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The terrifying moment a masked robber demands cash at an Amble store

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Planning applications before Northumberland County Council.

Council planning notices

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An artists impression of what the scheme would look like in Longhoughton.

Longhoughton Parish Council round-up

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Routes to avoid next week

Roadworks on major roads this week in Northumberland and beyond

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Property guardians – a new way forward?

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Belford Parish Council round-up

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Pedal power! Get on your bike in Northumberland with new book

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Northumberland Camera Club: Snap to it and join our group

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White lines on the side of the carriageway are a really good help in the dark, especially in bad weather, but they need to be kept clean.

When safety features turn to hazards

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Manor Walks Shopping & Leisure, in Cramlington.

Tory manifesto questioned as Arch remains a really hot issue

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Roadworks on major roads this week in Northumberland and beyond

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White lines on the side of the carriageway are a really good help in the dark, especially in bad weather, but they need to be kept clean.

When safety features turn to hazards

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Paul Johnson

Berwick man dies in three-vehicle A1 accident

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Planned roadworks for the North East

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The unveiling of the new signs at Morpeth bus station.

New digital signs at Morpeth bus station

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Vandals start fire at St James’ Park

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WATCH: Thief caught on camera stealing bread buns

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Suspicious TV sellers in north Northumberland

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Dame Vera Baird.

Seeing is Believing, says PCC

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£9million plans for new-look school in Amble unveiled

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The new Duchess's Community High School in Alnwick was built with government funding topped up by county council investment.

Northumberland school buildings need £2k per pupil to bring them up to scratch

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Northumberland County Council school parking enforcement vehicle

Smarter parkers at schools

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Students at the Duchess's Community High School, Alnwck, at the public services careers day.

Students plan for the future with help from public services

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Round and round the Ford pupils go!

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Roadworks on major roads this week in Northumberland and beyond

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White lines on the side of the carriageway are a really good help in the dark, especially in bad weather, but they need to be kept clean.

When safety features turn to hazards

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John Cowens. Hay Show Champion.

Record entries for the charity hay show

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Newcastle City Council apprenticeship manager, Paul Maddison; Northumberland College's 1000th apprentice, April Halligan; apprenticeship assessor Ged Tait with Northumberland Colleges apprenticeship team. Picture by Simon Williams

Northumberland College launches new Apprenticeship Academy

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Call to raise tax on cheap cider

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Guy Renner-Thompson, who is standing in the Bamburgh ward for the Conservatives.

Conservative candidate for Bamburgh ward sets outs his views

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Conservative Party chairman, Sir Patrick McLoughlin, with Coun Peter Jackson.

Manifesto launched by Northumberland Conservatives

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Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan with former transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin.

Plans for eventual dualling of the A1 through Northumberland confirmed

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The relocation of the councils HQ to Ashington remains controversial, with the Tories opposing it but �32million allocated over the next three years.

Capital spending of £380m next year divides opinion

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Disappearing cables improve landscape in Northumberland village

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Charities to benefit after breaches by water board

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Students Theo Nickols and Bugge Vick at work.

Working for wildlife

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The beach clean organised by Isla Morton.

Youngster organises beach clean

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Call for action on the NHS via open letter

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Some of the team at Arcinova.

Double funding boost for Alnwick firm

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The great NHS gamble: what you need to know about the crisis facing England’s NHS

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Marie Purvis

Home-care service needs to improve, says regulator CQC

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Debbie Noble and Shelley Darby are determined to make Rothbury Street Fair a success.
Picture by Jane Coltman

Long-running village fair is saved thanks to new helpers

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