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Affordable homes may be cut at key housing site

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Partnership between Morpeth and Berwick schools being considered

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Fire rescue team at the cutting edge

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Council staff recognised for their work

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Mini Police signs up new youngsters

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Region’s water bills in 5% rise in three years

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Dr Vijay Kunadian

Older heart-attack victims are focus of research project

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News from Northumbria Police

Terror-threat level reduced in the North East

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Taylor brace helps Morpeth to top of table win over ’Auckland

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Silver medals for Morpeth U17 team at Northern Road Relay

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Morpeth maintain good early season form

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Morpeth continue steady start to league

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Hudspith first Morpeth Harrier home in the Great North Run

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Taylor brace as Morpeth stay top of the table

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Derby draw as Morpeth hold Alnwick in league opener

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Morpeth miss out on top spot in league

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Cragside by Glyn Trueman.

Summer walks keep camera club busy

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Exhibits at Longhirst Village Show.

Villagers put the pick of produce on display

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Hundreds of people gather to watch the Ponteland Duck Races at a successful previous event.

There’s no ducking out of riverside family fun

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Morpeth Lions and friends at Lilliard Ginnery (Lion President Margaret, second right) and Traquair House Brewery.

A tumble and a tipple for Lions

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Members of Lancaster Park WI along with guests met up at the lovely home of Rosy Walker for a Strawberry Tea held in aid of the charity Canine Partners-Amazing Dogs who transform lives. Rosy Walker and Pauline Simpson pictured here hosted this event.

Trend-setting and tea time with WI members

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Members of the Bloomers Gardening Group together with seven members of the Hepscott Horticultural Unit visited Dilston Physic Garden at Corbridge.

Bloomers are blossoming as gardeners

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