Wooler school bids to defend recycling title
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.
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Tue Mar 04, 2014
Review of a number of bus services in county's north
A review of subsidised bus services in the north of the county has been launched by the council, as the budget faces cuts of 13 per cent.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Expanding offer by selling tea and tapas
Arron Greenwood, Sarah Becker, Graham Bell, Lauren Horton and John Magleave at The No.1 Hotel and Wine Lounge in Wooler.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
MP raises Northumberland police station closures
Berwick-upon-Tweed MP Sir Alan Beith met Northumbria Police's Chief Constable, Sue Sim, to discuss the future of local police stations.
Mart gets behind the Wooler Wheel
Riders in this year's Wooler Wheel Borderlands will set off from the town's auction mart after John Swan Ltd offered use of the facility to organisers Wooler Cycle Hub The next Wooler Wheel cycle sportive has a new home, with cross-border firm John Swan Ltd offering the auction mart for the 'Borderlands' event.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Retained firefighters needed in village
Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service is looking to recruit new on-call firefighters for its retained fire station in Wooler.
150 new homes in county's north by the end of 2015?
The construction of new affordable homes is set to start in Amble next month, with a string of further schemes to follow six months later.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Parking charges scrapped in some Northumberland towns
Car parking will be free in some Northumberland towns from April 1 after councillors agreed to end charges in council run car parks and on street parking places.
Retained fire fighters wanted in Wooler
Northumberland Fire and Rescue is looking to recruit new on-call fire-fighters for its retained fire station in Wooler.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
Glendale memories shared on facebook
A facebook page set up to unite the people of Wooler, both past and present, has attracted over a thousand members in just two weeks.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Nearly 40 years of service
Watch manager Brian Robinson has retired after serving 39 years with Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service at Wooler.
Pub landlord assaulted
A man who attacked a Wooler pub landlord was given a one-year community order when he pleaded guilty to a charge of assault.