Gateshead Freeman of the Borough dies12 August 2019
It is with sadness that Gateshead Council learned of the death of one of its Freemen, Ezriel Salomon MBE.
Go ahead for school's sport facility plans12 August 2019
A Gateshead special school has been given permission to replace its sports facility.
Major changes to air quality plans following public feedback09 August 2019
New proposals for tackling poor air quality on Tyneside have been developed in response.
Pub manager receives heavy fine for waste offences07 August 2019
The manager of a pub in Bensham has been left facing a bill of more than £900 after he failed to show how he disposed of his premises' waste.
Summer schemes are helping to tackle 'holiday hunger'06 August 2019
Gateshead Council is delivering more activities and feeding more hungry children this summer than originally planned.
Paving firm fined for dumping on the highway06 August 2019
A North East paving firm has been fined £1,500 for a series of waste offences, including depositing waste on the highway.
Weather causes emergency closure of Thornley Lane06 August 2019
Thornley Lane between Winlaton and the A694 Lockhaugh Road has been closed to through traffic until further notice.
Energy grant helps firm design money saving future06 August 2019
A North East business has been the first to receive grant from The Business Energy Saving Team to help cut their fuel bills by becoming more energy efficient.
Five more Gateshead fly tippers convicted29 July 2019
Five Gateshead fly tippers have found themselves almost £2,000 poorer after being prosecuted by Gateshead Council.
Council calls on government to create national care service29 July 2019
Councillors in Gateshead have called on the government to create a National Care Service to end what they say is the current 'care crisis'.