1. North Tyneside Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2021

    Art exhibitions, storytelling, and theatre are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed...

  2. Blue flag and seaside awards

    Blue Flag status once again for North Tyneside beaches

    North Tyneside beaches will keep the Blue Flag flying after being ranked among the best in the...

  3. Thank you for helping us take the next step forward  A message from local Directors of Public Health

    Thank you for helping us take the next step forward

    Monday marks a major step forward in the ongoing battle with the pandemic.

    That the...

  4. Reassuring communities over vaccine fears

    Joint efforts to tackle COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in North Tyneside are paying off.


  5. Susan and George Townsend

    Meet the North Tyneside couple who have opened their home to three brothers

    As part of Foster Care Fortnight, Susan and George Townsend hope that by sharing their own story they can encourage more people to think about fostering siblings.

  6. Allard's customers encouraged to test

    Customers of Allard's Lounge, Tynemouth, encouraged to test

    Those who visited Allard’s Lounge in Tynemouth recently are being encouraged to take a COVID-19 test.

  7. Elected Mayor appoints new Cabinet

    New Cabinet Members have been appointed by the Elected Mayor of North Tyneside following her re-...

  8. Imam Syed Al Amin, Misbah Hanan and Wendy Burke with volunteers and VODA.

    Whitley Bay Islamic Cultural Centre launches test site with council's support

    A new COVID-19 test site has been set up at the Whitley Bay Islamic Cultural Centre to encourage regular testing for those without symptoms in all North Tyneside communities.

  9. Local election results 2021

    Voters in North Tyneside have re-elected Mayor Norma Redfearn CBE for a third term.


  10. A guide to polling day: Everything you need to know about voting in person

    The May elections are just around the corner; here is a useful guide to what you can expect if...

  11. A voting ballot paper

    Make sure you’re ready to have your say on 6 May

    With a few weeks left until voters in North Tyneside go to the polls on 6 May, voters are being...

  12. Welcoming people back to the high street safely

    North Tyneside Council is welcoming people back to shopping areas safely.

    From Monday (12...

  13. Illegal tobacco seized in North Tyneside

    A large amount of illegal tobacco has been seized by North Tyneside Council’s Trading Standards...

  14. Local Leaders - Next step on Roadmap

    Local Leaders - Next step on Roadmap

    As the next step of the roadmap out of lockdown comes into effect, we’re asking residents across...

  15. Council on hand to help those self-isolating

    North Tyneside Council’s safety net of support remains in place for those who need it.

  16. Voters urged to register in time to have their say in May

    On Thursday 6 May residents in North Tyneside will have their say on who represents them....

  17. CREDIT: Eye of the Tyne Photography

    The townhouse in the heart of North Shields' historic quarter with some fascinating hidden secrets

    An historic townhouse at the heart of North Shields’ heritage area has revealed some fascinating...

  18. Historic Buddle building to be given new lease of life

    A LANDMARK building in North Tyneside is set to be transformed into a £2m community centre and...

  19. North Tyneside Elected Mayor Norma Redfearn CBE outside Charlotte Street housing

    Council plans for more affordable homes

    Hundreds of families, older people, vulnerable residents, and those on low incomes are enjoying new and affordable homes in North Tyneside – and there are more to come.

  20. Town centre toilets given new lease of life

    It’s set to get easier than ever for shoppers in North Shields town centre to spend a penny....

  21. Whitley Bay promenade transformation nears completion

    Major improvements to a popular seafront promenade and two much-loved cafés are nearing...

  22. Young Mayor Suzie Mckenzie, artists Amy Welch and Beth Huttly, and North Tyneside Elected Mayor, Norma Redfearn CBE.

    Council campaign set to make waves

    A life-size seal sculpture made from litter collected from North Tyneside’s coastline has been installed in Whitley Bay, which sees the launch of a new anti-plastics campaign. 

  23. Successful marshals role is extended with new powers

    North Tyneside marshals will be given new powers to help tackle environmental offences at beauty...

  24. One year on and the Covid fight goes on

    This is a significant week in our fight against Covid-19 as we reach the anniversary of the...

  25. Grants to improve the energy efficiency of people’s homes in North Tyneside

    Residents with a low income are set to benefit from a scheme aimed at tackling fuel poverty and...

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