Northumberland Gazette

Body found in search for missing Amble woman

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Alex Watson.

Parents’ tribute to Bamburgh man: ‘We were proud to call him son’

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Val and Annie Burn.

Bravery medal arrives after veteran’s death

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LUCKER FIRE LATEST: The moment a shocked villager saw house engulfed in flames, plus a video of the scene

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Contentious housing bid given green light

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Alnmouth one-way system set to start

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Two people feared dead in Northumberland house fire

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The swimming pool at Willowburn Sports and Leisure Centre, in Alnwick.

Leisure memberships increase, but not in north Northumberland

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Chief Constable of Northumbria Police Steve Ashman . Picture by Jane Coltman

Northumbria Police praised in two HMIC reports

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Ratcheugh to launch the new Pt-2-Pt season

Sport

A sweet experience for Cyrus

Sport

Carole racks up an incredible 18th class win at Druridge Bay

Sport
The swimming pool at Willowburn Sports and Leisure Centre, in Alnwick.

Leisure memberships increase, but not in north Northumberland

News

Four tries for Alnwick in hard-fought away win at Driffield

Sport

Top scorer departs, but Alnwick bounce back with a home win

Football

Amble pair win national medals

Sport

Taylor hits eight goals for Embleton in NNL

Football
Hadrians Cavalry will run from April to September next year.

Major Roman cavalry exhibition along Hadrian's Wall is announced

Arts
Tara fights off the walkers.

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Swear

Arts
The principal actors in Alnwick Playhouse Youth Theatre's production of The Wizard of Oz.

REVIEW: The Wizard of Oz, Alnwick Playhouse Youth Theatre, until Saturday, December 3

Theatre and Comedy
On Tuesday, October 11 our RE Ambassadors, escorted by Mrs Susan Francis and Rev John Beckworth, delivered a large array of food donated by our pupils and parents, the local church community and Belford First school for the Harvest Food Festival Service at St Marys Church in Belford.

Serving up community food bank support

Lifestyle
Upper Coquetdale were brought together by Upper Coquetdale Parish to enjoy a delicious and exotic Asian meal as a fund-raiser to support the charity 'Peace of Mind'.

Samosa Sisters’ charity lunch success

Lifestyle