Northumberland County, England Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. New art gallery taking pride of place in MelroseRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2017 | Borders Today

    Simply named the Gallery Melrose, it has been opened by Iain Loudon and David Wallace in the former Cobblers of Melrose shop in Market Square to offer affordable art and other gifts. Iain, 49, of Stow, and David, 59, of Hawick, are both art enthusiasts and have opened the Gallery with the view of bringing quality pieces to the region and highlighting the creative skills of many artists at work today.

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  2. CatterickRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2017 | Sporting Life

    Idder made it third-time lucky over hurdles at Musselburgh, when Desert Point was fourth, and that display warrants this step up in grade. He should cope with a penalty but probably has a bit to find on the form book with CRACKING FIND .

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  3. This footage of whale spotted off mouth of Tyne is making a splash - but what type of whale is it?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    The mammal was seen by a fisherman off the coast of the North East and has got aquatic experts very excited The footage was captured by fisherman Darren Senior at 2.30pm on Friday - around 14 miles east north east from the River Tyne. The 48-year-old, of Seaton Delaval , who has been fishing since he left school, said: "It was the sound of it that caught my attention.

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  4. Con artist jailed for selling fakes he pretended were by renowned...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    Richard Pearson destabilised the international art market by flooding it with fake artwork he claimed were the work of the Durham artist Con artist Richard Pearson who has been jailed for selling fake art that he claimed was the work of renowned painter Norman Cornish Con artist Richard Pearson is today behind bars after selling fake art he falsely claimed was the work of a renowned North East 'pitman painter'. Pearson left the international art market unstable by flooding it with work which he pretended had been produced by Norman Cornish.

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  5. Crash, bang, wallop - see Whitley Bay seafront shelter demolished as regeneration gets under wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    The derelict structure on Whitley Bay's Northern Promenade will be replaced by a new shelter as part of revamp plans The covered seating area on the Northern Promenade, near the Rendezvous Cafe, has been a feature of the coastline since the early 20th Century. However, it became derelict over time and North Tyneside Council made plans to demolish the structure as part of a major revamp of the promenade.

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  6. Forger who sold 'pitman painter' fakes jailedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | BBC News

    A fraudster destabilised the international art market by selling forged works of so-called "pitman painter" Norman Cornish, a court heard. Richard Pearson, 56, from Sunderland, passed off 14 drawings and pictures to a gallery in Northumberland, leaving it more than A 50,000 out of pocket.

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  7. Exploring the life of Battle of Trafalgar hero John William TrotterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    John William Trotter's life will be explored in a talk by Collingwood Society member Ian Wallace at St Mary's Heritage Centre Eighty years after being christened in a church on the banks of the River Tyne, John William Trotter was laid to rest in 1850 in the churchyard. In between, he had lived a life straight out of the Hornblower novels, including playing an important role in the Battle of Trafalgar.

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  8. Mountain Parkway Expansion starting major construction work in Morgan County -Read the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Floyd County Times

    "This project continues the safety and mobility improvements we are making to this important transportation artery for Eastern Kentucky," said Marshall Carrier, a KYTC engineer who is the project manager for the Mountain Parkway Expansion. Work will begin this week in the Morgan County Segment, an 8.2-mile section of the parkway in Wolfe, Morgan and Magoffin counties.

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  9. Do you own a work by the Pitmen Painters? Then an artist would like to hear from youRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    The paintings by the artists who became known as the Ashington Group have enthralled and inspired many people over the years - but are there any more out there? The question is posed by Narbi Price, a Hartlepool-born artist who is working on his PhD with Newcastle University in partnership with Woodhorn Museum , near Ashington. Woodhorn is home to the best known work by the artists of the Ashington Group who also became known as the Pitmen Painters after Lee Hall's successful play which tells their story.

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  10. North Shields taxi firm rapped for driving passengers in uninsured cabsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    A taxi firm drove more than 70 fares in uninsured vehicles because they were operating in the wrong authority area. Family-run Central Taxis illegally used two vehicles licenced in Northumberland in the North Shields area , a court was told.

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  11. Pair in court accused of burning down an pensioner's home after targeting wrong houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    Ashley Walker and Graham Wills appeared at South Northumberland Magistrates' Court charged with arson with intent/being reckless to endanger life Ashley Walker and Graham Wills are alleged to have been intending to set fire to an associate's house but got the wrong address and hit the pensioner's flat instead. A court heard the 72-year-old woman lost almost all her possessions in the flames and her home, in Brockwell Court, Blyth, was completely destroyed.

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  12. Heartfelt tributes paid to former Tynedale Rugby Club president Anthony SmithRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    His son Andrew Smith, of Oxfordshire, said: "He was a great man. He was really tall - around 6ft 4in - so people looked up to him in both sense of the word.

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  13. Rapes, hit-and-runs and a terrifying bank raid - the North East's biggest unsolved crimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    Police are appealing for your help to solve some of the worst crimes that are yet to be cracked across the region Detective chief superintendent Lisa Orchard, head of crime at Northumbria Police, said : "Unsolved crimes are never closed off and we will always act on any new information that we receive. "We need the public's help to solve these crimes and the information we receive from the public is crucial.

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  14. Nothing daft about this fund-raisingRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2017 | News Post Leader

    Staff at Leeds Building Society in Blyth, Morpeth and six other branches in the North East raised 7,000 for Daft as a Brush cancer patient care during 2016. The activities included 10 colleagues taking part in a cycle ride between the branches during the summer - the others are in Whitley Bay, North Shields, South Shields, Wallsend, Durham and Newcastle.

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  15. Capheaton Hall: the Northumbrian manor that is more family funhouse than historic homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2017 | LandlordZONE News

    The house, a Grade I listed baroque masterpiece described by Pevsner as "one of the most interesting houses of its date and character in England", looks south, over sheep grazing on the ha-ha and the Northumbrian hills beyond. "Sorry about the mess," says Willy Browne-Swinburne, throwing open the back door.

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  16. Home Bargains frozen foods removed from sale after food safety alertRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2017 | Chronicle Live

    Food Standards have issued a warning in respect of 11 dishes on sale at Home Bargains which has branches throughout Tyneside Shoppers at Home Bargains have been warned to steer clear of some of the budget store's frozen food range by Food Standards. The safety warning has been issued because the goods, supplied by MDA Products, have been repackaged in "unapproved premises" and are potentially unsafe, Food Standards Scotland said.

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  17. Metro launches new timetableRead the original story

    Jan 16, 2017 | Sunderland Echo

    From February 5 there will be more early morning trains from Sunderland, South Shields and North Tyneside stations, following a change in demand from customers. The changes are being carried out based on feedback from Metro customers as well as market research and passenger counts.

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  18. Fatal wreck injures central Pa. coupleRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2017 | PennLive.com

    An Ephrata couple was injured Saturday in a crash in Northumberland County in which a woman from the Wilkes-Barre area was killed. Speed and icy conditions were factors in the collision that occurred shortly after 3 p.m. Saturday on Route 54 in the Locust Summit area west of Ashland, Mount Carmel Twp.

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  19. Rallying to Save ObamacareRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2017 | WNEP-TV Moosic

    Dozens of people showed up at a congressman's office in Northumberland County, protesting the proposed repeal of Obamacare and cuts to Planned Parenthood. People stood outside for hours in Sunbury to make sure their voices are heard.

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  20. York City Ladies Reserves 7 Redcar Town 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2017 | Vital Football

    Second-placed York City Ladies Reserves moved to within three points of the leaders following a 7-2 victory against Redcar Town at Haxby Road. Striker Sophie Tinson took her recent tally to eight goals in four games courtesy of another double, while fellow forward Alice Turner also struck twice alongside Rachel Harding, Ellie Randall and Lindsay Jordan.

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