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Newcastle air pollution levels fall in first year of Clean Air Zone

Air pollution appears to have fallen across much of Newcastle in the first year of the city’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) tolls.New figures have...

Mayor urges Keir Starmer to take ‘urgent’ action in North East ahead of Downing Street summit

The North East mayor has called on the new Labour government to “urgently” act to protect jobs and deliver vital improvements in our region...

How the North East voted on general election night as Reform surge puts them ahead of Tories

Reform UK’s election night surge saw them beat the Conservatives’ vote share across Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, and County Durham.Nigel Farage’s party polled 175,023...

Labour trio elected in Newcastle vow to ‘give people their future back’

Labour MPs in Newcastle promised new hope for the city and to “give people their future back”, as their party was on course for...

Newcastle foodbanks call on new government to be ‘more human’ and end poverty scourge

Foodbank leaders in Newcastle have called on the next government to be “more human” and combat the scourge of poverty in the city.Ahead of...

What will happen in Tory-held ‘red wall’ seats

The last general election proved to be a day of high drama in the North East.There was plenty of attention on our region as...

North East education charity wins 12-month reprieve after ‘defunding’ row

An education charity which claimed more than 70 jobs in the North East were under threat as it faced being “defunded” has been given...

Starmer says he meant no offence to Bangladeshis after comments branded ‘outrageous demonisation’

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said he did not intend to cause offence, after being accused of ‘demonising’ the UK’s Bangladeshi community.Sir Keir...

Streeting ‘optimistic’ Labour could resolve NHS strikes as junior doctors begin latest walkout

Wes Streeting says he is “optimistic” of resolving the junior doctors strike if Labour wins the election on 4 July.Speaking as medics began their...

Reform voters predict election surprise

A 1,000-strong crowd of Reform UK supporters gave Nigel Farage a raucous welcome to the North East on Thursday – and believe the party...

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