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Remember when...25 years ago

This week’s Remember When picture takes us to Rothbury.

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Zoe Emilie Burns is running a summer holiday photo event.

Start the summer holidays with a Northumbrian photo adventure

A mumpreneur who set up her own photography business a year ago is giving families the chance to get up close to nature and enjoy a photography adventure at the start of the school holidays.

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The centre of Rothbury is a conservation area, but there are not that many listed buildings.

Strong views on proposed local heritage list

There were angry exchanges at Rothbury Parish Council’s meeting last Wednesday during a debate on the merits of a local heritage list.

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A funding campaign has started to help Lucy Huddleston receive pioneering back treatment in the US.

Gathering of Ford cars in Alnwick to raise surgery cash

A group of petrolheads and their Ford cars are holding a meet this weekend before heading out on the roads of north Northumberland.

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Rabbits are causing problems in Longhoughton. Picture by Mark Bolton

‘Displaced’ rabbits are damaging cemetery

A cemetery is being damaged by rabbits which have been displaced by an ongoing housing development, it has been claimed.

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In October 2016, Stephen Miller was presented with a bottle of champagne by Harry Brown and other members of staff at the Cramlington branch of Sainsburys in recognition of his achievements over the years. Picture by Jane Coltman

World bronze for club thrower Stephen Miller

Northumberland Paralympic star Stephen Miller has added to his medal haul.

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Adam Jobson

Concern growing for missing Northumberland man

Concern is growing for a missing 23-year-old man from Northumberland.

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Olivia Lomenech Gill's illustrations for Fantastic Beasts

Fantastic Beasts artist on show

More than 30 artists will be exhibiting at Belford Arts Festival this weekend.

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News from Northumbria Police

Motorcyclist seriously injured in crash in Northumberland

Police are appealing for information after a collision in rural Northumberland, which left a motorcyclist with serious injuries.

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Spanish City in Whitley Bay
Picture by Jane Coltman

Alnwick, Family History Society

Barry Mead gave an excellent and enthusiastic talk using old postcards to track the development of popular local resort, Whitley Bay.

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Stalwarts of the Warkworth Show organised a Market Stall in the centre of the village to sell plants, and produce to raise funds for the Warkworth Show,

Market produces show funds

A market stall was set up in Warkworth to sell plants and produce to raise funds for the village show, to be held in the castle grounds on Saturday, August 19.

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DEVELOPMENT: Names not in character

DEVELOPMENT: Names not in character

In the article concerning the plans for the former convent building in Alnwick, the new owner states that ‘we are going for stylish and cosy’, (Northumberland Gazette, July 13).

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A still image from the show.

Postman comedy filmed in Alnwick attracts some First Class comments

A teaser film for a new comedy, penned by an Alnwick actor and filmed in the town, has been unveiled – and it has picked up encouraging feedback, including attention from the BBC.

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'Patching' on the Cobbles in Alnwick.

Cobbles condition a concern, but cost is stumbling block

The state of the Cobbles in Alnwick has come under fire again, but a solution will not be easy to find.

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News from Northumbria Police

Police say there won’t be staff cuts after front-office closure

The number of police in Amble will not be cut as a result of the town losing its front-office provision, councillors were assured.

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Show celebrates 100 years of jazz music

Show celebrates 100 years of jazz music

A night of music at Alnwick Playhouse will celebrate 100 years of jazz.

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Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan and Roads Minister Andrew Jones beside the A1 between Alnwick and Morpeth.

On the brink of an historic UK moment

What interesting political times we live in, and the work at Westminster continues at a frenetic pace.

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News from Northumbria Police

Police appeal after burglary in Northumberland

A large quantity of jewellery and other property has been stolen from a house in Northumberland.

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Alnwick Music Festival 2015. Nkrabea Dance from Ghana. Picture by Jane Coltman

Volunteers wanted to help at music festival

Volunteers are wanted to help out at this year’s Alnwick International Music Festival.

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Ian Coulson Strongman competition winner

Competitors wanted to enter revived contest

Contestants are wanted to enter the Alnwick strongman competition, which is being revived after a 10-year absence, as part of a fringe event in the town.

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