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Batsman Graham Clark signs a contract extension with Durham that expires at the end of the 2021 season. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
TWO people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a fatal fire. Source: Tyne Wear Echo
IN a Ross Noble show, the mischievous comic takes his audience on a meandering journey full of ridiculously funny stories, whimsical tangents and offbeat observations – and his unique brand of semi-improvised stand-up has won him a legion of...
MICK Burgess chats to Jay Osmond ahead of The Osmonds’ show in the unlikely venue of at St Nicholas Cathedral, in Newcastle Source: Tyne Wear Echo
The authority would have to pay at least £400,000 a year until 2037 under a PFI agreement. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
The singer told Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw that she's been getting help for the past year for anxiety. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
Sellers typically wait more than three months before their home goes under offer. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
NEWCASTLE’S Tyneside Cinema is to premiere a new film made exclusively in the North-East about the issue of arranged marriages. Source: Tyne Wear Echo
"Callous and cowardly" Paul Hind targeted the families of four dead people on social media. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
Ashley Cochrane was stamped on, stabbed and had his head slammed through a wall, a court hears. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
Team news as Harlequins host Newcastle Falcons in Friday's Premiership fixture at Twickenham Stoop (19:45 GMT). Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
MORE than 100 call centre staff will give up their Friday night to take donations to one of the country's biggest fundraising campaigns. Source: Tyne Wear Echo
A BBC investigation finds more than 100,000 used needles were collected in the UK in three years. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
The four men and four women claimed they were preventing wildlife crime against newts. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
Barry Downs sold poppy brooches from a market stall but had no link to the Royal British Legion. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear
The retailer, now owned by Mike Ashley's Sports Direct, says it was unable to agree cuts in rents. Source: BBC Tyne and Wear