Northumberland Gazette

Mum of killed travel agent Cassie speaks of her utter heartache

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Bill Foote at the Alnwick Remembrance parade in 2012.

‘A gentleman of the old school’

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George Nixon

A fond farewell to true hero of the Coquet Valley

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Coastguard is on the look out for recruits

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Data reveals performance of 7-year-olds

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Range of views on tackling bus station

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Calls made for improved local rail services

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Northumberland County Council is marking Holocaust Memorial Day.

Northumberland remembers victims of the Holocaust

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Clive Gray, chief executive of Blyth Tall Ship project.

Crews sought for Antarctica voyage

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Druridge Bay parkrun

Druridge Bay parkrun cancelled

Sport

Alnwick pile up the points with home win over Bridlington

Sport

Smith nets treble as basement Town are downed by Durham

Football

Harrier Ian sets new PB in Brass Monkey half marathon at York

Sport

Housebuilder’s help for schools and club

News

WATCH: Northumberland horse-racing yard celebrates expansion

News

Alnwick kick off 2018 with a convincing away win in league

Sport

Harriers’ U13 girls maintain their lead in the NE X-Country

Sport
A WHOPPER: The Big Big Camera will be at The National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield.

How Ian Beesley used one of the world’s biggest cameras to take intimate portraits of former miners

Arts
Jane Lovett

Get ahead with Jane’s book

Arts
Author and politician Chris Mullin will give a talk at Barter Books on Monday, January 22 at 7.30pm.. His new book, Hinterland, is a memoir containing references to his whole life, but as a reviewer wrote: "an unusual and sometimes inspiring one, written by an unusually fearless politician". More details below.

What’s on in north Northumberland - January 18 - January 25

Whats on
Jane Lovett

Get ahead with Jane’s book

Arts