Special report: Described by some as being more addictive than heroin, legal highs are not going to be legal much longer. And amid warnings a Government ban will only make things worse, Adam Lusher travels to Newcastle – the epicentre of Britain's growing addiction
The incident lasted more than three and a half hours
Manager suffered relegation jitters 35 years ago but can ensure survival with win against Everton
Spaniard is left hoping for an unlikely result at the Stadium of Light after his side's limp draw leaves them set for relegation
Alex Johnson presents his round-up of this week's property news, including nosy neighbours and tricking burglars
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Police launched an appeal for the boy's parents or family to get in touch so they could thank him
Newcastle manager seeks ‘wall of sound’ at St James’ to end Sunderland run of wins
All the latest transfer news and gossip on the morning of Tuesday January 26
'Anyone can learn to DJ if they put their mind to it, but that’s the case with any craft'
Parliamentary debate to take place later today after, so far, over 154,300 people sign petition to save the bursary
Saturday's demonstration aims to be 'bigger and louder' than last month's as close to 151,000 people sign a petition, meaning a parliamentary debate will take place on January 11
Fifty five firefighters, 11 fire engines and two aerial ladders have been deployed to the scene of the serious blaze
The change makes the university one of only a handful of institutions in the country to favour welfare over pure deterrence
The two male attackers wore T-shirts saying 'Blood and Honour – England' and 'One True Saxon'
Ruhi Rahman, 23, says she has never been more proud to be a Geordie