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Come and have a dance at the ceilidh

A fund-raising ceilidh is being held at the end of the month to support the work of a hospital in Africa.

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Alnwicky, who played at a charity night on St Patricks Day.

Charity gig for Alnwick band

Alnwicky, a local band made up of both current and ex-students from the Duchess’s Community High School, Alnwick, played at a St Patrick’s Day charity evening in support of the Evie Campbell Fund.

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Jam Jar Army

JAM JAR ARMY: Risks as hogs emerge from hibernation

This is the time of year when hedgehogs are beginning to emerge from their winter hibernation.

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Blyth beach by Jim Jones

Coastguard paged to rescue dog

Concerns were raised about the safety of a dog at Blyth beach this morning.

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St Michael's CE Primary School was the winner of a countywide maths competition.

Maths whizzes at St Michael’s

Key Stage 2 at St Michael’s CE Primary School, Alnwick, have been competing in a countywide maths challenge and the school was announced as the winner.

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Sammi Shepherd and her son Joshua.

Mum tackles half-marathon to say thanks to charity

A mother will be taking on this year’s Great North Run in aid of a charity which has helped her one-year-old son.

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The arrival of the new lifeboat in Amble. 
Picture by Jane Coltman

Naming ceremony for boat

The date of the official naming ceremony for Amble’s new state-of-the-art lifeboat has been announced.

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Planned roadworks in the North East

Planned roadworks in the North East

New and ongoing road improvements are planned by Highways England over the coming week.

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

Mixed comments on traffic-calming ideas

A consultation period on traffic-calming proposals in Longhoughton is coming to an end – and there have been mixed views so far.

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Longhoughton

Longhoughton Parish Council round-up

Emerging plans to build a new leisure facility in Longhoughton are progressing.

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Latest news from Northumbria Police.

Woman seriously hurt after coming out of moving car

Police are appealing for information after a woman was found injured on the side of a busy road in Northumberland.

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Latest news from Northumbria Police.

Police investigate alleged rape of teenage girl

Police are appealing for information after an alleged rape in Newcastle.

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Oliver Shanks with mum Alexandra Quennell and dad Anthony Shanks.

Money raised for hospital unit which has helped Oliver

More than £2,000 has been raised for a hospital unit which has helped a brave little boy on numerous occasions.

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WATCH: Pupils in Spain for filming of musical project

A group of Alnwick pupils was in Spain earlier this month as the first stop of a European tour to meet their partners in an exciting musical project.

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Holy Island causeway

Pair rescued from stranded car on Holy Island causeway

Two more people have been helped to safety after getting stuck on Holy Island’s tidal causeway.

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Men of 1st Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, after the attack on St Eloi,  March 27, 1916.

The Great War in the voices of the people

A new book which captures the experiences of the people of Northumberland and Tyneside during the First World War in their own words has been published this month.

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Dr David Gill

Belford GP to retire in April after 35 years

A GP at Belford Medical Practice, who has been there since the summer of 1982, has decided to hang up his stethoscope and retire from the practice at the end of April.

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Clock change reminder

Remember: Clocks spring forward tonight

Tonight marks the start of British Summer Time and clocks will go forward by one hour – meaning that there’s more daylight in the evenings and less in the mornings.

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Penny Blackmore, Susan Green and Carolyn Taylor.

Alnmouth to serve up inaugural Food Fest

A north Northumberland seaside village which has been showcasing artists for years is now letting food producers in on the act.

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Alnmouth to serve up inaugural Food Fest

A north Northumberland seaside village which has been showcasing artists for years is now letting food producers in on the act.

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