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1 hr ago | Northumberland Today
Seahouses has a new police officer on the beat and he has been alerted to vandalism in the toilets and bonfires on the beach.
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2 hrs ago | Morpeth Herald
People gathered at County Hall in Morpeth at 10am to show their appreciation of the Commonwealth and its values in the first such event of its kind.
7 hrs ago | Northumberland Today
Adrian Ions from Alnwick Lions, Alnwick Mayor Bill Grisdale, Alex Wheeler from NEAS, David Wilson from the Stephen Carey Fund and Stewart Tiffin from Oswald Hughes with the defibrilator in the telephine box.
8 hrs ago | Berwick Advertiser
Drivers in Berwick are being urged to pick up new time discs before free parking comes into force in council owned spaces on April 1. Northumberland County Council's parking services staff will be visiting locations around the county, distributing new parking discs and talking to local people.
8 hrs ago | Morpeth Herald
Wansbeck MP Ian Lavery walking the streets of Morpeth as a blind person. He is with guide dog support worker Roger Bessent .
From the platforms of Newcastle Central Station to the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week...it's been a rollercoaster journey for Sarah Douglas From the platforms of Newcastle Central Station to the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week...it's been a rollercoaster journey for Sarah Douglas.
We have in Morpeth, or not far away, pretty well the whole range of English architectural styles: The vernacular, the medieval Gothic, the Baroque, the severely classical , Victorian Gothic, Victorian exuberance, bleakly Modernist and tastefully understated post-Modernist.
A grieving mum has hit out at rail bosses, saying a public apology for the heartache they've caused is not enough.
Four Housing teamed up with Dogs Trust for a microchipping event at the Swan Centre to reduce the number of stray dogs in Berwick.
Pupils and Teacher Miss Symons from Wooler First School with some of the used biscuit wrappers they have saved from landfill as part of the 2014 Wrappers to Riches Collection Contest.
State Rep. Lynda J. Schlegel Culver of Rockefeller Township is the only candidate so far from the two legislative districts in Northumberland County to file a nomination petition for the May 20 primary election.
Plans to bring an empty pub/hotel in a north Northumberland village back into use have not been welcomed by all due to traffic and parking fears.
Wind farms, Portas funding and opportunities for school leavers were among the topics discussed at a 'Question Time' style session hosted by Berwick Civic Society.
Legal costs reach A 150,000 as Stokesley champion showjumper loses Appeal Court decision over sale of "knacker's yard" horse A CHAMPION showjumper could face a A 150,000 legal bill over hotly disputed claims she sold a riding pupil an elderly horse "ready for the knacker's yard."
A host of acts have been announced to play the Playhouse Whitley Bay for this year's Mouth of the Tyne Festival.
We asked readers where they prefer to go for ice cream - here are the 11 most recommended places.