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Deputy Mayor dines with NCS group

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Teenager killed in car crash in Northumberland - three arrested

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Failure of Great War loan scheme revealed

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Duo complete epic walk

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New development’s progress from above

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Flood group ‘would be worthy of national award win’

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Race success for Daniel at Glanton Show

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Ian Simpson, left, and Peter Bredael are inviting residents to try out some of the e-bikes they have in stock on Saturday.

Open day for e-bikes at workshop in town centre

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Flag-raising ceremony to honour seafarers

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Rescheduled: Abnormal load to shut the A19 at Silverlink tonight

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Network Rails experimental hybrid train on which the new hybrid trains currently being built at Newton Aycliffe are based. Picture by John Wylde.

The long journey to electric rail

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Roadworks at Silverlink to create a triple-deck roundabout.

UPDATE: Abnormal load's journey through North East tonight cancelled

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The roadworks at Silverlink

Warning of delays as abnormal load to pass through North East on A1 and A19

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Highways England is planning works on various roads this week.

Roadworks in the week ahead

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Police appeal for witnesses after hit-and-run in Blyth

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Sharp rise in rural crime in Northumberland

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Court date for pair accused of murder of man found in Northumberland field

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Robbery and assault at Northumberland caravan park

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KEVI A Levels: 'A fantastic set of results'

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Students represent region at youth event

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Ponteland High School headteacher Kieran McGrane.

Key school support role for head and staff

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Award winners and university staff, from left, Joe Phillips, Tom Nicholson, Amanda Clarke, Gillian Fraser, Dr Phil Adams, Rebecca Craig, Lindsey Marshall and Nicola Miller.

Three Morpeth students receive prestigious award

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Pictured are Stobhillgate First School pupils after taking off the footwear they then donated to the Sals Shoes charity.

Generous pupils give up a pair of shoes for good cause

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National award joy at the double for brewery

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The roadworks at Silverlink to install a triple-deck roundabout.

Rescheduled: Abnormal load to shut the A19 at Silverlink tonight

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Network Rails experimental hybrid train on which the new hybrid trains currently being built at Newton Aycliffe are based. Picture by John Wylde.

The long journey to electric rail

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Northumberland College is expanding its travel and tourism course offer.

New tourism courses to meet job growth

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Engaging with young is key to our prosperity

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Pegswood Fire Station.

Solar panels to be installed at fire stations

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Storey Park Community Centre, Morpeth.

Doing nothing with centre ‘not an option’

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The surgery will take place at St Aidans Church, Shields Road.

Quintet of councillors expected at surgery

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KEVI School buildings  in Morpeth

No let up on school budget campaigning

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Prize for photographer

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The beautiful beach north of Bamburgh. Picture by Ellen Jackson

Want to be a part of Britain's biggest beach clean?

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Archer, the 50th Kielder osprey, takes flight.

Archer, the 50th Kielder osprey chick, flies the nest

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Coun Glen Sanderson (front right), Alnwick councillor Gordon Castle (front left) and staff from the county councils neighbourhood services team.

Verge cuts are almost complete

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Official opening for new oncology day unit at Wansbeck General Hospital

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Kaydii Inglis, lead learning disability liaison nurse for North Tyneside and Northumberland; Janet Harrison, clinical lead nurse for the learning disability community nursing service in Northumberland; and Clare Arnold, clinical manager for the community learning disabilities service in North Tyneside.

Inspectors’ praise for disability services

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Police issue drug warning over blue pills

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A record number of drug deaths were recorded in England and Wales last year.

Drug deaths in Northumberland rise by almost 50% since protection of treatment budget removed

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Kaydii Inglis, lead learning disability liaison nurse for North Tyneside and Northumberland; Janet Harrison, clinical lead nurse for the learning disability community nursing service in Northumberland; and Clare Arnold, clinical manager for the community learning disabilities service in North Tyneside.

Inspectors praise outstanding community health services

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