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Newcastle clubs set to open at one minute past midnight on monday

The minute ‘Freedom Day’ begins, some clubs in Newcastle are opening their doors

Masks set to remain compulsory on the Metro after Freedom Day

Tyne and Wear Metro have announced that makes will continue to be mandatory unless medically exempt

Northumbria’s Vice-Chancellor has announced his retirement

He’s led the university for 13 years

We tried Davey’s, Sandyford’s newest sandwich hotspot

Davey’s Breakfast and Sandwiches are known for their instagram-able dishes

Jesmond resident who poured disinfectant on urinating men praised in ASB Facebook group

Because how else would you try to calm tensions over local anti-social behaviour, if not by committing minor assault?

The new Jesmond coffee van offering you a mental health boost and maybe even a free drink

Owner Jim is friendly and chatty and you might even get a free coffee if you’re lucky

Former Newcastle student James Newman receives ‘nul points’ to lose the Eurovision Song Contest

It’s the UK’s second loss in a row

Newcastle Frankie and Benny’s to be turned into multiple cuisine food hall

The empty Frankie and Benny’s restaurant close to Northumbria University is set to be turned into a new food court offering a range of in-house brands.

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Newcastle University ranked 15th worldwide for sustainability efforts

The Vice-Chancellor was pleased but not finished yet: “We are not complacent…”

Newcastle students could FINALLY be getting a Lidl

The supermarket chain has drawn up plans for Portland Road in Shieldfield

In pictures: Newcastle’s second ‘Kill the Bill’ protest

Newcastle students took part in the demonstration against controversial new legislation

Scotty T to guest lecture on ‘self-branding’ at Newcastle University

The Geordie Shore star is set to join the Media, Culture and Heritage school in September

Students handed driving bans for drink-driving on e-scooters in Jesmond

One student was almost four times over the legal limit

Private accommodation confirms 50 per cent rent refund for students

This comes after an open letter threatened a rent strike

Exclusive: Northumbria mental health referrals plummet during pandemic

University leadership ‘not concerned’ over the fall in numbers

‘It may be tempting, but please don’t’: Students warned against Paddy’s Day parties

Students could be fined up to £10,000