Morpeth Herald

Northumberland County Council budget passed: Cuts, capital spending and a tax hike

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Kirsty Dickson is the first Freedom to Speak Up Guardian at Northumbria Healthcare. Picture by Sam Friedrich.

Kirsty is guardian for employees at healthcare trust

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Annual meeting for important service

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Northumberland school buildings need £2k per pupil to bring them up to scratch

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WEATHER WARNING: Heavy snow forecast for parts of Northumberland

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Rutherford name for cancer centre under construction in Northumberland

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Businesses get access to big investors

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Gary Fildes, founder of Kielder Observatory, Ivor Crowther, head of Heritage Lottery Fund NE, Terry Carroll, Chair of LEADER. Picture by Jeanette Doherty / The Bigger Picture

Stargazers set to benefit from new observatory in Kielder

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Natalie Bennett, Green Party leader, right, with protestors against the Highthorn scheme on the day of the planning committee. 
Picture by Jane Coltman

Date announced for Highthorn mine inquiry

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Matthew Grieve puts Morpeth ahead in their match against Ryhope CW. Picture by Chris Chambers (CJC Photo).

Draw is a blow to Morpeth title hopes

Football

Medals galore for Harriers in NE relays and Indoor Championships

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Rugby.

Morpeth run Alnwick close in local derby

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World’s best riders will be on show at Burgham in 2017

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Hornby stars as Morpeth win on road

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Personal bests as young Harriers shine indoors

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Always Tipsy roared on to Champion Horse award

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Whitwam is top gun in Army Cross-Country Championships

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Tia McGraff and husband Tommy.

International star brings country style

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Local charities and organisations receive cheques from Dickens of a Draw organiser Lion Mike Nicholson, Lions Club President Chris Offord and members of Morpeth Lions Club.

Club fund-raiser is a big draw for charities

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Protection against cabbage root fly and white butterfly.

Defending crops the natural way

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