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Call-in for proposals at important town sites

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Chris takes up a new role with the NHS

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Airport starts approach consultation

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Bus met train at Haltwhistle following closure of the railway to Alston in 1976. Such co-operation is almost always at the behest of the local authorities.

Co-operation is needed for integration

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Collision on A1 in Northumberland

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HERALD WAR REPORT

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Children get on board play ship

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Planned roadworks in the North East

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Anne and Rob Gormanley behind the bar at The Swinburne Arms with groceries and a newspaper from the shop. Picture by Philip Ryott.

Cheers to pub for providing much-needed village shop

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This piece, called Red Fish, was among those from NTW patients to receive Platinum Awards.

Patients’ art proves a hit in UK competition

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Airport starts approach consultation

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Bus met train at Haltwhistle following closure of the railway to Alston in 1976. Such co-operation is almost always at the behest of the local authorities.

Co-operation is needed for integration

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Planned roadworks in the North East

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A Northern Rail pacer train.

Union welcomes MPs’ support for Northern Rail guard campaign

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Routes to avoid next week

Roadworks on major roads this week in Northumberland and beyond

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Police appeal after assault at Morpeth Railway Station

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Man arrested following rape incident in Morpeth

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Gearing up for Operation Checkpoint.

Overnight operation targets countryside crime

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Northumbria Police launches campaign to protect cyclists

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Science comes to life at middle school

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Secretary of State for Education Justine Greening. Picture by Richard Ponter

Date announced for the launch of tax-free childcare

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Ian Lavery MP and Mike McDonald, from the NUT, outside the Northumberland Church of England Academy in Ashington.

MP launches campaign on cuts to education

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Chancellor Philip Hammond

Budget 2017: Calls to tackle schools funding and unleash North East potential

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A group of Willow class pupils at Grange View CofE First School with the map used to show where the post had reached.  Picture by Jane Coltman.

Great response to Facebook post about internet safety

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Airport starts approach consultation

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Bus met train at Haltwhistle following closure of the railway to Alston in 1976. Such co-operation is almost always at the behest of the local authorities.

Co-operation is needed for integration

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Planned roadworks in the North East

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Anne and Rob Gormanley behind the bar at The Swinburne Arms with groceries and a newspaper from the shop. Picture by Philip Ryott.

Cheers to pub for providing much-needed village shop

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Date announced for the launch of tax-free childcare

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From left, Hayley Brown, Barnabas Safe and Sound manager, Sara Parker-Clark, Isos Housing community involvement team leader, and Stobhill ward county councillor Ian Lindley.

Play scheme is progressing well

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Ponteland North county and town councillor Richard Dodd and Coun Ian Swithenbank, right in photo, Northumberland County Council cabinet member for local services.

Plans to increase parking capacity in Pont

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Apprenticeship participation is at record levels with 899,400 funded apprentices participating in an apprenticeship last year.

A technical education revolution

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Council targets empty homes causing a blight

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Agency focus on Pont area

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A warning has been issued by the Environment Agency.

Warning over illegal waste dumping

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The front cover of this year's Visitor Guide.

New visitor guide will be hot off press at North Tourism Fair

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The close season for coarse fishing on rivers starts tomorrow.

River patrols planned as coarse fishing close season starts

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Patients’ art proves a hit in UK competition

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Paul Brolly, NEAS community resuscitation training officer, is pictured with, left to right, new Community First Responders (back row) Ian Catchpole and Barry Coulson, (middle row) Naomi Calder, Rebecca Hewitt, Keith Broughton, and Chris Bradley, (front row) Danielle Liddle, Anthony Buchanan, Shaun McKay, Craig Silk, Adam Sparrow, Deborah Still and Rachel Lonsdale.

Northumberland’s newest life-saving volunteers

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Taking your dog for a walk is an easy way of getting exercise.

Northumberland residents encouraged to get more active

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According to the results of the 2016 NHS Staff Survey, Northumbria Healthcare is the best NHS employer in England for providing equal opportunities to staff for career progression and promotion. Picture by Simon Williams / Crest Photography.

Health trust tops poll on career progression

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Drug-related admissions data

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