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Naomi’s great joy at being back in business

An Ellington-based launderette business is up and running again after it was closed for more than four months as a result of a fire.

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Businesses can apply for funds to aid growth

Businesses can apply for funds to aid growth

Local businesses are being encouraged to apply for funding to help them grow and bring more money into the rural economy.

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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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Highways England is planning works on various roads this week.

Roadworks in the week ahead

Motorists planning to travel around Northumberland and North Tyneside this week are being urged to take account of the following roadworks.

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The National Tramway Museum in Derbyshire.  Left to right a Glasgow Standard car, a Blackpool Balloon, London Number One (nicknamed Bluebird because the seats were covered with blue upholstery), and an Amsterdam tram.

Transport has so many enthusiasts

Transport attracts a great deal of enthusiasm.

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The bridge beams are now in place

Major milestone for triple-decker roundabout at Silverlink

Work to create the North East’s first triple-decker roundabout has reached a major milestone, nearly a year since the scheme started.
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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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Jonathan Walker, North East England Chamber of Commerce head of policy and campaigns.

Brexit poll shows businesses want trading continuity

A business Brexit survey by the North East England Chamber of Commerce released this week showed the majority of firms want to maintain existing trading conditions with the EU.

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Consultants appoint new Morpeth farm head

Consultants appoint new Morpeth farm head

Consultancy firm Strutt and Parker has appointed a new head for the farming department in its Morpeth office.

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Local trades men working on the new development, Neil Lister(glasses white hat) Joe Harrison(tie) with Ross McNally(Blue hat, Blue Tee), Gareth Wood(Blue hat orange tee), John Ford(Blue hat Grey tee), Liam TurbullWhite hat blue tee), Eddie McGlauphin(dark glasses), John Ford(black hat).McCarthy and Stone, Goose Hill, Morpeth.

Housebuilding firm happy to keep it local

A housebuilding firm is happy to keep it local as it delivers its new development.

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Morpeth Town Team members John Beynon, Filipa Conceicao, Ken Brown and George Williams at the BID launch.

Business Improvement District vision for town

Traders in Morpeth have heard details of a major vision for a more vibrant and thriving town following a successful application.

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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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Husband and wife team Kyle and Lucy run the new Gabella Aesthetics centre in Morpeth.

Couple open facial aesthetics centre

A new skin treatment centre offering personalised anti-ageing and youth enhancing procedures has opened on Newgate Street in Morpeth.

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The winners of the Northumberland Tourism Awards 2017.

Northumberland Tourism Awards: Winners revealed

The winners of the first Northumberland Tourism Awards were announced this evening during a ceremony at Alnwick Castle.

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Business is booming for grooming brand

Business is booming for grooming brand

A high-end male grooming range with regional roots has certainly put itself in the shop window at one of the North East’s most well-known stores.

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Roadworks

Roadworks scheduled in the North East

Planned roadworks in the North East over the coming week are as follows:

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John McCabe addresses the chamber AGM

Businesses urged to work more closely together

The managing director of a growing public relations agency has been elected President of the North East England Chamber of Commerce at its AGM held at St James’ Park.

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Northumberland Tourism Awards

Northumberland Tourism Awards: Thanks to our sponsors

The ceremony for the first Northumberland Tourism Awards takes place tonight, but it wouldn’t be happening without the support of all of our sponsors.

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Map of the proposed site boundary for Highthorn.

Highthorn: Jobs, tourism, coal and climate change among final arguments

The public hearing on the controversial Highthorn opencast mine concluded yesterday as the four parties made their final arguments.

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Interchange between buses at a meeting point in the Scottish Borders.  The pattern of connections involves four routes and takes two forms, each of which happens reliably every two hours.

Bus services are not as bad as you think

Almost all candidates in the General Election expressed their intention of pressing for better public transport.

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