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Cookswell Garage has presented Pegswood Primary School with new sports kit. Headteacher Andrew Waterfield is seen with Claire Brind, left, and Julie Stephenson from the Citroen garage and some delighted pupils.  Picture by Jane Coltman.

Generous garage sponsors strips

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Health body will help others

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Roadworks are planned this week.

Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East

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Herald war report is going Down Under

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School places issue in the political spotlight

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Schools can take part in Birdwatch

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Louise Potts and seamstress Katy Nicholson in The Great British Curtain Co shop in Bridge Street, Morpeth, that opened earlier this month.  Picture by Jane Coltman

Curtain’s up for town’s new shop

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Paralympian Stephen Miller with youngsters at his surprise school visit.

Northumberland Paralympian Stephen's surprise visit to school

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Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East

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Roadworks on the A1.

Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East this week

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Four Inter-City 125 trains at Paddington. These trains were known as High Speed Trains when they were built 40 years ago, but are so good that some are coming to Scotland when the Great Western electrification is complete, where they will be used on the lines from Edinburgh and Glasgow to Aberdeen and Inverness.

Resolutions for transport ministers

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Road re-opened after collision incident in Northumberland town

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The bus stops on the A1 at Tritlington, which were installed earlier this year but may be lost during dualling.

School fears among options for dualled A1

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New inspector for urban area of Morpeth

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Some of the sheep that were transported by Jeffrey Thomas Dunn to an abattoir at Spennymoor on March 6 last year.

Farmer given fine by court for moving 14 unfit sheep

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Dame Vera Baird

PCC named as patron for abuse project

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Quad bike stolen in Stannington

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Generous garage sponsors strips

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

School places issue in the political spotlight

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The blackbird was the most common playground visitor in 2016. Picture courtesy of RSPB

Schools can take part in Birdwatch

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Andy Johnson, director of education at Northumberland County Council.

Schools improving and council having impact, but more to do

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Coun Robert Arckless.

Reminder on useful funding support for low income families

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Roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East

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Louise Potts and seamstress Katy Nicholson in The Great British Curtain Co shop in Bridge Street, Morpeth, that opened earlier this month.  Picture by Jane Coltman

Curtain’s up for town’s new shop

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The Waggon Inn, a pub and restaurant which lies between Ponteland and Belsay.

Pub and restaurant purchased by Yorkshire company

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A number of farming and land issues will be discussed at free CLA event.

Free event will keep farmers up to date

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School places issue in the political spotlight

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Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to members of the Charity Commision for England and Wales at The Royal Society where she detailed plans to provide greater support for those suffering mental health problems. Picture by Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

Mental health is a pressing issue for all

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Ian Lavery, MP for Wansbeck

Cuts will put our children’s future at risk

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Rothbury Community Hospital

County leads the way in new care model

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Tenants in spotlight at conference

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Schools can take part in Birdwatch

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Many prosecutions as a result of agency’s enforcement actions

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Chimney collapse at Low Greens in Berwick.

Council staff on standby for windy weather

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Children get involved in the Adopt an Acorn project.

From the little acorns, mighty oaks will grow

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Health body will help others

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New figures covering the whole of the Christmas and New Year period have shown the busiest time on record for NHS staff across North East hospitals and for the North East Ambulance Service.

Festive period busiest on record for region’s NHS

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Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to members of the Charity Commision for England and Wales at The Royal Society where she detailed plans to provide greater support for those suffering mental health problems. Picture by Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

Mental health is a pressing issue for all

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Unique opportunity to train as a nurse

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Staff at Northumbria Healthcares new emergency care hospital at Cramlington.

Bigger bill for key hospital as rates rise

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