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1 hr ago | Morpeth Herald
Final preparations are under way to drop charges for council-run car parks in Northumberland's market towns, including Morpeth, from April 1. Customers were hopeful that the approach had already been adopted at the supermarket this week as ticket machines were out of order.
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5 hrs ago | Chronicle Live
The Discovery Museum in Newcastle has had the busiest February in the museum's history, with more than 50,000 visits.
9 hrs ago | Northumberland Today
While lenticular clouds can produce visually stunning formations, they also serve as a warning for pilots, indicating areas of severe turbulence and are avoided by planes.
13 hrs ago | Northumberland Today
A shop owner has branded people who stole coat-hangers being sold for charity, as 'the lowest of the low'.
16 hrs ago | News Guardian
Tickets for the Paul Weller concert at Tynemouth Piory and Castle sold out in less than 48 hours while hundreds of tickets have been snapped up for UK pop band Lawson, who are performing on Friday, July 11. And tickets for the trio of artists - Nadine Shah, Midlake, and John Cooper Clarke - performing at Playhouse Whitley Bay as part of the event ... (more)
Alnwick: Karen Hirst, 1 Percy Villas, proposed sun lounge; Karen Purvis, land north of Rock Nab, change of use from redundant farm workshop and store to provide accommodation and live/work unit.
A Seghill dog owner and his Bedlington Terrier have proved the old adage that every dog does has its day, after walking away with a top prize at Crufts.
Today the Herald is starting a new feature where the traders at the weekly Wednesday market in Morpeth tell their story.
At 12.20pm, on Wednesday, February 5, a man travelling on the 57 bus from Ashington to Whitley Bay approached the driver of the bus and threatened him before getting off at Park View bus stop.
A 'minor amendment' to an approved scheme for five new homes in Tweedmouth would actually have a major impact on neighbouring residents.
Mystery surrounds why much-loved and promising musician Ian Leaf took his own life.
Urgent talks are to be held over a new parking system in place at Wansbeck General Hospital following numerous complaints from angry visitors.
Museum bosses left to fill a financial gap after the county council pulled the plug on funding, have secured a 135,000 grant.
A group of North MPs have called on the Government to ensure that a centre for people with eating disorders remains open.
A shopkeeper has been threatened with a knife by a robber wearing a clown mask at a shop in Ashington.
Officers from Bedlington neighbourhood policing team carried out searches at properties in Bedlington and Cambois on Wednesday, where they made a series of arrests.