River Tyne


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a river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea

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Recording a verdict of accidental death, coroner Karen Dilks said exactly how the bright first year student ended up in the River Tyne would remain a mystery.
The pounds 22 million Gateshead Millennium Bridge will span the River Tyne, creating a pedestrian and cycling link between the pounds 250 million Gateshead Quays and neighbouring Newcastle's quayside.
River Tyne was written by the local historian and photographer, Steve Elwood, and is published by Amberlely.
A Northumbria Police spokesperson said: "Police can now con-firm that a body recovered from the River Tyne on Friday afternoon is that of missing Gateshead teenager Robbie Oversby.
These great factories, situated in Newcastle along the banks of the River Tyne, employed hundreds of thousands of men and women and built a huge variety of products for customers around the globe.
Emergency services on the River Tyne at Gateshead rushing out to rescue the man who |was stuck in the mud
50am on Sunday, May 31, police received a report of a body in the River Tyne near to the Tyne Bridge.
LOCAL maritime historian Ken Smith is to look back at the intriguing industrial history of the River Tyne.
A DRIVER was found dead after a car was pulled from the River Tyne in Walker.
The mighty P&O ship passed Souter Point, Lizard Point and the mouth of the River Tyne on Tuesday evening as part of her tour around the country.
Found guilty of fishing otherwise than in accordance with a licence in the River Tyne on June 22.
A spokesperson for the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade said: "Humber Coastguard paged the Brigade along with Tynemouth RNLI Inshore Lifeboat after receiving a request for assistance from Northumbria Police, who were responding to reports that a body had been located in the River Tyne near the pontoons of the NE1 marina at Newcastle's Quayside.
I AM an academic historian who grew up in Gateshead and I'm now researching the environmental history of the River Tyne, 1530-present as part of a national, collaborative research project based at the University of Bristol.
THE iconic Boat Race of the North is returning to the River Tyne after a five-year absence.
BUSINESSES up and down Newcastle's Quayside are again bracing themselves for flooding a year after they were hit by the highest water levels seen on the River Tyne for 30 years.