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Planned roadworks on major North East routes

Highways England is planning the following roadworks on the A1 and A19 in the North East.

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Loving Northumberland at The Alnwick Garden.

If you LOVE Northumberland, these are the awards for you

Entries have opened for the LOVE Northumberland Awards 2018 - the annual celebration of all that is great about community environmental work in the county.

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easyJet planes

easyJet puts its winter 2018 flights from Newcastle on sale

Airline easyJet has put thousands of tickets for its flights for winter 2018 on sale this morning, with customers urged to book early for low fares.

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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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Northumberland Livestock

Wooler

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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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Northumberland Livestock

Wooler

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Pig industry’s ‘huge’ leap forward

The UK pig industry has made a huge leap forward in meeting the antibiotic challenge, the National Pig Association said, following the publication of usage figures for the sector.

Business
Coun Dave Ledger

Ex-Arch chairman hits back over spending concerns

The former chairman of Northumberland’s development company Arch, who was implicated in claims over lavish trips to the south of France, has hit back at the allegations.

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Brought to you by the Morpeth Herald.

End of an era but business service not changing

After more than 65 years of having a retail presence in Morpeth, Bowman and Co TV will be closing its front shop on Dark Lane at the beginning of April.

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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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Northumberland Livestock

Wooler

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Mark and Stephen Richardson of James Burrell.

Builders’ merchants to open new £1m site in Morpeth this summer

A building merchant is set to move to Morpeth this summer after a £1million investment.

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A local bus in Perth.

Buses: Are they a service or a business?

The enigmatic bus is a paradoxical form of transport, loved and loathed according to its location and activity.

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After the storm

The winter challenge isn’t over for our farmers

For most, the mayhem of the storms is behind them, not so for our farmers and the businesses that service them.

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Gavin Styles, managing director at Banks Mining.

Banks Mining hits out at 'absolutely perverse' Highthorn decision

The boss of Banks Mining has slammed the Communities Secretary for his decision to ignore the planning inspector's recommendation and refuse a surface mine in Northumberland.

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Campaigners from Save Druridge on the beach.

REACTION: Northumberland surface mine refused

Politicians and groups react to this morning's news that the proposed Highthorn opencast mine on the Northumberland coast has been refused.
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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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Newcastle International Airport was successful at Airports Council International's Airport Service Quality Awards.

Airport flying high after major award win

Newcastle International Airport was the only UK airport to win an accolade at Airports Council International (ACI)’s 2017 Airport Service Quality Awards.

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Northumberland Livestock

Acklington

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