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Police officer hurt after Coventry match disorder

An officer is treated for minor injuries following a match between Coventry City and Sunderland. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Jack Ross: 'My ultimate ambition is to manage Scotland' – Sunderland boss

Sunderland boss Jack Ross says he is 'nowhere near the finished article' but would like to manage Scotland 'at some point'. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Coventry City 1-1 Sunderland

Jonson Clarke-Harris rescues a point for Coventry with an equalising goal in their League One game against Sunderland. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Seaburn seafront tram shelter toilets reopen

Sunderland Council carried out the restoration as part of its £10m regeneration project of the seafront. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Gateshead v Eastleigh

Live coverage of Saturday's National League game between Gateshead and Eastleigh. Source: BBC News Northumberland

John Major: Leadership threats against PM are unacceptable

Former PM John Major says the taunts and challenges against Theresa May by some MPs must stop. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Pitman turned artist Bob Olley donates paintings to museum

The exhibition features paintings by an ex-miner and photos taken at collieries in South Tyneside. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Mike Ashley: Newcastle owner's presence at matches a 'positive' says Rafa Benitez

Rafa Benitez says Mike Ashley's presence at Newcastle matches can only be a "positive" for the Premier League club. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Newton Aycliffe drug deal suspect Paul Baveridge

Paul Baveridge was arrested at the Port of Tyne in North Shields. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Sunderland arrest over stun weapon 'disguised as police torch'

Northumbria Police arrested a 19-year-old man and sent the seized device away for tests. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Newcastle United v Leicester City

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Newcastle United and Leicester City. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Gateshead choir welcomes adults with learning difficulties

Sounds Good to Me is a choir at the Sage Gateshead which offers "a safe and welcoming" environment for adults with learning difficulties Source: BBC...

Newcastle United: Have the 'Mike Ashley generation' had enough?

BBC Sport travels to Newcastle to find out what's life is like supporting the Magpies under the ownership of Mike Ashley, who has been...

Northumbria HQ sale money 'ploughed back into policing'

The Ponteland site is sold for £21m after the main base relocates to Wallsend. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Newcastle nunchuck attacker jailed for assault on reveller

Teenager Kyle Morrow "thought he was a Kung Fu fighter" but was a "thug showing off", police said. Source: BBC News Northumberland

Premiership: Newcastle Falcons v Wasps

Team news as Newcastle Falcons host Wasps in Friday's Premiership fixture at Kingston Park (19:45 BST). Source: BBC News Northumberland