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Flood group ‘would be worthy of national award win’

The vital work and campaigning by the Morpeth Flood Action Group (MFAG) has been put forward for a national accolade.

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Glanton Hill Race winner Daniel Dixon. Picture by Jane Coltman.

Race success for Daniel at Glanton Show

Morpeth Harrier Daniel Dixon, who lives in Ulgham, took the honours in the Glanton Hill Race on his first time of entering.

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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

A new Morpeth business is giving residents the opportunity to try out the latest trend in cycling.

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Flag-raising ceremony to honour seafarers

Lynemouth Parish Council will fly a Red Ensign as part of national Merchant Navy Day.

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Berwick coach park

Engaging with young is key to our prosperity

Parliament is in recess and summer is upon us. Well, the British summer anyway, which for most of us is a mixed bag of sunshine tempered with some very heavy rain.

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Party of Ogles from USA on county visit

A party of Americans is heading to Northumberland on a nostalgic trip to walk in the footsteps of their forefathers.

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Chris Johnson, Gillian Thorne, oncology day unit manager, Alan Richardson, Northumbria Healthcare chairman, and Ian Lavery MP at the official opening.

Official opening for new oncology day unit at Wansbeck General Hospital

A new cancer treatment unit has been officially opened at Wansbeck General Hospital.

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Ponteland High School headteacher Kieran McGrane.

Top class A-level results at Pont High

Ponteland High School staff, students and their families are celebrating another excellent set of A-level results.

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KEVI A Levels: 'A fantastic set of results'

The hard work of students and staff at Morpeth's High School has paid dividends as the school celebrates its 'best ever' results.
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The team that made the award-winning beers, including head brewer and joint-owner of Anarchy Brew Co Simon Miles, centre. Picture by Jane Coltman.

National award joy at the double for brewery

A Northumberland brewery has achieved further award success.

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The Great North Air Ambulance Service helicopter that transported the woman from an area of Mitford to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle yesterday.

Woman airlifted to hospital

Ambulance services were called to an area of Mitford yesterday after a woman fractured her ankle whilst walking.

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Students represent region at youth event

A group of teenagers from Morpeth tested themselves against the best debaters in the country at the UK session of the European Youth Parliament (EYP).

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One of the Blyth Community Carnival Club workshops.

Bringing back Blyth Carnival

Headway Arts is working with the town council to bring back the Blyth Community Carnival this summer.

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

A man was seriously injured after a hit-and-run in Blyth yesterday.

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James Ramsbotham, left, and John McCabe, right, of the North East England Chamber of Commerce.

‘Government must support connectivity’

The region’s business lobbying group has stepped into the row over the divide between funds for transport in the north and south.

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

Rescheduled: Abnormal load to shut the A19 at Silverlink tonight

There will be delays on the A1 and A19 tonight (August 15) as a 223 tonne transformer makes its way through the region, shutting the A19 at Silverlink.

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Warning on fake charity collectors

Residents are being urged to be wary when approached by charity collectors following information that potential fraudsters have been calling at houses in Blyth.

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Sharp rise in rural crime in Northumberland

The cost of rural crime to Northumberland was £230,000 in 2016, up 21 per cent from £190,000 in 2015.

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A Cheviots challenge awaits the participants

Northumbria officers prepare for Royal Marine challenge

Brave participants will be replicating a challenge faced only by Royal Marine Commando recruits in the Cheviots next month - and they are calling for more gung-ho adventurers to join them.

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A typical Ashbury home, available at St Andrew's Gardens.

Large family homes now available on new Morpeth estate

Homebuilder Taylor Wimpey North East is inviting families looking for a property with more space to visit its St Andrew’s Garden development, in Morpeth, where its five-bedroom Ashbury home is now available.

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