grandkids
MONSTROUS sex predator Ronald Temple should be kept behind bars for life, his stepdaughter said today. Share. Get daily news by email.
Jonas Gutierrez: Newcastle can't wait for Europe
JONAS GUTIERREZ feels he and his Newcastle United team-mates have proved their doubters well and truly wrong by qualifying for the Europa League - but admits the hard work starts now.
Review: Three Phantoms, Theatre Royal Newcastle
ANDREW Lloyd Webber's Phantom Of The Opera celebrates its 25th anniversary and what better way to celebrate it with this magnificent production featuring former “Phantoms” Simon Bowman, Earl Carpenter and Rohan Tickell.
New Blaydon Races painting goes on display
WHEN it first went on show in a Newcastle shop, the crowds were so great that police asked the blinds to be closed. Share. Get daily news by email.
Elland cyclist Gary Haigh gets on his bike for Help for Heroes
AN ELLAND cyclist is getting on his bike to raise money for British troops injured in combat. Share. Get daily news by email. John O' Groats to Land's End cyclist Gary Haigh.
Stobart Group acquires Autologic Holdings
Stobart Group has bought the quoted vehicle logistics business Autologic Holdings in a deal that values the firm at �12.4m. Share.
Do Not Pay Dozen: 12 CEOs Who Met Shareholder Spring Revolts
WPP began life as Wire and Plastic Products plc in 1971, as a company that manufactured wire shopping baskets, but was bought out in 1985 by Martin Sorrell, former finance director of Saatchi & Saatchi.