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23 min ago | Berwick Advertiser
The latest in a series of familiarisation trips to help tourism businesses expand their knowledge of the county comes to Berwick and the north coastal strip on March 25. The familiarisation trips have been running since February and have been popular with businesses.
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1 hr ago | Morpeth Herald
East Chevington: Mr Pat Costello, land west of Grey Arms Court, Red Row, alteration to garage to form new dwelling.
5 hrs ago | Chronicle Live
Three-year-old Bedlington terrier Izzi scooped Best of Breed at world-renowned dog show Crufts and left owner Craig Richardson beaming with pride The three-year-old Bedlington terrier, whose Kennel Club name is scooped Best of Breed at world-renowned dog show Crufts and left owner Craig Richardson beaming with pride.
6 hrs ago | News Post Leader
This card was sent to Felling on Tyne in 1905. In pencil is written Cramlington Co-operative Society.
6 hrs ago | News Post Leader
A local MP has called for a tax on bank bonuses to fund much needed jobs for youngsters across south east Northumberland.
Between 4pm on Thursday, March 11, and 10.30am on Saturday, March 13, thieves stole heating oil from a rear storage tank at an address in South Lodge, Longhirst.
Buildings of this period typically consist of rectangles with little in the way of visual interest.
Dave Ledger, chairman of Arch, the Duchess of Northumberland, Graeme Stoker, digital director at Arch, and Bill Murphy, managing director next generation access at BT.
Sanderson Arcade in Morpeth has launched a Mother's Day competition to reward a special mum with a fantastic pamper hamper.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Rush Township man who said an improperly dispatched 911 call could have played a role in his wife's death.
Seven Key Stage 2 pupils from Appletree Gardens First School in Whitley Bay took part in the celebrations at Westminster Abbey.
Bryan Shendon, treasurer for The Stephen Carey Fund, hands over two first-aid kits to representatives of Alnwick Harriers just before the North East Harrier League event.
TV gardener and Sunday People columnist David Domoney returns with his community pride competition encouraging neighbours to spruce up their fronts The Sunday People's brilliant gardening competition returns today for its second year to help bring back a sense of pride to the streets of Great Britain.
Mr Bushnell, a father-of-three who is deputy head at Durham School, has not been seen since lunchtime last Sunday when his wife Joanna reported him missing.
A scheme to convert a north Northumberland church into a home was approved for fears that the building could otherwise fall into disrepair.
Seaman Nick Dunn has been left crushed after a bail hearing was postponed until next week after a hearing at Madurai in India Tickle your taste buds this spring! The Chronicle has teamed up with Coast to Coast American Restaurant and Bar to give one lucky reader the chance to WIN a table for four, dining from their delicious lunch menu It was a ... (more)