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The Bishop of Jarrow has asked if 2013 will go down in history as the year we "discovered food banks".
The Northumberland County Housing Authority has been notified by the state Department of Community and Economic Development that it has been approved for a $500,000 Keystone Communities/Public Improvement grant to be used for blight remediation program.
The family of mesothelioma victim Geoffrey Bradshaw are likely to receive nothing despite being entitled to a pay-out of more than A 350,000.
Cramlington residents are being encouraged to comment on the town council's budget for 2014-15 before a final decision is taken on spending.
BBSRC: MRes/ PhD studentship - The Neural Basis of Addiction: Development of the Honeybee as a Model System : Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Most addictive drugs directly affect the way neurons in circuits involved in learning, memory, and reward function.
Joseph Robson, 81, died in Alicante in 2010 but left his fortune to the far-right party and not his two sons The family of a man who donated his entire 389,000 estate to the British National Party have launched a legal battle to claw back the cash.
'Volunteer It Yourself' was launched last week in Ashington, and over the next four months will see more than 80 young people, aged from 14 to 17, and 20 local tradespeople working in their community.
Dr Liz Batley receiving the award from Sally McKenzie. Dr Lambourn and Dr Batley from the Cheviot medical centre have received a 'Carers Northumberland Excellence Award 2012-13' which acknowledges their continued excellent care and support given to their patients Dr Lambourn and Dr Batley from the Cheviot Medical Centre in Wooler have received a ... (more)
The latest traffic, travel, weather, crime and breaking news updates from The Chronicle, covering Newcastle, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Northumberland, Sunderland and Durham for Friday, 13 December 2013.
People at risk of flu are being reminded there is still time to have a seasonal vaccine and protect themselves and their families People at risk of flu are being reminded there is still time to have a seasonal vaccine and protect themselves and their families.
Work is already under way to deliver a A 21million flood alleviation scheme for the town, due for completion late next year, but the measures will only reduce risk from the River Wansbeck.
Gareth Balmbra was pronounced dead on Saturday night after being taken to Wansbeck General Hospital from an address in Alnwick.
Ian Newton with Marjorie Brown, chairman of Alnwick Local History Society, and now a member of the Family History Society.