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UPDATE: A1 reopened following serious collision

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The Harbour Village in Amble. Picture by Jane Coltman

How about twinning The Friendliest Port?

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Dennis Williams certainly knows his onions! Picture by Jane Coltman

Dennis proud as punch after onion win

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A map of the proposals. The village green is marked in green, while the proposed de-registered land is in red. The area which would become new village green is yellow.

Council votes against Braid village-green swap proposal

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Amble Town Council: Policing, parking problems and streetlights

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Link-road agreement praise

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New arrival is settling in well to life at SHAK

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Maggie’s memories of Northumberland childhood published

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Vets diary

Win prizes with festive fashion for furry friends

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The public toilets along the riverside in Rothbury.

‘Horrendous’ toilets set to be demolished

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Road closed after bridge work starts in north Northumberland

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Most freight trains now are container trains. Containers are also carried by ships and lorries, so the contents do not have to be disturbed on the journey.

The positive impact of Dr Beeching

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Roadworks on the A1

Planned roadworks on major roads in Northumberland and further afield

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Witness appeal after crash in Northumberland

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The A697 Front Street in Longframlington. Picture by Jane Coltman

Motorists advised of A697 road closure

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'Fantastic first day' of firearms surrender in North East

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Woman's body found in Northumberland

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Berwick-upon-Tweed Magistrates' Court.

Drink-driver was nearly three times over limit on the A1

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Northumbria Police is rated as good

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School makes the grade, despite move to new site

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WATCH: Longhoughton Primary School

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WATCH: Red Row First School

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WATCH: St Paul's RC Primary School, Alnwick

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Pupils with some of the shoes being donated by Whittingham CofE Primary School.

Helping others to attend school

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Coun George Mavin, right, at a previous Alnwick Town Council business networking event.

Apprenticeships and broadband on agenda

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Paul Quigley, head of API development and bioanalytical services, at Arcinova's facility in Alnwick.

Investment in company’s Alnwick base

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‘The football club has such an influence on people’s lives’

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Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaking at the North East England Chamber of Commerce business leaders' lunch.

Nicola Sturgeon underlines 'enduring ties' between North East and Scotland

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The Cheviot Centre in Wooler.

Parliament Week event to take place in Wooler

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John Devlin. 27/07/15 . TURNBERRY. Trump Turnberry. Donald Trump visits as his course that is holding the RICOH Woman�"s British Open.

The universe according to Donald

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Mark Rigby, Chief Executive of CVS Business Rent

Can’t pay, won’t pay, but now even more to pay?

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End of pumping test at former mine site

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The rare Jubilee waxcap discovered in the Coquet Valley in Northumberland National Park.

Confirmation of rare fungi species in Coquet Valley

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Volunteers collecting beach litter at Berwick. Picture by Anna Chouler

Call for surveyors to count litter on Northumberland beaches

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Spittal beach and prom

Excellent bathing water at vast majority of Northumberland’s beaches

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Working together to reduce harm from alcohol and drugs

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Ignorance about anatomy is endangering the effectiveness of health screening campaigns that target a specific organ, warn scientists.

Public's poor knowledge of anatomy 'hampers healthcare'

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Last year's Bright Ideas in Health Awards.

Finalists revealed for healthcare awards

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Shopkeeper John McClurey, a former North of England president of the National Federation of Retail Newsagents; Amanda Healy, director of public health; Ailsa Rutter, director of Fresh; and Peter Wright, from the North East Public Protection Partnership.

Illegal tobacco bought by more than half of teenage smokers in Northumberland

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The infant feeding team in Northumberland  support given to women to encourage breastfeeding has been given the Unicef Baby Friendly Gold Award.

Golden seal of approval for breastfeeding

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