Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
4 February 2013
The England Illegal Money Lending Team are working in partnership with North Tyneside Council, South Tyneside Council and Newcastle City Council Trading Standards to highlight the dangers of loan sharks and encourage victims to come forward.
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
1 February 2013
A district judge has backed a decision by Newcastle City Council to refuse Tesco a licence which would have allowed it to sell alcohol at a city centre store.
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
29 January 2013
Pat Ritchie starts her new job today (Tues, Jan 29) as Chief Executive of Newcastle City Council.
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
24 January 2013
The council has been working very hard during the current wintry spell keeping the city moving, making the roads and highways accessible and helping people go about their daily lives as safely as possible.
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
22 January 2013
Fourteen of Newcastle's good causes could have the chance to share money which will be used to warn people against using Loan Sharks, and they need your help to be one of the lucky six projects who will all receive £500
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
21 January 2013
The poorest and most deprived parts of the country are the worst affected by Government cuts, according to new information published today.
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
21 January 2013
Literature lovers and book fans will be given the opportunity to pick up a bargain as Newcastle City Libraries holds a special book sale at some of its libraries across the city.
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
21 January 2013
One of the most painful atrocities of the 20th century will be commemorated at a memorial event at Newcastle Civic Centre later this week.
Civic Centre – courtesy of the Chronicle
18 January 2013
Work to remove and replace a number of dying trees which form a landmark entrance to Newcastle's Exhibition Park will begin on Monday 21 January. 
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15 January 2013
More and more families are struggling to get by as unemployment, welfare changes and public service cuts begin to bite, according to a new report.

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