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Fund-raising for another fight against Morpeth developments

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SENRUG chairman Dennis Fancett is pictured at Morpeth Railway Station. Picture by Simon Williams.

Extra train services for Morpeth start this weekend

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Chief Constable of Northumbria Police Steve Ashman . Picture by Jane Coltman

Northumbria Police praised in two HMIC reports

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Memberships on increase, says provider

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Further calls to raise alcohol unit prices

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Faffing can be fatal, loafing can be lethal - public urged to become organ donors

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Day sees teens take over council duties

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Hadrians Cavalry will run from April to September next year.

Major Roman cavalry exhibition along Hadrian's Wall is announced

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View of Ponteland
Picture by Jane Coltman

Replacement street lights set for Pont

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Extra train services for Morpeth start this weekend

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Princes Street in Edinburgh is now almost wholly given over to pedestrians and public transport.

Rail is on the up, but buses still struggle

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Watch out for roadworks.

Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside

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Station Yard car park in Ashington.

Multi-storey car-park plans for Northumberland towns

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Station Yard car park in Ashington.

Multi-storey car-park plans for Northumberland towns

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Morpeth woman jailed for involvement in murder

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Nicole Lawrence

Morpeth woman convicted for involvement in murder of disabled man

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Northumbria PCC Vera Baird and Richard Bliss, of NDAS, chat to service user Joseph. Picture by Jane Coltman

K(NO)W MORE about abuse in all-male relationships

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Residents warned to beware after spate of break-ins in Morpeth

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Day sees teens take over council duties

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Pictured, from left, are Jason Sunil, Christie Edge (sales manager), Martha Cape, Claire Clifford (Barratt Homes Sales Adviser) and Evan Johnson.

Time is captured for the future at housing site

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Some of the group of pupils from Chantry Middle School and Technology College with their initial letters to French children.

Discovery leads to Chantry link with school in France

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Conservative county council candidate for Kirkhill in the May 2017 elections, Richard Wearmouth.

Request reveals ‘big school-places deficit’

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Beth Loughran teaches a group of pupils a polka style Polish dance.

Pupils enjoy day all about Poland

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Princes Street in Edinburgh is now almost wholly given over to pedestrians and public transport.

Rail is on the up, but buses still struggle

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Watch out for roadworks.

Planned roadworks on A1 and A19 in Northumberland and North Tyneside

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Coun Dave Ledger

Sponsors highlight success of businesses in the county

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Get more details on major modifications

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The proposed boundaries, with Morpeth in the new Hexham and Morpeth constituency; the disappearance of the Wansbeck constituency; and Ponteland East and Stannington in the Newcastle North West constituency.

Varied constituency proposals

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The former Morpeth library site, which the county council has now announced will be used for a new leisure centre.

Council to stay in forum for town

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Elizabeth Jane Common, Lynemouth youth councillor, is pictured front left at the crocus bulb planting launch event. Picture by Jane Coltman.

Village’s young ambassador appointed to parish council

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Ponteland Leisure Centre.

Anger at new prices for leisure facilities

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Expanding Morpeth’s sewer network

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Icy mornings may be on the cards this weekend.

A wintry weekend: Your North East forecast from the Met Office

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Coun Ian Swithenbank.

Council’s warning on cowboy collectors

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The Met Office is warning drivers to be careful if they're planning to take routes that go over higher ground in the coming days.

Snow warning: North East could see 'several centimetres'

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Memberships on increase, says provider

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Picture by Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Further calls to raise alcohol unit prices

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People are urged to take a few minutes of time online this Christmas to give the greatest gift and become an organ donor.

Faffing can be fatal, loafing can be lethal - public urged to become organ donors

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The Duchess of Northumberland and Dr Mark Sudlow, clinical director for simulation at Northumbria Healthcare, at the official opening of the new centre. Picture by Gavin Duthie Photography

Duchess opens new state-of-the-art NHS centre for training

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Northumbria PCC Vera Baird and Richard Bliss, of NDAS, chat to service user Joseph. Picture by Jane Coltman

K(NO)W MORE about abuse in all-male relationships

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