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- Metro on track with tackling train driver shortages
A Tyne and Wear Metro boss says he is "confident" that long-standing problems with train driver shortages are now a thing of the past.
- Cats bringing crowd factor back to SOL
TWO deadline-day signings elevated Sunderland's summer transfer window from 'very very good' to 'outstanding', in Lee Johnson's eyes.
- Winning, not whinging, will take pressure off boss Bruce
CRISTIANO Ronaldo's memorable second debut might have made headlines around the world but a very different story now dominates the agenda on Tyneside.
- Cathedral has always been known by name
HISTORICALLY cathedrals are usually known by the name of the diocese they serve irrespective of any other nomenclature.
- ON THIS DAY
- Revealed: The pitfalls of third-party purchases
It might not always feel like it, but we actually have lots of laws, rules and regulations protecting our consumer rights in the UK.
- 'Play your part' to prevent lockdown
NEWCASTLE'S public health boss has warned there is a "real risk" of Covid infection rates jumping over the coming weeks, after a claim that local lockdowns could become more likely through the colder months.
- Flanagan's bookings ban to force Johnson into reshuffle
TOM Flanagan will sit out Sunderland's trip to Fleetwood Town next weekend - forcing Lee Johnson to break up his everpresent League One central defensive pairing.
- Two-goal ace Langstaff applauds Heed's desire
GATESHEAD improved upon their already strong start with a 3-2 win at previously unbeaten Kidderminster Harriers - and set themselves up nicely for their FA Cup clash with Bradford Park Avenue this weekend.
- Despite triple whammy, game is still boys' Owen stuff for Geordie Bailey
IT was a bittersweet moment for Owen Bailey watching childhood friend Matty Longstaff enjoy his dream Newcastle United debut....
- We owe him a great deal
FROM the moment they met when she was just 13, Prince Philip was the constant in the Queen's life. He knelt before Elizabeth at her coronation and promised to be her "liege man of life and limb"....
- What kind of tired are you?
IF YOU are feeling constantly sleepy, there might be more to it than simply not getting enough sleep. Here, the experts explain the possible reasons for tiredness you just can't shake....
- The good, the bad and the very ugly in a topsy-turvey Toon season
FEW would have predicted Newcastle United would clamber to 12th and beat last season's points tally during the aftermath of the debacle at the Amex Stadium in March....
- CASH IN THE ATTIC
YOU may think the bits and bobs you've accumulated over the years are just worthless junk. But you may very well be wrong......
- Fish tales
CHEF Josh Niland can be brilliantly blunt. "If you write a vanilla cookbook that just puts another fillet on top of another vegetable, I think I'll go crazy," he says over Zoom from Sydney, Australia. "It's so boring, the way we continue to see fish."...
- It has been the hardest year of my life
IT'S the end of a long, frustrating day, during which Candice Brown had to contend with train delays, a schlep across London on foot to reach her car, and a trafficclogged, two-hour drive to The Green Man - the pub she owns with her brother, Ben....
- Meet the North East athletes representing Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics
TEAM GB arrived in Tokyo with its largest ever squad for an overseas Olympic Games - and 13 of them have links to the North East....
- A further lifeline for UK workers
- Six North East people on life during a winter lockdown
A campaign was launched earlier this month to urge North East people not to let their guard down in the fight against Covid-19....