Retrieved 21 September The city developed around the Roman settlement Pons Aelius   and was named after the castle built in by Robert CurthoseWilliam the Conqueror 's eldest son. Talks for him to join Strictly are said to be at an advanced stage, with a source telling the Daily Star on Sunday: "Top-secret talks have been happening for a few weeks and an offer has been made.
Newcastle University Library. Shocking rise in disability hate crime in the North East Crime So-called 'mate crime' is on the increase. It was one of three venues which decided to temporarily close which also included Ryhope Cricket Club, on Ryhope Street, and the Golden Fleece Pub, in Silksworth after managers learned a person with a confirmed case of coronavirus had visited.
He was later caught on CCTV meeting his brother and changing his clothes.
Newcastle: BBC. Time: All lanes have been re-opened but residual delays remain. Art UK. Archived from the original on 25 March The city's last coal pit closed in though a temporary open cast mine was opened in We are still friends but we are doing our own thing.
InNewcastle was the venue for the Freedom City festival. NE1fm launched on 8 Junethe first full-time community radio station in the area. Retrieved 7 June Retrieved 16 June Feeling pleasant with light winds.
Retrieved 18 January The city acquired its first art gallery, the Laing Art Gallery in , so named after its founder Alexander Laing, a Scottish wine and spirit merchant  who wanted to give something back to the city in which he had made his fortune. Travel time is around 20 minutes.
The company cited high fuel prices and new competition from low-cost air services as the cause. His daughter Verity Carter later described life in the cult as "hell on earth".